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  • Consumerization: BYOD

    Consumerization: BYOD

    Elgamal encryption decryption using java
    Published. April 29, 2017

    I am having a trouble not knowing how to do a java code that will take user string then encrypt it using Elgamal algorithm as following Elgamal algorithm Pseudo code:- Select Q where Q is a prime number- Select where is a primitive root of Q and < Q.- Select ......


  • Open Source Initiative blogs

    Open Source Initiative blogs

    Proprietary Election Systems: Summarily Disqualified
    Published. April 28, 2017

    The following was provided by Brent Turner, California Association of Voting Officials (CAVO) Secretary. CAVO, an OSI Affiliate Member. Hello Open Source Software Community & U.S. Voters, I and the California Association of Voting Officials, represent a group of renowned computer scientists that have pioneered open source election systems, including, "one4all," New Hampshire’s Open Source Accessible Voting System (see attached). Today government organizations like NASA, the Department of Defense,...


  • All About Microsoft

    All About Microsoft

    Microsoft Windows 10 'Redstone 3' test build brings back My People feature
    Published. April 28, 2017

    Microsoft's latest Windows 10 'Redstone 3' test build, No. 16184, adds back a feature that Microsoft cut from the Creators Update back in January 2017: My People....


  • Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    ARM deploys data-center tech to study verification patterns
    Published. April 28, 2017

    ARM is using technologies such as Hadoop and Spark to provide insight into how well its verification processes are working....


  • TI E2E Community

    TI E2E Community

    Blog Post: Precise Current Limiter for Smart E-Meter
    Published. April 28, 2017

    Automatic meter reading (AMR) systems have become more popular in recent years. This technology saves electricity providers the expense of periodic trips to each physical location to read a meter so that billing is based on real-time consumption rather than on estimations. Because of these advantages, AMR has even become a mandatory requirement to all new generation e-meters in some countries. Below you’ll find a typical block diagram for a smart e-meter system . Data transmission is achieved by...


  • Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    EEVblog #988 – FLIR ETS320 Benchtop Thermal Camera Review
    Published. April 27, 2017

    Review of the new FLIR ETS320 Benchtop Thermal Imaging Camera designed for electronics and PCB use. Forum HERE...


  • Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories

    Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories

    Clean Technology Innovation Is in Decline
    Published. April 26, 2017

    The last two years have been slow for green energy patents, and plans to cut federal R&D could make that a real problem....


  • Everything USB

    Everything USB

    What are the Best Mini USB 3.0 Drives?
    Published. April 26, 2017

     The Best Mini Drives Lexar JumpDrive S45’s and Sandisk’s Ultra Fit speed, size and price range come out on top in comparison to other […] The post What are the Best Mini USB 3.0 Drives? appeared first on Everything USB....


  • Linux and Open Source

    Linux and Open Source

    Open-source EdgeX Foundry seeks to standardize Internet of Things
    Published. April 24, 2017

    Fifty companies have joined up to unify Internet of Things edge-computing programming....


  • Steven Brown's Blog

    Steven Brown's Blog

    SoC Verification with Portable Stimulus Using Perspec System Verifier
    Published. April 24, 2017

    This year’s CDNLive San Jose was another gem. Many great keynotes, customer presentations, and technical updates. There were several mentions of Machine Learning, both in general about the emergence of Artificial Intelligence in the world, and specifically on its application to EDA challenges. And there was a lot of focus on speed—the world’s first production proven parallel simulator, Xcelium , along with Protium S1 and Palladium Z1 . But what stuck out for me was a Qualcomm presentation on...


  • Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Lenovo adds $279 Flex 11 to its Chromebook laptop lineup
    Published. April 24, 2017

    The 2-in-1 device features a 11.6-inch touchscreen with 360-degree hinge, rugged design, and support for Android apps from the Google Play Store....


  • Sramana Mitra on Strategy

    Sramana Mitra on Strategy

    Foursquare on the way to Profitability -
    Published. April 12, 2017

    A BIA/Kelsey report published in 2015 estimates the location-targeted mobile ad revenues in the US to grow from $6.8 billion in 2015 to $18.2 billion in 2019. The researcher believes that... ___...


  • Sramana Mitra on Strategy

    Sramana Mitra on Strategy

    Foursquare on the way to Profitability -
    Published. April 12, 2017

    A BIA/Kelsey report published in 2015 estimates the location-targeted mobile ad revenues in the US to grow from $6.8 billion in 2015 to $18.2 billion in 2019. The researcher believes that... ___...


  • 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...


