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VPX at Light Speed – Optical Brings 100 Gigabits to Backplane Architectures

With the emergence of backplane data communication at PCI Express (PCIe) Gen3 and 10/40 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) speeds, it’s becoming more and more likely that backplane I/O will require support at similar bandwidths. Certainly chassis-to-chassis connections will need to be accomplished at the same bandwidth, and because copper cables of useful lengths are not practical above 3 Gbit/s, applications will be turning increasingly to optical cables for high-speed external data connections.

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Displays and Panel PCs Help Connect the Networked Military

Despite the ever tightening military budgets affecting today’s ongoing programs, the move to more advanced display technologies continues to be strong. There are two main reasons for that. On the one hand there’s a fundamental shift in technology network-centric operations. Meanwhile, there’s an acknowledgement that a reduced military will need to increase its situational awareness capabilities, and that sharing and display of information feeds into that trend.

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VICTORY Standard Eliminates Costly Vehicle Redundancies

The Vehicle Integration for C4ISR/EW Interoperability (VICTORY) initiative has as its main goal the reduction of SWAP-C on ground vehicles. VICTORY takes aim at the current issues such as redundant functionality, networking and interoperability by defining an approach for commonality through Gigabit Ethernet networking, standard connectors and well-defined electrical interfaces. The effort, jointly undertaken by a combination of participants from government, industry and academia, was begun in May 2010 with a first goal of defining a deployable 1.0 specification the…

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How Fast Can You Design an Embedded System with SoC FPGAs?

A new generation of devices integrates a popular microprocessor architecture—most popularly an ARM core—with its own extensive dedicated peripherals set, a large FPGA fabric with dedicated SRAM blocks and math blocks, and dedicated external interfaces for high-speed serial and high-speed parallel memory controllers.

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ISS RTECC Delivers Experts to Santa Clara Engineers

The well-known road show tour launches January 24 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, bringing an impressive group of experts together under one roof for software and hardware engineers looking to stay on the cutting-edge. Exhibitors include leading vendors such as AMD, Intel, ARM, Kontron and 150 more experts. Plus, a Pavilion Showcase will be front and center from PC/104, PICMG, VITA, WDL Systems and several key members. The conference program has a stellar line-up with Jim St. Leger from…

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RTC Group Taps Renowned Defense Programs Editor

SAN CLEMENTE, CALIF., DECEMBER 05, 2012 – RTC Group, Inc. (RTC), foremost supplier of marketing resources to the embedded computing industry and publisher of the military electronics industry’s leading technology publication – COTS Journal – announces Johnny Keggler will be joining the COTS Journal editorial team to produce the Military Intelligent Systems Journal, a supplement to COTS Journal.

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