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FPGA-accelerated POWER Systems with Coherent Shared Memory

Altera & IBM

FPGA-accelerated POWER Systems with Coherent Shared Memory

Altera unveiled an FPGA-based acceleration platform that coherently connects an FPGA to a POWER8 CPU leveraging IBM’s Coherent Accelerator Processor Interface (CAPI). lesen...

ATP to Present aMLC (advancedMLC) with PowerProtectorPlus Tchnology

electronica 2014

ATP to Present aMLC (advancedMLC) with PowerProtectorPlus Tchnology

aMLC with PowerProtectorPlus technology provides both high reliability and data integrity, suited for write intensive applications. lesen...

The Age of Algorithm and Data Protection as a Human Right

Editorial

The Age of Algorithm and Data Protection as a Human Right

A late morning in April 2017. The postman rings and says: “Hi, here’s the Amazon parcel you were going to order this afternoon…“ Science fiction? lesen...

Radar for Distance and Vibration Measurement with µm Accuracy

iSYS-5001

Radar for Distance and Vibration Measurement with µm Accuracy

Special liquid level sensors are of great importance especially for measuring levels in small containers. The radar system makes it possible to measure very exactly. lesen...

Nothing to lose – Efficiency to gain

John Palmour

Nothing to lose – Efficiency to gain

Cree CTO John Palmour is confident that SiC-based switches and diodes will continue to outperform incumbent technologies such as silicon, which should lead to broader adoption and further cost reductions. lesen...

New Material allows ultra-thin Solar Cells

Vienna

New Material allows ultra-thin Solar Cells

Scientists at the Vienna University of Technology have managed to combine two semiconductor materials, consisting of only three atomic layers each. This new structure holds great promise for solar cells. lesen...

Solver Enhancements enable Thermal Simulation for Electronics

Electronics Design

Solver Enhancements enable Thermal Simulation for Electronics

Future Facilities’ 6SigmaET enables engineers to evaluate the thermal performance of their products. Further steps are being made with Release 9 – the introduction of a new solver that speeds up simulation. lesen...

Five Considerations for Developing Secure Devices in the IoT

Firmware Architecture

Five Considerations for Developing Secure Devices in the IoT

There are several challenges for developers who want to build solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT). It is vital to take a few key considerations into account in order to build systems that are safe and secure. lesen...

The future of LEDs in automotive lighting

LED lighting

The future of LEDs in automotive lighting

Nothing is as ubiquitous and at the same time as challenging and varied as the lighting for motor vehicles. This has led to a steady stream of developments and new products – from matrix lamps to laser light. lesen...

Mobility for the fourth industrial Revolution

Packaging and Components

Mobility for the fourth industrial Revolution

Technological skills for the Industry 4.0 principle are also valuable for the automotive segment. Future vehicles will have several "4.0" capabilities – among them the ability of the car to control itself. lesen...

Encapsulation Solutions for flexible organic Electronic

Production Process

Encapsulation Solutions for flexible organic Electronic

OLEDs have unique advantages compared to LEDs for flexible large-area and semi-transparent light sources. However, it's biggest enemies are water and oxygen. Therefore OLEDs need to be encapsulated. lesen...

Semtech launches IoT revolution ecosystem with key partners at electronica

Long range wireless IoT

Semtech launches IoT revolution ecosystem with key partners at electronica

LoRa, a new IoT wireless network technology, will be demonstrated during electronica 2014 to show the capabilities and the potential of this long range technology. To see the Munich network in operation please visit Semtech, Microchip, Future, IMST or Avnet Memec during the exhibition. lesen...

Find your way to electronica

electronica 2014

Find your way to electronica

Every two years the electronics industry meets in Munich. But the way to the fairground can be tricky and cumbersome. Taxis are a rare commodity, the fare system of Munich's public transport is complicated – and a strike of Germany's train drivers looms. We tell you how to find your way. lesen...

The Light in a new Shape

OLED lighting

The Light in a new Shape

BMBF-funded joint project R2D2 will start in November 2014 aiming at the investigation of production-related processes and technologies for the manufacturing of flexible OLED. lesen...

