EDA News – 2006.08.29

  • ITOX Introduces G5C100-N-G Dual-Core Mini-ITX Motherboard
    ITOX, a leading provider of embedded x86 products, today announced the introduction of its Mini-ITX motherboard supporting Intel(R) dual-core processors into its long-life product line. The company’s new G5C100-N-G Mini-ITX motherboard utilizes the Mobile Intel(R) 945GM Express chipset supported under Intel’s Embedded Architecture program, and accepts a wide performance-range of Intel mPGA 479 packaged processors. This includes the Intel(R) Core(TM) Duo processor featuring dual-core architecture, Intel(R) Core(TM) Solo processor, Intel(R) Celeron(R) M processor and Intel(R) Celeron(R) M ULV processor.
  • AdvancedIO Releases 10GbE V1020 Intelligent XMC Module with PCIe Support
    AdvancedIO Systems, Inc., the market leader in configurable, 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) connectivity and packet processing solutions for the embedded computing market, announced the release of the V1020 Intelligent XMC Module, AdvancedIO’s next generation 10GbE module with PCI Express(R) (PCIe) support. Building on the success of the V1010 module, the V1020 is the industry’s first intelligent XMC mezzanine module that offers the advantages of PCIe, including greater system scalability, bandwidth and ease of programmability.
  • Mercury Unveils PowerStream 6600 COTS System with 716 PowerPC GFLOPS
    Mercury Computer Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY) announced the breakthrough PowerStream(R) 6600 multicomputer, with 716 PowerPC GFLOPS of compute performance in a conduction-cooled enclosure, to enable powerful sensor computing on the move.
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  • Tata Elxsi Joins IPFlex DAPDNA Partner Program
    IPFlex Inc. today announced that Tata Elxsi, one of the largest product design services firms, has joined the DAPDNA Partner Program. Headquartered in Bangalore, with over 20 offices around the world and more than 2000 engineers in its four global design centers in India, Tata Elxsi will offer DAPDNA based solutions to its vast array of customers. The DAPDNA Partner Program aims to create valuable, first-to-market products using a dynamically reconfigurable processor (henceforth referred to as DRP) platform.
  • SDC Systems to Exhibit at Military and Aerospace Electronics Show
    SDC Systems, the European distributor of leading edge embedded development technologies have announced that they will be at the forthcoming Military and Aerospace Electronics exhibition to be held at Ascot, UK on the 26th September.
  • IMEC Installs World’s First Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) Alpha Demo Tool
    IMEC, Europe’s leading independent nanoelectronics and nanotechnology research institute, has started the installation of the world’s first extreme ultraviolet (EUV) Alpha Demo Tool (ADT), developed by ASML Holding NV (ASML), on August 16 at 7am CET. Since then, the installation of the industry’s first full field EUV system in IMEC’s 300mm clean room runs at full speed in close collaboration with ASML researchers.
  • Aeroflex Adds TETRA Energy Economy Mode to Radio Test Sets
    Aeroflex has announced the availability of its new TETRA Energy Economy Mode (EEM) option for the popular Aeroflex 3900 Series of analog and digital radio test sets. The new TETRA EEM option enables more flexible battery-life testing for developers, operators and users of TETRA hand-held mobile radios who need to prove their design and quantify or qualify battery-life performance claims.
  • Kontron Names Jürgen Grabow as New VP of Sales EMEA
    Effective September 1, 2006, Jürgen Grabow (42) is the new Vice President of Sales EMEA at Kontron AG. A Certified Engineer, Jürgen Grabow studied electrical engineering at the RWTH in Aachen, Germany, and then initially worked in sales and product management of electronic measurement technology and industrial computers. Since 2005, he has been responsible for sales in Central Europe at Kontron.
  • DVS Digital Video Systems Showcases DVS-SAN at IBC
    At IBC, DVS exhibits its premium DI storage DVS-SAN at booth 7.421. From September 8th until September 12th the IBC visitors can see the benefits of the new DVS-SAN components for themselves in a live demonstration. The focus of the SAN development lies in the combined operation of real-time and non-real-time applications.