Systems design barriers delay new product development

Although PCB tools have evolved to become tightly integrated, sharing common databases across the design, and have introduced automation to eliminate human error, hardware systems design has remained much the same as it has been for over a decade. Mentor Graphics introduces a solution that brings automation and power to multi-board systems design, integrating with […]


The future of medical device certification: Greater scrutiny and more validation

Given the critical nature of the functions performed by today’s medical devices, greater scrutiny along with the need for more certifiable software is on this rise. There is more interest today in government standards such as FDA 510K and IEC 62304 for medical device software. Enhanced scrutiny from government agencies can introduce unexpected delays – […]


IoT Earns Trust in Medicine

Security is a top concern for connected medical equipment. Read how experts from the Alliance are tackling this challenging problem and building confidence in the industry.   If consumers learn anything from the movies, it’s that machines can’t be trusted.  Yet trust is essential for medical devices – especially as these devices connect to the […]


COM Express Fits the Bill for Patient Monitoring

Patient monitoring devices must be small but powerful. Learn how you can meet the challenge with compact, low-power modules based on the Intel® Atom™ processor E3800 product family. In the battle of bigger is better vs. less is more, patient monitoring devices typically fall in the minimalist camp, unless the patient is a pregnant elephant […]


Making Mid-Lifecycle Design Changes Effective

Don’t wait until the next generation of a product to add new capabilities. Today, technology is simply changing too fast to delay making a change, and advances in design and integration techniques are changing everything. There are a number of scenarios in which implementation of a mid-lifecycle design change makes sense. In our white paper, […]