News – 2006.11.17

  • Realizing the Vision Software-Based Communications OMG Workshop
    The Object Management Group(TM) (OMG(TM)) today announced the program for its Software-Based Communications (SBC) Workshop: Realizing the Vision. The workshop, co-sponsored by Boeing and PrismTech will take place March 5-8, 2007 in Fairfax, VA, USA.
  • IAR Unveils PowerPac Middleware for Small Embedded Systems
    IAR Systems (STO:IAR) announces the launch of its new middleware family, IAR PowerPac, which is intended to complete the company’s product offering for the embedded systems developer. IAR PowerPac is a fully featured real-time operating system (RTOS) combined with a high performance file system.
  • NCT Enables Bluetooth Headsets, Mobile Phones for Extreme Environments
    UK voice technology company, NCT, has announced the release of a new software that will enable Bluetooth headsets and mobile phones to be used in extreme environments such as disco’s, football matches, motor racing circuits, construction sites and airports. NCT’s ClearSpeech Xtreme uses a special technique that uses two microphones, one to pick up the speech, the other to pick up ambient noise. Using the processing power of a digital signal processor (DSP), the noise is removed from the voice signal, enabling clear speech to be heard at the receiving end of the communication.
  • Lattice Integrates Verific HDL Component Software into ispLEVER
    Verific Design Automation announced that Lattice Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: LSCC) last month selected its hardware description language (HDL) Component Software to integrate into Lattice’s ispLEVER(R) 6.1 software design tool suite. Verific’s HDL Component Software — SystemVerilog, Verilog and VHDL parsers, analyzers and elaborators — is used for exploring, navigating, analyzing, documenting and modifying large FPGA designs within the ispLEVER design environment via Lattice’s new HDL Explorer(TM) capability.
  • Xyalis Offers Layout Finishing Tools with OASIS Support
    With files size explosion at 65nm and 45nm nodes, OASIS becomes a must have alternative for mask prep and layout finishing tasks. XYALIS is the first company to offer a complete suite of tools for layout finishing supporting the new OASIS standard.
  • Polycom HD Video Communications Platform Features TI Digital Processors
    Polycom, Inc. (NASDAQ: PLCM), the world’s leading provider of unified collaborative communications solutions, has harnessed multiple, high-performance digital media processors from Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) to deliver the Polycom(R) HDX 9000 series, a platform with broad flexibility and high performance to support video collaboration applications, including true high definition (HD).
  • Amplicon, QNX Partner for Integrated Industrial Control Solutions
    Amplicon has enhanced its range of embedded computing solutions by partnering with QNX Software Systems, a market leader in the design and supply of real-time operating system software, development tools, and services for embedded applications.
  • FDA Approves Visage PACS and Visage CS for Medical Image Management
    Mercury Computer Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY) announced that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted clearance to market Visage(TM) PACS and Visage CS (picture archiving and communications system and client server) products as medical devices in the United States.
  • Mercury Computer to Showcase Visage CS, Visage PACS Solutions at RSNA
    Mercury Computer Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY) announced it will demonstrate the enhanced Visage(TM) “3D to the Core” product family with advanced functionalities, new clinical applications, and breakthrough levels of image quality and performance — that will further facilitate the 3D visualization transformation throughout the medical imaging workflow.
  • SENA Introduces Parani-MSP100 Bluetooth to IP Gateway
    The Parani-MSP100 from SENA is a Bluetooth to IP gateway that connects Bluetooth devices to 10/100 Base-T Ethernet network. Supporting point to multi-point connectivity to 7 points, it transmits data from each Bluetooth terminal to management station via TCP/IP at a rate of 723Kbit/s. Connections can be extended up to 14 using an optional USB extension dongle.
  • DiSTI to Develop 3D Diesel Engine Training Aids for US Army
    DiSTI, a global leader in the development of Human Machine Interface (HMI) software, announces that the U.S. Army Transportation School has selected DiSTI to develop 3D virtual interactive training aids for four diesel engine models. DiSTI will be utilizing GL Studio(R) for Java to develop the 3D training aids and shall deliver the content for use in classroom lessons at the U.S. Army Transportation School in Fort Eustis, Virginia.
  • Intel Honors TenAsys with Communications Alliance Member of the Year Award
    TenAsys Corporation, a provider of real-time operating system software technology for Intel(R) Architecture computers, is pleased to announce that Intel Corporation has recognized the company as Intel Communications Alliance Member of the Year for 2006 at the Affiliate level.