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Proof-of-concept partnership to automate NFV test beds

Wind River has announced that it will participate in a Proof-of-Concept (PoC) led by KDDI R&D for automated operation for Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) test beds. The PoC will utilise Wind River Titanium Server as its foundation for demonstrating the deployment of virtual network function. Titanium Server is a carrier grade NFV infrastructure software solution that meets the stringent requirements of the telecomms industry.
21st July 2015

Pre-certified Thread stack provides one stop shopping for smart home connectivity

Freescale Semiconductor is announcing a pre-certified Thread networking stack, compliant to the R1.0 specification recently released to Thread Group members, which will usher in a new level of compelling solutions for the connected home. Freescale’s pre-certified Thread stack carries IP from the cloud to end devices, providing a simpler and more efficient way of connecting devices in the home.
16th July 2015

STB cube provides portable programming

STB cube provides portable programming
Wyplay, creator of software solutions for pay TV operators, and STMicroelectronics, have disclosed their contributions to the development of Canal+ Group "Cube S" Set Top Box (STB), unveiled on 9th June at a keynote event in Paris attended by the press and the top management of Vivendi, Canal+ Group parent company.
30th June 2015


12Gb/s transmissions are a step towards 5G

12Gb/s transmissions are a step towards 5G
In preparation for the next-generation mobile communications 5G system, Fujitsu Laboratories has announced that it has achieved multiple access by multiplexing millimeter-wave beams. This technology will enable simultaneous high-capacity communications for multiple users while minimising reductions in communications speeds.
17th June 2015

Audio solutions feature Google’s Cast-for-Audio technology

Frontier Silicon has signed a co-development agreement with Google. This agreement will see the inclusion of Google’s Cast-for-Audio technology in Frontier’s next-gen connected audio solutions due to ship in the first half of 2016.
15th June 2015

Smartphone SoC provides a rich plethora of features

Smartphone SoC provides a rich plethora of features
MediaTek has announced the launch of the MediaTek Helio P10, a high-performance, high-value SoC focused on the growing demand for slim form-factor smart phones that provide premium, flagship features. The Helio P10 showcases a 2GHz, True Octa-core 64-bit Cortex-A53 CPU and a 700MHz, Dual-core 64-bit Mali-T860 GPU. The Helio P10 will be available Q3 2015 and in consumer products by late 2015.
4th June 2015

The fastest 5G WiFi router platform on the market

An eight-stream 5G WiFi router platform, claimed to be the fastest in the market, has been released by Broadcom. The second generation 5G WiFi XStream MU-MIMO platform delivers an unrivalled 5.4Gb/s of total WiFi data rates. 
3rd June 2015

Modem balances integration & performance

Modem balances integration & performance
CML Microcircuits has released the V.23 Modem Function Image, further increasing the capabilities of the company's CMX7164 Multi-mode Wireless Data Modem portfolio. The V.23 modem enables communication with legacy Telecom systems to support 1200 baud 1 to 8B data blocks with start bit, stop bit and parity generation in transmit and start bit, stop bit and parity checking and removal in receive.
3rd June 2015

IR emitters reach temperatures of up to 1650°C

IR emitters reach temperatures of up to 1650°C
  Although IR technology continues to advance, broadband IR emitters still have their place in many applications as a cheap and reliable source. LASER COMPONENTS now supplies steady state and pulsable emitters from Helioworks made from Kanthal and NiCo or Tungsten.
2nd June 2015

197,000PB of mobile data by 2019, predicts report

Juniper Research has forecast that mobile data traffic generated by smartphones, featurephones and tablets will approach almost 197,000PB by 2019, equivalent to over 10bn Blu-ray movies. However, the research found that only 41% of the data generated by these devices will be carried over cellular networks, the majority of mobile data traffic being offloaded to WiFi networks.
28th May 2015


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