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September 2007

Industry Insider

Industry Insider

Kontron Introduces Smallest ETXexpress-Compatible Footprint Three years after the 2004 launch of the ETXexpress specification, which has become the PICMG COM Express (COM.0) standaRead More...

Industry Insight

Moving from Multiprocessors to Multiple Cores

The use of multiple processing elements has become essential to software development. A variety of multicore and DSP processors are available. While each processing core is capable of dRead More...

Publisher's Letter

Small Form-Factor Boards Up and Coming

Over the past weeks I’ve been talking to some of our friends in the PC/104, Com Express and other small form-factor board communities and have come to some interesting realizationRead More...

Software & Development Tools

Building a Highly Available Base Station Controller Using COTS Components

Building a carrier-grade network element capable of providing continued service availability in the presence of failures is a complex undertaking. Historically, telecom equipment manufaRead More...

Driving High-Availability Operating Environments through Open Source

The Service Availability Forum (SA Forum) is a consortium of communications and computing companies working together to develop high-availability (HA) and management software specificatRead More...

Solutions Engineering

3U VPX: Small, Rugged and REDI

3U VPX is much more than just a half-size version of 6U VPX. Unlike 3U VME’s relationship to 6U VME, 3U VPX can support the same speed and bandwidth of its larger 6U brother. UnliRead More...

3U VPX: Rugged, High-Performance Small Form-Factor COTS Comes of Age

Small form-factor COTS boards offer unique benefits for rugged applications, which frequently suffer from size, weight and power (SWaP) limitations. Now, with the 3U version of the VPX Read More...

Tech Feature

PCI Express: The Future Face of Backplanes

Backplane systems have a long history of providing flexible, modular expansion capability for systems at a relatively low cost. In some systems where the physical constraints or lowest-Read More...