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  • Manufacturing
     → March 2017
    White Paper: Put the Power of Industry 4.0 in Your Pocket: Meet the Pocket IO

    White Paper: Put the Power of Industry 4.0 in Your Pocket: Meet the Pocket IO

    Staff (Maxim Integrated)
    Maxim's Pocket IO PLC Development Platform provides designers and industrial engineers the flexibility to experiment, to find the best solution for reduced power dissipation and small form factors in PLC designs.

    Embedded software
     → April/May 2015

    For COTS, small is the next big thing

    Mike Southworth (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    An industry perspective from Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions

    Industrial Internet
     → June 2016
    White Paper: Optimize Your Software Stack for Industrial Internet of Things

    White Paper: Optimize Your Software Stack for Industrial Internet of Things

    Kerri McConnell (Datalight, Inc.); Wayne Warren (Raima); Kathleen Tufto (Mentor Graphics)
    The amount of data IoT devices create, process and transmit is increasing at a daunting rate. Can your software handle this deluge of data? Read the new whitepaper by Datalight, Mentor Graphics, and Raima, Optimize Your Software Stack for Industrial Internet of Things Devices, to learn how you can e... [read more]

    Security
     → November 2012
    Embedding security into data management

    Embedding security into data management

    Sasan Montaseri (ITTIA)
    Securing data is becoming more critical and more difficult to accomplish as embedded application development has increased in complexity, especially when different communication protocols are incorporated into embedded designs. Developers need to know the options for managing data in a secure way an... [read more]

    VICTORY initiative
     → November/December 2012

    U.S. Army's VICTORY ushers in the next COTS integration revolution

    Steve Edwards (An industry perspective from Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions)
    The U.S. Army's VICTORY architecture leverages COTS to combat SWaP, costs, and share data in real time.

    Manufacturing
     → February 2016
    White Paper: Increasing Manufacturing Performance with the Internet of Things (IoT)

    White Paper: Increasing Manufacturing Performance with the Internet of Things (IoT)

    Staff (Dell and Intel)
    Using IoT technologies and analytics to bring cost savings, efficiencies and higher product yields to manufacturing processes.

    Legacy software
     → March 2013

    "Buy" over "build": The military systems migration mantra

    Steve Graves (McObject)
    COTS-based DBMSs are emerging to take the reigns from homegrown and enterprise databases on the legacy migration path.

    Packet processing
     → November 2012
    White Paper: Consolidating Packet Forwarding Services on the ADLINK aTCA-6200 Blade with the Intel(r) DPDK

    White Paper: Consolidating Packet Forwarding Services on the ADLINK aTCA-6200 Blade with the Intel(r) DPDK

    Staff (ADLINK Technology, Inc.)
    In recent years there has been a market and technology trend towards the convergence of network infrastructure into a common platform or modular components that support multiple network elements and functions such as application processing, control processing, packet processing, and signal processin... [read more]

    Integrated development environment
     → June 2014
    Advanced IDEs support media-rich embedded systems

    Advanced IDEs support media-rich embedded systems

    Lars Knoll (Digia, Qt)
    The nature of embedded systems developments is changing rapidly. These systems were embedded inside user equipment, often with little or no user interface to reveal their presence. At most, they might present a two-line display and a set of physical buttons. But as systems have become more sophistic... [read more]

    GPGPU
     → February 2017
    White Paper: GPGPU for Embedded Systems

    White Paper: GPGPU for Embedded Systems

    Dan Mor, Graphics and Systems Product Manager (Aitech Defense Systems)
    The difficulties facing modern embedded systems lead to one conclusion: if we are using only a CPU as a main computing engine, eventually it will choke. GPU Accelerated Computing does offloads some of the computation-intensive portions of the application.

    Automated Test Systems
     → January 2014
    White Paper: ATP\'s Next Generation \

    White Paper: ATP's Next Generation "Test During Burn-In" System

    Staff (ATP Electronics)
    The new testing system includes the "Automatic Test Equipment " capability, further strengthening the quality and reliability of ATP's Industrial Grade DRAM Modules

    Open standards/specifications
     → Spring 2013

    Open standards converge to close on new markets

    Joe Pavlat (Editorial Director)
    Many open standards are now being successfully combined with others to create very powerful platforms that are taking less time and money to develop and deploy.

    embedded software
     → October 2015
    Encrypting storage in small form factors

    Encrypting storage in small form factors

    Carey Johnson (Microsemi)
    Self-encryption drives that fit into small-form-factor applications.

