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Wind River to Exhibit at MILCOM 2011

October 31, 2011 7:31 am | Comments

Wind River will exhibit at MILCOM 2011. Wind River will demonstrate the latest embedded software solutions designed for advanced military communication devices. Wind River will be at booth No. #721 featuring aerospace and defense embedded virtualization and Android solutions, highlighting the latest innovations in multicore and secure multi-operating system platforms.

KPI Dashboard and Reporting Engine for 4G Networks Launches

October 31, 2011 7:27 am | Comments

WebNMS unveiled its groundbreaking KPI Dashboard and Reporting Engine for 4G / LTE device and network management. The Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Dashboard is a customizable, widget-based platform that offers NOC operators extraordinaryvisibility into 4G/LTE devices. Demonstrations of the software will be available at the WebNMS Booth #1830 at the 4G World Exhibition.

ORBexpress to Successfully Port Software Defined Radio to Android

October 31, 2011 7:24 am | Comments

Objective Interface Systems announced that Communications Research Centre Canada (CRC) used ORBexpress communications software to achieve a record-time adaption of a complete Software Communications Architecture (SCA) radio system to a handheld Android device. The radio system, including a full core framework and FM waveform application, ran seamlessly while achieving long battery life on a single-core ARM processor.

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Richardson RFPD Expands Global Access to New Products

October 31, 2011 6:53 am | Comments

Richardson RFPD announced enhancements to the “What’s New” page on its website, designed to provide easy and expedited access to the latest information on new products from the industry’s leading suppliers of RF, Wireless and Energy Management components. Interactive graphics on the “What’s New” page link visitors to featured new product details, microsites and supplier-sponsored promotions.

Trick... or Treat?

October 31, 2011 6:49 am | Comments

Communications Research Centre Canada Uses ORBexpress to Successfully Port Software Defined Radio to Android

October 31, 2011 6:34 am | Comments

Objective Interface Systems announced that Communications Research Centre Canada (CRC) used ORB express communications software to achieve a record-time adaption of a complete Software Communications Architecture (SCA) radio system to a handheld Android device. The radio system, including a full core framework and FM waveform application, ran seamlessly while achieving long battery life on a single-core ARM processor.

Physician Prescriptions for ZOLL LifeVest Top 50,000

October 28, 2011 10:33 am | Comments

CHELMSFORD, Mass.--( BUSINESS WIRE )--ZOLL Medical Corporation (NasdaqGS: ZOLL), a manufacturer of medical devices and related software solutions, announced today that more than 50,000 patients at high risk of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) have been prescribed the LifeVest® Wearable Defibrillator.

European Medical Providers Continue to Adopt GE Healthcare’s Vscan in Effort to Transform Their Traditional Healthcare Systems

October 27, 2011 11:47 am | Comments

MILAN--( BUSINESS WIRE )--GE Healthcare’s latest commitment to improving patient care and the global healthcare delivery system was announced today in Milan, Italy as the Lombardia Ministry of Health (MoH) purchased 135 units of GE Healthcare’s pocket-sized, ultrasound medical imaging device Vscan for use by general practitioners in the region.

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Medtronic probes insulin pump risks

October 27, 2011 6:12 am | Comments

(Reuters) - Medtronic Inc has asked software security experts to investigate the safety of its insulin pumps, as a new claim surfaced that at least one of its devices could be hacked to dose diabetes patients with potentially lethal amounts of insulin. While there are no known examples of such a cyber attack on a medical device, Medtronic told Reuters that it was doing "everything it can" to address the security flaws.

Reused pacemakers safe option in poor countries

October 27, 2011 6:07 am | Comments

(Reuters) - Recycled pacemakers donated from U.S. funeral homes could offer a safe way to get the heart devices to people in the developing world who otherwise might not be able to afford them, a U.S. study said. An estimated 1 million to 2 million people around the world die each year because they have no access to a pacemaker, an implanted device that uses electrical pulses to the heart to maintain a normal heartbeat.

Anritsu MasterClaw Being Used at 2011 Pan Ameican Games

October 26, 2011 2:45 pm | Comments

Richardson, TX – Anritsu Company is working with the two largest providers of mobile communications services in Mexico to ensure high-quality, reliable voice and data for spectators, organizers, and competitors in the 2011 Pan American Games, which are being held in Guadalajara, Mexico, October 14-30.

Tektelic and Picochip Collaborate on Small Cell LTE Devices

October 26, 2011 7:28 am | Comments

CALGARY, CANADA & BATH, UK – 26 October 2011 – Picochip and TEKTELIC, developers of high quality and high efficiency cellular radio solutions and micro base stations for CDMA, UMTS, LTE and WiMAX networks, today announced that they are collaborating on a phased development of a new small cell LTE micro eNodeB platform.

element14 Launches Customisable Storage Tool for Online Content

October 26, 2011 7:26 am | Comments

element14, Premier Farnell’s online community for design engineers, recently launched "The Drawer", an innovative online content storage tool for users to capture and collect information as they navigate through the element14 community. The Drawer functionality also extends to the Knode on element14, enabling design engineers to collect and save technical information, parts data and content references from the entire community.

Medtronic heart device has safety issues: FDA staff

October 25, 2011 11:28 am | Comments

(Reuters) - U.S. reviewers said a Medtronic Inc device was effective for treating a common heart rhythm disorder, but they raised concerns about its safety. Medtronic's Cardiac Ablation System is designed to treat persistent atrial fibrillation, a major cause of strokes. But, in documents released on Tuesday, Food and Drug Administration staff expressed concerns about the high rate of stroke found in patients treated with the device.

Customized RFID Tags Introduced by Uson to Speed Throughput of Medical Device Leak Testing

October 25, 2011 5:55 am | Comments

Global medical device manufacturers seeking the highest standards of lean manufacturing for leak-proof medical devices by using RFID tags for parts identification and information tracking can now use a unique electronic label system built by Uson with both standard and custom components tailored to application requirements.

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