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Microsemi: 300K LE PolarFire device delivers lowest power at mid-range densities

first_img Continue Reading Previous Toshiba: surface-mount brushed motor driver IC offers advanced error handlingNext Apacer: industrial-grade USB drives provide full data protection Microsemi Corporation announced its first cost-optimized, low power, mid-range PolarFire FPGA device is now production-qualified. With 300K logic elements (LEs), the second largest device in the family targets a variety of applications in the communications, defense, industrial and aviation markets. The company also announced full Libero SoC Design Suite support for PolarFire devices, giving designers the ability to design in any member of the family.PolarFire FPGAs have now been adopted by dozens of customers in key communications, defense and industrial infrastructure market segments, and early access customers are moving into early production qualification with the family. These systems have a substantially lower cost of ownership, as the PolarFire family enables significantly lower power consumption and an ability to operate in harsher thermal environments.Microsemi’s PolarFire FPGA enables customers to forego purchasing higher end FPGAs to obtain the SerDes performance needed for their designs while offering lower power, mid-range capabilities that offer significant advantages over competing devices in several application areas. The PolarFire family provides a variety of solutions for mid-range and low-density FPGAs as well as complex programmable logic devices.Microsemi’s new cost-optimized PolarFire FPGAs deliver the industry’s lowest power at mid-range densities with exceptional security and reliability. The award-winning product family features 12.7 Gbps SerDes transceivers at up to 50 percent lower power than competing FPGAs. Densities span from 100K to 500K logic elements and are ideal for a wide range of applications within wireline access networks and mobile infrastructure, defense and commercial aviation markets, as well as industry 4.0 which includes the industrial automation and internet of things (IoT) markets.PolarFire FPGAs’ transceivers can support multiple serial protocols, making the products ideal for communications applications with 10Gbps Ethernet, CPRI, JESD204B, Interlaken and PCIe. In addition, the ability to implement serial gigabit Ethernet (SGMII) on general purpose input/output (GPIO) enables numerous 1Gbps Ethernet links to be supported. PolarFire FPGAs also contain the most hardened security IP to protect customer designs, data and supply chain. The non-volatile PolarFire product family consumes 10 times less static power than competitive devices and features an even lower standby power referred to as Flash*Freeze.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components last_img read more

ADLINK debuting faster, more accurate logistics with Edge IoT Smart Pallet Experience

first_img Continue Reading Previous Würth: 3-axis acceleration sensor with preset functionalitiesNext 3 driver design techniques for microcontrollers ADLINK’s IoT Solutions and Technology division will be debuting the Edge IoT Smart Pallet Experience at Pack Expo Las Vegas 2019 featuring a game-like exhibit where attendees can get hands-on with Edge IoT technology that makes pallets “smart” and robots “come alive.” Booth visitors can stack pallets and race the clock and meet Rover the Robot who will be giving booth visitors free t-shirts.The immersive experience will demonstrate machine vision, AI and robotics technology for warehouse distribution and manufacturing with partners Amazon Web Services (AWS), Intel’s IoT group, and robot maker Rover Robotics. Attendees can interact with ADLINK Edge and ADLINK Vortex DDS to experience first-hand how to quickly solve AI and vision-based IoT challenges.  ADLINK Edge and ADLINK Vortex DDS make pallets and robots intelligent so they can communicate with the world around them, enabling customers to increase pallet profitability, quality inspection, automation, and productivity within the distribution center and manufacturing floor.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules last_img read more

Pro Kabaddi League 2018: Jaipur Pink Panthers and Dabang Delhi play out thrilling tie

first_imgJaipur Pink Panthers came from behind to play out a thrilling tie against Dabang Delhi in an entertaining Pro Kabaddi League 2018 match at the Tau Devilal Sports Complex, Panchkula on Thursday.Dabang Delhi would feel disappointed as they were in control for most of the match but lost their composure in the last five minutes.Deepak Hooda scored eight points for Jaipur while Sandeep Dhull got a high five. Chandran Ranjit (11 points) and Pawan Kadian (9 points) were among the top scorers for Dabang Delhi.Dabang Delhi made a strong start and led 5-0 after four minutes as they picked up a couple of raid and tackle points.A super tackle in the 5th minute opened Jaipur Pink Panthers’ account. Jaipur Pink Panthers were kept alive in the match because of their defence as they forced another super tackle in the 8th minute to level the match at 6-6.Dabang Delhi took the lead once again as they inflicted an all out in the 11th minute to lead 11-7.Selvamani’s super raid in the 13th minute got Jaipur back in the match once again. It was a see-saw of a match with Jaipur cutting the deficit every time Delhi threatened to run away with the match.Ajinkya Pawar’s two-point raid in the 17th minute made it a one point gap. At the end of the first half Dabang Delhi led 18-17.Pawan Kadian made a super raid in the 21st minute to give Delhi a 21-18 lead. But Selvamani’s brilliant four-point raid in the 24th minute got Jaipur back in the match once again.advertisementWith less than five minutes to go Jaipur were trailing by five points when Ajinkya Pawar made a two-point raid to reduce the gap to three.In the 38th minute Jaipur inflicted an all out as they trailed 35-36 and Deepak Hooda levelled the match in the next minute with a successful raid.(With inputs from IANS)last_img read more