    Smartphone tech for mil applications
     → November/December 2012
    Smartphones on the battlefield

    Smartphones on the battlefield

    John McHale (Editorial Director)
    Military planners want warfighters to have the same capability that civilian consumers get from their commercial smartphones and are testing different devices. However, they still have to overcome security hurdles and the short development cycles in the commercial market before full-scale deployment... [read more]

    Design security
     → November 2012

    Embedded lockdown: Designing secure devices

    Warren Webb (Editorial Director)
    The impetuous move into a world of connected devices has rendered security an imperative consideration at every phase of the embedded design process. Warren comments on this and introduces the rest of the November 2012 issue of Embedded Computing Design.

    Deep Packet Inspection
     → September 2012
    White Paper: Accelerated Deep Packet Inspection for Network Security Applications -- Delivering High-Performance DPI on Intel Xeon Processor with Wind River Content Inspection Engine

    White Paper: Accelerated Deep Packet Inspection for Network Security Applications -- Delivering High-Performance DPI on Intel Xeon Processor with Wind River Content Inspection Engine

    Staff (Wind River Systems, Inc.)
    By providing DPI technology optimized for multi-core processors, this paper demonstrates a cost effective software solution for scanning data content at line rate in security equipment ranging from small network appliances to large network elements.

    Open source
     → February 2013
    Eating right at the open source buffet

    Eating right at the open source buffet

    Bill Weinberg (Olliance Consulting)
    With the smorgasbord of Open Source Software (OSS) available for developers to dine from, it's vital they "eat right" by choosing the OSS compatible with their existing project and IP needs.

    M2M
     → August 2012
    In the marriage of devices to networks, M2M developers hold the peace

    In the marriage of devices to networks, M2M developers hold the peace

    Steve Jahnke (Galixsys Networks); Richard Jahnke (Galixsys Networks)
    M2M developers are embedded systems engineers who have teamed their skills with IT infrastructure and Internet technology. They face an emerging industry where a virtual private network of devices complicates the specific functions of individual devices. Choosing a network topology and using bandwid... [read more]

    Cloud computing
     → March 2014
    Distributed cloud storage infrastructure advances with x86 architecture

    Distributed cloud storage infrastructure advances with x86 architecture

    Kahlye Lee (Silvercor)
    With more and more Internet of Things (IoT) enabled devices sending data to the cloud, new cloud computing strategies are being created to address user and data center needs. Intelligent, energy-efficient, decentralized cloud computing storage can be developed with an advancing x86-based approach to... [read more]

    Debugging tools & techniques
     → March 2013
    White Paper: 2013 EMF Survey of Embedded Developers

    White Paper: 2013 EMF Survey of Embedded Developers

    Jerry Krasner, Ph.D., MBA (Kozio, Inc.)
    The intent of this paper is to share with embedded developers and vendors the results of the 2013 EMF survey that we recently concluded.

    LTE
     → Winter 2012

    Wireless operators set to blanket U.S. with LTE - Aided by foreign investment

    Mike Demler (Technology Editor)
    With LTE rollouts reaching maturity, do we have a spectrum crisis?

    LTE
     → Spring 2013

    Operators battle for more spectrum as FCC opens new frequencies

    Mike Demler (Technology Editor)
    Carriers clear spectrum as FCC recognizes small cells and Wi-Fi

    Cloud computing
     → Apr/May 2013
    Deploy warfighter applications faster with open source Platform-as-a-Service

    Deploy warfighter applications faster with open source Platform-as-a-Service

    David Egts (Red Hat)
    Up-and-coming Web startups are leapfrogging each other to market using Internet-hosted Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) technologies. PaaS allows these startups to innovate rapidly by focusing more time on their mission and less time managing hardware and software. Can the warfighter benefit from PaaS t... [read more]

    CompactPCI Serial
     → Fall 2015
    Further developments in CompactPCI Serial

    Further developments in CompactPCI Serial

    Barbara Schmitz (MEN Mikro Elektronik)
    When revamping one of the most popular industry specifications, many factors need to be considered to meet the diverse needs of existing users and those of a new set of developers ready to take advantage of an upgraded technology platform.

