Military Embedded Systems
Focuses on “Whole Life COTS” and the total military program life cycle, providing technical coverage that applies to all program stages – not just the front-end design stage. The website, Resource Guide, E-mags, and print editions provide insight on embedded tools and strategies such as software, hardware, systems, technology insertion, end-of-life mitigation, component storage, and many other military-specific technical subjects.
Coverage includes the latest, most innovative products and technology shifts that drive today’s military embedded applications, such as SDR, sonar, avionics, radar, telemetry, C4ISR, imaging, and more. Each issue provides readers with the information they need to stay connected to the pulse of embedded technology that already is – or might possibly be – used by the military and aerospace industries.
Military Embedded Systems is the industry’s largest producer of E-casts, white papers, email campaigns, E-letters, and Virtual Events.
Embedded Computing Design
Targeted at engineers, architects, and decision makers looking at silicon, software, and strategies for embedded devices. With an estimated 15,000,000,000 devices in the world by 2015, we’re out to help every designer working on one of them. This is where the next decade of embedded computing is going.
- Editorial coverage focuses on design from a problem/solution viewpoint in eight print issues and 12 E-letters, plus a series of E-casts. Staff-researched and written features plus contributed material from industry executives, technical experts, and thought leaders provide insight and ideas on trends, technology, and tools.
- Sponsorship opportunities include an annual Resource Guide issue with extended product profiles, advertorial articles, interviews, and white papers, targeted E-letter topics, along with a complete range of print and online vehicles.
- Real-time information is delivered via self-service RSS news feeds and online product databases, which keep the audience informed of announcements and new products.
xTCA & CompactPCI Systems
Stay up to date with the latest technology specifications in telecom,enterprise, military/harsh environment, medical, and industrial market segments. Discover how leading vendors are addressing both business and technology challenges, and learn what trends will matter five, ten, or even twenty years down the road. Four print issues a year, quarterly E-letters, E-casts, White papers, annual Resource and Buyer’s Guides, online news and videos, plus the industry’s most searchable and relevant database of new products keep you well-informed.
PC/104 and Small Form Factors
is the authority on miniature building blocks in the embedded boards and systems industry. Our editorial content and product databases highlight the growing list of standards-backed and de facto modules for embedded designs, including PCI/104-Express, PCIe/104, SUMIT, COMIT, Pico-ITXe, and everything in between. We work with the PC/104 Consortium, SFF-SIG, and many other consortia and vendors to keep our readership of engineers informed about changing industry standards and to promote the development and use of small form factor products. Editorial features cover the latest products and application ideas, analyses of system design considerations, exclusive executive Q&As, and a detailed look at issues surrounding the Intel Atom processor and other ultra-low-power CPUs and chipsets. Special issues include the Resource Guide and Buyer’s Guide. The magazine offers Executive Speakouts on industry trends, as well as featured white papers in quarterly E-letters. PC/104 and Small Form Factors provides substantial coverage of the latest developments in modular embedded design.
DSPs and FPGAs are complementary solutions for a vast array of high-performance signal processing applications. Because of their programmability and performance, together or separately, designers employ DSPs and FPGAs in systems ranging from wireless base stations and Gigabit Ethernet, to radar and embedded vision applications, industrial controls, and consumer electronics. At DSP-FPGA.com, we cover these technologies from the details of the latest IC designs, to the associated EDA and development tools, application kits and software, to provide engineers with the information they need to know to develop advanced signal processing systems.
An annual DSP-FPGA.com Resource Guide lists full- and half-page product profiles of products and resources available to designers and specifiers of DSP and FPGA-based systems.
Monthly DSP-FPGA Digest newsletter that covers DSP, FPGA, and EDA topics.
The latest technical information and updates on VMEbus, VPX, OpenVPX, VXS, and other VITA standards to engineers, managers, and decision makers in the United States and internationally. The website, Resource Guide, Buyer’s Guide, E-letter, and print editions lend insight into embedded VME products and strategies – boards, backplanes, COTS, cooling, SDR, Linux, RTOS, and more – in weapons control systems, imaging and targeting systems, radar/sonar, avionics, vehicle, surveillance, and other military applications. VITA Technologies’ coverage also includes the latest VITA standards and VSO status reports, along with editorial on the industry-leading products and technology that drive today’s market. VITA Technologies gives readers the information they need to stay in-the-know about the trends that define VME, VXS, VPX, VPX-REDI, FMC, PMC, and XMC.
As consumers of electronics, we all have come to expect an endless stream of new devices, offering more features at always-lower prices than last year. Behind the scenes, chip and system designers have been able to achieve these advances by taking advantage of two key enabling technologies: continued scaling to nanometer dimensions in semiconductor manufacturing, and innovations in the tools for Electronic Design Automation (EDA). EDA vendors are striving to address the challenges of ever-increasing system complexity. While the industry has matured in many respects, with regards to foundational tools, innovations continue to be made by both established and new entrants.
Our newest publication, EDA Digest, will put the spotlight on the most significant new innovations in EDA, from tools for 3D ICs, to hardware/software co-design, system-level prototyping, analog and digital verification and physical implementation, to manufacturability and yield optimization.