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    What’s The Deal With UEFI?

    It seems like there are two camps, the small group of people who care about UEFI and everyone else who doesn’t really notice or care as long as their computer …read more [...]

    Watch Blender Plugin Make Animated PCB Traces (and More)

    [Staacks]’s Blender plugin to animate growth is behind the sweet animation seen above. It’s an add-on that cleverly makes creating slick growth animations easier when using Blender. It isn’t limited …read more [...]

    Linux Fu: The Ultimate Dual Boot Laptop?

    I must confess, that I try not to run Windows any more than absolutely necessary. But for many reasons, it is occasionally necessary. In particular, I have had several laptops …read more [...]

    Buy A Piece Of The Pi?

    The various companies and organisations that supply our community have achieved differing levels of success, with some staying as kitchen-table operations and others reaching the giddy heights of multinational commerce. …read more [...]

    A Super Speedy Lightweight Lossless Compression Algorithm

    [Dominic Szablewski] was tinkering around with compressing RGB images, when he stumbled upon idea of how to make a simple lossless compression algorithm, resulting in the Quite OK Image Format, …read more [...]

    Procurement officials announce initial contract awards to cloud leaders AWS and Microsoft, with more vendors possible. The post DoD Shifts Gears, Goes Multi-Cloud appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    WeEn Technology Answers the Call for Higher Efficiency

    The power we use to run electrical appliances, satiate our growing obsession with generating, processing and consuming data, and support mobility for work and pleasure comes at the cost of a trade-off with the habitable environment. As the effects of this unwelcome exchange become increasingly immediate, government and industry alike are responding with regulations and […] The post WeEn Technology Answers the Call for Higher Efficiency appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    How Ferri products offer secure and reliable data storage for gaming equipment

    All around the world, liberalization of the laws governing gambling and betting have spurred rapid growth in the market for gaming equipment. The casino business is booming, and this is driving demand not only for gaming machines themselves – slot machines, table games, and amusement and arcade games – but for the associated equipment required […] The post How Ferri products offer secure and reliable data storage for gaming equipment appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    The agreement ends a long-running IP theft feud that also involved technology transfers to a Chinese chipmaker. The post Micron, UMC Settle Patent Infringement Complaints appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    Micron’s LPDDR5X based on its 1-alpha node reduces power consumption on several fronts. The post Low-Power DDR Gets Lower appeared first on EETimes. [...]

    Researchers have developed an ionic artificial vision device capable of increasing the edge contrast between the darker and lighter areas of an mage in a manner similar to that of human vision. This first-ever synthetic mimicry of human optical illusions was achieved using ionic migration and interaction within solids. It may be possible to use the device to develop compact, energy-efficient visual sensing and image processing hardware systems capable of processing analog signals. [...]

    Researchers describe a revolutionary imaging technology that compresses lamp light into a nanometer-sized spot. It holds that light at the end of a silver nanowire like a Hogwarts student practicing the 'Lumos' spell, and uses it to reveal previously invisible details, including colors, in nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes. [...]

    An international research team that synthesized a new ultrahard form of carbon glass with a wealth of potential practical applications for devices and electronics. It is the hardest known glass with the highest thermal conductivity among all glass materials. [...]

    Researchers categorize origami- and kirigami-based mechanical metamaterials, artificially engineered materials with unusual mechanical properties, and subdivided them into rigid or deformable categories based on the elastic energy landscape. The researchers want to discover new designs, especially curved origami designs, hybrid origami-kirigami designs, modular designs, and hierarchical designs; to design for real-world applications, it will be helpful to explore materials with different properties such as thin or thick, soft or hard, and elastic or plastic. [...]

    Engineers have invented a breakthrough optical phase modulator that controls visible light -- without dimming it -- with the smallest footprint and lowest power consumption. New device will improve LIDAR for remote sensing, AR/VR goggles, quantum information processing chips, implantable optogenetic probes, and more. [...]

