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1702, 2016

SGET members at Embedded World 2016, Feb 23 to Feb 25, Nuremberg

February 17th, 2016|

Dear SGET members, lots of SGET members are participating at "Embedded World" in Nuremberg 2016, from Feb 23 to Feb25. Please click here for the exhibition list of our participating members. If you want to get in contact with other members and talk to them directly about new ideas, standards development or any other (business) topics, please use this opportunity and visit their booth. And please feel free to share the [...]

2411, 2015

SGET members at SPS IPC Drives 2015, Nov 24 to Nov 26, Nuremberg (copy 1)

November 24th, 2015|

Dear SGET members, lots of SGET members are participating at "SPS IPC Drives" in Nuremberg 2015, from Nov 24 to Nov 26. Please click here for the exhibition list of our participating members. If you want to get in contact with other members and talk to them directly about new ideas, standards development or any other (business) topics, please use this opportunity and visit their booth. And please feel free to [...]

210, 2015

SDT.04 workshop on embedded IoT

October 2nd, 2015|

Munich, October 1, 2015 - The SDT.04 workgroup announced today that a one day workshop will be held at October 14, 2015 between all workgroup members. The workshop will take place at the airport Munich for easy travel and focus on the discussion around our embedded IoT standardization work. Interested parties may contact the chairman Markus.Grebing@adlinktech.com or info@sget.org. For those bonus list who are not yet participating in the SDT.04, [...]

1308, 2015

New SGET team SDT.04 with focus on IoT (Internet of Things) founded. Call for participation

August 13th, 2015|

Dear Sirs, SGET e.V. is about to start a new workgroup and is calling for your participation. Find attached the preliminary Team Mission Statement (TMS) for details. How to participate: Please reply by email and state your participation commitment by September 10, 18:00 CET.If you're not yet a SGET member you'll have to apply for membership in parallel (see http://www.sget.org/how-to-become-member.html for details).If you're already a SGET member, additional fees will [...]

708, 2015

SGET member Iriso delivers industrial grade MXM2 Connector for Qseven standard with 10-year-LTA

August 7th, 2015|

Munich/Yokohama, August 07, 2015 – SGET Standardization Group for Embedded Technologies e.V., highly values the long term availability (LTA) of its Standards and the related key components. With regard to Qseven this especially concerns the 230-pin MXM2 system connector. This was initially designed to work as a cost-effective board-to-board connector for consumer graphics cards and has come close to its end of life in this function.

2402, 2015

SGET team SDT.02 finalises Qseven V2.0 Carrier Board Design Guide

February 24th, 2015|

SGET Standardization Group for Embedded Technologies e.V., has finalised Version 2.0 of the Qseven Design Guide “Guidelines for designing Qseven carrier boards” successfully. Reference examples from the actual Qseven V2.0 Reference Carrier Board ensure a clear understanding of the subject. New features since the last Version 1.2 include support for USB 3.0 SuperSpeed and embedded DisplayPort, just to name the two most popular ones. "Now it’s even easier to choose [...]

2201, 2015

SGET adopts ‘embedded NUC™’ standard

January 22nd, 2015|

Munich, 13th January 2015 – The SDT.03 (Standard Development Team) work group of the SGET Standardization Group for Embedded Technologies e.V. has officially adopted Version 1.0 of the SGET embedded NUC™ specification, its first standard development. embedded NUC™ is based on the compact Intel® NUC system (NUC: Next Unit of Computing), which combines a wide range of PC functions in an extremely slim format. With its 10 x 10 cm [...]

1712, 2014

SGET team SDT.02 releases Specification of Qseven Camera Feature Connector

December 17th, 2014|

SGET, the Standardization Group for Embedded Technologies e.V., has released an addendum to the 2.0 version of the Qseven standard. The standard, originally developed by the Qseven consortium in 2007 has been adopted by SGET e.V. in 2012. The addendum specifies how a MIPI-CSI2 compatible camera can be connected to a Qseven module via a standard feature connector to enable cost-optimized high-resolution camera systems. "This is a great example how [...]

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