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  • Signal Processing
     → February/March 2015

    ROcE protocol brings 40 Gbps Ethernet to VxWorks

    Marc Couture (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions); Aaron Frank (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    Network performance can be an issue for VxWorks, especially in demanding applications like signal/image/radar processing. However, designers can get full-speed 40 Gbps Ethernet out of VxWorks.

    cyber
     → July/August 2018

    Bringing VxWorks support to Intel Xeon D-based EW systems

    Denis Smetana (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    The advantages that the Intel Xeon processor D-1500 product family brings to compute-intensive embedded electronic warfare (EW) system designs is clear. These 8-/12-/16-core devices deliver enhanced performance at low power, making them suitable for use on rugged open-architecture modules designed f... [read more]

    RTOS
     → March 2014

    Real-time operating systems in the cloud era: Revolution or evolution?

    Curt Schwaderer (Editorial Director)
    Decades-old RTOS technology is still going strong, and is responding to new trends and advances to meet today’s embedded system needs.

    Board Support Packages
     → Spring 2014
    Linux the popular BSP choice for PC/104 and SFF users

    Linux the popular BSP choice for PC/104 and SFF users

    As Windows XP nears End Of Life (EOL), many SFF users are turning to Linux as the Board Support Package (BSP) of choice.

    Operating systems
     → Spring 2013
    Operating system developments impact critical systems

    Operating system developments impact critical systems

    Jerry Gipper (Editorial Director)
    Software architects designing critical embedded systems have tough choices to make when selecting an operating system. Decisions can be both simplified and complicated with new framework and platform initiatives coming into being.

    integrated graphics
     → February/March 2014

    Intel integrated graphics in deployed defense systems

    Gregory Sikkens (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    An industry perspective from Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions

    Real-time OSs
     → February 2012
    Real-time performance: Build or buy?

    Real-time performance: Build or buy?

    Warren Webb, Editorial Director (OpenSystems Media)
    Ever-growing demands and challenges could render in-house OS development a thing of the past.

    Single Board Computers
     → Summer 2013
    VITA technology SBCs of the future

    VITA technology SBCs of the future

    Jerry Gipper (Editorial Director)
    Almost every backplane-based embedded computing system in existence has a board that is considered the controller. Over the years, the industry has often used the term Single Board Computer (SBC) to describe that board. The term is used because all of the basic computer functionality is integrated o... [read more]

    Embedded vision systems
     → 2012-13 Resource Guide
    DSP and FPGA suppliers vie for growing embedded vision market

    DSP and FPGA suppliers vie for growing embedded vision market

    Mike Demler, Editorial Director (OpenSystems Media)
    DSP and FPGA vendors are giving embedded vision designers a boost for developing these next-gen systems thanks to image processor advancements.

    Software tools
     → May 2016
    White Paper: AXIS Software Development Tools

    White Paper: AXIS Software Development Tools

    Staff (Abaco Systems)
    Declare independence from your hardware and operating system.

    Graphics
     → June 2014

    Developing embedded systems with discrete high-performance graphics processors

    Mitch Furman (AMD)
    Designing a discrete graphics-processor-based system for embedded applications presents very different types of challenges when compared to more mainstream discrete graphics, especially as the systems are often used in domains like industrial automation, in-the-field digital signage, medical imaging... [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]

    FPGA prototyping
     → 2011-2012 Resource Guide

    Virtual or real: Prototyping platform(s) for ARM-based FPGA design

    Mike Demler (OpenSystems Media)
    SoC FPGAs offer both hardware and software approaches to platform prototyping, each of which confronts different challenges of the hardware-software codesign process.

    Virtualization software
     → December 2011
    Embedded goes virtual

    Embedded goes virtual

    Warren Webb, Editorial Director (OpenSystems Media)
    Virtualization software facilitates the simplified design, easy upgradability, and increased optimization of embedded systems.

    Migration
     → September 2011
    Eliminating the Oz factor: How to migrate from Core 2 Duo to 2nd-Gen Core i7

    Eliminating the Oz factor: How to migrate from Core 2 Duo to 2nd-Gen Core i7

    Sharon Hess, Managing Editor (OpenSystems Media)
    Power consumption, thermal management, and performance as helpful rather than hindering in migration from Core 2 Duo to second-gen Core i7? Oh my.

    encryption
     → June 2014
    Future-proofing your high-density encrypted storage solution

    Future-proofing your high-density encrypted storage solution

    Paul Davis (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    Encrypted storage designers must plan ahead – taking into consideration the probable “creep” in requirements for storage, I/O, and encryption – when architecting a new system that requires data storage. The likelihood of needing to accommodate increased demands makes it prudent to choose a Network A... [read more]

    Standards
     → February 2012

    Managing embedded standards

    Warren Webb, Editorial Director (OpenSystems Media)
    Warren emphasizes the importance of standards management to successfully leverage embedded technology trends and rounds up 2012's first edition of Embedded Computing Design.

    UAV/UAS
     → July/August 2012
    Certifying and securing UASs for civilian airspace is more about rules than technology

    Certifying and securing UASs for civilian airspace is more about rules than technology

    John McHale (Editorial Director)
    It was a matter of time before UASs took on a more domestic role, and that time has come. However, in this arena, safety and security certifications - not technology - will be the name of the game.

    Software Analysis
     → March 2012
    Symbolic execution techniques identify vulnerabilities in safety-critical code

    Symbolic execution techniques identify vulnerabilities in safety-critical code

    Paul Anderson (GrammaTech)
    Testing, testing... Advanced static analysis tools are key in identifying and eliminating concurrency defects, and producing high-quality safety-critical software.