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    Smiths Interconnect has created the Intercompact series, a signal + Ethernet PCB connector qualified for demanding rail and industrial applications. The series has PCB-to-PCB and floating mount rack and panel parts, with bodies made from liquid crystal polymer. There are 60 and 41 way signal configurations with ‘Hypertac’ hyperboloid contacts. Described as compact, face-on the connectors ... This story continues at PCB Ethernet connector for rail and industrial use Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    TouchNetix has got automotive AEC-Q100-6 qualification for its AX112 touch controller IC, which also includes hover sensing, force sensing and the control of haptic response. “Touchscreens based on the AX112 can support features such as pre-select, zoom-on-approach, dial-on-display and integrated haptic feedback without the need for additional hardware,” said the company. It “also supports the operation ... This story continues at Touch control ICs for harsh electrical environments get automotive approval Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Analog Devices has introduced a evaluation kit for people-counting using one of its DSPs. In a case and designed to be attached to a ceiling looking straight down, the kit includes a camera and everything needed to get the counted data to the cloud. Its main ingredients are a particular DSP from its Blackfin range, ... This story continues at Complete camera-to-cloud people counting eval kit Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Digi-Key Electronics and Truphone, a connectivity and SIM software specialist, are hosting a webinar to showcase eSIM technology and how it can help IoT devices connect more quickly and efficiently. The free virtual webinar, entitled ‘Why is Cellular connectivity so important to IoT?‘, will be held on Wednesday 8 December at 5pm GMT (11 am ... This story continues at Webinar: Digi-Key, Truphone talk eSIM technology for IoT Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    The Space to Connect 2022 event, which is hosted by the UK Space Agency (UKSA), has opened for registrations. Aimed at the UK space sector, it’s a free to attend event on Tuesday 1 February 2022. The location is the QEII Centre in central London, opposite Westminster Abbey. Exhibition stands will provide the opportunity for ... This story continues at Space to Connect 2022 opens for registrations Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

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    Texas Instruments to begin construction next year on new 300-mm semiconductor wafer fabrication plants

    Investment in long-term manufacturing capacity further extends the company's cost advantage and provides greater control of supply chain [...]

    New buck/boost converter maintains industry's lowest IQ while integrating supercapacitor charging

    Engineers can extend battery life by up to 20% in low-power industrial applications with new DC/DC converter from TI [...]

    TI reports third quarter 2021 financial results and shareholder returns

    Conference call on TI website at 3:30 p.m. Central time today www.ti.com/ir [...]

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    Smiths Interconnect has created the Intercompact series, a signal + Ethernet PCB connector qualified for demanding rail and industrial applications. The series has PCB-to-PCB and floating mount rack and panel parts, with bodies made from liquid crystal polymer. There are 60 and 41 way signal configurations with ‘Hypertac’ hyperboloid contacts. Described as compact, face-on the connectors ... This story continues at PCB Ethernet connector for rail and industrial use Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    TouchNetix has got automotive AEC-Q100-6 qualification for its AX112 touch controller IC, which also includes hover sensing, force sensing and the control of haptic response. “Touchscreens based on the AX112 can support features such as pre-select, zoom-on-approach, dial-on-display and integrated haptic feedback without the need for additional hardware,” said the company. It “also supports the operation ... This story continues at Touch control ICs for harsh electrical environments get automotive approval Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Analog Devices has introduced a evaluation kit for people-counting using one of its DSPs. In a case and designed to be attached to a ceiling looking straight down, the kit includes a camera and everything needed to get the counted data to the cloud. Its main ingredients are a particular DSP from its Blackfin range, ... This story continues at Complete camera-to-cloud people counting eval kit Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Digi-Key Electronics and Truphone, a connectivity and SIM software specialist, are hosting a webinar to showcase eSIM technology and how it can help IoT devices connect more quickly and efficiently. The free virtual webinar, entitled ‘Why is Cellular connectivity so important to IoT?‘, will be held on Wednesday 8 December at 5pm GMT (11 am ... This story continues at Webinar: Digi-Key, Truphone talk eSIM technology for IoT Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    Onsemi has introduced a Bluetooth wireless microcontroller, which has topped the charts on two of EEMBC’s benchmarks. Dubbed RSL15, it has Arm’s secured Cortex-M33 processor running at 48MHz, plus Bluetooth Low Energy 5.2 wireless. “RSL15 was certified by the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium,” said Onsemi. “The ULPMark CoreMark measures the energy efficiency of microcontrollers used in ... This story continues at Onsemi’s Bluetooth MCU scores high on low power Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly [...]

    IAR Systems and Codasip collaborate to enable low-power RISC-V based applications

    The professional development tools IAR Embedded Workbench for RISC-V now support Codasip’s low-power embedded processors Uppsala, Sweden and Munich, Germany - 30 November 2021- IAR Systems®, the world leader in software tools and services for embedded development, and Codasip, the leading supplier of customizable RISC-V processor IP, today announced their partnership enabling joint customers to build low-power embedded applications based on RISC-V. Following this, version 2.11 of IAR Embedded Workbench® for RISC-V now supports the... Source: RealWire [...]

