News Article | February 23, 2017
PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Avnet (NYSE: AVT), a leading global technology distributor, continues to demonstrate industry-leading commitment to facilitating customers’ introduction of differentiated embedded systems with the release today of the UltraZed™ PCIe Carrier Card and associated reference designs. The UltraZed PCIe Carrier Card is a high-performance platform that speeds prototyping and development of next-generation embedded system-on-module (SOM) applications utilizing the UltraZed-EG™ SOM, Avnet’s first platform to fully support power modes on the scalable and flexible Xilinx® Zynq® UltraScale+™ MPSoC. The UltraZed PCIe Carrier Card provides easy access to the full 180 user I/O, 26 PS MIO and four PS GTR transceivers available on the UltraZed-EG SOM. Two 140-pin Micro Headers on the carrier card mate with the UltraZed-EG SOM, connecting 180 of the UltraZed-EG Programmable Logic (PL) I/O to FMC LPC slot, LVDS Touch Panel interface and Xilinx System Monitor (SYSMON). The UltraZed PCIe Carrier Card costs $499 and is available for order at http://zedboard.org/product/ultrazed-pcie-carrier-card. The UltraZed PCIe Carrier Card also uses a 100-pin Micro Header to gain access to the UltraZed-EG SOM PS MIO and GTR transceiver pins as well as USB 2.0 and Gigabit Ethernet interfaces. UltraZed PCIe Carrier Card is an excellent starting point for users to create their own custom UltraZed-EG carrier card. Video demonstrations of the UltraZed-EG Starter Kit and SOM can be viewed at http://www.ultrazed.org/product/ultrazed-EG. “Adding a PCIe Carrier Card to the UltraScale product family gives customers even greater flexibility to leverage the UltraZed-EG SOM for the development of high-performance systems in applications including wired and 5G wireless infrastructure, cloud computing and the Industrial IoT,” said Nasser Poureh, director of technology and technical marketing for Avnet. To help customers in a wide variety of applications and industries quickly and cost-effectively capture maximum performance and value from the UltraZed technology, Avnet also offers a host of scalable reference designs including software and hardware platform, boot files, Linux kernel and RAMdisk. Available reference designs for the UltraZed platform include: PetaLinux BSP and In System QSPI and EMMC Programming Reference Design provides Linux designers with an excellent starting point for launching a Linux software application development using Xilinx SDK, while the EMMC reference design demonstrates programming of the QSPI and eMMC Flash memory boot devices without the need for external programming cables. Ethernet Performance Testing Reference Design enables systems engineers to launch their own Ethernet performance tuning and testing efforts to ensure products meet the throughput demands of a particular network configuration. Bare-Metal-Sensor Reference Design demonstrates the use of the MAX31855PMB1 thermocouple temperature sensing module and MAX44000PMB1 proximity sensing module from Maxim Integrated. For information on additional related parts and technical resources, please visit the UltraZed product page at www.ultrazed.org. All brands and trade names are trademarks or registered trademarks, and are the properties of their respective owners. Avnet disclaims any proprietary interest in marks other than its own. Click to Tweet: .@Avnet adds #PCIe carrier card to #UltraZed-EG SOM portfolio based on #Xilinx #Zynq UltraScale+ #MPSoC http://bit.ly/1ll33LR Follow Avnet on Twitter: @Avnet Connect with Avnet on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/avnet Connect with Avnet on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AvnetInc From components to cloud and design to disposal, Avnet (NYSE:AVT) accelerates the success of customers who build, sell and use technology globally by providing them with a comprehensive portfolio of innovative products, services and solutions. For more information, visit www.avnet.com.
Noury N.,INSA Lyon |
Bourquard K.,In System |
Bergognon D.,CosiLog |
Schroeder J.-B.,Syndicat National de iIndustrie des Technologies Medicales SNITEM
International Journal of E-Health and Medical Communications | Year: 2013
Telemedicine has introduced new challenges in health delivery with the introduction of advanced information communication technologies in home care medicine. To meet the high standard of quality in health service delivery, the data flow of medical data must be maintained, which implies harmonization and standardization frameworks within the field of the communicating medical devices. Those medical devices must be certified to prove their effectiveness and compliance with the requirements on health and safety of patients, before to be brought into service or used. But there is no requirement concerning the interoperability of these communicating medical devices. A group of French experts have anticipated the need in developing projects to define communication medical device in the home and by taking part in standardization projects on the interoperability of data and systems in health. They first identified the standardization rules at European and national level and confirmed that most guides and directives are well available. They based their study on three specialties, commonly using medical devices and telemedicine and covering various use cases. Then, they defined a methodology following the IHE International and Continua Alliance approach in order to define the integration profile. Eventually, they defined a generic workflow and an inventory of the integration profiles, norms and standards that can support this generic workflow. Copyright © 2013, IGI Global.
Noury N.,University of Lyon |
Bourquard K.,In System |
Bergognon D.,Cosilog |
2012 IEEE 14th International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services, Healthcom 2012 | Year: 2012
Telemedicine introduces new challenges in adapting health care supply to face the demographic trends and sustain the introduction of advanced technologies in home care medicine. This implies harmonisation and standardisation frameworks. A group of French experts have anticipated the need, creating a think tank to promote projects on medical device communication in the home and involve in standardisation bodies. © 2012 IEEE.