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posted in August 2006
Conduction-cooled COTS computer handles military's C4ISR
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8/31/2006   Post a comment
Need to hear them, find them, blast them? MIL board and systems supplier Mercury Computer Systems has a product that can work in development or deployed in military systems. Its PowerStream 6600 multi-computer runs 716 PowerPC FLOPS of performance in a conduction-cooled enclosure.
RTI teams with Concurrent on Navy BMD program
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8/28/2006   Post a comment
Real-Time Innovations Inc. has teamed with Concurrent Computer Corp. to meld RTI's middleware with Concurrent's RedHawk Linux for the U.S. Navy's Aegis Open Architecture program.
Watching Big Brother (sort of)
Automotive DesignLine Blog  
8/22/2006   Post a comment
Now motorists will know if their car is equipped with an Event Data Recorder that some OEMs have been installing to record crash data.
Tech Tutorial: LIN and SAE J2602 drive more efficient automotive networking: Part 2
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8/18/2006   Post a comment
The latest LIN specification and SAE practices reduce size and complexity of embedded software for in-vehicle sensor and actuator network applications. This part looks at three categories of LIN slave microcontrollers.
Tech Tutorial: LIN and SAE J2602 drive more efficient automotive networking: Part 1
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8/17/2006   Post a comment
The latest LIN specification and SAE practices reduce size and complexity of embedded software for in-vehicle sensor and actuator network applications. This part covers basics and LIN master nodes.
Cray inks $52M contract with DOE computing center
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8/10/2006   Post a comment
Cray Inc. has won a $52 million contract to install a next-generation supercomputer at the Department of Energy's National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC).
Build a PBX using Asterisk
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8/8/2006   Post a comment
Implementing an open-source-based PBX for home or office is easy. All it takes is a little hardware and the open source PBX package Asterisk sponsored by Digium.


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