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Mini-PC and SBC build on Whiskey Lake

2020-08-11 18:57 LinuxGizmos Jeff Child

Supermicro’s 3.5-inch “X11SWN-H-WOHS” SBC and “SYS-E100-9W-H” mini-PC based it feature an 8th Gen UE-series CPU, HDMI and DP, 4x USB 3.1 Gen2, 2x GbE, and 3x M.2. Supermicro has launched a fanless, 8th Gen Whiskey Lake SBC and mini-PC. The SYS-E100-9W-H mini-PC (or SuperServer E100-9W-H), which was reported on by Fanless Tech, is certified only […]

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Why are my capacitors getting so hot?

2020-08-11 17:10 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

I decided to buy-in to the modular hardware approach, and bought a little dc-dc converter as a building block to do something more complicated. So I hunted around and discovered that there is a popular design based around the XL4015 5A dc-dc converter from XL Semi. And for the second time, dipping my toe into ...

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SiFive raises another $60m

2020-08-11 15:48 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

SiFive has raised $61m in a Series E funding round led by existing investors including Intel, Qualcomm and SK Hynix, plus a new investor Prosperity7 Ventures – brings the total investment in SiFive to >$185m since 2015. “Global demand for storage and memory in the data centre is increasing as AI-powered business intelligence and data processing growth ...

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Maxim aims at USB-C power delivery and two cell charging

2020-08-11 15:29 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Maxim is aiming at USB-C Power Delivery with a pair of chips: the MAX77958 USB-C PD controller and the MAX77962 28W buck-boost charger. “As portable devices add new technologies such as 5G connectivity and 4K video, many are changing from single-cell to two-series [2S] cell architectures,” according to the company. “With this change, comes the ...

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Challenge Testing

2020-08-11 14:09 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

As it looks increasingly likely that the coronavirus will disrupt life until we have a vaccine, thoughts are turning to challenge vaccine trials. Challenge trials are where you’re infected with the bug and then given a drug to see if it cures the infection. In the USA, prisoners on death row have, in the past, ...

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Onyx Boox Poke2 Color eReader Launched for $299

2020-08-11 12:47 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Manga and comics fans, rejoice! After years of getting black & white eReaders, the first commercial color eReaders are coming to market starting with Onyx Boox Poke2 Color eReader sold for $299...

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BSI weaves formal framework around automated driving

2020-08-11 12:38 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

The British Standards Institution has published its the first taxonomy for specifying the operational design domain of automated driving systems. ‘PAS 1883 Operational design domain (ODD) taxonomy for automated driving systems (ADS)’ is a specification intended to help enable safe automated driving by defining a common language for describing the operating conditions, such type of roads, traffic ...

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1.2kW fan-free low profile ac-dc PSU for industrial and medical works at 100°C

2020-08-11 12:04 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Cosel has added a 1.2kW conduction-cooled ac-dc power supply to its TUNS series. For medical and industrial use, TUNS1200 is only 12.7mm high (117 x 87mm footprint) and weighs <280g. “TUNS1200 is suitable for applications requiring a silent power solution such as in a surgery room,” according to the company. “Equally, it is suitable for industrial applications ...

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Farnell signs KOA

2020-08-11 10:43 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Farnell has signed a distribution agreement with passives specialist KOA. Available in the autumn, Farnell’s customers will have access to KOA’s full portfolio with around 1500 lines of in-stock products available for delivery across Europe. In addition to thick film resistors, the product range includes shunt/current sense resistors, wide terminal resistors, high voltage resistors, thin ...

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Exor nanoSOM nS02 System-on-Module Features the 800MHz version of STM32MP1 Processor

2020-08-11 09:57 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Arrow Electronics and Exor Embedded have announced the nanoSOM nS02 system-on-module based on the 800MHz version of STMicro STM32MP1 microprocessor unveiled last February. The 25.4 x 25.4mm module is...

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Apple edges $2trn

2020-08-11 07:24 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

A successful launch of a 5G phone is likely to make Apple a $2 trillion market cap company. The launch is expected to happen next month. Last night the Nasdaq closed with Apple’s shares $16 short of the $467 price which would make Apple the first commercial company to be valued at $2 trillion. At ...

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Record Q3 expected for TSMC

2020-08-11 07:23 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

TSMC’s July revenues were 12.3% down on June‘s at $3.5 billion. Revenue totalled $24.72 billion for the first seven months of the year, rising 33.6% from the same period in 2019. TSMC expects revenues of between $11.2 billion and $11.5 billion in Q3 2020, which is a 9.3% sequential increase at the midpoint. Strong demand ...

