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  • Mocana  (1)
    • Mocana's DSF for Android
      Android developers must balance security functionality, application performance and battery life effectively without introducing new security holes into the platform (+)

      Features:

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      • Mocana's DSF for Android is the first and only open-standards-based software package enabling developers to build the security features that enterprises and savvy consumers demand
      • It was designed in a modular framework allowing developers to pick and use only what they need at the time, while allowing them the flexibility to add more functionality later
      • Using DSF for Android, developers can quickly add much-needed firewall, VPN, and encryption features to Android handsets and netbooks without compromising the performance, throughput or battery life of the platform [...]
  • ACCES I/O Products, Inc.  (1)
    • ANDROID-232
      ACCES I/O Products, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of a new USB serial interface board—the ANDROID-232. Users can now control legacy RS-232 devices directly from modern Android devices. The ANDROID-232 uses the Android Open Accessory protocol to convince an Android device that its onboard USB port (normally limited to USB "slave" or "OTG" modes) is actually an RS-232 port. This two way data port allows external hardware to control the Android unit or for the Android unit to control external hardware. (+)

      Features:

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      • Android USB 2.0 Full-Speed Host to industry standard RS-232 DB9M serial port
      • Supports UART interface with RX, TX, RTS and CTS
      • RX buffer size 5512 bytes; TX buffer size 256 bytes
  • FTDI Chip  (1)
    • FTD311D
      A bridge, USB host integrated circuit that easily integrates into end systems through 6 interfaces and targets Android Open Accessory systems with USB slave, B port capability/ (+)

      Features:

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      • Interfaces: UART, PWM, SPI master, SPI slave, I2C master, and GPIO
      • Interface configurable via 3 mode pins
      • Fixed functions include host stack, class driver, Open Accessory driver, and IO bridging
  • Adaptive Digital Technologies, Inc.  (1)
    • VoIP Engine/SIP Reference Kits
      Adaptive Digital’s VoIP Engine/SIP Reference Kits for ARM®, iOS, and Android include two powerful software development kits (VoIP Engine and SIP SDKs) providing powerful and highly customizable software environments to quickly add VoIP, and SIP based dial, answer call features into a mobile handset, or tablet application. VoIP Engine SDK features acoustic echo cancellation, noise reduction, and automatic gain control (AGC) for voice quality enhancement (VQE), as well as speech compression (G.711, G.729AB, and G.722 and other optional codecs), RTP and Jitter Buffering. (+)

      Features:

      • VoIP Engine/SIP Reference Kits Include both voice over internet protocol (VoIP) engine software development kits (SDKs)
      • Adaptive Digital's VoIP Engine SDK handles the entire VoIP call process.
      • The API is clean and simple to use, and the source code for the demo app is available to jump start app development.
  • Toradex  (1)
    • Customized Single Board Computer
      An Open Source “Viola�, a new concept for ultra-low cost Customized Single Board Computers Toradex introduces Viola, a new open source concept for ultra-low cost customized single-board computers. When combined with Colibri VF50 COM, a Freescale® Vybrid™-based Computer-on-Module, a Viola based single-board computer starts at a price € 39 for 1K units (€ 49 for single unit price) and offers a very interesting set of functions for numerous embedded applications. Viola carrier board can also be combined with any other pin-compatible modules from the Colibri ARM family to offer variety of Customized SBCs. FEATURES: SBCs are off-the-shelf products that can be used to develop end-products or applications for a variety of industries. SBCs come along with integrated software and hardware, which includes SoC, memory, power requirements and real world multimedia and connectivity interfaces such as USB, UART, CAN, HDMI, Ethernet, SDIO, MMC, Analog Audio, display etc. The SBC approach helps system developers to focus on the application specific parts. An extensive range of SBCs based on variety of microprocessor, memory size, supported interfaces and operating system such as Windows Embedded Compact, Linux, Android etc are available in the embedded market. This offers flexibility to the users to choose the appropriate SBC based on their cost, features and performance requirements. Low cost SBCs are widely used in academic research projects and in feature specific end-products. [...] (+)

