Express Logic announced the integration of the ?SSL Security Stack from Cypherbridge Systems, a standards-based solution for chip-to-chip and chip-to-server interoperabilty across wired and wireless networks.
Here's a demo of an NXP motor control development platform at the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference in Boston
Green Hills Software today announced operating system, middleware and multicore development tool support for NetLogic Microsystems’ industry-leading XLP family of multicore, multi-threaded processors. Green Hills Software’s comprehensive portfolio of optimized software solutions...
Dell shows off its first targeted entry into the industrial computing space at the 2010 Boston Embedded Systems Conference.
Microchip Technology Inc. today announced the 8-bit PIC18F87J72 microcontroller (MCU) family for single-phase, multi-function smart-metering and energy-monitoring applications. Featuring a dual-channel, high-performance 16-/24-bit Analog Front End (AFE)...
Connect Tech is pleased to introduce the Xtreme/CPU – PCI/104-Express processor module. Xtreme/CPU is the first PCI/104-Express processor module to incorporate industry standard Qseven modules.
LDRA has released a newly revamped TBmanager, V8.4. TBmanager serves as a task-based interface to the LDRA tool suite, creating a common user experience among the LDRA modules.
The future display market - as flat as possible, energy-efficient and high-resolution - will be showcased at electronica 2010 from November 9-12, 2010, the world's leading trade show for components, systems and applications.
With ongoing interest in micro fuel cell development, what are some of the more promising technologies for portable power applications? Darnell’s Power Forum will highlight a number of trends in the “alternative” energy storage market.
Power supply technologies are often synergistic, and the success of one can be dependent on the success of another.
What will be the most important driver for the power electronics industry in the next few years: Architectures? Topologies? Materials? Applications? This is a hotly debated question that has no clear answers...
Wind power and photovoltaics get plenty of publicity, but how are the implementations taking place? Darnell’s Power Forum will feature several papers that look at some innovative applications in the alternative energy space.
Darnell’s Power Forum (DPF ’10) has expanded its focus to include the latest developments on GaN power devices, the Smart Grid, Energy Harvesting and Digital Power.
Power electronics technologies are undergoing a more rapid evolution today than at any time in the past 30 years, including new system-on-chip packaging solutions.
Siemens Industry Sector is showcasing the latest energy-efficient technologies for energy management at the SPS/IPC/Drives exhibition in Nuremberg.
Are there still opportunities where digital is not being exploited to its full benefit? Yes, and Darnell’s Power Forum is where these opportunities will be discussed. It’s no longer about what digital can do, but changing application demands.
Like most emerging technologies, energy harvesting is evolving to meet certain needs in specific applications. Even though some of this has already been established, challenges still remain that enterprising companies can take advantage of.
Will enhancement mode GaN transistors (eGaN) replace power MOSFET/IGBTs in power management applications? Alex Lidow, CEO of Efficient Power Conversion, believes it will and will explain why at Darnell’s Power Forum ’10.
Everyone in the power supply community wants to know power implications of the Smart Grid, but not much has been agreed upon. Darnell’s Power Forum ’10 will bring some clarity to this question with a session on “Enabling the Smart Grid”.
The International PV Equipment Association (IPVEA), an independent, non-profit organization of manufacturers and suppliers of photovoltaic (PV) fabrication equipment and related raw materials, announces that it will demonstrate the PV Matrix, an innovative new solar supply chain tool...
Darnell's Power Forum (DPF) is an exciting new event that builds on the success of the Digital Power Forum and the nanoPower Forum.
electronica 2010 will showcase a world first in medical electronics: a prosthetic leg that moves in response to the wearer's thoughts.
Automotive electro-mobility, one of the hottest automotive topics today, will be a central focus of the upcoming electronica show, which will take place from November 9 to 12, 2010 in Munich, Germany.
The initial program has been announced for the 2010 edition of Darnell’s Power Forum (DPF ’10). DPF ’10 will be held September 13-15 in Chicago.