    Software-Defined Radio (SDR)
     → January 2013
    White Paper: Software Defined Radio Handbook (Ninth Edition)

    White Paper: Software Defined Radio Handbook (Ninth Edition)

    Rodger Hosking (Pentek, Inc.)
    The folks at Pentek, who wrote the book on Software Radio, are pleased to announce their recently released and expanded Software Radio Handbook. Downloaded thousands of times, the handbook has proved to be a useful technical reference for engineers.

    Security
     → April 2014
    White Paper: A Multi-Layered Approach to Medical Security:  Build in Protection from Hardware Design to Final Testing

    White Paper: A Multi-Layered Approach to Medical Security: Build in Protection from Hardware Design to Final Testing

    Murray Slovick, Roving Reporter (Intel(r) Intelligent Systems Alliance)
    With the introduction of Electronic Healthcare Records (EHR), mobile medical devices, and medical cloud computing, the healthcare industry is facing new security challenges. To help protect medical data, Intel, Wind River, and McAfee have developed the Medical Security Reference Platform. This proof... [read more]

    Network security
     → July/August 2011
    Open standards ease Multi-Level Security (MLS) systems integration

    Open standards ease Multi-Level Security (MLS) systems integration

    Edwin de Jong, PhD (Real-Time Innovations)
    Cross Domain Solutions (CDSs) prove an easy-to-integrate solution for keeping mission-critical information accessible yet secure across networks.

    FPGA
     → May 2012
    White Paper: FPGAs for Speed and Flexibility

    White Paper: FPGAs for Speed and Flexibility

    Rowland Demko (Acromag, Inc.)
    Benefits of FPGA Modules derived from their Speed and Flexibility - You Can't Do More for Less

    Embedded software
     → February/March 2016

    Avionics FACE lift

    Charlotte Adams (Abaco Systems)
    FACE looks not only at technology but also at issues such as intellectual property, conformance verification, military specs, and procurement requirements.

    COTS
     → September 2011
    White Paper:  COTS-Based Computer Systems Reduce Risks to System Developers

    White Paper: COTS-Based Computer Systems Reduce Risks to System Developers

    Mac Rothstein (GE Intelligent Platforms, Inc.)
    The development of a new computing system for a military and aerospace application is fraught with risks that could extend product time to market, drive up costs, or even derail the program altogether. This white paper explores many of the avenues by which risk can enter a system development projec... [read more]

    PCI Express
     → September 2011
    White Paper: PCI Express Peer-to-Peer Interconnect

    White Paper: PCI Express Peer-to-Peer Interconnect

    Jeff Hoch (GE Intelligent Platforms, Inc.)
    PCIe as a backplane fabric: The system architecture implications.

    Military/Aerospace
     → September 2011
    White Paper: Consumer Market Drives Advances in High-Performance Embedded Computing

    White Paper: Consumer Market Drives Advances in High-Performance Embedded Computing

    Jeff Hoch (GE Intelligent Platforms, Inc.)
    Military and aerospace sector reaps benefits from consumer-led technology developments. The military and aerospace market may be said to have started this situation, first as far back as the late-1970s with the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET) that laid the groundwork for the pack... [read more]

    Subsystems
     → June 2011

    Integrators save with preconfigured subsystems

    COTS application-ready subsystems live up to their names by keeping risk and time to deployment low and technology readiness high.

    Avionics
     → May 2012
    White Paper: VPX for High-Performance Avionic Computers

    White Paper: VPX for High-Performance Avionic Computers

    Akos Csilling (Creative Electronic Systems)
    Traditional high-performance computing platforms are limited by the connection bandwidth and latency between the multiple computing elements needed to achieve the performance targets. For the embedded market, the difficulty is compounded by the demanding environmental requirements. The VPX standard ... [read more]

    UGVs
     → October 2011
    The U.S. Army\'s ability to \

    The U.S. Army's ability to "see first, shoot second" rolls on with UGVs - An interview with Robert Moses, President of iRobot's Government and Industrial Robots division

    Staff (Military Embedded Systems)
    This Q&A with Robert Moses of iRobot introduces Aware 2 software package enabling autonomous features in the "PackBot," which offers a remote presence to warfighters, and all through instructions delivered by an... Xbox controller?

    Virtualization
     → September 2012
    White Paper: Enhancing intelligence in the \'Internet of things\'

    White Paper: Enhancing intelligence in the 'Internet of things'

    Alexander Damisch, Director, Industrial Vertical (Wind River Systems, Inc.)
    With billions of devices becoming connected in the "Internet of things" and sharing data through the cloud, managing complexity is a challenge. The amount of data moving around the Internet is expected to double in just three years. Are you prepared for this date surge? In this paper, we examine th... [read more]

    Security
     → December 2012
    White Paper: Comprehensive Android Security Strategy

    White Paper: Comprehensive Android Security Strategy

    Tim Skutt, Senior Solution Architect (Wind River Systems, Inc.)
    Cyber warfare has swiftly migrated from hacking into enterprise networks and the Internet to targeting, and being triggered from, mobile devices. With the explosion in the number of connected devices, security attacks can now be launched from anywhere, targeting any place. Wind River(r) has combine... [read more]

    InfiniBand
     → March 2012
    RDMA: The Future of High-Speed Fabric Interconnects

    RDMA: The Future of High-Speed Fabric Interconnects

    Ross Newman (GE Intelligent Platforms, Inc.)
    This white paper will explore the merits of InfiniBand architecture as well as methods of optimizing its use.

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