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  • embedded hardware
     → July/August 2016
    Clock-throttling isn\'t the answer: Innovative thermal design supports real-time military application needs

    Clock-throttling isn't the answer: Innovative thermal design supports real-time military application needs

    Rick Neil (General Micro Systems)
    The extended temperature requirements of many military applications often mean slowing down the clock of a hot CPU. Clock-throttling of today's powerful processors works against military users' needs for high performance, but reliability and size/weight requirements of typical systems leave them few... [read more]

    cyber
     → Winter 2017

    Cybersecurity insecurity

    Jerry Gipper (Editorial Director)
    I had a chance to attend an IEEE cybersecurity presentation recently and left wanting to ditch all my computers and smartphones to move into the deep woods as far off the grid as possible. The presentation included very high-level demonstrations of several common methods that attackers use to gain a... [read more]

    cyber
     → March 2018

    Hardware full disk encryption technology for military applications using two-layer commercial solutions

    Bob Lazaravich (Mercury Systems); Philip Fulmer (Mercury Systems)
    While the consumer market promotes rapid adoption of new microelectronics with ever-shortening product life cycles, the military market demands risk mitigation and long-term supply continuity - even for commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) parts modified or screened to military requirements. Given the ad... [read more]

    LTE
     → April 2016
    White Paper: LTE and Bluetooth in-device coexistence with WLAN

    White Paper: LTE and Bluetooth in-device coexistence with WLAN

    Staff (Rohde & Schwarz GmbH)
    Modern mobile phones can support cellular and noncellular wireless communications standards at the same time. This means, however, that the subsystems must operate in very close proximity to each other within a single device (in-device coexistence). The resulting high level of reciprocal leakage can... [read more]

    Embedded software
     → April 2016
    White Paper: Developing Secure Embedded Software

    White Paper: Developing Secure Embedded Software

    Staff (PRQA)
    Any organization that ignores the warning signs of increased cyber attacks is likely to suffer economic consequences when it becomes the next target. This paper explains why some commonly used approaches to incorporating security into software development lifecycles typically fail and outlines a dev... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → February/March 2016

    Long live VME!

    Aaron Frank (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions )
    While the "V" in "VME" actually stands for "Versa" (as in "Versa Module Eurocard"), it could arguably also stand - especially in the defense and aerospace commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) market - for "venerable." For the decades prior to the advent of the VPX architecture in 2006, VME was unquestion... [read more]

    Automotive
     → March 2017
    White Paper: Key Considerations for Powertrain HIL Test

    White Paper: Key Considerations for Powertrain HIL Test

    Author (National Instruments)
    HIL simulation meticulously tests embedded control devices in a virtual environment before proceeding to real-world tests of the complete system.

    Automotive systems
     → June 2016
    White Paper: Key Considerations for Powertrain HIL Test

    White Paper: Key Considerations for Powertrain HIL Test

    Author (National Instruments)
    Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation is a real-time test technique used to test embedded control devices more efficiently. This whitepaper covers recommended best practices for powertrain HIL testing.

    Embedded software
     → Spring 2016
    Adding advanced server-management features to ATCA IPMCs

    Adding advanced server-management features to ATCA IPMCs

    Mark Overgaard (Pentair Electronics Protection )
    With substantial convergent forces pushing data center and network center functionality together, AdvancedTCA (ATCA) server blades can further strengthen their management credentials by adding advanced server-management facilities at the hardware platform management (HPM) level.

    Embedded software
     → June 2016

    10 Gigabit backplane Ethernet for embedded supercomputers

    Andrew McCoubrey (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    Designers of next-generation high-performance embedded computing (HPEC) solutions for demanding intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) systems applications got a boost from the introduction of Intel's multicore Xeon D system-on-chip (SoC) processor earlier in 2016. This device provides... [read more]

    Cloud
     → December 2016
    White Paper: The Intel(r) IoT Platform - Architecture Specification, Internet of Things (IoT)

    White Paper: The Intel(r) IoT Platform - Architecture Specification, Internet of Things (IoT)

    Staff (Intel)
    Connect nearly any type of device to the cloud. System Architecture Specification to help in the development and deployment of IoT solutions.

