Tuesday, October 16, 2018
We are pleased to announce the 2.3 release of Toradex software libraries for Windows Embedded CE 6, Windows Embedded Compact 7, and Windows Embedded Compact 2013.
We are pleased to announce the new release V2.0 of our Windows CE libraries for Tegra and PXA modules. The libraries now also support Windows Embedded Compact 2013.
In keeping with our business policies of transparency, and customer satisfaction, we at Toradex would like to share the release details of Windows CE BSPs and Linux BSPs for all our modules (NVIDIA® Tegra™, Freescale® Vybrid™, Freescale® i.MX 6, and Marvell® PXA series).
Toradex is pleased to announce its partnership with international Qt software services provider, KDAB. Toradex has teamed up with the Qt experts, KDAB, to make Qt 5.2 available on Windows CE 7 running on Toradex' Colibri and Apalis ARM computer modules.
This is the age of interconnection. Take any new product and you will be sure to come across options to make it more connected to your surroundings. The Internet of Things phenomena is ample proof of an age where everything is connected to everything else. Needless to say, today’s devices are also becoming more and more complex. This complexity best reflects itself in the mélange of hardware and software challenges that come with designing such complex devices.
We are pleased to present to you the latest version of our Toradex Monitor, a monitor which displays the usage of the CPU, among other parameters, in a Windows Task manager like client. The monitor supports all our present Colibri and Apalis modules.
Toradex will be participating at the ARM Tech Symposium 2013, to be held in Bengaluru. Visit us to get the first look of our all new Colibri Vybrid samples, based on Freescale® Vybrid™ SoC, along with our latest Ixora carrier board for our Apalis modules. Talk to our engineers and find out how we can help you deliver a product faster, and with rugged performance.
We are pleased to announce that the prices of the Iris carrier board, the Colibri compatible carrier board, have been dropped by as much as 20% (variable as per amount of pieces ordered). To place your order at the web shop, please click here.
We are delighted to share information on the heat management and display drive strength configuration features on the Apalis and Colibri modules.
At Embedded World we will be hosting a presentation entitled ‘Cloud Services in Windows Embedded Compact 2013 on Multi-Core Systems’. Come along to Hall 5 - Booth 340 at 12:00 on Wednesday 27th and see how Windows Embedded Compact 2013 and the Toradex Cloud library are perfect building blocks to drastically reduce development risk, optimize for cost, and minimize time-to-market.
Toradex have released a new beta version of the Windows CE 5 and Windows Embedded Compact 6 images and BSPs. The new V4.2beta1 version addresses a few bugs and includes the latest Microsoft Windows CE updates.
Long lifecycles and long term product support are very important for Toradex and its customers. When designing a product Toradex deliberately chooses embedded components with a long life time. This guarantees long term availability and minimises necessary changes over the life time of a product. Toradex believes this makes their product perfect for applications where long term product availability is a must.
Toradex has announced the release of the Colibri Evaluation Board (V3.1A) – a flexible development environment for evaluating the functionality and performance of the entire Colibri computer on module product family.
Devices are becoming more complex. Systems are becoming more interconnected. As this trend continues, so do the hardware and software development challenges that face engineers.
The ARM Technology Symposium 2012 is one of a number of annual events around the world which allow ARM Ecosystem Partners and Connected Community Members to share information on the ARM Roadmap and other related technologies.
We have added two new libraries for Windows CE in support of our Colibri PXA and T20 Computer on Module families. SPIDMALib provides for communication through the on-chip SPI interfaces at speeds of up to 26Mhz for the PXA and up to 54Mhz for the T20 with DMA support for bi-directional data transfer.