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Eclipse Lab | Project Posting Based on Open Source based on Eclipse
The Eclipse Foundation, in collaboration with Google, is pleased to announce Eclipse Labs, a new place to host open source projects based on Eclipse. Eclipse Labs provides the infrastructure services typically required by open source projects, such as code repositories, bug tracking, project web sites/wiki.
EAL6+ Certification for ST23YR80 Secure Dual Microcontroller from ST
The EAL6+ certified device is capable of completing a secure passport transaction in less than 3 seconds using secure embedded software from Sagem Securité, a hi-tech company in the Safran Group, called IDeal Pass™, which is the fastest competitive solution certified to EAL5+. Practical benefits will include high productivity and security at border controls and short wait times for travelers. All e-passport norms are supported, including Basic Access Control (BAC) and Extended Access Control (EAC) using the highest crypto-key length.
Key features of the ST23YR80
» Enhanced crypto-processor NESCRYPT
» Optional full feature certified crypto library
» High CPU clock frequency
» Dense on-chip memories:
» 80 Kbytes EEPROM
» 390 Kbytes user ROM
» 8Kbytes of Ram
» Enhanced contactless performances using ISO14443 type B interface
QNX v6.5 RTOS is Released
Following are the new features of QNX v6.5
» Support for ARM Cortex-A9 processors and Freescale Power e500MC processor cores
» Enhanced toolchain that includes Eclipse CDT 6.0 and GCC 4.4.2
» Symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) on ARM Cortex-A9 processors and Freescale Power e500MC processor cores
» QNX Neutrino can now support SMP on multi-core processors with up to 32 cores
» Support for Intel advanced programmable interrupt controllers (APICs), Intel message signaled interrupts (MSIs), and expanded
support for x86 boards from Advantech, Intel, and Kontron.
The QNX Neutrino RTOS 6.5 and the QNX Momentics Tool Suite 6.5 are slated for commercial availability in June 2010
PORTWELL’S TYPE II COMPACT COM EXPRESS MODULE (PCOM-B215VG)
Prtwell Technology Inc. - Amreica has released new type 11 compact com express module. This board is based on intel’a atom processor and is perfect for low power systems and handheld mobile devices in applications such as medical healthcare, industrial control, gaming, portable devices and COTS military market.
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» Intel Atom processor N450 (single core), D410 (single core) and D510
» Intel 82801HM I/O controller, up to 4GB DDR2 SDRAM, onboard 4GB
NAND Flash upgradable to 8GB
» One Gigabit Ethernet
» Dual independent display via VGA and LVDS
» Eight USB ports
» Wide input voltage support (8V to 18V)
» Support for EIDA and SATA
» Expansion capability includes five PCI-E x1 lanes that can be configured
» PCI-E x4 and four PCI-E x1, four PCI, LPC interface and a high definition audio interface.
CY8CKIT-023 PSoC is the Expansion Board Kit For iPhone & iPod Accessories released y Cypress. The new kit leverages the iPhone OS operating system of Apple’s iPhone and iPod products and the corresponding iPhone SDK (Software Development Kit) to provide a two-way communication interface between apps from Apple's App Store and corresponding accessories.
The platform is powered by the revolutionary PSoC Creator™ Integrated Development Environment (IDE), which introduces a unique schematic-based design methodology along with fully tested, pre-packaged analog and digital peripherals easily customizable through user-intuitive wizards and APIs to meet specific design requirements. The PSoC 1 family delivers similar ease-of-use and flexibility with a cost-optimized core, and is supported by the powerful PSoC Designer™ software tool.
New processor family from microchip for battery operated device
Microchip is very active these days in providing low power microcontroller. In their nano watt series they have released two new families PIC18F4XK20 and PIC18F4XK20.
Enhanced on-chip peripherals available with the PIC18F4XK20/2XK20 family include a software-selectable, precision 16 MHz internal oscillator with Phase Lock Loop (PLL); a Master Synchronous Serial Port (I2C™/SPI) module with address masking; a four-channel, 10-bit Enhanced Capture/Compare Pulse-Width Modulation module with PWM steering capability; up to 14 10-bit Analog-to-Digital Conversion channels with a 1.2V fixed voltage reference; and dual rail-to-rail comparators. Other key features include:
• Up to 64 Kbytes of Flash program memory
• Up to 3,936 bytes of RAM
• Up to 1,024 bytes of Data EEPROM memory
• Programmable Brown-Out Reset, with a software-enable option
• Extended WatchDog Timer
• Enhanced low-power Timer 1
• EUSART with LIN compatibility
• Two-speed oscillator start-up
Price of processor is $1.56 in 10,000-unit quantities
CooCox has released development tools for ARM Cortex M
CooCox CoBuilder is an internet-based component-oriented embedded development platform, specially for ARM Cortex M chipset. The platform integrates a large number of components which is the abstraction of boot code, peripherals libraries, drivers and OS. Component-oriented development makes embedded work as simple as building-block.
ITTIA DB SQL Now Available for QNX Neutrino RTOS
ITTIA DB SQL is not available for QNX RTOS. This is very good news for those who want to use data base in RTOS. As QNX is very large on automotive platform, with the help of ITTIA DB developer will able to manage database which will be compact and easy to grow.