    EDA
     → March 2013
    Looking back at the milestones as DAC-50 approaches

    Looking back at the milestones as DAC-50 approaches

    Mike Demler, Editorial Director (OpenSystems Media)
    As we approach the 50th Design Automation Conference, it's time to look back on the milestones of innovation that have happened in the EDA industry during the past five decades. Editorial Director Mike Demler lists his first five picks for the most influential developments to the EDA industry.

    EDA
     → November 2012
    EDA vendors roll out advances for 20 nm design

    EDA vendors roll out advances for 20 nm design

    Mike Demler, Editorial Director (OpenSystems Media)
    After nearly 50 years of shrinking designs in two dimensions, extending Moore's Law to 20 nm design technology requires the use of a new technique: Double Patterning Technology (DPT). EDA vendors will see a major impact as a result, and semiconductor foundry Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corpor... [read more]

    Multicore
     → December 2012
    A modern software platform for the era of multicore and cloud computing - Q&A with Mark Brewer, President and CEO, Typesafe

    A modern software platform for the era of multicore and cloud computing - Q&A with Mark Brewer, President and CEO, Typesafe

    Jennifer Hesse (Managing Editor)
    This Embedded Computing Design Q&A taps Mark Brewer, President and CEO of Typesafe, with questions on how the Scala programming middleware helps optimize multicore and cloud computing software.

    Middleware
     → September 2013

    Data-centric architectural best practices: Using DDS to integrate real-world distributed systems

    Rose Wahlin (RTI)
    More and more real-world, complex distributed systems are integrated using a Data-Centric Publish-Subscribe approach, specifically the programming model defined by the Object Management Group (OMG) known as the Data Distribution Service (DDS) specification. The DDS Publish-Subscribe approach meets m... [read more]

    In-vehicle infotainment systems
     → February 2013
    The future of Android in vehicles

    The future of Android in vehicles

    David Kleidermacher (Green Hills Software); Brad Ballard (Texas Instruments Incorporated)
    Android has its share of benefits and challenges when it comes to automotive infotainment systems. One such challenge is that of the emergence of mixed-criticality systems comprising both infotainment and safety-/security-critical systems, enabled by high-performance multicore processors. To face th... [read more]

    Embedded software
     → October 2015
    Taking on encryption\'s usability and key management problems

    Taking on encryption's usability and key management problems

    Sally Cole (Senior Editor)
    Key management is the most difficult discipline within cryptography and requires extreme attention to detail.

    Data acquisition and analog I/O
     → Winter 2012
    Linux-based COMs drive remote data acquisition strategies

    Linux-based COMs drive remote data acquisition strategies

    W. Gordon Kruberg, M.D. (Gumstix, Inc.)
    Data acquisition systems are constantly collecting, from the often overlooked to the out-of-sight reaches of human monitoring. Today, the power of Linux-based COMs is making some of these remote monitoring stations smaller, cheaper, and more efficient.

    Signal processing
     → January 2014
    Embedded signal processing enables advanced radars and EW systems with low latency

    Embedded signal processing enables advanced radars and EW systems with low latency

    John McHale (Editorial Director)
    Modern radar and electronic warfare designs rely heavily on embedded computing systems that leverage high-speed commercial processors and FPGAs to find every target or signal and enable the warfighter to respond in real time. Meanwhile, signal processing system designers are cutting costs by using p... [read more]

    Embedded avionics for military aircraft
     → March 2013
    Military avionics designs embrace common standards and TRLs

    Military avionics designs embrace common standards and TRLs

    John McHale (Editorial Director)
    The task of improving situational awareness for military pilots in a tough budget climate with little development funding available requires designers to use open architectures and common standards to keep costs down. This trend also has fueled the enthusiasm behind the FACE Consortium, which promis... [read more]

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