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60GHz 28nm radar IC consumes 62mW

2020-08-11 07:11 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Imec has made a millimetre-wave motion detection radar at 60GHz fabbed in standard 28nm CMOS. Achieving 2-cm range resolution, the radar is optimized for vital sign monitoring and gesture recognition. The chip consumes 62 mW, making the sensor integrable into small, battery-powered devices. Experiments have demonstrated the sensor’s ability for multi-target detection, heartbeat detection at ...

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xDrill Smart Power Drill Supports Intelligent Speed/Torque, Laser Measuring, Digital Leveling (Crowdfunding)

2020-08-11 06:23 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Many home appliances now have smart functions, and in my cases, I fail to see the added value, and I’m not sure why I’d want/need a connected refrigerator with a touchscreen display. So...

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Newmarket Transistors

2020-08-11 02:17 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Here, from 59 years ago, is an ad from Electronics Weekly’s edition of March 8th 1961. Newmarket Transistors had started in December 1953 as a subsidiary of Pye under the name “The Transistor Development Company” to develop small signal, low frequency germanium transistors for portable radios. In 1958 it was renamed Newmarket Transistors – NKT ...

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Under $100 kit clusters five Raspberry Pi SBCs

2020-08-10 23:28 LinuxGizmos Eric Brown

8086 Consultancy’s $99 “ClusterCTRL Stack” board-set enables clustering of up to 5x Raspberry Pi boards with support for a 12-24V power supply and dual 5V fans. You can also 3D print a case. 8086 Consultancy has launched a Raspberry Pi clustering kit on Tindie for $99. The ClusterCTRL Stack comprises a controller board and passive […]

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3 x 500W led psu for stadium lighting

2020-08-10 17:27 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Euco Arena Sport led drivers from Delta are aimed at industrial and commercial lighting applications such as high mast, recreational sports, harbours, airports, and parking areas. There are three 500W (1.5kW total) outputs, dimmable across 0.1% to 100% under DALI-2 digital control. Output is 250V~500Vdc programmable across 500mA – 1.4A. Typical current ripple is “≤1% ...

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Snap-in high-ripple electrolytic capacitors for solar

2020-08-10 16:37 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Vishay has created a series of high ripple current aluminium electrolytic capacitors for solar power converters. “Designed for solar applications, Solar 193 PUR-SI power capacitors offer rated voltage of 500V and useful life of 6,000 hours at a maximum operating temperature of 105°C,” according to New Yorker Electronics, which is stocking the parts. Rated ripple ...

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At last, more LLC15E collimators

2020-08-10 15:41 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

At last, I have another Gaggione LLC15E to build into a bike light, and some spares. But, before I write another word about them, I must apologies to John-Michael Ermel of LEDwerks, aka Group in Parity, in Illinois. I always try to buy parts when I can, and not just to ask companies for samples. And ...

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The Rock Of Public Distrust

2020-08-10 15:03 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Contact tracing via phones has been a disaster. Only one state in the USA has it – Virginia. Singapore was one of the first to deploy it but had only a 35% adoption rate in July even though it was compulsory for migrant workers. Latvia adopted an app in May but only 100,000 out of ...

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Nanoparticle layer makes brighter LEDs

2020-08-10 15:01 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Researcher at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati have found a way to get more light out of LED die using nano-scale metal particles. This has nothing to do with making the particles into phosphors. Instead, is is a way of preventing light bouncing back into into a conventional LED die from the die-encapsulant boundary ...

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Laser grown in silicon is electrically-pumped

2020-08-10 13:00 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

The University of Arkansas is claiming a first – an electrically-pumped germanium-tin laser grown monolithically on silicon. Electrical pumping is a big deal – many proof-of-concept semiconductor lasers, including an earlier version of this device, have to have their operating energy delivered optically through other lasers. However, the laser still requires cryogenic cooling to function. ...

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AMD Ryzen Embedded SBC Review with Ubuntu 20.04

2020-08-10 11:23 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Last June, we reviewed DFI GHF51 Ryzen Embedded R1606G SBC with Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC. We had to send back the board to Taiwan, as the company wanted to double-check some of the issues we...

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1W 0603 SMD 50Ω terminators work from DC to 67GHz

2020-08-10 11:19 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Smiths Interconnect has released a series of high frequency surface mount chip PCB line terminations. Called CTX SMT, and based on thin-film construction, the devices work across dc-67GHz and handle up to 1W of power. VSWR is typically 1.25:1, and 1.50:1 max in a 50Ω system, and 10x pulses can be handled (1µs at 1% ...

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Huawei to end production of leading edge mobile chipsets

2020-08-10 07:30 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Huawei is to end production of its top-of-the- range Kirin mobile processors in September, according to Caixin Global, the Chinese state news site. “From Sept. 15 onward, our flagship Kirin processors cannot be produced,” Richard Yu (pictured) CEO of Huawei’s consumer unit said at the recent Mate 40 launch, “our AI-powered chips also cannot be ...