    VME
     → Winter 2017

    Intel's Xeon-D 10 Gig connectivity drives demand for VITA 76 connector high-speed signal integrity

    Mike Southworth (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    The recent introduction of Intel's first Xeon System-on-a-Chip (SoC) device, the Xeon-D (codenamed "Broadwell DE"), dramatically changes the range of options for designers of high-performance small-form-factor (SFF) mission computers. Compared to earlier Core/Atom devices, the Xeon-D provides more c... [read more]

    Flash
     → November 2016
    White Paper: Rugged flash memory: Anatomy of an industrial storage device

    White Paper: Rugged flash memory: Anatomy of an industrial storage device

    Steve Larrivee (Cactus Tech)
    The industrial grade flash drives, unlike consumer and enterprise flash drives, boast superior memory, physical construction, and controller architecture and firmware design

    Embedded software
     → Spring
    The road to achieving teraflop-scale computing in AdvancedTCA

    The road to achieving teraflop-scale computing in AdvancedTCA

    Martijn de Gouw (Prodrive Technologies); Eric van Uden (Prodrive Technologies); Andre van Herk (Prodrive Technologies)
    The proposal: Develop a high-performance machine vision design for use in an industrialized environment, requiring overall high availability and reliability. The challenge: To develop a high-density imaging platform that could scale up to multiple 42U racks.

    Connected Devices
     → March 2016
    White Paper:  Limitless: How device manufacturers are building a new future with smart connected devices

    White Paper: Limitless: How device manufacturers are building a new future with smart connected devices

    Staff (Microsoft )
    The Internet of Things (IoT) has split manufacturing businesses wide open, blurring the distinction between hardware and software and creating once in a lifetime opportunity for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). For OEMs who have experienced cost and commoditization pressures, the news could... [read more]

    LTE
     → Fall/Winter 2017

    Collaboration equals innovation

    Jessica Isquith (President of PICMG)
    What continues to make PICMG successful as a standards body is our community of members and your collaboration in pursuit of innovation. As officers of PICMG, our mission is to shepherd and encourage that collaboration, making sure that the process moves along and that member voices are heard. The s... [read more]

    IoT
     → December 2016
    White Paper: Developing Solutions for the Internet of Things

    White Paper: Developing Solutions for the Internet of Things

    Staff (Intel)
    In the future nearly every device will need built-in secure, interconnected intelligence, as will the supporting network and cloud. IoT building blocks from Thing to Cloud.

    FMC
     → Spring/Summer 2016
    Very high-speed sampling and serial ADCs in embedded systems

    Very high-speed sampling and serial ADCs in embedded systems

    Thierry Wastiaux (Interface Concept)
    Latest-generation active electronically scaled array (AESA) radar systems can have thousands of TX/RX modules. High bandwidth is needed to connect each array element data converter to the FPGAs that process incoming and generate outgoing data streams. New software-defined radio systems use advanced ... [read more]

    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]

    xTCA
     → Spring 2017
    Recent developments based on PICMG xTCA for Physics standards

    Recent developments based on PICMG xTCA for Physics standards

    Ray Larsen (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory); Kay Rehlich (DESY); Andrew Young (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)
    The xTCA for Physics PICMG standards work began in 2009 after several years of investigation into the suitability of ATCA as a controls platform for several new accelerators then under consideration.

    Bluetooth
     → October 2016
    White Paper: How Bluetooth Low-Energy Technology Powers the IoT

    White Paper: How Bluetooth Low-Energy Technology Powers the IoT

    Staff (Silicon Laboratories Inc.)
    How low power consumption, pre-certified and affordable components, and Bluetooth smart technology are helping to build a more connected world.

    xTCA
     → Spring 2017
    PICMG standards adoption growing in Asia, Europe with COM Express leading the way

    PICMG standards adoption growing in Asia, Europe with COM Express leading the way

    John McHale (Group Editorial Director)
    Leaders of PICMG say that their standards continue to grow in adoption across the globe, with COM Express making huge inroads in Asia and Internet of Things (IoT) markets while CompactPCI Serial grows in acceptance in Europe.

