Wednesday 5/20

Changing usage models such as automated vehicles, smart factories, streaming video, and cloud-based applications has placed more emphasis on higher bandwidth and shrinking latency. To meet these evolving needs, 5G promises a 100X speed boost compared to 4G LTE, along with latencies that are an order of magnitude or lower. In addition, 5G specifications call for the new network to connect one million devices per square kilometer, more than 100 times as many as before.
TRINAMIC has released the TMC2226, a dynamic two-phase bipolar stepper motor driver that delivers supply voltages ranging from 4.75 to 29V and a peak current of up to 2.8A.
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IAR Systems' C-Trust security development tools now supports a range of additional MCUs from NXP Semiconductors, including K22/24/64/V65/V58, and i.MX RT1064 crossover devices.
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The second embedded PC from the MX1 series from ICP Deutschland is equipped with the 1151 processor socket and the Intel C246 chipset.
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Mentor's Calibre nmPlatform, Calibre xACT extraction tool, Analog FastSPICE Platform, and other IC design technologies have been certified to TSMC?s N5 and N6 process technologies.
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UDOO BOLT GEAR is the latest release in SECO's UDOO family of boards. It is a hand-size Arduino-compatible Mini PC based on an AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 Processor, a 4-cores, 8-threads CPU.
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Toradex's Colibri and Apalis i.MX 8X-based system on modules now support the Torizon industrial embedded Linux software platform.
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Swissbit Holding AG, a Swiss embedded storage provider, is to be acquired by private investment firm Ardian.
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Spirent Communications, a provider of test, assurance, and analytics solutions for next-generation devices and networks, announced that it has been approved by Amazon as an Authorized Test Lab for Alexa Built-in devices.
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During this pandemic, most people are focused on the U.S., or more likely, their own specific region of the country. But pandemic by definition means something that?s global. I decided to check in with a different part of the world. In this Special COVID-19 Edition of Embedded Executive, I spoke to Stefan Skarin, the CEO of IAR Systems, who lives and works in Sweden.
Stefan Skarin


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