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posted in November 2005
Australia's NICTA unveils secure embedded OS
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11/30/2005   Post a comment
The National ICT Australia (NICTA) laboratory has developed an advanced open source operating system (OS) that it thinks will increase the security, reliability, and trustworthiness of embedded systems.
Real-time Linux comes to AMD dual core 64-bit CPUs
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11/30/2005   Post a comment
FSMLabs has ported a version of its RTLinux to 64-bit the dual care AMD Opteron microprocessor capable of the single digit microsecond timing needed for many hard real time embedded applications.
Cab rides into the future of automotive infotainment
Design How-To  
11/23/2005   Post a comment
Advanced technology pops up when you sometimes least expect it. Here's what one EETimes editor found out about automotive infotainment developments one afternoon in Greece.
Software debugging drives DARPA winner
Design How-To  
11/18/2005   Post a comment
EXCLUSIVE: Engineer on the victorious Stanford team tells how it was done with tight resources--and, more importantly, the implications for consumer automobiles.
Opera takes AJAX mobile
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11/15/2005   Post a comment
Browser developer Opera Software has launched a software development kit designed to bring to mobile phones dynamic Web applications using Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX)-based technologies.
IEEE 1588 software brings precision clock synch to VxWorks, Windows
Product News  
11/15/2005   Post a comment
KUKA Controls has just released the beta version of its new IEEE 1588 software module which provides sub-100 microsecond time synchronization with other IEEE 1588 devices without the cost of adding dedicated hardware.
Transactional file system protects against power failures
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11/14/2005   Post a comment
Claiming a first, QNX Software Systems this week took the wraps off a fault-tolerant, embedded transactional file system (ETFS) for NAND flash memory devices desgined to protect against power failures and other catastrophic events.
Green Hills rolls secure file system
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11/8/2005   Post a comment
Green Hills Software Inc. described a secure file system that will complement its multiple independent levels of security operating system, company officials said.
Wyse, AMD join forces to bridge digital gap
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11/3/2005   Post a comment
Wyse Technology is collaborating with AMD to deliver thin computing products to emerging markets as part of the company’s Digital Inclusion program.


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