Wireless & M2M News
GE Fanuc Introduces TranSphere Wireless for Automation     October 26, 2007

The solution reduces wiring and termination costs for device, machine, and controller connectivity.More>>

Freescale Expands Operations in China     October 26, 2007

The semiconductor vendor has opened a design center in Chengdu to complement its growing operations in Shanghai and Tianjin.More>>

ISA and HART Set Course for Integrating Their Wireless Standards     October 26, 2007

The approach will attempt to accommodate the HART 7 wireless protocol in release 1 of the ISA100.11a standard through a dual-gateway architecture.More>>

Ansoft Releases New Permanent Magnetic Material Library     October 25, 2007

The collection includes the property descriptions of more than 31 permanent magnet materials from Shin-Etsu Magnetics, which can be used with Maxwell electromagnetic-field simulation software.More>>

Aeris, Wireless Monitoring Solutions Partner for M2M     October 24, 2007

Companies partnering to provide GSM/GPRS network access for M2M and telematics applications.More>>

Planar Energy Devices Secures $4 Million Venture Funding     October 23, 2007

Company is spun out of the U.S. DOE's National Renewable Energy Lab; will focus on next-gen thin-film lithium batteries.More>>

Crossbow Announces Internet Gateway for Wireless Sensors     October 23, 2007

The Stargate Netbridge has built-in embedded applications to provide easy access to wireless sensor data from any browser.More>>

G2 Microsystems Innovates With Cadence     October 23, 2007

Common power format-based integrated flow enables G2 Microsystems to deliver ultra low-power Wi-Fi SoC for mobile tracking.More>>

Quickfilter IC Chosen for Oceana Wireless Sensor Module     October 22, 2007

The Quickfilter 4-channel QF4A512 increases Oceana's wireless sensor module efficiency, speed by relieving onboard processor of digital filtering computational requirements.More>>

Certicom Opens Crypto Design Center in Silicon Valley     October 22, 2007

World class cryptographers and chip designers team up at Scotts Valley Design Center to develop hardware-based cryptographic technologies.More>>











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