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Embedded Computing Design's Rich Nass talks to Elodie Huang of Super Micro at Embedded World booth #3A-510.
The MAXREFDES104#, better known as the Health Sensor Platform 3.0, is Maxim Integrated’s third-generation wearable reference design for applications ranging from personal fitness to patient monitors.
Metcal's best-in-class range of hand soldering systems with adjustable temperature offer superior soldering conditions, improved end product and greater efficiency for light to heavy load applications
IQM Quantum Computers (IQM) announced that it has raised €39 M in Series A funding, bringing the total amount of funding raised to date to €71 M.
So, how do COM-HPC connectors enable 2,088 Gpbs/in2? To answer that question, we have to understand the basic design features of COM-HPC connectors and how they contribute to that metric.
High-speed interfaces and provisions that allow modules to host PCIe targets mean that COM-HPC can support compute architectures ranging from Arm to GPUs to FPGAs and more.
If today’s most efficient supercomputer, the NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD, would be scaled in size to deliver 1 exaflop of performance, it would consume 38 megawatts of power.
Winbond Electronics Corporation announced that its W75F Secure Flash memory device with Common Criteria EAL5+ certificate, has achieved the ISO26262 ASIL Grade D safety certification.
e-peas announced its AEM10941 power management IC (PMIC) has been designed into battery-less monitoring hardware from Xeelas.
The switching stage of the new PRBX ENR500D is based on a resonant topology, per the company, providing a high efficiency of 95% typical across the low to high load range.
To meet market demands, designers of autonomous cars will need to rely heavily on off-the-shelf technology. There simply isn’t the time to for OEMs to design everything in-house.
Designed to meet the modern requirements of mains-, 5V USB-, and battery-powered equipment
There are a range of inexpensive single-board computers on the market that can be used for electronic product development.
The new development kit highlights the flexibility of the MAX22515 IO-Link transceiver, all while configuring all modes of the MAX2200 software-configurable analog IO.
Infineon Technologies released the Connected home security evaluation kit with OPTIGA™ Trust M for Raspberry Pi.
TapNLink wins with secure, intuitive NFC 3-Stroke connection for mobiles that eases configuration of HVAC appliances and industrial equipment.
Boardcon released Allwinner H6 Platform Targets the Development of 4K HDR Set-Top Box.
InferX X1P1 PCIe board at $399-$499 brings datacenter class throughput to lower price point edge servers; InferX X1P4 in 2021 will increase throughput 4x
The TrueNAS Open Storage portfolio expanded with the TrueNAS R-Series storage systems and the TrueNAS SCALE Open Source HyperConverged Infrastructure (HCI) software.
The series provides workstation-grade computing capability and providing balance between reliability and power budget for applications of edge computing.
The two companies are developing and will jointly market 650V/50A and 1200V/10A industrial modules.