The LynxSecure separation kernel hypervisor and LynxOS 7.0 RTOS are moving to new ARM based-processors.
NUREMBERG, GERMANY, Embedded World – February 25, 2015 – Lynx Software Technologies, Inc., a world leader in real-time security technologies, today announced that both its LynxOS 7.0 RTOS and its LynxSecure separation kernel hypervisor are moving to new ARM®-based processors. The development allows the military-grade security offered by these products to be applied to the protection of ARM-based embedded designs addressing IoT markets such as industrial control, factory automation, connected automotive, smart energy, medical and transportation.
- Plans to hold board-level executives responsible for nuisance calls and texts –
Consumers plagued by nuisance calls and texts will benefit from the Government changes to the law, which will make it easier for those firms responsible to be hit with fines of up to £500,000.
· More than a third (36%) of IT leaders plan to expand their IT workforce in first half of 2015
· New hires driven by additional projects, cloud initiatives and product or service expansion
· Expansion of IT teams to accelerate still further in second half of 2015, with 41% of respondents predicting overall growth
· 96% of IT leaders are already finding it challenging sourcing skilled technology professionals
· 89% are concerned about losing top performers to other job opportunities in the year ahead
More than a third (36%) of UK companies plan to increase the number of IT jobs and technology professionals that they hire during the first half of 2015, according to new research1 from specialist IT recruiter Robert Half Technology. UK CIOs say that this growth in demand is being fuelled by the need to expand teams to cope with new IT projects and initiatives (62%), moving to cloud based infrastructure (51%) and product or service expansion (40%). Business growth is encouraging a further 28% of businesses to source more IT professionals in 2015.
§ Combining terrestrial and satellite communication technologies, MUSTANG will enable devices to communicate worldwide
§ Project will be developed in partnership with SIGFOX, SYSMECA and CEA-Leti
Airbus Defence and Space has started work on the MUSTANG project for machine to machine communications, in partnership with the SMEs SIGFOX and SYSMECA, and the CEA-Leti research centre. The project focuses on low-cost exchange of short messages in the fast-growing machine-to-machine (M2M) market, with the aim to develop an innovative hybrid terrestrial/satellite access solution for the Internet of Things (IoT) for seamless and ubiquitous communications across the globe.
- First use of Integrated Surveillance Platform in mainstream transportation sector –
Digital Barriers, the specialist provider of advanced surveillance technologies, is pleased to announce that it has secured an initial contract with one of Europe’s largest railway operators to supply its Integrated Surveillance Platform (“ISP”) for the protection of train and freight depots.