Archive for July, 2011

Picochip and Lime power ‘basestation on a card’

Cambridge Consultants develops industry's smallest 2G and 3G femtocell base station Two SouthWest companies - Picochip in Bath and Lime Microsystems in Fleet ...

IPWireless launches full LTE product line for US federal and public safety systems

IPWireless in Chippenham has used a show in the US to launch its new end-to-end LTE product portfolio, aiming at federal government and public safety applications. The ...

FreeRTOS ships on programmable system-on-chip

FreeRTOS - a scaleable realtime kernel designed specifically for small embedded systems that is developed and supported in Bristol - ...

University of Bristol aims to expand its clean room

The University of Bristol is looking to expand its micro-fabrication clean room in the Merchant Venturers School of Engineering ...

Low Power Design needs a system perspective

The NMI recently organised a one day conference in Swindon taking a software perspective on low power hardware design verification. Mike Bartley of ...

The Multicore Challenge II: Programming Multicore Systems

Monday 5th September University of the West of England, Frenchay Campus, Bristol Experts in multicore technology ...

Smarter networks slides up

Missed the last SiliconSouthWest seminar on Smarter Networks? The slides are now available in the archive: http://siliconsouthwest.co.uk/index.php/archive/  

University of Exeter to develop invisibility cloak

Shielding technologies for future wireless systems The University of Exeter is working with three other UK universities on a project to develop ...

Atego at heart of EU safety critical reference tool chain

INTERESTED tool chain significantly reduces the cost and improves the quality and time-to-market of safety-critical embedded systems in Europe The European Union’s three-year INTERESTED (INTERoperable Embedded Systems Tool ...
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