      Features:

  • Open Kernel Labs  (1)
    • OKL4 Microvisor
      OKL4 is a microkernel-based embedded hypervisor - called a microvisor, supporting mobile virtualization, componentization, and security. (+)

      Features:

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      • Virtualization: Using unique Secure HyperCell Technology, OKL4 can host VMs consisting of complete OSes and software stacks, down to stand-alone device drivers or other bare metal code in individual, isolated cells. Code inside a cell executes in unprivileged mode, with hardware memory protection isolating cells from one another. Fine grained control over resource allocation, communication, and security makes development easier, software more reliable, and systems more secure
      • Microkernel-based: By building on a microkernel architecture, the OKL4 Microvisor offers mobile OEMs not just high performance mobile virtualization, but opportunities to segment applications into smaller, more secure, and more manageable software components
      • This results in software that is easier to develop, more reliable, and more secure
  • Electro-Space Fabricators, Inc.  (1)
    • 900 & 920 Style
      Perforated EMI/RFI shields for VMEbus subracks (+)

      Features:

      • Honeycombed pattern with 40% open design
      • Two models - (1) perforated shield-flat version slides smoothly into grooves in the subracks guide rails, (2) perforated shield-grounding slides into the guide rail grooves, but assembles to the side plates with screws, to assure positive grounding
      • Both models feature .125" diameter holes on .187 staggered centers [...]
  • Imagination Technologies  (1)
    • MIPS Creator CI20
      The MIPS Creator CI20 is an affordable micro-computer that runs Linux and Android and enables open source developers, the maker community, system integrators and others to create a wide range of applications and projects, ranging from home automation and gaming to wireless multimedia streaming. (+)

      Features:

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      • 1.2 GHz MIPS32-based, dual-core processor designed for superior performance and low power computing
      • PowerVR SGX540 graphics offering full support for OpenGL 2.1 and OpenGL ES 2.0
      • Dedicated video hardware for low power 1080p decoding at 30 fps; plus high-quality audio playback
  • Schroff Pentair  (1)
    • VME64x System
      A thermally managed, 10U packaging system for VME64x applications (+)

      Features:

      • Shielded EMC 19” subrack
      • Open-frame power supply unit with 1000W, wide-range input, four outputs, and power factor correction
      • Advanced thermal management features, including active heat dissipation of power supply and boards, a bottom-hinged, honeycomb ventilation panel, and hot-swap, speed-controlled radial fan units
  • froglogic  (1)
    • Squish GUI Tester
      The Squish GUI Tester is a cross-platform GUI test automation tool supporting any desktop, mobile and embedded platform. The Squish GUI Tester comes with dedicated test automation support for HMIs built with Qt, Java, MFC, WinForms, WPF, Android, iOS, HTML5, Tk and more. Unique features of the Squish GUI Tester include integrated Behavior Driven Development (BDD), a powerful IDE, remote testing, multi-application and multi-device testing, choice of open script languages, command line interfaces and CI and ALM integrations. (+)

      Features:

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      • Dedicated GUI toolkit support (Qt, Java, Mobile, HTML5, etc.)
      • Cross-Platform. Cross-Device.
      • Powerful IDE
  • connectBlue  (1)
    • Bluetooth System-on-Module OBP421
      The Bluetooth Dual-mode System-on-Module OBP421 is a Bluetooth v4.0 module open for executing customer developed applications embedded in the module. This opens up the possibility to remove the external host processor, saving on the bill of material and PCB space. Since the module is a dual-mode module applications can be developed for both Classic Bluetooth technology and Bluetooth low energy technology. The module comes complete with embedded Bluetooth stack and middleware with easy to use interfaces to speed up and simplify the customer application development. (+)

      Features:

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      • Module for customer developed embedded applications
      • 72 MHz, ARM 32-bit Cortex M3 processor with 64 kB RAM and 384 kB flash
      • Based on the connectBlue OBS421 module
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