In today’s world of e-commerce, M2M, and cloud services, its critical for development and operational processes to embrace and account for these trends or risk failure. Development processes for telecommunications typically include a mix of information and data models, internally developed software, and third party or open source software.
Machine-to-Machine (M2M) solutions provider Telit Wireless Solutions partnered with M2M product development services integrator NimbeLink to speed up specialized M2M application design. The partnership allows designers to add cellular connectivity to NimbeLink’s Skywire pre-certified embedded modems based on the Telit xE910 family of modules.
The best of both worlds, integrated access to boundary scan from Agilent ICT machines with the XJLink2 3070. XJTAG announced a completely configurable XJLink2 3070 that fits into one slot on the Agilent i3070 utility card. Multiple systems can be added.
Small PC has announced the Multi-Touch LCD Display model SD240ML, a rugged, lightweight 24” display that is waterproof and also sealed to dirt and dust. Anti-reflective coatings and glass bonding improve screen clarity and contrast, which enables viewing in direct sunlight.
Aeroflex Limited has launched the TM500 Test Mobile base station, a one-box benchtop unit that is capable of emulating several thousand LTE User Equipments (UE), fading channel models, and LTE-A carrier aggregation functionality.
Texas Instruments has announced the new SN65LVDS822 FlatLink Low-Voltage Differential Signaling (LVDS) receiver IC that supports a 4 MHz pixel clock in appliances, digital cameras, copiers, fuel pump displays, or printers with small LCD screen panels.
Windows Embedded Compact (Windows CE) has many advantages for use in RISC systems over regular Windows, including size, cost, and reliability. RISC systems themselves offer higher performance than rival low-power x86 systems. To get the best of a combination of Windows CE and RISC, it’s important to understand how to build, debug, and deploy applications.
Though often called an “industrial computer,” many so-called rugged computer systems don’t actually cut it for harsh applications. There are many considerations that often get ignored but are important to critical application systems. This white paper explains what to look for in a system truly suited for harsh environments.
The Brazilian company Nastek Tecnologia has announced the Yon Bike Lamp, a GSM/GPS tracker that is embedded in a bicycle taillight. Also announced was a technology partnership with Telit Wireless Solutions, who provided M2M modules for the product.
IBASE Technology has released a Quad Core processor-built fanless digital signage player, called the SI-22. This slim player, measuring 19.5mm thickness, is versatile and can be used in various locations, such as hotels, restaurants, retail stores, shopping malls, and more. The technology can also be used to power flight and passenger information systems in airports and railway stations.