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  • Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog


    Feedback Controllers - Making Hardware with Firmware. Part 9. Closing the low-latency loop
    Published. July 9, 2018

    It's time to put together the DSP and feedback control sciences, the evaluation electronics, the Intel Cyclone floating-point FPGA algorithms and the built-in control loop test-bed and evaluate some example designs. We will be counting the nanoseconds and looking for textbook performance in the creation of emulated hardware circuits. Along the way, there is a printed circuit board (PCB)......


  • Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Laptops and Desktops Blog


    Compulab releases MintBox Mini 2 PC with Linux Mint 19 pre-installed
    Published. June 30, 2018

    Announced earlier this year, the fanless mini-PC has a $299 starting price and ships with a quad-core Intel Celeron processor and the latest flavor of Mint....


  • Tech Design Forums Blog

    Tech Design Forums Blog


    SAR-VCO combo tunes RF receiver power on 16nm
    Published. June 20, 2018

    Researchers from the UC Berkeley and Intel teamed up to develop an energy-tuneable RF front-end on a digital finFET process with no need for analog process options....


  • Linux and Open Source

    Linux and Open Source


    ?Another day, another Intel CPU security hole: Lazy State
    Published. June 13, 2018

    Intel has announced that there's yet another CPU security bug in its Core-based microprocessors....


  • Electrical Engineers  Talk Tech

    Electrical Engineers Talk Tech


    Intel Movidius Empowers Mobile, Cloud-Free Artificial Intelligence
    Published. February 21, 2018

    AI is slowly finding its way to lower-end embedded hardware. For about $100 USD, it is now possible to acquire the all necessary hardware and software to build a customized, vision-based AI solution....


  • Electronics Engineering Video Blog

    Electronics Engineering Video Blog


    EEVblog #1068 – Autonomous Uber Incident Update
    Published. April 1, 2018

    An update on the autonomous self driving Uber Volvo XC-90 involved in the pedestrian fatality. It is being reported that Uber disabled the Intel Mobileye collision avoidance sensor that is factory fitted in Volvo XC90. Intel have ran the dashcam footage of the accident through the Mobileye system and said that even with the dark ......


  • Mocana IoT Security Blog

    Mocana IoT Security Blog


    How Secure is the Car of the Future?
    Published. October 10, 2017

    Modern cars are well on their way to revolutionizing the automotive industry. Intel’s 2017 whitepaper reports that “the newest cars on the road are equipped with active safety features that help protect drivers and passengers, heads-up displays that makes it easy to read instruments, and in-vehicle infotainment that makes the trip more enjoyable.” But with an IoT-enabled automobile comes greater security risks. And by 2020, analysts estimate that there will be more than 250 million connected...


  • Steven Brown's Blog

    Steven Brown's Blog


    When Arm meets Intel – Overcoming the Challenges of Merging Architectures on an SoC to Enable Machine Learning
    Published. September 25, 2017

    As the stakes for winning server segment market share grow ever higher an increasing number of companies are seeking to grasp the latest Holy Grail of multi-chip coherence. The approach promises to better enable applications such as machine learning, network processing, in-memory data base, and other large dataset tasks. Arm and its partners continue to pursue the server market long dominated by Intel. The results will be SoCs that combine Arm CPU sub-systems with high speed interfaces such as PCI...


  • All About Microsoft

    All About Microsoft


    Intel seemingly hints of potential patent infringement around x86 emulation on ARM
    Published. June 9, 2017

    Intel is warning other companies that emulation of x86 on various processors requires the proper intellectual property licensing. Do Microsoft, Qualcomm, and their PC partners make the cut?...


  • Rands In Repose

    Rands In Repose


    Radical Efficiency
    Published. April 6, 2017

    Silicon Valley earned its name for the early chip-making business which staked early claims in orchard filled valleys. Companies such as Fairchild Semiconductor and later Intel and AMD were in the business of silicon, but they were also in the business of reinventing business introducing such concepts of stock options for employees and openly denying… More...


  • scalability.org

    scalability.org


    M&A: Vertical integration plays
    Published. June 16, 2016

    Two items of note here. First, Cavium acquires qlogic. This is interesting at some levels, as qlogic has been a long time player in storage (and networking). There are many qlogic FC switches out there, as well as some older Infiniband gear (pre-Intel sale). Cavium is more of a processor shop, having built a number […]...


  • Functional Verification Blog

    Functional Verification Blog


    Simulation Acceleration—Maximizing Simulator Performance
    Published. May 25, 2016

    "Simulation Acceleration” or “Accelerated Verification” are terms commonly used to describe a verification environment in which the Device Under Test is synthesized and runs on the emulator, while the testbench runs on the simulator. This blog describes a technique for maximizing the performance of the simulator and thus increasing the overall performance of the Simulation Acceleration. In Simulation Acceleration (SA), the verification environment is partitioned into two levels. The lower...



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