NTE has announced the launch of its brand new website, www.nteinc.com . The website features a fresh new look that provides online visitors with significant improvement in navigation and easier accessibility to locate product information. The website contains an improved user-friendly intelligent product search box in the top header bar.
Mouser Electronics announced that it has partnered with Everspin Technologies for worldwide distribution. With demand for Everspin’s Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory (MRAM) spreading across a wide array of commercial and industrial applications, Mouser’s partnership with Everspin represents a sharp competitive edge for design engineers and buyers.
Ontology Systems has been recognised in a new Gartner report: ‘Market Trends: Worldwide, OSS and BSS Help Bridge the Customer Experience Gap, 2011’ – a comprehensive analysis of the preparedness of Communications service providers (CSPs) existing operations support system (OSS) and business support system (BSS) infrastructures to manage the need to gain better insights into customer behaviour and act on them.
The growth of the wireless communication market has a ripple effect on the wireless test equipment market, as increased mobility and Internet access through mobile phones are expected to raise the demand for wireless test equipment solutions. Long-term evolution (LTE), the next step in the evolution of mobile networks, delivers high data rates of up to 100Mbps.
Aito Technologies are set to show conference delegates at OSS-BSS World Summit in London next month how users of the Aito Customer Experience Analytics solution have radically changed the way they understand their customers. Attendees at the event will be able to experience Aito’s product, Aito CEA, and see how it unifies business, network, product and customer data for real-time analysis, discovery and reporting.
( www.wired.com ) Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are developing a tool to mine aircraft black boxes for valuable data after every flight, something they say will improve daily operations and prevent accidents. An airplane’s black box, or flight data recorder, continuously records performance data and other information during flight.
FreeWave Technologies announced a new suite of IO Expansion products to help customers achieve optimal performance, faster ROI and customization for communication networks. FreeWave’s IO Expansion modules increase the degree of monitoring, control and optimization, and offer the most flexible and easily expandable wired and wireless IO available in the market today.
This new generation of remote controls, based on ZigBee RF4CE, is rolling out for TV sets, home entertainment systems and set top boxes and for the remotes that control them. Infrared (IR) remote controls are disappearing and are being replaced by new ZRC (ZigBee RF4CE Control) remotes that use radio instead.
The Electronic Components Industry Association announces the release of a new joint standard developed by both ECIA (representing the passive electronic components industry) and JEDEC - The Solid-State Technology Association. The standard designated as JS709 is entitled, “Low-Halogen” Passives and Solid-State Devices (Removal of BFR/CFR/PVC).
This is the second in a series of interviews with Top Technologists at Freescale explaining their technology innovations. In this video Processor Core & Platform Development Engineer, Dac Pham, explains how he and his team created and designed QorIQ Qonverge processors for the wireless networks for tomorrow, which combines multiple Power Architecture cores and high-performance StarCore DSPs.
Product Line Enables iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone To Become Either a Spectrum Analyzer or a Dynamic Power MeterSeptember 14, 2011 5:19 am | Comments
Oscium today unveiled a breakthrough product line for the iOS Test industry that enables iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone to now become either a spectrum analyzer or a dynamic power meter…or both. Oscium’s first-to-market product, iMSO-104, successfully merged a mixed signal oscilloscope and the iOS family of products using the 30-pin dock connector.
Interop Technologies announced that two leading regional wireless operators, Inland Cellular and Thumb Cellular, have selected Interop’s hosted Commercial Mobile Service Provider (CMSP) Gateway to comply with the government’s new Commercial Mobile Alert System (CMAS) initiative. Interop’s hosted CMAS solution enables the operators to transmit government-issued public safety and weather alert messages to their subscribers while avoiding the expense and complexity of an on-network system.
After introducing his students to AWR’s Microwave Office software, Dr. Francesco Fornetti, Researcher and Professor at the University of Bristol’s (UK) Center for Communications Research/Wireless Research Lab, commented, “the students completed graduate-level simulation tasks with time to spare, leaving them ample time to design, tune and optimize circuit performance.
by Ronen Jashek, VP of Marketing, Siano With the creation of the Mobile Digital TV (MDTV) Forum, the membership category of the Open Mobile Video Coalition (OMVC), mobile digital TV in the U.S. gained an important new advocate. While MDTV development in the U.S. looks to have a bright future, there is still significant work to be done on resolving issues such as station availability cataloging, system development, testing and certification before nationwide adoption can become a reality.
AT4 wireless announces it can already provide all accredited testing services for BLE (Bluetooth low energy) devices. The Bluetooth SIG has just published the latest version of the TCRL (Test Case Reference List) document. In this last version new testing requirements will become active and mandatory.