Joe Pavlat, Editorial Director
Open and shut
Do you need interoperability testing to get the most out of your open standards platforms? Yes. It's an open and shut case.
Cosmic CompactPCI and a crossroads in the AdvancedTCA roadmap
CompactPCI SBCs find a home in the Mars Rover, while 40G AdvancedTCA raises questions about what's next.
A case where "new" happens in threes
Three recently ratified or soon-to-be ratified specifications, MTCA.3, CompactPCI Serial, and Intelligent RTM are creating new opportunities in the PICMG-compliant marketplace.
Reaching the summit
Joe comments on recent research finding AdvancedTCA will be the fastest growing segment of the embedded computer market.
There is a better way
Partial happiness about the recent spate of 40G announcements
Joe notes that PICMG technical committee work on bringing 40 Gbps speed to AdvancedTCA has captured the interest of more than one author in this issue.
Go wireless, young man!
New approaches to high-density I/O for AdvancedTCA, building cross-connected networks, and notable news from Nokia Siemens Networks...
Users in developing countries find access to mobile phones is also access to upward mobility
In Memory of John J. Peters
The embedded community mourns the loss of John J. Peters of Performance Technologies, without whom many embedded system achievements would not exist. In this photo, courtesy Performance Technologies, are (left to right) John M. Slusser, John J. Peters, Bob Heimbueger, and students at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The John J. Peters Student Innovation Fund has been established in Mr. Peters memory.
Out of the office
Excitement about AdvancedTCA benefits spans a surprisingly wide range.
CompactPCI moves ahead
Joe comments on this issue's content, including two related articles on the PICMG 2.30 draft specification.
Intelligently architecting the workload to take advantage of multicore (and other answers)
Strategies must change as the gigahertz race becomes a thing of the past.