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Sciworx utilise l’émulation depuis la fin des années 1990 et le prototypage FPGA depuis les cinq dernières années. Le choix entre l’utilisation du prototypage FPGA ou l’émulation dépend de plusieurs facteurs. Bien que le coût de propriété soit du même ordre pour les deux options, Sciworx a estimé que la valeur ajoutée de l’émulation est indispensable, surtout dans le débogage. La décision de généraliser l’émulation repose sur une conception relativement petite de 1,2 million de portes comprenant un processeur de la famille ARM9. L’augmentation des tailles de conception et la réduction des délais de sortie complètent cette décision.

Additionally, Lexar's complaint requests a cease-and-desist order to bar further sales and distribution of infringing products that Toshiba has already imported into the U.S.

The case has been referred to ITC administrative law judge Robert L. Barton, Jr., who will hold an evidentiary hearing and then render an initial determination. Barton is expected to issue this initial determination early to mid-next year. The ITC is then likely to hand down its final determination during the third quarter of 2007.


Adelberg, Germany — ERNI offers a single-row cable connector system with a 1.27-mm pitch for space-saving and flexible board-to-cable connections. The MiniBridge connectors target a variety of sensor, actuator, power supply, and data applications in automotive, industrial, computer technology, consumer electronics, and medical device industries.

With dimensions of 10 x 10 x 3-mm, the 4-pin MiniBridge connectors offer a current-carrying capacity of 4 A (at 20°C, depending on the cable). Using straight or angled male connectors, and female connectors where the cables are fed out at 90 or 180 degrees, this connector makes it possible to overcome virtually all spatial restrictions, said the company. In addition, the wide operating temperature range of -55°C to 125°C makes the connectors suitable for demanding applications.


Initially available in a 4-pin version, additional variants are planned with 2, 3, 6, and 8 pins. The male connectors have a SMT termination, and the female connectors use an insulation displacement connector (IDC) termination. In addition, female connectors are available with different types of locking latches for normal vibration/shock loads (black model type) as well as for applications involving heavy vibration/shock loads (red model type that requires a tool to open the lock).

With the female connectors, the cable guiding ensures easy and fast attachment of a ribbon cable with a pitch of 1.27 mm, or of a single conductor. The IDC terminal is configured for AWG 26 conductors (solid or stranded). Partial loading is also possible.


The MiniBridge interconnect system is designed for fully automatic pick and place, or processing on SMT process lines. For SMT processing, the MiniBridge male connectors are available in tape-on-reel packaging. In addition, with their heat-resistant plastic housing, the RoHS-compliant MiniBridge connectors are suited for processing with lead-free reflow soldering.

Pricing is about $1 in volume per mated pair for the 4-pin version.

FlexGo is still in an early trial phase, but backers–including Advanced Micro Devices Inc., Intel Corp. and Infineon AG, as well as some analysts–see significant opportunities, probably starting in 2007.

FlexGo may become the dominant OS in Asia in a couple years. It's a brilliant model,” said Richard Doherty, principal of consulting firm Envisioneering (Seaford, N.Y.). By contrast, he said, Vista's value add is nowhere near as great as was XP,” Microsoft's last major Windows upgrade, way back in 2001.

PC in every potIn a WinHEC keynote, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates said FlexGo speaks to the original vision of Microsoft to put a PC on every desktop and in every home.”

Only 6 percent of people in the developing world have PCs, but 27 percent have cell phones. That observation, along with about 18 months of ethnographic research, led a handful of Redmond staffers to the concept of subsidizing Internet PCs, much as handsets are subsidized today. FlexGo systems may sell for as little as $250, although they may have a $600+ value. The difference would be made up in payments over time for Web access.

Key to the effort is security, to ensure that users don't hack the systems to get free Internet time or remove components to make a quick profit by selling the system for parts. The FlexGo system would also let operators send a Web services message that would degrade the system's functions if the user stopped paying.

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