SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA. KIOXIA America, Inc. recently announced sampling of high-performing JEDEC e-MMC Ver. 5.1-compliant embedded flash memory products for consumer applications. The new devices are integrated with an updated version of KIOXIA’s BiCS FLASH 3D flash memory and a controller in a single package to help decrease processor workload and improve usability.
In our last article, we broke down the debugging process and its many woes, but also reviewed some tools and tips to make it as easy and painless as possible. Where debugging is the process of finding bugs that you know exist in your code, quality assurance testing is when you find bugs that you weren’t aware of.
We all know the suffering that is the debugging process. The hours spent banging your head against the desk… the sleepless nights spent screaming into the void over three lines of code… the moment when you realize that you sacrificed your firstborn child just to find out that you were missing a single semicolon. Coding is sometimes pain.
At this stage of your project, you’ve not only meticulously chosen and gathered materials, resources, tools, and an IDE that’s suitable for your project; but you’ve also created your pseudocode roadmap. And now, finally, it’s time to begin the real coding.
Every step in this process has built on knowing what the plan is for your code. But we have one final planning step that will help ensure you know exactly where you’re going when you do start writing code before it’s time to get into the trenches of writing code: pseudo-coding
In the last installment of this series, we reviewed the crucial steps of identifying and acquiring a development stack and tools that work best for you and your project’s needs. This time, we’ll be getting into choosing and configuring your development environment, and how the choices you’ve been making so far will help you determine what that looks like.
In this section, we’ll look at a new set of essential questions to ask yourself to determine what sort of workspace you’ll need to actually begin developing your software.
One thing every engineer — whether you’re a beginner, hobbyist, or pro — will need to do at some point is conceptualize a project. But what does that process look like from start to finish? Where do you even begin? Well, we’ve got you covered.
SAN FRANCISCO. IOTech recently announced the general availability of Edge Connect, a solution designed for acquiring large amounts of data in complex multi-protocol industrial environments. Industrial IoT applications play significant roles in sectors like manufacturing and energy, but before organizations can benefit from these applications, they must first connect the edge devices and collect that data — a complex and time-consuming process. Edge Connect aims to simplify this process to enable fast deployment of new edge-based use cases.
Semtech and Kairos Implement Leak Detection Systems to Preserve Historic Ghirardelli Square Building - NewsAugust 03, 2023
CAMARILLO, CALIFORNIA. Semtech Corporation and Kairos recently announced a joint effort to improve water monitoring and leak protection efforts at San Francisco's Ghirardelli Square. The collaboration features Kairos’ leak detection strip sensors and gateways, which are based on Semtech’s LoRa technology, run on a LoRaWAN network, and can enable real-time monitoring capabilities via cloud connection.
Premio Inc. recently released the BCO-1000-EHL, an industrial-grade fanless industrial mini computer designed as an alternative to Intel's discontinued NUC Mini PCs. The BCO-1000-EHL, supported by Intel 11th Gen Celeron J Series (Elkhart Lake) processors, aims to enable low-power processing in harsh industrial environments, as well as performance boosts to space-constrained applications such as telematics, transportation, automation systems, industrial controls, and more at the rugged edge.
Vecow recently announced the availability of its VCM-1000, a high-performance embedded system powered by 13th Gen Intel Core i9/i7/i5/i3 processors and designed for use in edge AI applications. The system's 2U half-rack size and range of I/O interfaces make it a suitable solution for space-constrained applications in environments such as digital factories, mobile robots, public security, and more.
PARIS. ZettaScale Technology recently announced the availability of Zetta, a platform designed to unify communication, storage, and computation across the spectrum from microcontrollers to data centers. Zetta is cloud agnostic and supports the provisioning, monitoring, and managing of infrastructure from cloud to microcontroller and back.
“We had a customer that was looking to get COMs for their products,” says Dan Millar, CMO of MistyWest, a design and engineering firm headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia. “If I remember right, the order was delayed three times then ultimately just outright canceled.
MUNICH, Germany. Infineon Technologies AG recently introduced the first generation of its ISOFACE™ dual-channel digital isolators, which are designed for robust high-voltage isolation and are pin-to-pin compatible with offerings from other suppliers.
FREDERICK, Maryland. Spirent Communications plc recently announced the Spirent Mobile Test Platform (MTP), an over-the-air (OTA) performance monitoring solution designed to bring the network edge into the complete end-to-end test and monitoring landscape. The small form factor solution provides edge service monitoring and full remote management.
PARIS, France. Sequans Communications S.A. recently introduced Taurus 5G NR, a chipset platform for use in 5G broadband IoT devices that support applications such as portable hotspots, fixed wireless access, video surveillance, mobile computing, and high-end industrial IoT.
PHOENIX – Avnet, Inc. and Fujikura recently released a 5G FR2 phased array antenna development platform for mmWave frequency bands that enables development and prototyping of advanced 5G mmWave systems using AMD ZynqTM UltraScale+™ RFSoC Gen3 and Fujikura’s FutureAccess™ Phased Array Antenna Module (PAAM), controlled by the Avnet RFSoC Explorer® MATLAB dashboard.
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY – KIOXIA Europe GmbH recently announced new high-performing UFS (Universal Flash Storage) Ver. 4.0 embedded flash memory devices that provide fast transfer speeds in a small package size and are designed for a range of next-gen mobile applications. The improved performance enabled by these devices allows applications to utilize 5G’s connectivity benefits like faster downloads and reduced lag time.
Rockwell Automation and Avid Solutions Partner to Accelerate and Scale Green Hydrogen Production - NewsMay 19, 2023
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. Rockwell Automation, Inc. announced a collaboration with Avid Solutions, Inc., to help companies produce Green Hydrogen (H2). Avid Solutions is delivering Green H2 solutions for electrolyzers, H2 liquefaction, and plant automation services.