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Holoportation

2020-08-10 07:27 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

For those getting fed up with waiting for teleportation there’s an interim step now available – holoportation. For $60,000 you can buy a machine called a HOLOPORTL which lets you talk in real-time with a life-sized hologram of someone else. Makes Zoom look a trifle shabby? The HOLOPORTL is made by an LA company called ...

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The Science Journal initiative graduates from Google to Arduino

2020-08-10 07:25 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

Arduino and Google have agreed that the Google Science Journal will be transferring over to Arduino control from this September. The journal was originally a Google initiative to encourage students to explore the world around them and record their observations as they conduct their own experiments. It was an open source project, and with ...

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Panasonic Launches ECQUB caps

2020-08-10 07:03 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Panasonic has released new Metallized Polypropylene Film Capacitor ECQUB series (Safety Class Y2/X1). This series features an operating temperature range of -40°C up to 110°C and a rated voltage of 300VAC. For safety class Y2, the nominal capacitance range is from 0.001µF up to 0.0068µF; for safety class X1, the nominal capacitance range is from ...

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Kemet SMD caps aim at high CV ratings

2020-08-10 07:02 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

KEMET has launched a Tantalum Stack Polymer (TSP) O 7360-43 and the 82uF/75V rated voltage extension in Polymer Hermetically Sealed. The TSP series is designed to provide the highest capacitance/voltage (CV) ratings in surface mount device (SMD) capacitors with its innovative stacking construction. These capacitors are suitable and sized for use in high voltage power ...

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Supermicro Launches SuperServer SYS-E100-9W-H Fanless Whiskey Lake Embedded Mini PC

2020-08-10 06:22 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

US-based Supermicro is known for its server products, but the company’s latest SuperServer SYS-E100-9W-H fanless embedded mini PC targets other applications, specifically industrial automation,...

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Ed Makes A Sacrifice

2020-08-10 02:20 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Here at my country place I am practising social distancing – it’s not too tough when you have a few hundred acres to play in, Ed confides to his diary. Anything brought in is delivered to the gatehouse where it is sanitised before coming up here. But, as always, it’s boring in the country. There ...

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Beelink GT-R Review – An AMD Ryzen 5 Mini PC Tested with Windows 10 and Ubuntu 20.04

2020-08-09 11:04 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Whilst Windows mini PCs have traditionally used Intel processors similar small form factor (SFF) devices using AMD based processors have recently been announced and Beelink is amongst the first...

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ClusterCTRL Stack Helps You Power and Cool up to 5 Raspberry Pi SBC’s

2020-08-08 06:43 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Building a small cluster of Raspberry Pi boards or/and other compact single board computers requires you to handle power and cooling issues, as it may not be practical to have one power supply per...

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Tough Apollo Lake box offers IP40 protection

2020-08-07 21:51 LinuxGizmos Jeff Child

Axiomtek’s rugged, IP40-protected “eBOX626-311-FL” embedded PC runs Linux or Win 10 on Apollo Lake with 2x GbE, 6x USB, 3x serial, SATA, mSATA dual mini-PCIe, and wide range power. Axiomtek announced a fanless, Intel Apollo Lake based embedded computer that supports Linux, Win 10 IoT, and the company’s AMS.AXView remote monitoring software. The eBOX626-311-FL is […]

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First Tiger Lake SBCs emerge

2020-08-07 17:03 LinuxGizmos Jeff Child

Aaeon and Kontron are prepping 3.5-inch SBCs — and Advantech will offer a 2.5-incher — that debut Intel’s 11th Gen, 10nm Tiger Lake CPUs. The 15-28W TDP Tiger Lake offers better graphics than Ice Lake, including support for up to 4x 4K displays. Intel’s recent announcement of an additional six months delay in delivering 7nm […]

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The Genesis Of Intel

2020-08-07 15:23 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

In 1967, Fairchild made a huge mistake as related by Charlie Sporck, legendary CEO of National Semiconductor, in his book SPINOFF: “John Carter was discharged as CEO (of Fairchild) and the corporation was looking for a new leader,” relates Spirck, “clearly,there was only one person in the entire organization with the credentials for that job. ...

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Most Read articles –

2020-08-07 13:50 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

There's an ingenious motorised microscope, a NAND price fall, the 5G base station market, Imec's EUV route and talk of Nvidia buying Arm...

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Prize winners recognised for unmanned underwater vehicle charging station

2020-08-07 12:15 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

Northrop Grumman and Seatrec have been announced as winners of an Explorer Prize sponsored by the Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in the United States. The competition sought to encourage innovative technology in marine renewable energy, to enable “more persistent and pervasive ocean observing”. The two companies together ...

