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Performance Study of i.MX6Q vs i.MX 7ULP vs i.MX8M

Performance Study of i.MX6Q vs i.MX 7ULP vs i.MX8M

  i.MX6Q vs i.MX 7ULP vs i.MX8M: the need for a comparison   The i.MX7ULP and i.MX8M are two new chips in NXP’s line up of applications processors. How do these compare with the older i.MX6 parts? This report goes into some analysis of real world processing performance, floating point performance and importantly OpenGL performance […]
See ByteSnap at Electronics Design Show 2018 with New Demos and Services

See ByteSnap at Electronics Design Show 2018 with New Demos and Services

  We’re pleased to announce ByteSnap is back at one of the UK’s biggest Electronics Design trade exhibitions – the Electronics Design Show 2018. We’ll be showcasing motor control expertise with our 360o camera enabled cable car demo, and we will also be highlighting User Interface development for mission-critical applications with the QNX platform.   […]
OrCAD Tips and Tricks: How to Fix Partitioned Symbol Pins

OrCAD Tips and Tricks: How to Fix Partitioned Symbol Pins

  In ByteSnap Bytes we bring you useful tips to help accelerate embedded systems development.  This guide looks at how to fix partitioned symbol pins in OrCAD when they’re in the wrong position.     ByteSnapBytes:  How to Fix Partitioned Symbol Pins   The Problem After a number of years without any trouble, we’ve had several […]
Birmingham 10K – ByteSnap Runners Among Record-Breaking Participants

Birmingham 10K – ByteSnap Runners Among Record-Breaking Participants

Three ByteSnap engineers have vowed to take on the 2019 Birmingham 10K Run after a snap decision to join this year’s event. Calum, Chris and Ville were among a record-breaking 8,000 runners participating in the Simplyhealth Great Birmingham 10k earlier this month, on May Bank Holiday Sunday.   The engineers were last minute entrants: “As […]
FPGA Design: Connecting Custom Peripherals to AXI Using BRAM Interface

FPGA Design: Connecting Custom Peripherals to AXI Using BRAM Interface

  Download the new eBook: FPGA Design – Interfacing Over AXI Using A Simple Address Data Bus   In FPGA design, interfacing over AXI (ARM eXtensible Interface) is an increasingly popular choice due to its status as the most widespread AMBA interface, enabling the connection of potentially hundreds of Masters and Slaves in complex SoCs. […]
WiFi KRACK: Take these four key steps to manage the risk and protect your network

WiFi KRACK: Take these four key steps to manage the risk and protect your network

When the WPA2 vulnerability, better known as the WiFi KRACK was revealed late last year, what followed was a torrent of concerning headlines suggesting that all WiFi communications could be decrypted.   Whilst it is vulnerability at the core of one of the most popular forms of WiFi network security, all is not as bad […]
How to Migrate Windows CE to a new Embedded Linux Environment

How to Migrate Windows CE to a new Embedded Linux Environment

    Our series Windows Embedded Compact Migration: What You Need to Know examines the primary issues around planning for the lack of support for Microsoft Embedded devices, as end of life dates for Windows CE and Mobile OS beckon ever closer. We kicked off the series with Part 1 when we looked at key considerations such as […]
ByteSnap in Consortium to Develop Pioneering V2G Technology

ByteSnap in Consortium to Develop Pioneering V2G Technology

  ByteSnap and consortium partners begin breakthrough V2G development project   We’re pleased to announce that ByteSnap and a consortium of partners have been awarded a two-year collaborative project, VIGIL (Vehicle-to-Grid Intelligent Control), under a Vehicle-to-Grid competition, funded by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) and the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy […]
Windows CE OS Migration: Developing Your Legacy Windows CE Environment for the Future

Windows CE OS Migration: Developing Your Legacy Windows CE Environment for the Future

As end of life dates for Windows CE and Mobile OS continue to get closer, our series Windows Embedded Compact Migration: What You Need to Know examines the primary issues around  planning for the lack of support for Microsoft Embedded devices.    In Part 1 of the series, we surveyed the landscape for Microsoft Embedded […]
SnapUI High Performance GUI Engine at Embedded World 2018

SnapUI High Performance GUI Engine at Embedded World 2018

Watch SnapUI’s smooth performance on the NXP i.MX7 ULP processor:   SnapUI in action on the NXP Stand at Embedded World 2018: the largest embedded systems trade show on the globe   Nuremberg, Germany: SnapUI demo up and running amid last minute preparations at Embedded World 2018    ByteSnap is excited to be exhibiting SnapUI […]