|8051 derivatives||Mitsubishi M16C||Atmel AVR|
|Hitachi H8s, H8/300H||Infineon 80C16x||Philips XA|
|STM ST10||Zilog Z180, eZ80||MicroChip PIC18Cxxx|
(508) 872-7675; www.cmx.com
Speaker-Independent Recognition Using C Voice activation can provide hands-free operation of embedded devices. Sensory's Voice Extreme Toolkit makes programming the company's RSC-364 speech chip in C a snap. Speaker-independent and speaker-dependent voice recognition with speech prompting, speech verification, and audio record and playback are supported.
The RSC-364 incorporates microphone input and preamp plus DSP, amplifier, and speaker output. Available for $2.40 ($3.85 in large quantities), it supports Sensory Speech 5.0 Technology. The Voice Extreme Toolkit, which includes development hardware with an RSC-364 chip, sells for $129.
(408) 327-9000; www.sensoryinc.com
The latest version of Rational Test RealTime now incorporates Rational Quality Architect for RealTime and new support for Sun's Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) platform and Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP). Both features are included in the price of Rational RoseReal Time. Rational Test RealTime will cost $5495 per node-locked license and $9625 per floating license.
(408) 863-9900; www.rational.com
- Browser: Netscape, Mozilla, or Konqueror
- X Windows X11R6 3.3 or higher
- 4M storage (90k for display only)
- 2M RAM (20k for display only)
- Plug-in server must be an x86 system
(801) 596-0409; www.codeweavers.com
- Content sharing on a storage area network (SAN) through Global File System (GFS 4.0.1)
- SNMP MIBs for administration and maintenance
- Oracle Parallel Server 8i using a high-speed CompactPCI bus on a multinode configuration
- Support for CompactPCI technology from I-Bus
- Support for SAN technology from MTI and Newnet
- Zeus for HTTP performance
- Real server for streaming audio and video
Available now, Availix HC 1.3 sells for $2000 per CPU board.
(801) 426-5001; www.lineo.com
TINA splits the TCP/IP stack across the host processor and the XScale processor. It supports hardware-assisted checksum generation and hardware-assisted segmentation. The stack supports Jumbo frames. Because TINA handles the OpenNIC API, developers can write customized applications, such as virtual private networks and firewalls. Linux host drivers are included as well. TINA can support iSCSI, sending SCSI commands over TCP/IP. The application development kit is available now.
(800) 545-WIND; www.windriver.com