    Test and Measurement
     → May 2017
    White Paper: Hardware and Measurement Abstraction Layers

    White Paper: Hardware and Measurement Abstraction Layers

    Staff (National Instruments)
    "just fix it in software" Hardware abstraction layers (HALs) and measurement abstraction layers (MALs) are some of the most effective design patterns to make test software as adaptable as the hardware.

    Security
     → June 2016
    White Paper: Security for the Internet of Things

    White Paper: Security for the Internet of Things

    Staff (Harbor Research and Dell)

    Operating systems
     → February 2016
    White Paper: Where Does FAT Fail?

    White Paper: Where Does FAT Fail?

    Thom Denholm, Technical Product Manager (Datalight, Inc.)
    FAT is used in many embedded systems, but is it vulnerable to corruption? Learn if FAT-based devices are reliable enough to trust with your important data.

    Signal processing
     → January 2016

    RF tiptoes into the embedded world

    Lorne Graves (Mercury Systems )
    DoD has challenged microwave designers with creating subsystems with performance at or in some cases beyond the state of the art - and were just happy to get something that works, even at high cost.

    COM Express
     → Fall/Winter 2017
    Seeking a unified hardware approach for IIoT control

    Seeking a unified hardware approach for IIoT control

    Brandon Lewis (Technology Editor )
    Although the Internet of Things (IoT) has emerged in every market segment, its implementation varies widely. In the Industrial IoT (IIoT), for example, a much more robust, reliable set of technologies is required than in the consumer world. Here, technology standards organizations will play an impor... [read more]

    Flash
     → February 2017
    White Paper: A locked BOM is critical in industrial-grade flash storage designs

    White Paper: A locked BOM is critical in industrial-grade flash storage designs

    Steve Larrivee (Cactus Technologies)
    Reliability, endurance, and longer lifecycles are the key requirements in industrial SSD designs. This whitepaper shows how bill-of-material (BOM) control ensures that embedded storage devices can efficiently operate in harsh environments for many years without a disruption.

    SSD
     → March 2016
    White Paper: A complete embedded storage solution that is both cost-effective and high-performance

    White Paper: A complete embedded storage solution that is both cost-effective and high-performance

    Staff (Silicon Motion)
    Over the past few years, an increasing number of solid state storage drives (SSDs) have been appearing in consumer devices. Not surprisingly, servers are now utilizing SSD's superior performance to keep pace with dramatic increase in data traffic - a task that traditional hard disk drives (HDDs) sim... [read more]

    Interface
     → Spring 2016

    PICMG standards updates, improvements

    Joe Pavlat (Editorial Director)
    Below are highlights from the current efforts of the PICMG technical community to update and improve a number of popular PICMG standards.

    LTE
     → Spring 2018

    PICMG standards key to embedded computing industry

    Jessica Isquith (President of PICMG)
    The annual PICMG resource guide showcases how important PICMG [PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group] standards have been and continue to be to the embedded computing industry. It represents all of the group's standards and reflects the multitude of offerings showcased at this year's Embedded ... [read more]

    embedded hardware
     → January 2016

    Designing COTS for data security

    Charlotte Adams (Abaco Systems)
    FPGA technology, for example, can be used to provide a "security hub" around which an antitamper strategy can be built.

    IoT
     → September 2016
    White Paper: Delivering an Efficient Internet of Things

    White Paper: Delivering an Efficient Internet of Things

    Scott Sinclair, Senior Storage Analyst (Dell (Licensed from ESG))
    As businesses become ever more reliant on data, competitive advantage shifts in favor of organizations that can wield that data more efficiently and effectively.

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