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Monday 4/13

 
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Something happened in February of this year that will change the way security of integrated circuits (ASICs), System on Chips (SoCs), and field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are specified, designed, and verified. The MITRE Corporation released version 4.0 of the Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE?) list, and now there is a new list targeting hardware weaknesses.

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D3 Engineering announced the release of its new DesignCore? Carrier Board. The board was developed so engineers can quickly connect multiple cameras or sensors with the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX module to enable AI at the edge.
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KINGSTAR announced the availability launch of KINGSTAR 3.8, which was designed to help improve motion control functionality.
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WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems (WHIS) and Arm announced the companies will continue their partnership by integrating WHIS into the Arm Functional Safety Partnership Program.
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WINSYSTEMS embedded computers are used in numerous applications around the world to support emergency recovery. For example, in the case of emergency systems, the company?s single-board computers (SBCs) monitor backup battery systems in industrial settings. These aren?t your typical computer UPS controllers, as the battery banks can be massive when powering cellular towers, hospitals, and other crucial infrastructure.

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