Mobile diagnostic Laboratory for the Home

Sensor Platform

Mobile diagnostic Laboratory for the Home

Fraunhofer FIT demonstrates a mobile wireless system that monitors the health of elderly people in their own homes, using miniature sensors. Besides non-invasive sensors this platform integrates technology to take a blood sample and to determine specific markers in the patient's blood. lesen...

Expensive Software

Gastkommentar Jack Ganssle

Expensive Software

One wonders why we as an industry continue to flail around with poor practices that are ultimately expensive and even deadly, when there is a body of knowledge that is provably effective. lesen...

MPE adds ARM Support under Linux to its Forth Compiler

electronica 2014

MPE adds ARM Support under Linux to its Forth Compiler

Raspberry Pi and Beaglebone boards change the scenario in the Embedded Board World. As result of this customer requirement for software development, MPE – MicroProcessor Engineering has added ARM support under Linux with a new Forth Compiler, to support interactive progrogramming and incremental compiling. lesen...

Virtual Sensors render real Sensors almost obsolete

Industry 4.0

Virtual Sensors render real Sensors almost obsolete

Germany’s Industry 4.0 initiative aims to develop industrial machinery with built-in intelligence based on smart self-monitoring functions. A technology developed as part of the iMAIN project provides real-time online monitoring of unprecedented quality. The key components are virtual sensors and mathematical models. lesen...

How input Capacitance can filter your Signal

Hardware Specification

How input Capacitance can filter your Signal

Sometimes a small error has a great influence. In the following a capacitance falsify a measurement signal. The test engineers need to ensure that they have high confidence that the solution is robust. lesen...

Optimizing Energy Efficiency in Factory Production Systems

Automation

Optimizing Energy Efficiency in Factory Production Systems

The steep energy demand of electric motors forces legislative bodies and manufactures to support energy efficient systems. How can a motor drive ecosystem contribute to this industrial trend? lesen...

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How input Capacitance can filter your Signal

Hardware Specification

How input Capacitance can filter your Signal

03.11.14 - Sometimes a small error has a great influence. In the following a capacitance falsify a measurement signal. The test engineers need to ensure that they have high confidence that the solution is robust. lesen...

Passive Embedding for higher Performance and Reliability

Passive Components

Passive Embedding for higher Performance and Reliability

17.10.14 - The embedding and integration of passive components is making great advances. New miniaturized components designed specifically for embedding enable even more compact and reliable systems. lesen...

Optimizing Energy Efficiency in Factory Production Systems

Automation

Optimizing Energy Efficiency in Factory Production Systems

03.11.14 - The steep energy demand of electric motors forces legislative bodies and manufactures to support energy efficient systems. How can a motor drive ecosystem contribute to this industrial trend? lesen...

The future of LEDs in automotive lighting

LED lighting

The future of LEDs in automotive lighting

07.11.14 - Nothing is as ubiquitous and at the same time as challenging and varied as the lighting for motor vehicles. This has led to a steady stream of developments and new products – from matrix lamps to laser light. lesen...

Line camera makes magnetic field lines visible in 3D and real time

electronica 2014

Line camera makes magnetic field lines visible in 3D and real time

27.10.14 - Fraunhofer scientists have developed a high-resolution magnetic line camera to measure and visualize magnetic fields in real time. A prototype will be on display for the first time at electronica 2014 in Munich from November 11-14 (Hall A4 / Booth 113). lesen...

Trends and highlights for your bike

Eurobike

Trends and highlights for your bike

27.08.14 - Looking ahead to the 2015 model year, the e-bike market will continue to be dynamic, exciting and diverse. The fact that automotive supplier Brose recently celebrated the start of production of e-bike drives at its Berlin facility is also exemplary of an important trend in the e-bike segment. lesen...

Find your way to electronica

electronica 2014

Find your way to electronica

06.11.14 - Every two years the electronics industry meets in Munich. But the way to the fairground can be tricky and cumbersome. Taxis are a rare commodity, the fare system of Munich's public transport is complicated – and a strike of Germany's train drivers looms. We tell you how to find your way. lesen...

Expensive Software

Gastkommentar Jack Ganssle

Expensive Software

05.11.14 - One wonders why we as an industry continue to flail around with poor practices that are ultimately expensive and even deadly, when there is a body of knowledge that is provably effective. lesen...

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