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1U server targets Web apps
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CPCI system meets Nebs
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1-Mbit QuadPort RAM devices feature increased bandwidth
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Cypress Semiconductor will ship 1-Mbit QuadPort RAM devices for applications in the wide-area and storage-attached networking markets. The synchronous devices were developed in partnership with storage systems vendor EMC Corp.
UMC to foundry wireless transceiver for NSC
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4/16/2001   Post a comment
National Scientific Corp. will use United Microelectronics Corp. as its foundry for a new family of wireless transceivers that target the Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) industry.
Mercury expands to CPCI
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Rabbit adds core modules
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CPCI carrier cards for PMC
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DIN-rail switchers tap industrial apps
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Absopulse's DIN-rail mount PFC 53 series of 240-watt switchers (at 220-Vac input; 200 W at 110-Vac in) meet the power-factor-corrected requirements for industrial applications.
Chip developers continue to push integration envelope
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Chip vendors among the nearly 350 exhibitors at the Embedded Systems Conference here this week will take the wraps off system-on-chip (SoC) devices, microcontrollers (MCUs), digital signal processors (DSPs) and communications circuits that pack more functionality into smaller packages than previously possible.

Drones are, in essence, flying autonomous vehicles. Pros & cons surrounding drones today might well foreshadow the debate over the development of self-driving cars. In the context of a strongly regulated aviation industry, "self-flying" drones pose a fresh challenge. How safe is it to fly drones in different environments? Should drones be required for visual line of sight, as are piloted airplanes? Is the technology advancing faster than we can answer the questions it poses? Panelists: Chad Sweet, Director of Engineering, Qualcomm; Yannick Levy, VP Corporate Business Development, Parrot; Jim Williams, ex-FAA drone chief; Michael Drobac, Exec. Director, Small UAV Coalition; Moderator: Junko Yoshida, Chief Int'l Correspondent, EE Times
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