- Fujitsu to Unveil FlexRay Controller, GDCs, High-Speed 32-bit CAN MCUs
Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. (FMA) will introduce a new FlexRay(TM) controller and the latest member of its industry-leading family of graphics display controllers (GDCs) for vehicle navigation systems at Convergence 2006 in Detroit Oct. 16-20. Fujitsu also will announce a high-speed 32-bit CAN microcontroller for the automotive market. The company will hold a briefing on new products and technologies for the automotive market on Monday, Oct. 16, beginning at 11 a.m. in media room “A.” Fujitsu will be at booth 819.
- TI Designs High Voltage-Input LDO Regulators for Harsh Environments
Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) today introduced a family of high voltage-input low-dropout (LDO) linear regulators designed to withstand the requirements for harsh operating environments. The new devices offer a wide input voltage range of up to 45 V, providing transient protection for applications such as automotive body controllers, instrument clusters, automotive audio and telematics.
- Exar Optimizes Power Layout with JupiterXT Power Network Synthesis
Synopsys, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNPS), a world leader in semiconductor design software, today announced that Exar Corporation (Nasdaq: EXAR), a leading provider of high-performance, mixed-signal silicon solutions for the worldwide communications infrastructure, has standardized on Synopsys’ JupiterXT(TM) design planner with Power Network Synthesis (PNS) capabilities to improve its power implementation flow. Using PNS capabilities, Exar designers create prototype power networks in the very first stages of design planning. The networks are automatically synthesized based on the design netlist and target die size, and are easily modified to explore many alternative implementations.
- Intel WiMAX Connection 2250 Supports Both Mobile and Fixed Networks
Accelerating the availability of broadband wireless access, Intel Corporation today announced the availability of the Intel(R) WiMAX Connection 2250, the company’s next-generation system-on-chip and its first designed to support mobile networks in addition to fixed networks.
- Encirq Makes Fierce 15 IPTV List
Encirq Corporation, the global leader in device data management and the creator of DeviceSQL(TM), announced today that it has been named to FierceIPTV’s first annual Fierce 15 list. This distinction honors Encirq as an emerging technology leader for the creation and delivery of IPTV products and services.
- TI Rolls Out 5 DSL Solutions with UR8 Residential Gateway Architecture
Texas Instruments Incorporated (NYSE:TXN) (TI) today announced the availability of five new xDSL solutions from its next-generation UR8 residential gateway (RG) family. Based on an advanced multimedia gateway processor, these platforms give manufacturers the flexibility to design RGs with multiple home networking options and variations of feature functionality, including enhanced voice capabilities and advanced video services, over all ADSL and VDSL2 standards.
- FKI Selects Aonix PERC VM for BOSS Material Handling Control System HMI
Aonix(R), the provider of the PERC(R) technologies for embedded Java(TM) developers, announced that FKI Logistex(R), a global leader in integrated material handling solutions, has selected the Aonix PERC Ultra virtual machine to implement the Human Machine Interface (HMI) of their BOSS(TM) material handling control system. The BOSS HMI provides its users with real-time system status, alarms and performance information. The standard BOSS HMI also includes extensive diagnostics, data collection/logging functions and productivity-monitoring tools to keep the system running at peak performance.
- Opengear Controls AC Power Outlets with Web Browser IP Power Switch
Opengear, a supplier of quality console server and remote management solutions, today released a new line of IP Power solutions with web browser control of AC power outlets. The IP Power 9258 strip has merged with Opengear’s award winning CM4000 and IM4200 gateways to enable system administrators, network managers and help desks to securely monitor and control all their servers, PCs, routers, switches and devices. Servers at distant branch offices and remote customer sites can be securely power cycled, while the out-of-band control allows firewalls and network infrastructure at these sites to be reconfigured and rebooted remotely.