Tech news tagged ‘ARM’

ARM or x86 for industrial computers?

Low power consumption means ARM processors are making headway into the single-board industrial computer market, even as Intel, AMD and Via make lower power x86 chips. Cost, performance, and virtualisation are other parameters affecting adoption.

GE Intelligent Platforms (formerly Radstone) makes both Intel and ARM-based single board computers…

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ARM looks to the Cloud

ARM has developed an approach for an Intelligent Flexible Cloud (IFC) environment to meet the latency, power and size constraints for next-generation networks…

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Freescale adds semaphore security to ARM SoC

Freescale Semiconductor has added messaging semaphore and a higher level of encryption security to its i.MX 6SoloX dual-core ARM-based system-on-chip (SoC) device.

The SoC incorporates cryptographic cipher engines and a configurable resource domain controller that allows peripherals to be locked or shared by the CPU…

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Cypress PSoC 4 supports 32-bit ARM upscale

Cypress Semiconductor has introduced at Embedded World today a PSoC 4 programmable system-on-chip device with a 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0 core.

The aim is to allow customers to upgrade existing 8- and 16-bit applications without significant cost increase.

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The device…

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ISSCC: ARM puts digital scope on a chip

UK processor firm ARM has built a digital storage oscilloscope on a chip, and a programmable load, to investigate voltage rail behaviour amongst multiple processor cores.

The transients are nanoseconds in duration, millivolts in height, and when they occur is dependent on the instantaneous interaction of application software, operating system…

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Xilinx puts seven ARM cores on 16nm finfet SoC

Xilinx has integrated three ARM processors with seven cores on its latest Zynq programmable system-on-chip device.

The programmable device, which is part of the company’s latest 16nm finfet ultraScale+ family of FPGAs, combines a 64-bit quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 processor with a dual-core Cortex…

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ARM adds remote training

ARM has expanded its technical training portfolio to include live courses that can be remotely-delivered in any location. The courses will provide a flexible and fast-response training service for companies and individuals, allowing them to take full advantage of ARM technology features…

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Silicon Labs launches Blue Gecko

Silicon Labs has introduced Blue Gecko which combines its EFM32 Gecko MCU technology with a Bluetooth Smart transceiver on one die combined with the Bluegiga Bluetooth Smart software stack which can transmit +10 dBm or higher output power with its integrated power amplifier and balun…

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IoT starter kit from ARM and IBM

Today, ARM launched the ARM mbed IoT Starter Kit – Ethernet Edition to channel data from internet-connected devices directly into IBM’s Bluemix cloud platform…

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IAR Systems adds static code analysis to ARM tools

IAR Systems has introduced a desgn tool to provide static analysis as part of its development toolchain for ARM microcontrollers.

Static analysis finds potential issues in code by doing an analysis on the source code level. It can detect potential code errors including for example memory leaks, access violations, arithmetic…

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