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NANO-6051 BUILT WITH INTEL® 8TH GENERATION CORE™ I7/I5/I3 PROCESSORS

American Portwell Technology, Inc., (https://www.portwell.com), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Portwell, Inc., a world-leading innovator in the Industrial PC (IPC) market and a member of the Intel Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions Alliance, has launched its new NANO-6051, a NANO-ITX form factor embedded board featuring Intel 8th Gen Core i7/i5/i3 processors up to 4 cores/8 threads …

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EXCELON™ FERROELECTRIC-RAM (F-RAM™)

Cypress Semiconductor’s F-RAM is ideal for portable medical, wearable, IoT sensor, industrial, and automotive applications Cypress Semiconductor’s Excelon is next-generation Ferroelectric RAM (F-RAM) which delivers the industry’s lowest-power mission-critical nonvolatile memory by combining ultra-low-power operation with high-speed interfaces, instant nonvolatility, and unlimited read/write cycle endurance. This makes Excelon the ideal data-logging memory for portable medical, wearable, …

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The Benefits of Custom Software Development on Medical Advancement

Technology has become a massive help in all sectors, including the healthcare industry. It aids the advancement of the healthcare system that provides health services for everyone while gaining profit from it. Hence, software developers have created different software for general users. Custom software development has also been making noises in the industry. It has …

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Raspberry Pi boards are being used to build ventilators

In brief: The Raspberry Pi Foundation has seen demand for all Pi models surge in recent weeks as people are turning to the inexpensive DIY board for remote learning and home projects. But that’s not the only segment interested in the affordable hardware. Ventilator manufacturers are reportedly turning to the company’s ultra-affordable Raspberry Pi Zero to …

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