Vivante announces collaboration with China's ICT
Vivante Corporation has announced a collaborative relationship with the Institute of Computing Technology (ICT) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
This long-term development partnership will enable ICT and Vivante to integrate their respective CPU and GPU designs into a cost-efficient, low-power system on chip (SoC) and advance netbook technology for the next generation.
ICT, which specialises in comprehensive research into computer science and technology in China, successfully produced China's first general-purpose digital computer and is a research-and-development base for high-performance, low-power computer technology in China.
ICT research focuses on strategic, advanced and fundamental contributions towards industry innovation, national needs and market demands.
National Instruments (NI) has introduced 10 pieces of application intellectual property (IP) that enable engineers and scientists to use the Labview system design software to build their own custom radio-frequency (RF) instruments.
Multipix Imaging has launched the compact and simple-to-integrate Iport Analogue-Pro IP engine, which is suitable for any application requiring a networked camera system.
The Iport Analogue-Pro IP engine from Multipix Imaging is designed to transmit high-quality video from analogue cameras with low, predictable latency over Gigabit Ethernet.
This white paper from Schurter Systems is entitled ‘IP Protection of Power Plug Connections in Devices in Accordance with IEC 60529’. There are increasing requirements for higher dust or splash water impermeability and therefore a rise in demand for components with equal properties.
Available from Framos Electronics, Pleora Technologies’ Iport PT2000-CLM IP engine is designed to provide high-performance ultra-efficient connectivity between Medium Camera Link cameras and GigE links.