Collected here are my Editor’s Top Picks of embedded industry product and technology news and analysis stories for the week of March 31 – April 4, 2014:Green Hills announces Compiler 2014
New optimizations in Green Hills Compiler 2014 achieve up to 10% improvement compared to latest published EEMBC Automotive benchmarks.
Parasoft announced that it will be featuring its newly-released process intelligence engine (PIE) for embedded software testing at EE Live!
The Ingenic Newton platform fits in devices about the size of a quarter dollar coin (21.6mm x 38.4mm), targeting markets such as wearables, IoT, healthcare, home appliances, security, industrial control, and consumer electronics.
LAVA Computer MFG Inc. today unveiled the LAVA Internet Protocol System (LIPS), a new IoT connectivity solution for IoT hardware developers.
Icon Labs (www.iconlabs.com) has announced a full suite of offerings that can provide an umbrella of protection for RTOS-based end points.
Green Hills Software and Crank Software have announced a 3D graphical user interface design and deployment workflow for embedded applications with system-critical functionality.
The RZ Express program is an optimized package of high-performance microprocessors (MPUs), easy-to-use RTOS, and comprehensive middleware solutions designed for high-resolution displays.
CodeSonar 4 from GrammaTech, Inc., is the latest version of the company’s flagship software analysis tool for C/C++, Java, and machine code.
Verocel has announced the first full commercial release of VeroTrace, an advanced life-cycle management environment for developing, verifying and certifying multiple software systems.
LDRA Tool Suite brings full verification to multicore platforms.
LDRA scales down its tool suite to verify highly constrained, low-power embedded applications.
At ESC/EE Live Green Hills revealed formation of its IoT Security Advisors Program to bring higher degree of security capabilities to hacker-prone wired and wirelessly connected devices from embedded and enterprise systems.
Express Logic, Inc. will be featured in the upcoming Renesas DevCon Extension 2014 (DEX), a 14-city traveling classroom tour for embedded systems developers.
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