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December 2015

Industry Insider

Abaco Systems, Former GE Embedded Computing Business, Launches Abaco Systems, a provider of rugged embedded computing solutions for defense, aerospace and industrial applications, has Read More...

Industry Watch

Not Your Traditional App Store: Four Smart Grid Applications

When the iPhone was first released, many questioned if it would work for the business user or be relegated to the consumer market.  The wealth of productivity and enterprise level Read More...

Energy Harvesting Makes for a More Intelligent ‘Smart Grid’

High voltage electrical power transmission lines form the backbone of America’s power grid: a vital asset that demands intelligent management and oversight to protect against disrRead More...

Technology Connected

The Internet of Things Stipulates the Specification for your RTOS

The embedded systems industry can look forward to a sustained period of growth thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT). The forecast billions of devices, typically called edge nodes, makRead More...

Technology Development

PCI Express Technology Features Low Power and New Form Factors for Mobile and IoT Advances

There are a number of industry trends that are driving the “data domination.” According to Gartner in its report “Predicts 2015: The Internet of Things,” the IntRead More...

Augmenting ATCA Hardware Platform Management with IPv6 for IoT Backend Systems

Discussions of the Internet of Things (IoT) typically focus on the “things” – that is, the millions or billions of small Internet-connected devices that constitute theRead More...

Embedded Computing with ARM: Build or Buy?

The x86 PC has dominated embedded computing for decades. For a long time, the next processor generation was better because it was faster. But at some point, the increase in energy consuRead More...

Technology in Systems

C and Its Offspring: OpenGL [Part TWO]

Part One of this series explained how the flow of data through the pipeline transforms from vertices, through fragments and eventually, for the lucky few, to pixels on the screen. Of coRead More...