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Small Tree signs Mac OS X deal with Foundry
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7/31/2006   Post a comment
Small Tree Communications Inc. has gained another partner in marketing networking solutions to the Macintosh OS X community.
Simulation-based design integration improves hybrid vehicle reliability
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7/31/2006   Post a comment
Because of integration requirements, hybrid vehicles are among the most complex systems to design, manufacture, and maintain. Robust-Design methodology provides the framework to design reliable hybrid vehicle systems.
Atmel, Tundra team on interconnects
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7/26/2006   Post a comment
Semiconductor suppliers Atmel Corp. and Tundra Semiconductor Corp. have made an agreement enabling Atmel to deliver leading-edge system interconnect products to the extended-reliability markets.
Motorola teams with Indian software firm
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7/26/2006   Post a comment
Motorola Inc. has entered a joint venture with the Pune, India-based software services provider Tech Mahindra Ltd., the second joint venture company Motorola has announced in two days. The venture is to be called CanvasM and will be based in Noida near New Delhi.
Samsung flash disk aims to boost Vista performance
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7/26/2006   Post a comment
Samsung Electronics said its 4-Gb solid state disk will serve as a high-speed NAND flash cache for notebooks and PCs running Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system.
Efficient testing ensures requirements traceability and verification: Part 1
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7/21/2006   Post a comment
Requirements-based testing integrates requirements with automotive electronics hardware and software testing to streamline development and cut costs.
Microsoft highlights embedded gains
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7/21/2006   Post a comment
Despite declining quarterly profits linked to legal costs, Microsoft Corp. said it made gains during its fourth quarter in the embedded market.
VME/VXS open-standards boards pack Intel CoreDuo processor
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7/20/2006   Post a comment
A family of RoHS-compliant processor boards feature the latest dual-core processors from Intel's embedded roadmap. The boards run 1.66-GHz Core Duo L2400 processors and 2-GHz Core Duo T2500 processors. A VXS VITA 41.3 switched serial standard is optionally supported.
India's Mistral plans U.S. design center
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7/18/2006   Post a comment
Embedded software provider Mistral said it will open a design center in the U.S. this year and in the Asia-Pacific region in 2007.
Georgia Tech preps personal robots for computer science students
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7/13/2006   Post a comment
A new academic group at Georgia Institute of Technology will design personal robots for use in education, claiming that robotics is about to enter the equivalent of the PC era in computing.
Nucleus FILE supports coexisting multiple file formats, device drivers
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7/12/2006   Post a comment
Mentor Graphics has upgraded its Nucleus file management software to include support for coexisting multiple file system formats and device drivers using the same application programming interfaces (APIs).
European regulators set to get tough with Microsoft
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7/4/2006   Post a comment
The European Commission is poised to find Microsoft guilty of violating antitrust rules and take action against the software giant for not complying with a 2004 ruling. Reports suggest Microsoft is likely to face fines of up to Euros 2 million a day for non-compliance.
Software Standardization vs. choice
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7/3/2006   Post a comment
John Carbone of Express Logic thinks embedded design needs the enterprise level perspective of DSO.


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