    Codasip Adopts Imperas for RISC-V Processor Verification

    Oxford, United Kingdom & Munich, Germany – 22 November 2021 – Imperas Software Ltd., the leader in verification solutions for RISC-V, and Codasip, the leader in customizable RISC-V processor IP, today announced that Codasip has adopted Imperas reference designs and the Imperas DV solution for Codasip IP. Codasip has invested heavily into processor verification to deliver the industry’s highest quality RISC-V processors. Codasip has included Imperas golden reference models in its DV testbenches to ensure... Source: RealWire [...]

    Small Cell Forum launches new 5G FAPI specs to align with 3GPP Rel-16 features and introduces MU/Massive-MIMO support

    Latest SCF 5G FAPI specifications target key 3GPP features, market performance requirements, and support Open RAN evolution London, UK, 11 November 2021 – Small Cell Forum (SCF) today announced the release of its updated 5G FAPI PHY specifications. The specifications are used in millions of the world’s system-on-a-chip (SoC) small cells – and can now be applied to macro cells as well. FAPI is a common standard agreed between chipset and component suppliers and mobile... Source: RealWire [...]

    Codasip Expands Ecosystem with XtremeEDA

    Design Partner Supports Full Codasip Portfolio Munich Germany, 4 November 2021 – Codasip, the leading supplier of customizable RISC-V processor IP, today announced that it has signed XtremeEDA - a Design and Functional Verification services to the ASIC, SoC, and FPGA hardware industry - as a Codasip Certified Design Services Company. This means it will enlarge the experienced engineering resources available to support Codasip customers with their custom RISC-V processor designs. The dedicated Codasip team... Source: RealWire [...]

    Codasip appoints Brett Cline to drive company growth worldwide

    Munich Germany, 2nd November 2021 – Codasip, the leading supplier of customizable RISC-V processor IP, today announced the company has made a senior appointment to boost its global sales effort, with electronics industry veteran Brett Cline appointed as the company’s first Chief Revenue Officer. Cline will help build the global demand and strategic customer relationships for Codasip’s custom RISC-V processor cores and its Studio™ tools. Cline joins Codasip to head-up the experienced and increasingly global... Source: RealWire [...]

    IAR Systems and Codasip collaborate to enable low-power RISC-V based applications

    The professional development tools IAR Embedded Workbench for RISC-V now support Codasip’s low-power embedded processors Uppsala, Sweden and Munich, Germany - 30 November 2021- IAR Systems®, the world leader in software tools and services for embedded development, and Codasip, the leading supplier of customizable RISC-V processor IP, today announced their partnership enabling joint customers to build low-power embedded applications based on RISC-V. Following this, version 2.11 of IAR Embedded Workbench® for RISC-V now supports the... Source: RealWire [...]

    Codasip Adopts Imperas for RISC-V Processor Verification

    Oxford, United Kingdom & Munich, Germany – 22 November 2021 – Imperas Software Ltd., the leader in verification solutions for RISC-V, and Codasip, the leader in customizable RISC-V processor IP, today announced that Codasip has adopted Imperas reference designs and the Imperas DV solution for Codasip IP. Codasip has invested heavily into processor verification to deliver the industry’s highest quality RISC-V processors. Codasip has included Imperas golden reference models in its DV testbenches to ensure... Source: RealWire [...]

    Codasip Expands Ecosystem with XtremeEDA

    Design Partner Supports Full Codasip Portfolio Munich Germany, 4 November 2021 – Codasip, the leading supplier of customizable RISC-V processor IP, today announced that it has signed XtremeEDA - a Design and Functional Verification services to the ASIC, SoC, and FPGA hardware industry - as a Codasip Certified Design Services Company. This means it will enlarge the experienced engineering resources available to support Codasip customers with their custom RISC-V processor designs. The dedicated Codasip team... Source: RealWire [...]

    Codasip appoints Brett Cline to drive company growth worldwide

    Munich Germany, 2nd November 2021 – Codasip, the leading supplier of customizable RISC-V processor IP, today announced the company has made a senior appointment to boost its global sales effort, with electronics industry veteran Brett Cline appointed as the company’s first Chief Revenue Officer. Cline will help build the global demand and strategic customer relationships for Codasip’s custom RISC-V processor cores and its Studio™ tools. Cline joins Codasip to head-up the experienced and increasingly global... Source: RealWire [...]

    Zylpha Launches First Free Online Document Bundling System For All

    New Online Tool Set To Transform Entry Level of Legal Document Bundling Technology Leading UK legal systems innovator Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) has launched the first free online legal document bundling system. This enables legal practices of any size to create smaller court-compliant bundles completely free of charge, as many times as required. With a simple online interface, the system has been designed to be both extremely easy to use, yet readily upgradable to ‘paid plans’ should... Source: RealWire [...]