According to foreign media reports, Intel will acquire Moovit, an Israeli public transportation solution provider, for US$1 billion. The financial news website Calcalist reported on Sunday local time that the chip maker Intel Corporation’s negotiation to buy Israeli public transportation app developer Moovit has entered the final stage, with a transaction value of US$1 billion. Calcalist also q...
The QuickLogic Qomu Development Kit, available now from Mouser, is a tiny form factor Arm Cortex-M4F MCU + eFPGA combination that fits into a USB Type-A port. This kit is optimised for the QuickLogic Open Reconfigurable Computing initiative and is supported by open-source development tools. These tools incorporate Zephyr, FreeRTOS, SymbiFlow, and Renode.
The development kit features 16Mbit SPI NOR flash, four capacitive touch pads, one RGB LED, and an injection-moulded enclosure. This kit also supports nMigen for a Python-to-FPGA design flow.
The kit is ideal for use in Edge IoT applications, IoT designs using MCUs and FPGAs, IoT applications needing ultra-low power consumption, and AI or Machine Learning applications.