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Wurth releases ‘performance’ grade 1206 SMD energy storage chokes

2020-08-07 11:55 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Wurth added high saturation current versions to the 1206 surface-mount shielded energy storage chokes in its WE-PD family. Identified by ‘1260P’ (with the ‘P’ indicating a performance parts within the PD family) the parts use a different core material. “Thanks to its MnZn core, the storage choke offers the highest ferrite-based saturation current and is ...

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SAMD21 Lite is a Stamp-sized, MikroBus Compatible Cortex-M0+ MCU Board

2020-08-07 09:55 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

If you’re a fan of tiny microcontroller boards, you’ll be pleased with BOKRA SAMD21 Lite board powered by Microchip SAMD21 Arm Cortex-M0+ MCU, exposing I/Os in a way compatible with...

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BaHa Box Smart Automation Hub Features Allwinner H2+ or NXP i.MX 6ULL Processor (Crowdfunding)

2020-08-07 09:09 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Most devices on the market are designed with a single brand of processor, but for their BaHa Box smart automation hub, xPoint Products decided to offer either Allwinner H2+ or NXP i.MX 6ULL versions....

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Picocom adopts Andes RISC-V cores for O-RAN SoC

2020-08-07 07:30 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Picocom has selected the AndesCoreÔ N25F RISC-V 32-bit core integrated with the AE350 peripherals platform for its forthcoming 5G small cell distributed unit (DU) System-on-Chip (SoC). Picocom is a 5G open RAN baseband semiconductor company with vast experience in the field of small cells. Its chosen partner, Andes Technology, is a leading supplier of high-performance, ...

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Flutter 1.20 updates for autofill, pan and zoom

2020-08-07 07:27 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

Google has announced version 1.20 of Flutter, its system for creating – in native ARM code – embedded graphic components for both iOS and Android from a single codebase. As well as promised performance improvements, the release includes some UI enhancements. For example, support for autofill, a new way to layer widgets to support pan ...

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Raspberry Pi makes Japanese keyboard

2020-08-07 07:24 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Raspberry Pi has come up with a Japanese keyboard. It required a new moulding set to cover the 83-key arrangement of the keys. It’s quite a complex keyboard, with three different character sets to deal with. ‘Figuring out how the USB keyboard controller maps to all the special keys on a Japanese keyboard was particularly ...

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Tax holiday for China’s 28nm manufacturers

2020-08-07 07:14 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

China has introduced a ten year tax holiday for logic companies which have been in existence for 15 years and use 28nm and better processes. Only two companies in China qualify for the incentive – SMIC and Hua Hong. For companies using nodes between 65nm and 28nm there is a tax incentive worth 50% of ...

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Odyssey Blue J4105 Windows & Linux Mini PC Comes with a 128GB SSD, an Arduino Compatible MCU

2020-08-07 06:00 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

We recently reviewed ODYSSEY-X86J4105 SBC by Seeed Studio with Windows 10, and installed it to the Re_Computer case to convert it into a mini PC. Besides being a standard Intel Gemini Lake SBC, the...

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ADAS not all it’s cracked up to be says AAA

2020-08-07 02:00 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

After all the hoo-ha about driverless cars, now relegated to the sometime-never category, the American Automobile Association has come up with a study saying that ADAS isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. “AAA has repeatedly found that active driving assistance systems do not perform consistently, especially in real-word scenarios,” says Greg Brannon, AAA’s director ...

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Linux-driven Home Assistant smart hub starts at $219

2020-08-06 22:58 LinuxGizmos Jeff Child

zPoint Products has gone to Indiegogo to pitch an open source, cloudless “BaHa Box” smart hub starting at $219 that runs Linux and Home Assistant on an Allwinner H2+ or i.MX6 ULL with 2x USB, 10/100 LAN, WiFi/BT, and optional Zigbee and Z-Wave. Delta, Canada based zPoint Products, a spin-off of TechSol (Technical Solutions Inc), […]

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Datasheet: PC/104 Boards

2020-08-06 18:44 LinuxGizmos Jeff Child

(Circuit Cellar article)With roots that grew from the ISA-bus era, PC/104 has grown into an embedded board-level form factor suited to the PCI Express landscape. This Datasheet section updates readers on this technology trend and provides a product album of representative PC/104 and PC/104 family SBCs.

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Design industry collaborates to combat software piracy

2020-08-06 17:50 ElectronicsWeekly Caroline Hayes

EDA companies, Cadence, Mentor, a Siemens Business, Synopsys and semiconductor equipment industry association, SEMI, have joined forces to jointly develop the SEMI Server Certification protocol, to combat EDA software piracy. The protocol will define how servers can be identified to ensure that it is authentic and not a cloned version that is using software licenses ...

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