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posted in September 2010
Continua expands specs, adds Microsoft
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9/28/2010   3 comments
The Continua Health Alliance has expanded its suite of design guidelines with new personal and wide-area wireless interfaces for home health systems and added Microsoft Corp. as a member.
AUTOSAR OS measures task execution times
Design How-To  
9/27/2010   46 comments
Design tool not only does task and interrupt-timing analysis but determines runtime conflicts as well.
New Intel Atom is all about embedded
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9/23/2010   Post a comment
Kenton Williston reviews the new Atom E6xx processor.
Best of Intel Developer Forum (IDF)
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9/23/2010   Post a comment
Kenton Williston offers his view of the best of the Intel Developer Forum.
Operators mull own OS to fight Google, Apple
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9/17/2010   16 comments
The CEO of mobile service provider France Telecom-Orange has reportedly invited Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica to discuss ways to compete with Google and Apple.
Microsoft to discuss many-core OS at Intel event
Research  
9/16/2010   14 comments
A researcher from Microsoft is due to present an operating system that has been written to cope with the scaling of cores in processor chips, at the Intel European Research and Innovation Conference (Intel-ERIC) being held in Germany Sept. 21 and 22.
The Embedded Treasure Map for IDF 2010
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9/15/2010   Post a comment
Intel's Eric Mantion offers an overview of some of the Embedded events happening at the Intel Developer Forum.
Opinion: Convergence favors ARM's client-to-server play
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9/10/2010   12 comments
Peter Clarke looks at whether the A15 processor core can help ARM break into PC applications. He points out that client and server needs are converging while A15 is not one processor but a broad set of potentialities. "Hey guys, this could work."
VirtualLogix shows TI support for A15 hypervisor
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9/9/2010   Post a comment
VirtualLogix Inc., now part of Red Bend Software Inc., has said it can integrate its VLX virtualization software with the Cortex A15 processor core, previously known as Eagle.
Do we need an international EDA roadmap?
Design How-To  
9/7/2010   1 comment
When asked if the EDA industry has a roadmap, Joseph Borel, ex-executive vice president in central R&D at STMicroelectronics NV (Switzerland, Geneva), answers affirmatively as Europe continually renews the Medea+ EDA roadmap. The real question should however be: Does the EDA industry need an international roadmap?
In-vehicle Internet grows slow and steady
Blog  
9/2/2010   13 comments
The popularity of smart phone apps is driving demand for in-vehicle Internet connectivity.


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