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The Renesas EK-RA6M3G is headlined by the company's new Arm-based RA microcontroller family, a 4.3" TFT capacitive-touch LCD display, 2D graphics engine, Secure Crypto Engine IP, certification to Level 1 of Arm's Platform Security Architecture (PSA), and a robust end-to-end ecosystem of software and tools providers.


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Solid State Disks (SSD), a storage systems design, development and integration company, has launched HotBackup, a solid state live-host backup solution suited for process and mission-critical legacy computer systems.
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The latest version adds 23 extensions to the Vulkan API that provide access to new hardware functionality, increase application performance, and improve overall usability. All GPUs that support previous versions of Vulkan are compatible with Vulkan 1.2.
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The home was entirely printed and built onsite using less than $6000 in materials. Future print-time is expected to be cut in half on their next projects, due to ARCS enhancements implemented post construction.
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In this edition of the Embedded Insiders podcast, Brandon and Rich continue their journey into the world of open source, this time by focusing on Z-Wave that was recently donated to the community by Silicon Labs (who acquired the networking technology from Sigma Designs).


Later, the Embedded Insiders are joined by Laurens Slats from The Things Industries, who continues the discussion of open source networking technologies by outlining the state of LoRa and LoRaWAN.

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