First News Briefs for December 18, 2012
RFaxis, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company, today announced its collaboration with Ozmo Devices on a 5GHz 802.11a Wi-Fi Direct module reference design, featuring the RFaxis single-chip, single-die RFX5000 CMOS RF Front-end Integrated Circuit (RFeIC) paired with the OZMO2000 Wi-Fi CERTIFIED System-on-Chip (SoC) with integrated radio, baseband and microcontroller. Ozmo Devices, a provider of low-power Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN) solutions, extends its list of Wi-Fi peripheral devices ranging from keyboards, mice, remote controls for TVs and set-top boxes, gaming headsets, and to now home audio and high fidelity surround sound speaker systems.
Radio IP Software Inc., a developer of Mobile Virtual Private Network (MVPN) software solutions, announced today support for Android applications and devices on its enterprise mobile VPN solution.
Elektrobit, a developer of embedded technology solutions for the automotive and wireless industries, helped develop the navigation and user-experience features in the new Volkswagen Golf VII standard infotainment system, launched at Paris Auto Show earlier this year and currently available in Europe.
Physical Optics Corporation today announced it has received a production contract in the amount of $13.5 million from the Naval Air Systems Command to produce 85 Digital Data Set (DDS) Systems and 20 spares for use on the T-45 aircraft. Work begins in the Torrance, CA, facility immediately, and this phase of the contract is to be completed by February 2014. The contract has the potential to be expanded, placing DDS Systems onto additional T-45 aircraft through production options as funding becomes available.