EEMBC started making embedded products list

Remind us briefly why the EEMBC was started, by whom, what its mission is, and what it provides to which industries.

I started EEMBC in 1997 (with some guidance by guys such as Derek Meyer and Geoff Lees) because we realized that there was a clear need in the embedded industry for standardized embedded computer benchmarks that all processor vendors could utilize. At the time, there were de facto standard benchmarks such as the infamous Dhrystone MIPS, but more often than not, processor vendors used their own proprietary benchmarks, which, of course, meant that there was no way to make embedded computer comparisons.

refer to: http://embedded-computing.com/articles/moving-qa-markus-levy-founder-president-eembc/

 

Coping system errors

Engineers working in the embedded development of software for automotive applications will have the opportunity to learn about the latest tools and techniques at Lauterbach’s September Automotive Forum.

Software debug tool company Lauterbach has announced that embedded computers will be holding an Automotive Forum at its head office in Munich. This free, one-day event is open to all English speaking developers and interested parties. The day will include a number of interesting topics presented by a Lauterbach specialist or a guest speaker.

refer to: http://embedded-computing.com/news/lauterbach-software-debugging-workshops/

 

Acrosser will highlight its latest endeavors on 2 major applications: networking and gaming


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acrosser Technology announces our participation in 2013 the Embedded Systems Expo and Conference (ESEC) from May 8th to the 10th. The event will take place at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center in Tokyo, Japan. We warmly invite all customers to come and meet us at the west hall, booth number: WEST 10-61.

 

At the 2013 ESEC, Acrosser will highlight its latest endeavors on 2 major applications: networking and gaming. For networking, the latest Rackmount product from Acrosser, the ANR-IB75N1, will be on display during the entire event. As for gaming applications, Acrosser will exhibit its new All-in-One Gaming BoardAMB-A55EG1. The board features great computing and graphic performance, and high compatibility on multiple operation systems. In addition, Acrosser also stresses its focus on other product lines, including Single Board Computers and In Vehicle Computer AIV-HM76V0FL.

The first big EDA event of the year is the Design and Verification Conference


This seems to be the year for milestone events in the EDA industry, though calculations show some of the “anniversary” designations to be premature. Nevertheless, the first big EDA event of the year is the Design and Verification Conference (DVCon), held in San Jose, CA every February. DVCon celebrated its 10th anniversary this year, after a transformation from HDLcon in 2003, which followed the earlier union of the VHDL International User’s Forum and International Verilog HDL Conference. Those predecessor conferences trace their origins back 25 years and 20 years, respectively.

 

 

 

 

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After DVCon, EDA marketers quickly turn to preparations for the June Design Automation Conference (DAC), perhaps with a warm-up at Design, Automation, and Test in Europe (DATE) in March. DAC is the big show, however, and this year marks the 50th such event (and its 49th anniversary). Phil Kaufman Award winner Pat Pistilli received the EDA industry’s’ highest honor for his pioneer work in creating DAC, which grew from his amusingly-named Society to Help Avoid Redundant Effort (SHARE) conference in 1964.

Milestones inevitably lead to some reflection, but also provide an opportunity to look forward to what the future will bring. In our 2nd annual EDA Digest Resource Guide, we will be asking EDA companies to share what they see as the biggest challenges facing the industry in the next five years, and how the industry will change to meet those challenges. Will future innovations be able to match the impact of the greatest past developments in EDA, which enabled the advances in electronics that we benefit from today?

To put that question in perspective, I’ve been developing a Top 10 list of the most significant developments in the history of EDA, based on my personal experiences over the course of my career. That doesn’t go back quite as far as Pat Pistilli’s, but I have seen many of the major developments in EDA first hand, going back to when I started as an IC designer at Texas Instruments. (This was a few years after we stopped cutting rubylith, in case you were wondering.)

We will also be conducting a survey of readers, and will publish the results in the EDA Digest Resource guide in time for DAC-50. To get things started, here are the first five EDA breakthroughs on my list, roughly in historical order.

1.CALMA GRAPHIC DATA STATION

2.SPICE

3.THE LEVEL 28 TRANSISTOR MODEL, AND HSPICE

4.HARDWARE DESCRIPTION LANGUAGES: VERILOG AND VHDL

5.DESIGN COMPILER

6.ROUNDING OUT THE LIST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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refer to : http://dsp-fpga.com/articles/looking-back-at-the-milestones-as-dac-50-approaches/

Introducing the new systems…

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MicroMax  just announced today it is exhibiting its M-Max 810 PR/MS3, an ATR-based system for avionics, at Embedded World 2013 trrade show.

With The M-Max 810 PR/MS3 high-performance rugged industrial computer provides reliable operation in tough environments includingtransportation (ground, rail, air and marine), mining and processing applications. The fully-ruggedized ATR-type aluminum chassis is fanless and uses natural convection and conduction cooling in accordance with MIL-STD-810 standards. COTS technology components allow configuring the M-Max 810 family to comply with a wide embedded variety of airborne, marine and ground vehicle applications. Providing shock and vibration protection, the Max 810 PR/MS3 can operate under extreme temperatures, dust and humidity. Delivering excellent performance comparable to high-end desktop systems, it also features excellent 2D and 3D graphics capabilities as well as hardware video decoding.

 

refer to :http://embedded-computing.com/news/micromax-exhibited-embedded-world-in-nuremburg/#at_pco=cfd-1.0

Migrating legacy applications to multicor..

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Multicore processors bring significant performance and power usage benefits to embedded systems, but they also add the complexity of multiprocessing to the legacy migration workload. Nonetheless, development teams can successfully manage their transition to multicore by following some straightforward techniques.

1.Port to a portable standard

2.Divide and conquer

3.Leverage the tools

4.Making the transition

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refer:

http://mil-embedded.com/articles/migrating-applications-multicore-not-scary-it-sounds/

Intel Celerons processor include power-saving features

 Intel Celeron Dual-Core processor family is the latest generation of Celeron-branded budget microprocessors. The family was introduced in January 2008, and currently consists of 7 desktop and 9 mobile microprocessors. The Celeron Dual-core family is based on Core microarchitecture, and includes all basic Core features:

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from:

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Celeron_Dual-Core/index.html

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It offers multiple I/O to meet the demand of customer and the size of 3.5 inches can be used in the limited space. In system level, acrosser offers DIN mount to add the convenience for factory user.