PFU Systems Samples Plug-N-Run Ga COM Express Module
PFU Systems announces the availability of engineering samples of their Computer On Module (COM) product based on the Intel® Atom[tm] processor. The Plug-N-Run Ga module is a fully COM Express Basic Type 2 compliant module. The Plug-N-Run Ga fills out the lower end of PFU Systems’ COM Express product line.
Unicoi Fusion RTOS Supports New Analog Devices Blackfin Processors
Unicoi Systems, Inc., a leading provider of software solutions to the embedded device market, announced the availability of its Fusion RTOS for new Blackfin® Processors from Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI). The release of the Fusion RTOS for these additional ADI processors provides embedded developers with a high-performance solution designed specifically for networking and multimedia applications, license-free.
Toshiba Develops 32GB Embedded NAND Flash Memory Devices
Toshiba Corp. (Toshiba) and Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC) announced the launch of 32GB embedded NAND flash memory devices that offer the largest density yet announced plus full compliance with the eMMC[tm] and eSD[tm] standards. The embedded devices are designed for application in digital consumer products, including mobile phones, video cameras, HDTV, personal navigation devices, POS terminals, printers, and set-top boxes.
Radicom Research Rolls Out V92HU-E2 Dongle Modem
Radicom Research, Inc. introduces its new compact USB dongle modems. This USB dongle modem processes data using its own hardware and does not utilize any processing power of the host computer. Because it is a hardware modem, it can be easily adopted in non-x86 CPU and non-Windows OS based systems. The modem will operate with any system that has a USB CDC (Communication Device Class) driver.
National Instruments Announces LEGO Education WeDo Robotics Platform
National Instruments and LEGO Education continue their educational robotics collaboration with the new LEGO Education WeDo classroom robotics platform. Powered by NI LabVIEW graphical design software, LEGO Education WeDo Software is a drag-and-drop, icon-based environment that students ages 7 to 11 can use to easily program their own robotics inventions. Using WeDo software, students learn basic programming skills while designing their robotics applications.