The Intel Atom x6000E processor series, codenamed “Elkhart Lake” (EHL), is the latest member of the processor family and features capabilities for a wide range of industrial applications. As a system-on-a-chip (SoC), it contains numerous I/Os that have never before been available on an Intel SoC.
2D SLC NAND is currently still the reigning champion when it comes to interchangeable storage media. But the 43nm generation will soon be discontinued, and smaller 24nm structures will suffer the same fate in the medium term, so developers should start looking at possible alternatives.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is defined by how information is fed into or acquired from production processes. Real-time support plays a critical role in this. Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) provides standardized methods for providing such support.
The development of high-performance charging infrastructure for e-mobility has created a whole new growth field for the use of high-grade electromechanical components, which include not only relays but also fuses, switches and thermal management components.
It is the dream of many to be brought from A to B without any effort on their part whatsoever – a dream that is embodied in Knight Rider’s K.I.T.T. or the vehicles in “The Fifth Element”. Modern cars are increasingly approaching these visions of the future, and various sensor technologies play one of the most important roles here. One of the most promising of these is lidar.