Largest Embedded Systems Show on the East Coast Closes as Engineerings Top Creators of Technology Announce Industry Breakthroughs, New Products and Innovations
CMP Media's 14th Annual Embedded Systems Conference Boston Welcomes Thousands of the Electronics Engineering Elite
Sep 26, 2005
CMP Media's 14th annual Embedded Systems Conference Boston (www.esconline.com/boston) closed Thursday, September 15, after achieving a notable increase in attendance from 2004. Running September 12-15 at Boston's Hynes Convention Center, electronics engineering leaders from around the world joined financial and media analysts, business executives and members of the press at what is recognized as the largest embedded systems event on the east coast. Conference-goers attended four days of classes, workshops and presentations showcasing the technological breakthroughs of the industry's Creators of Technology -- design engineers and engineering management who take the first steps in creating cutting-edge breakthroughs driving our global economy and influencing our daily lives.
ESC Boston serves as a gathering place and educational forum for engineering's "rock stars," and the conference featured more than 160 leading exhibitors, 90 classes and tutorials and workshops on some of the industry's hottest technologies. The industry's top hardware and software providers, like Bluegiga, Xilinx, Lantronix, Wind River, Echelon and Quadros exhibited their latest products and announcements on the show floor, while companies like Sun Microsystems and Intel hosted free workshops for conference attendees, addressing specific solutions to unique design challenges.
The conference saw several company and product announcements, including: -- Xilinx's PowerPC™ and MicroBlaze™ Development Kit, Virtex™-4 FX12 Edition, a comprehensive design environment with everything embedded developers need to create processor-based systems. -- Certicom's new KeyInject, offering a trusted key injection platform for anti-cloning, designed to allow device makers to track production of contract manufacturers by controlling access to keying information, metering the use of this information, and generating reports on key usage. -- Enea's Element, a new suite of high-availability middleware tools and building blocks targeted at board and system chassis level multiprocessor designs in telecom, automotive, industrial control, and medical instrumentation applications. -- SafeNet SafeXcel-5140, the market's first Enterprise Security Processor specifically designed for network equipment manufacturers targeting the fast-growing small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) market. -- Lantronix's breakthrough technologies bringing powerful, data-center grade information exchange capabilities to embedded devices arrayed throughout private networks and the Internet through its new XPort™ Architect™ (AR™) embedded processor module.
Exhibitor press releases are available online at: http://www.esconline.com/boston/media/releases.htm.
Popular classes and tutorials revolved around topics like security, RFID, remote systems and legal issues surrounding the embedded systems industry. Keynote speaker Avi Rubin, professor of computer science and technical director of the Information Security Institute at Johns Hopkins University delivered the keynote address on "Security and Privacy Issues in RFID Technologies" describing the two types of RFID systems in use today and the security and privacy concerns introduced by these and future applications.
As security becomes an increasing concern for the embedded industry and engineers are being tasked with securing devices that share data with other devices, ESC Boston presented the Embedded Security Seminar on September 12- 14. The three-day series of events focused on the latest trends and tools with one-to-three hour sessions on topics like practical secure hardware design, wireless security, and Internet security hosted by executives from companies like Nokia, Atmel, Texas Instruments, LynuxWorks and Seagate.
Note to Journalists: Press and analysts are invited to view event press releases and exhibitor news announcements at http://www.esconline.com/boston/media.
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