News – 2006.11.02

  • Embedded BIOS 2000 Supports Microsoft Windows Embedded CE 6.0
    SDC announced support for Microsoft’s newly released Windows Embedded CE 6.0 operating system with General Software’s Embedded BIOS(R) 2000, an OEM-configurable firmware layer that provides the essential functions needed by the operating systems as well as applications for PC-compatible embedded systems, consumer electronics, telecommunications and data communications devices, single board computers, point-of-sale terminals, kiosks, thin clients and pads, industrial automation devices, and other embedded devices.
  • Panasonic Eliminates Lead in Display Panel for All Plasma TVs
    Panasonic, the leading brand for which Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. is best known, has become the first company in the world to achieve the elimination of lead in Plasma Display Panels (PDPs) used as the central picture component in its Plasma TVs and Plasma Modules.
  • Barric Reveals New Brand After 20 years of Embedded Manufacturing
    UK contract electronics manufacturer, Barric, has undergone a complete new branding. With a new logo, website and advertising message, Barric are looking forward to the next stage in the company’s development. The new branding is intended to reflect Barric’s increasing expertise in manufacturing complex electronics and also the fact that in recent years they have become an international player in this market, with clients as far away as the US.
  • Encirq to Discuss Mobile Device Software Strategies at TV2Mobile
    Encirq Corporation, the global leader in device data management and the creator of DeviceSQL, today announced that Brian Gildon, senior technology strategist at Encirq, will discuss mobile device software strategies for delivering a premium mobile TV experience at the TV2Mobile ’06 Conference in Santa Clara, CA on November 2, 2006.
  • CebaTech Presents at ESL for FPGA Training, Joins Xilinx Alliance
    CebaTech Inc. today announced that it has joined the Xilinx Alliance Program. This program is designed to provide customers with total solutions, combining Xilinx programmable logic with key technologies from program members, including IP cores, EDA, DSP and embedded development tools, design services, board-level products, integrated circuits and electronic components.
  • Koning to Develop Cone Beam CT CAT Scanner with Mercury Computer Systems
    Mercury Computer Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY) announced a multi-unit/multi-year agreement to provide a wide range of solutions with Koning Corporation, a privately held company based in Rochester, New York. Koning Corporation, an innovator in medical imaging, is developing the next generation of CAT scanners called Cone Beam CT. The company’s first system for Breast and Extremities, soon to be introduced at RSNA 2006, offers high spatial and true isotropic resolution, to provide extensive diagnostic information compared to current methods.
  • Mercury Computer, BRIT Systems Partner on Medical Image Management
    Mercury Computer Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY) announced a partnership with BRIT Systems, a leading PACS/RIS company based in Dallas, Texas, for the integration and distribution of its image management system. The partnership between the companies paves the way for providing integrated high-end PACS systems, enabling a significantly faster radiological workflow and outstanding image quality for 2D, 3D and 4D data.
  • INtime RTOS Runs Side by Side in Asymmetric Multiprocessing
    TenAsys Corporation announces that the company’s INtime real-time operating system (RTOS) is in use by a large European industrial manufacturer in an asymmetric multiprocessing configuration. In this application, two copies of the INtime RTOS are being run, one on each core of the Intel(R) Core(TM) Duo processor. Each of the cores is running its own time-critical process; one core implements a real-time control system while the other performs time-critical signal processing.
  • Brainport Flanders Workshop Promotes Doing Research in Belgium
    Flanders Investment and Trade, a government agency that promotes business in the northern region of Belgium, today announced that they will host Brainport Flanders, a workshop aimed at researchers living and working in the United States. The workshop, to be held at Stanford University on November 11, will detail the practical aspects of identifying research programs to participate in, government incentives for visiting researchers, and the rewards of living abroad.