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.
Programmable devices with embedded CPU cores provide an effective means for addressing a wide range of design challenges that are difficult or costly to solve with just hardware or software alone. These devices combine digital and analog hardware resources that can be reprogrammed to provide the exact functionality you need.
M2M systems for managing individual fleets of vehicles may be just the beginning. Expanding the concept and ecosystem to include connectivity to other vehicles, signals, road condition data, law enforcement and more may herald a transformation of the way we think of transportation.
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 Intel as the Luncheon Keynote; an M2M Panel Discussion with Cisco, Wind River, Intel, and Lilee Systems; and a sit-down roundtable talk with Jeff Munch, Joe Pavlat, and Jerry Gipper who represent PC/104, PCMIG and VITA respectively. Over 30 breakout sessions and workshops in 7 tracks provide attendees a wide array of topics to choose from, while a new product launch will also be announced at noon. Make time for the ISS RTECC Santa Clara event and learn how to benefit from BIG changes in the embedded arena. Guest registration is now open.
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.
SAN CLEMENTE, CALIF., December 11, 2012 – RTC Group, Inc.,—foremost supplier of marketing resources to the embedded computing industry and publisher of premier industry technology publications including RTC, MEDS and COTS Journal —announces industry leader Clarence Peckham has joined the RTC Group’s editorial team.