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Unuiga Smart WiFi Camera on Hisilicon 3518E

Posted by – June 16, 2015

Unuiga presents their latest IP Smart Camera, for home Security, shop security, records and streams 720p video at 30fps on the Hisilicon 3518E SoC it can be controlled by the Android/iOS Smartphone app.

You can contact Unuiga here (please only contact if you're a distributor):
Steven Ching
Marketing Director
Company Name: Great Harmony Electronics Industrial Limited
Factory Name: Shenzhen Ulike Technology Co.,Ltd.
Factory Address: 5F, E Building, Dakan Technology Park, Xili Town, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China
Tel: +86 755 86110143
Fax: +86 755 86330445
Cell: +86 18038133940
Web : http://www.unuiga.com
E-mail: steven@unuiga.com
MSN: stevenching@live.cn
Skype: stevenching1976

$139 MeLE PCG01 Intel HDMI Stick is Fanless, now shipping

Posted by – June 7, 2015

The Fanless MeLE PCG01 Compute Stick is available at $139 now at http://amzn.to/1FHOcnm on a Quad Core Intel Atom Z3735f with 2GB DDR3 and 32gb EMMC Flash storage and including also the Windows 8.1 licence and free shipping. Building on the successful MeLE PCG03 Box, MeLE is now continuing their Windows Intel product line with this Intel Compute Stick, but compared with other Intel Compute Sticks on the market, this one is fanless.

MeLE on amazon: http://www.amazon.com/shops/MeLEofficialstore
MeLE on eBay: http://stores.ebay.com/MeLE-Official-Store
MeLE on aliexpress: http://www.aliexpress.com/store/715968

You can contact MeLE directly here:
Shenzhen Mele Digital Technology Ltd. 深圳市迈乐数码科技股份有限公司
Gennie Peng, Distibution and reseller for MeLE brand sales manager
sales10@mele.cn
Mobile: +86 15013777080
Mobile: +86 18675512024
Phone: +86 755 86363225
Fax: +86 755 86363201
Skype: apvell091
QQ: 277365163
Isaac Long
sales5@mele.cn
Skype: isaac_520320
Tina Zhang, OEM & ODM Brand sales manager
sales14@mele.cn
Skype: tina.zhang703
Coco Jiang
sales8@mele.cn
Skype: melecoco
http://en.mele.cn
http://meleshop.com

Pipo X7 and Pipo X8 Intel Windows TV Box Desktops

Posted by – June 7, 2015

Pipo is selling a lot of Windows Intel Boxes to the Chinese and Worldwide markets, they have dual-OS running also Android on them. The second Pipo X86 box is the Pipo X8 with a built-in 7" touchscreen LCD. Next Pipo will also do an Intel HDMI Stick. The retail price for the Pipo X8 is about $100 in China, it's a bit more when exported to Europe which has VAT import tax and etc.

Distributors can contact Ben Lai CEO of Pipo at:
Ben.lai@pipo.com.cn (please only contact if you're a distributor for large quantities)

Aikun 3D Gaming Tablet on Allwinner A80

Posted by – June 6, 2015

Aikun presents their Gaming Tablet based on the Allwinner A80 octa-core big.LITTLE ARM Cortex-A15/A7, it will have a 3D glasses free display and slide-on gamepads on each side of the display. The 13 megapixel camera also rotates 180 degrees to shoot to the front, to the back or to the side.

Distributors can contact Aikun about ordering large quantities here:
Mail : celia@aikun-china.com / master@atek-china.com / rob@aikun-china.com
Website : www.aikun.co
Contact information : http://www.aikun.co/html/about/contactus/
Tel.: (+86) 6110 2468 - 6110 2858
Factory Address:
A2 building, Lianhe Industrial Park, Fengtang Road,
Fuyong, Baoan, Shenzhen, China

ARM CMO Ian Drew Keynote at Computex 2015

Posted by – June 4, 2015

Ian Drew (ARM CMO EVP Marketing and Business Development) talks about the IoT opportunity, he talks about innovation, scalability, power efficiency, how a user friendly user interface and the development of killer apps are key for the success of companies building solutions for IoT that will cover the whole world.

Posted by the official ARM YouTube channel

ARM Cordio Radio IP and ARM Subsystem for IoT

Posted by – June 2, 2015

At Computex 2015, ARM launches their new ARM Cordio Radio IP ultra low power Bluetooth LE 4.2. It has an analog RF component, a digital baseband modem component and mbed IoT subsystem running on an ARM Cortex-M3, based around the mbed OS and mbed device server allowing to build a solution around IoT devices and to connect them to the web. The ARM mbed OS runs on ARM Cortex-M devices. ARM is partnering with TSMC using their 55ULP process to dramatically lower the power consumption getting a 40% reduction in dynamic power consumption and a 25% reduction in the leakage.

You can read more about ARM Cordio and ARM's new IoT subsystem here: http://www.arm.com/about/newsroom/arm-de-risks-design-cycle-for-iot-chips.php

Maysun shows LTE phones on MT6732 with wireless charging and finger print

Posted by – May 27, 2015

Maysun is an OEM/ODM manufacturer of smartphones now shipping models with LTE, finger printing, large battery capacities up to 5000mAh, wireless charging, their RMA rate is less than 4%. Founded in 2008, Maysun has its own R&D team and a big factory employing more than 300 workers at their assembly and SMT lines, Maysun outputs Smartphones with a production capacity of 8000 smartphones per day, 250 thousand smartphones per month. You can read more about Maysun at http://www.maysuncn.com/

E Ink Chief Strategy Officer Dr Paul Apen talks signage and architecture

Posted by – May 12, 2015

At the IDTechEx show in Berlin, Sri Peruvemba, former CMO for E Ink, interviewed Dr Paul Apen, Chief Strategy Officer at E Ink. Paul had just completed a talk where he described E Ink’s work in signage and architectural applications.

ARM Instruction Set design history with Sophie Wilson (Part 3)

Posted by – May 10, 2015

The first ARM processor was designed in 1983-1985 to get more performance in Acorn Computers to enable low cost performance computing for the masses, these choices in the ARM design that Sophie Wilson made back then define most of the ARM processors on the market today.

You can also watch Part 1 and Part 2 of my Interview with Sophie Wilson, filmed at the Center for Computing History in Cambridge UK http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/

The first ARM processor in the world with Sophie Wilson (Part 2)

Posted by – May 10, 2015

In 1986, Acorn shipped the ARM Development System, the world's first ARM development board to ever be sold with an ARM Processor in it, a Tube-linked second processor for the BBC Master which allowed developers to write programs for ARM! Sophie Wilson, original ARM designer at Acorn Computers, talks about the History of ARM, with the devices that used ARM1, ARM2, ARM3, ARM610 in the Apple Newton and talking about how ARM was spun out of Acorn, how the ARM business model made ARM such a huge worldwide success.

You can also watch Part 1 of my interview with Sophie Wilson here (and check back for Part 3!) this is being filmed at the Center for Computing History in Cambridge