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Mouser adds Intel IoT partner IEI Technology

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Mouser Electronics has added the product line of IEI Technology, part of the Intel Internet of Things solutions alliance. The IEI Technology embedded computer boards available from Mouser Electronics include the WAFER-BT single-board computer in the PICO-ITX form factor and supports an on-board Celeron system-on-chip (SoC) with DDR3L; VGA, LVDS, and iDP connectors. The HYPER-BT PICO-ITX single-board computer supports an ...

Intel IoT microcontroller on sale at Mouser

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Intel’s internet of things (IoT) microcontroller, the Quark is now available from Mouser Electronics. The D2000 is aimed at applications that require long battery life, such as wearable sensors and RFID tags. The 32MHz, 32-bit microcontroller contains 32kbyte of flash and 8kbyte of SRAM and there are 25 general-purpose inputs and outputs (GPIOs). Designed to process data gathered from sensors ...

Intel signs RS deal to target maker community

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Intel’s embedded development products are now available from RS Components following the signing of a distribution agreement between the two companies. RS will be seen as a route to developers and the maker community for Intel’s Edison development platform and the Compute Stick. According to Rod O’Shea, general manager, EMEA direct and channel sales at Intel, targeting the maker community is ...

Acal BFi sells Tronics MEMS sensors in Europe

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Acal BFi, has signed a distribution agreement with Tronics Microsystems and will sell the French supplier’s MEMS inertial sensors to the European markets. The Gypro series of inertial sensors has a bias stability (Allan variance) of 0.8°/hour. Power consumption can be as low as 25mA. Pascal Langlois, chief executive officer of Tronics, writes: “This collaboration represents a new opportunity to ...

Digi-Key grows its online business in China

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Digi-Key says it has seen strong double-digit growth in China during 2015, and has added a “significant” number of new customers. The online component distributor has been investing in local infrastructure and expanding its product offering in China. It has localised customer service and RMB currency options, which it says have been the driving factors behind growth in the region. ...

Rutronik signs Intel processors in IoT market push

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Rutronik is the latest European distributor to sign the Intel range of microprocessors and memory for the industrial market. This will include Quark, Atom and Core processors, mainboards, solid state drives and software, but not the former Altera FPGAs. “We look forward to our partnership especially given that our strategy that we are pursuing with Smart and Embedded ranges, is in ...

Digi-Key strengthens free design tools with Raspberry Pi starts

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Digi-Key has added to its free downloadable PCB design tools, which are the Scheme-it and PCBWeb design tools being demonstrated at Embedded World 2016  February 23-25 in Nuremburg this week. Scheme-it can be used to rough-out design concepts as block diagrams, schematics or board expansion format. According to David Sandys, director of digital marketing, Digi-Key: “With the milestone of over 100,000 designs being ...

Kit for getting started with secure FPGA design

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Avnet has updated its design software offering for Microsemi’s SmartFusion2 KickStart development kit to offer a data security demonstration. The kit, sold exclusively through Avnet, is an entry-level development platform designed to facilitate prototyping using Microsemi’s SmartFusion2 system-on-chip FPGAs. The development board integrates a single event upset (SEU)-immune SmartFusion2 SoC FPGA, a secure and integrated programmable device with 10,000 logic ...

Presto offers secure supply chain for IoT chips

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Presto Engineering is opening of two new manufacturing hubs and a logistics centre in Asia to support its semiconductor engineering and supply chain business. The new facilities Bangkok, Taohsiung, Taiwan and Hong-Kong will implement secure production practices to address the growing need for IC security in IoT applications. This will allow the company to offer product engineering and production management for ICs, ...