Microchip Technology has become the latest company to use easy access to middleware to encourage embedded-systems developers to move over to its platform.
Highway1 has opened up Spring applications for its incubation service for hardware startups: trying to overcome the gap between prototype and product.
Synopsys has launched the ARC HS family of configurable-processor cores, using superpipelining to target high-performance embedded applications.
Dr Ron Black also discussed his experiences with the Internet of Things in a lively keynote at the GSA Memory+ Conference in Taipei
Oracle aims to reduce the incompatibilities between the two main embeddable versions of Java as the company tries to make the language the natural choice for IoT.
ARM is making its Mbed online development platform the cornerstone of its push into the internet of things (IoT), with Java as its preferred language.
Express Logic has launched a graphical user interface (GUI) software stack for resource-light 32bit microcontrollers running the company's ThreadX RTOS.
Software skills could hold back the development of the internet of things, ARM CEO Simon Segars claimed in his keynote speech at ARM TechCon 2013.
HP is throwing open its doors to other companies to bring in the necessary hardware and low-level software to build a new generation of servers, each specialized to a workload.
Altera will add a quad-core 64bit ARM processor complex to the Stratix 10 family of high-end FPGAs that will be made on Intel's 14nm finFET process.
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