- Emerson Network Power Implements Tundra Tsi568A Serial RapidIO Switch
Tundra Semiconductor Corporation (TSX: TUN), the leader in System Interconnect, today announced that Emerson Network Power’s (NYSE: EMR) new Embedded Computing business, formerly Artesyn Communication Products, has implemented Tundra’s industry-leading Tsi568A Serial RapidIO Switch into the Fat Pipe switch module in its new 12-slot MicroTCA development system, and is working with Tundra on a series of additional Serial RapidIO designs.
- SAMSUNG to Showcase 4th Generation Mobile Technology
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. announced its plan to demonstrate 4th Generation (4G) mobile technology at the annual Samsung 4G Forum in Jeju Island, Korea for the first time in the world. Demonstration will take place at the specially designed bus in mobile circumstances reaching 100 Mbps data transmission as well as at the display area inside forum venue to show speeds of 1Gbps of data transmission.
- Mistral Unveils WinCE 5.0 BSP for TI’s OMAP5912 Starter Kit
Helping Windows Embedded Operating System (OS) designers accelerate the development cycle for applications powered by Texas Instruments’ OMAP5912 dual-core processor, Mistral Software, a leading product realization company specializing in real-time embedded solutions, today announced the availability of their Accelerator Program Version 2.0 for TI’s OMAP5912 Starter Kit (OSK).
- OMRON Acquires NHK Spring’s Optical Communications Components Business
OMRON,a global leader in automation, sensing and control technologies, announced today that it has reached a preliminary agreement with NHK Spring Co., Ltd. to acquire NHK Spring’s FTTH optical coupler business. NHK Spring’s optical coupler business includes the component micro-fabrication technologies and film deposition technologies required to produce high-performance quartz optical waveguides, as well as the development, manufacture, and sale of optical coupler modules that incorporate these optical waveguides. NHK Spring is a top supplier of optical couplers in North America, with total sales of 1.3 billion yen in fiscal 2005.