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Making the case for using ATCA in military signal processing - Story

December 13, 2013
Data in the modern battlefield has become as essential as munitions. Detection, target tracking, and the decisions that must be made ? based on data acquired from sensors and cameras mounted to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) or a myriad of radar and sonar devices on a cruiser ? all require sophisticated algorithms executing on powerful computing equipment. Traditional methods of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) have used specialized FPGA equipment, multiprocessor VME, and OpenVPX solutions, but a new class of computing has the potential to replace some of those expensive and highly specialized processing elements.

Emerson's majority interest in its embedded computing & power business sold to Platinum Equity - News

August 06, 2013
CARLSBAD, CA. Officials at Emerson announced that they have signed an agreement to sell a 51 percent stake in the company's embedded computing and power business to Platinum Equity in Los Angeles. Under the deal, Emerson will get about $300 million in cash and will keep a 49 percent non-controlling interest in the business, which will then operate as an independent company.

VPX system development chassis released by Emerson Network Power - News

April 24, 2013
SAN JOSE, CA. Emerson Network Power has released the KR8-VPX-3-6-1 VPX system chassis. The KR8-VPX-3-6-1 meets Emerson safety, Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC), and environmental requirements, and is suited for use in benign ground installations and development and testing.

New VME/VXS SBC for radar and C4ISR applications released by Emerson Network Power - News

March 30, 2012
SAN JOSE, Calif. Emerson Network Power engineers released a new VME/VXS single-board computer (SBC) at the DesignWest show in San Jose, Calif., this week. The MVME8100 device has a Freescale P5020 QorIQ processor and is targeted radar, sonar, and other C4ISR applications.

Intel processors and 3D Legos demo by Emerson Network Power - Other

March 01, 2012
Engineers at Emerson Network Power had some fun at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany this week when they ran a demo that leveraged facial recognition-like software with Intel processors and Lego toy boxes to create a 3D image of the toy inside the box.