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ATP Introduces advancedMLC (aMLC) Technology     July 29, 2014

ATP introduces its latest technology, advancedMLC, also known as aMLC. Developed by ATP, aMLC is an advanced firmware technology uniquely implemented onto ATP's NAND Flash products to vastly improve the endurance and performance of these storage devices while using mainstream MLC NAND to provide...More>>

NI System-on-Module (SOM) Technology to Play a Critical Role in Shaping the Future of Embedded Design     July 17, 2014

National Instruments has introduced theNI SOM. The first global product launched from India, with NI introducing a major transformation in embedded technology for the world, the NI SOM combines the Xilinx Zynq All Programmable system on a chip (SoC) with supporting components such as memory on a...More>>

Get the Next Unit of Computing with the Intel NUC With Intel Atom E3815     July 14, 2014

Mouser Electronics, Inc. is now shipping the Intel® NUC with Intel® Atom™ processor E3815 Board and Kit. More>>

Embedded Systems Designers Gain Low-cost Prototyping Platform from New Raspberry Pi Compute Module Development Kit     June 18, 2014

RS Components has announced availability of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module, the latest product to emerge from the Raspberry Pi Foundation's development team. More>>

Synopsys Unveils Industry's First Complete PCI Express 4.0 IP Solution     May 23, 2014

Synopsys, Inc. introduces the industry's first complete PCI Express 4.0 IP solution, consisting of DesignWare PHY, controllers and verification IP (VIP) targeting enterprise computing applications such as servers, networking, storage systems and solid state drives (SSDs). More>>

Arduino and Atmel Unveil the Arduino Zero     May 15, 2014

Arduino LLC and Atmel Corporation announced the latest development board, Arduino Zero. More>>

A3CUBE partners with FCI to provide a commercial solution for PCIe over standard optical cable     May 13, 2014

A3CUBE introduces RONNIEE 2S, a Network Interface Card that can transmit four PCIe signals at 20Gb/s on standard Active Optical Cables (AOCs) with improved scalability and power efficiency over conventional solutions.More>>

Fujitsu Unveils ETERNUS DX200F All-Flash Storage Array     May 12, 2014

Fujitsu, the leading information and communication technology (ICT) company, today announced the launch of the FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS DX200F, an all-Flash storage array that provides high-performance storage I/O for entry-level to Fortune 1000 enterprise customers.More>>

Faraday Delivers a Complete Set of UMC 28nm Cell Libraries and Memory Compilers     April 16, 2014

Faraday Technology Corporation announced the availability of its complete set of cell libraries and memory compilers in UMC 28nm HPM (High Performance for Mobile) and HLP (High-Performance Low Power) processes. Faraday's complete set of 28nm solutions satisfies a wide range of application market...More>>

Xilinx's DDR4 Memory Solution for UltraScale Devices Completes Agilent N6462A Compliance Test Running at 2400 Mb/s     April 14, 2014

Xilinx, Inc. and Agilent Technologies Inc. announced Xilinx's DDR4 memory solution for UltraScale™ devices has completed the Agilent N6462A compliance test running at 2400 Mb/s. As defined by the JEDEC JESD79-4 DDR4 DRAM specification, the Agilent N6462A DDR4 compliance test enables early...More>>

Skyera COO Takes a Look at the History of Flash Memory Technology     March 28, 2014

Skyera COO Takes a Look at the History of Flash Memory TechnologyMore>>













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