To integrate next-generation in-vehicle wireless technologies, the car of the future must leverage combination radios. Therefore, it is essential to implement a single in-vehicle chip that can enable all of these connectivity functions in the vehicle. By building in-vehicle multiple complementary radio technologies into a single piece of silicon, designers can solve some of the most difficult design challenges facing systems engineers using in-vehicle wireless communications protocols in their products. One example of such a product is Marvell’s Avastar 88W8787 (Figure 1), an IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n 1×1 + Bluetooth 3.0 + FM wireless SoC that is widely adopted in smartphones, tablets, mobile routers, portable gaming, cameras, and other consumer electronic products. The device is also qualified to meet the stringent quality and reliability requirements for automotive applications, and is thus well-suited for today’s IVI systems.
refer to: http://embedded-computing.com/articles/wireless-accelerate-next-wave-in-vehicle-innovation/
If a firewall goes down, nobody can access the cloud. About 63 percent of embedded computer attacks strike the shared infrastructure as it’s the first thing the attack will hit.“Prior to recent attacks on Embedded Computer financial institutions in the U.S., there was not much awareness or knowledge of embedded computer attacks and other cyber threats,” Kenig says. “However, once the first bank became a victim, immediately embedded computer all the other institutions started to learn more about the attacks, search for solutions, then deploy those solutions quickly. When I look at military cloud security solutions, there are many vendors and partners providing tools and solutions, but not many providing availability security embedded computer attacks are hurting the availability of online services and many antivirus vendors and embedded computer do not focus on the availability aspect.”
refer to: http://mil-embedded.com/articles/cloud-security-the-dod/
ANR-IB751N1/A/B networking appliances.
ANR-IB75N1/A/B is a rackmount platform (440x372x44mm) which can be installed in the 19” rack. It can carry a 3rd generation Intel Core i i3, i5, i7, or Pentium processors to deliver higher efficiency, increased processing throughput, and improved performance on applications. ANR-IB75N1/A/B also comes equipped with a maximum 16GB DDR3 memory and optional 2 or 4 x SFP and 8 x LAN ports. System Integrators can select different configurations for their network appliances. It offers the best P/P ratio in applications like the UTM, IDS/IPS, VPN, Firewall, Anti-Virus, Anti-Spam, RSA gateway, QoS, streaming.
ANR-IB75N1/A/B uses 80 Plus PSU which reduces energy consumption and helps protect the environment. The software and hardware configurable LAN bypass feature also prevents communication breaks due to power loss or system hang-ups. In addition to Intel long life support chipsets, ANR-IB75N1/A/B is designed with a long-term support of 5 years.
ANR-IB75N1/A/B is available now. For more information, please contact acrosser Technology, Acrosser USA, and ACROSSER worldwide retailers in your area.
Virtualization trends in commercial computing offer benefits for cost, reliability, and security, but pose a challenge for military operators who need to visualize lossless imagery in real time.
10 GbE technology enables a standard zero client solution for viewing pixel-perfect C4ISR sensor and graphics information with near zero interactive latency. For C4ISR systems, ready access to and sharing of visual information at any operator position can increase situational awareness and mission effectiveness. Operators utilize multiple information sources including computers and camera feeds, as well as high-fidelity radar and sonar imagery.
refer to : http://mil-embedded.com/articles/10-real-time-remote-desktops-c4isr/#utm_source=Cloud%2Bmenu&utm_medium=text%2Blink&utm_campaign=articles