Monthly Archives: February 2014

RIoTboard – Revolutionizing the Internet of Things

The RIoTboard open source development platform is a low-cost, fully-featured, single-board computer developed to address the needs of demanding applications requiring high levels of processing power on an open source platform. The RIoTboard is a fully-featured development platform with just

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Marvell announces 64-bit Armada PXA 1928 SoC

Source: Android Authority Marvell also has something of the 64-bit variety to show us this week, with its new Armada system-on-chip. The new Armada PXA 1928 is based on the new ARMv8 architecture and features four 1.5GHz Cortex A53 cores, accompanied

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64-Bit SoC Mobile Processor Integrates Five-Mode Modem

Source: Electronic Design Marvell’s ARMADA Mobile PXA1928 64-bit mobile system-on-a-chip (SoC) with production-ready five-mode modem is a Long Term Evolution (LTE) solution that supports mobile broadband standards such as LTE TDD/FDD, High Speed Packet Access Puls (HSPA+), Time Division HSPA+

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Vivante Creates Secure GPUs

Source: Design & Reuse Data and device security play a very important role in today’s always connected lifestyle. The proliferation of devices found at home, at work, in the car, and all around us (i.e IoT) blur the lines between

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Freescale Wearable Reference Platform (WaRP)

Source: WaRPboard.org WaRPboard.org is a nonprofit community based organization providing service and support for the wearables reference platform. The solution’s hardware and software will be open sourced and community driven. No closed development tools or licensing fees are required when

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Freescale launches $149 Android wearables platform

Source: CNET Freescale Semiconductor, a maker of small, low-power processors, has announced an effort based on a $149, Android-powered, open-source electronics board to try to help hardware developers build its chips into wearable computing devices.

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