Video – The Growing Online Medium of Choice

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Video – The Growing Online Medium of Choice

For B2B marketers, the complaint with most digital ad formats has always been… IMPACT. Many major studies of online and digital ad spends predict continued growth in online video advertising spends. The consumer space we will see a distorted adoption, as they are already comfortable with use of video in TV broadcast and on-demand advertising. They also benefit from existing video content and production channels. What about us – why now? The biggest barrier has always been audience vs. cost…

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Review of Folio’s B2B Revenue Report

As The RTC Group reflects on its strategies for 2014, we review the results of both our own internal research and that of the general B2B market. Folio Magazine continues to provide some helpful insights on where sophisticated marketers are pointing their efforts, and in many ways their research supports what The RTC Group sees happening in the industry. Below is Folio’s B2B Media Revenue Report for the past few years. Tradeshows continue to account for nearly half of total…

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2014 RTECC Exhibitor and Sponsorship Registration

We have released our 2014 RTECC exhibitor and sponsor registration information. Take a moment to download, complete and return to make sure you are included in our 2014 tour of events. This year we will return to 15 cities in North America and expand one additional location in Northern California. Download Registration Form

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RTC LAUNCHES THE HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING CONFERENCE

Reacting to industry demands The RTC Group launches the HPC Conference to be held in conjunction with the Real-Time and Embedded Computing Conference. The High Performance Computing Conference (or HPC Conference) was conceived through a number of round table discussions with performance leading companies looking to capitalize on the market shifts currently occurring in the embedded space.  The 2013 success of combining the RTECC events with Sensors Expo was the obvious progression to consider the whole picture and how “new-world”…

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FPGAs and JTAG – A Look at Some Developments

Taking a short break from what may be seen as our tendency to concentrate on the “snazziest” looking developments in technology, let’s look at some interesting developments in the world of mid- to lower-range FPGAs. By that we mean devices with 150k or fewer logic elements that are in growing demand for an increasing variety of system uses. Far from the “glue logic” of old, these devices are taking on roles in aerospace and defense and industrial automation as well…

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Functional Safety through CompactPCI in Mass Transit Computing Systems

With the ongoing shift from analog technologies to computer-driven operations, functional safety is becoming an increasingly more important element in the design of electronic systems. Errors or failures in mass transportation can result in loss of life or cause major damage to the environment as well as to property. Each transportation industry segment, from railways and buses to ships and airplanes, has its own safety criteria, typically backed by mandated standards to ensure proper operation and passenger safety.

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TOP-DOWN MILITARY TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

DESIGNING AT THE SYSTEM-TO-SYSTEM LEVEL: THE INDUSTRY’S NEW CHALLENGE View PDF Here LIKE IT OR NOT THINGS ARE CHANGING IN HOW MILITARY PROGRAMS ARE SELECTED, MANAGED AND ARCHITECTED. BUDGET SHIFTS AND AN INCREASING FOCUS ON PLATFORM ELECTRONICS IN DELIVERABLE SYSTEMS DEMANDS THE USE OF THE LATEST AND MOST COST EFFECTIVE ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY. HAVING CRITICAL PLATFORM DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGY IS NOT ONLY KEY FOR PLATFORM ARCHITECTS BUT ALSO FOR SYSTEM DEVELOPERS DESIGNING SYSTEMS FOR THESE PLATFORMS. Winners in the next decade of…

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In the Defense Market, the Fight Goes on against Counterfeit ICs

The impact of counterfeit components in the military supply chain is widely known and has led to several incidents in which the safety of military personnel has been compromised, requiring significantly expensive fixes. It is clear that both the government and electronics industry have seen enough of these examples of the danger of counterfeit components to cause great concern. As a result, both have increased their efforts to combat it, with some notable successes. Counterfeiters, and those who enable the…

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