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Updates at xcore.com
04/10/2013 - 08:31

Today we're adding some new features to xcore.com, including a Q&A section with voting on the best questions and answers, and allowing the original poster to rate the best answer to their question.

The Q&A should allow people to get focused questions answered more quickly, and to search the existing knowledge base more efficiently. If you need a quick answer, without branching into sub-topics (however interesting), check out the Q&A.

All of the existing forums are still available, so if you have a discussion topic that is likely to attract  opinions and debate, that's still the place to visit.


The New XMOS.com
phalt
28/05/2013 - 12:03

XMOS has launched a refurbished website at xmos.com, featuring a more intuitive navigation and plenty of extra content about XMOS products.


XMOS powers beyerdynamic’s world’s first Ethernet-AVB-enabled conference audio equipment
phalt
15/05/2013 - 14:44

XMOS wins ongoing business from leading German audio brand beyerdynamic, produces unique, high-quality audio solution

XMOS today announces that its XS1-L16A-128 product has been selected for use in beyerdynamic’s newest line of high-quality audio-equipment. Along with beyerdynamic’s innovative product design XMOS’ low-latency, deterministic, multicore microcontroller was the key driving force behind the world’s first Ethernet-AVB-enabled wireless conference-audio system.

Read the full news story here


XMOS launches xCORE-Analog industrial multicore microcontrollers
phalt
23/04/2013 - 18:21

XMOS today launches xCORE-Analog™, a range of 6, 8, 10, 12 and 16-core multicore microcontrollers optimized specifically for designers of industrial products.

Equipped with an integrated analog-to-digital converter, power management circuitry and a range of timers, the new xCORE-Analog (or 'A-Series') devices will be used in a range of industrial products.

Developers can use the new multicore microcontrollers to quickly develop their products, with a level of multicore compute scaled to their exact requirements.

Read more about the press release here.


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