  • Rick Lyons's DSP Blog

    Rick Lyons's DSP Blog

    Launch of Youtube Channel: My First Videos - Embedded World 2017
    Published. April 5, 2017

    I went to Embedded World 2017 in Nuremberg with an ambitious plan; I would make video highlights of several exhibits (booths) to be presented to the *Related sites audience.  I would try to make the vendors focus their pitch on the essential in order to produce a one to three minutes video per booth. So far my experience with making videos was limited to family videos, so I knew I had......


  • Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Launch of Youtube Channel: My First Videos - Embedded World 2017
    Published. April 5, 2017

    I went to Embedded World 2017 in Nuremberg with an ambitious plan; I would make video highlights of several exhibits (booths) to be presented to the *Related sites audience.  I would try to make the vendors focus their pitch on the essential in order to produce a one to three minutes video per booth. So far my experience with making videos was limited to family videos, so I knew I had......


  • Denali Memory Blog

    Denali Memory Blog

    USB Type-C: Let’s Get Real
    Published. April 5, 2017

    Have you tried a product incorporating the new USB Type-C port? Do you wonder how well it works? I recently bought a new laptop and monitor that support this interface. In fact, Type-C is the only port on those devices. Image courtesy Austin Event Photography I’ve been looking forward to the promise of a single, all-encompassing port ever since I wrote Why USB 3.0 Will Drive SoC Verification back in 2013. Well, it turns out that my prediction was off by a couple years, but Type-C is finally...


  • CFD doesn’t mean Color For Directors

    CFD doesn’t mean Color For Directors

    CFD Helps Design More Efficient Datacenters
    Published. March 22, 2017

    Behind the scenes of our ever-growing information and entertainment consumption, huge datacenters are an essential part of today’s massive Internet connectivity. In addition to the general web-support services provided by the likes of Google, large companies also are running their own datacenters. With so many proliferating, the efficiency, reliability, and energy-use of these buildings that […]...


  • Barr Code

    Barr Code

    Real Men [Still] Program in C
    Published. March 29, 2017

    It’s hard for me to believe, but it’s been nearly 8 years since I wrote the popular “Real Men Program in C” blog post (turned article). That post was prompted by a conversation with a couple of younger programmers who told me: “C is too hard for programmers of our generation to bother mastering.” I […]...


  • scalability.org

    scalability.org

    pcilist: because sometimes you really, really need to know how your PCIe devices are configured
    Published. March 29, 2017

    If you don’t know what I am talking about here, that’s fine. I’ll assume you don’t do hardware, or you call someone else when there is a hardware problem. If you think “well gee, don’t we have lspci? so why do we need this?” then you probably have not really tried to use lspci to […]...


  • Mocana Device Blog

    Mocana Device Blog

    Introducing Mocana IoT Security Platform
    Published. March 23, 2017

    We are excited to share with you that we have released the Mocana IoT Security Platform, a new, version (GA0217) of our security software solution for embedded systems and the Internet of Things (IoT). This is a major update release that builds upon the cybersecurity technology that the company has developed over the past 15 years that secures embedded systems and IoT devices....


  • Mocana Device Blog

    Mocana Device Blog

    Introducing Mocana IoT Security Platform
    Published. March 23, 2017

    We are excited to share with you that we have released the Mocana IoT Security Platform, a new, version (GA0217) of our security software solution for embedded systems and the Internet of Things (IoT). This is a major update release that builds upon the cybersecurity technology that the company has developed over the past 15 years that secures embedded systems and IoT devices....


  • Analog Insights

    Analog Insights

    AMS SIG India, 2017 – Update
    Published. March 22, 2017

    Happy Wednesday folks! If you recall, AMS SIG India was held in Bengaluru last month (2/16/17). It was well attended and quite successful! Distinguished speakers from Samsung, Xilinx, Qualcomm, STMicroelectronics, and Synopsys R&D, spoke on a wide variety of topics centered around the use of Synopsys solutions to address AMS custom design and verification challenges […]...


  • Green Hills Software

    Green Hills Software

    Green Hills Software and Imagination Announce INTEGRITY RTOS Support for MIPS I6400 CPU
    Published. March 15, 2017

    Ultra-Efficient Processing for Systems Requiring Real-Time Performance, Security and Reliability...


  • Team Specman Blog

    Team Specman Blog

    Static Members in e
    Published. March 12, 2017

    How do you define elegant or clean code? Usually, you know it when you see it; defining it is harder. It is usually a simple, clear and well-structured code. OO programming languages (like Java, C++, System Verilog, and also e ) provide you with aids to write elegant code. This blog is about static members in e . Can you live without them? Usually, you can. What can they do for you? Help you write elegant and clean code. What if you don’t care about your code being elegant? Well, first you should...


  • A View From the Top

    A View From the Top

    Software Modeling and KPI
    Published. March 9, 2017

    Closing the Loop with Key Performance Indicators In Software Modeling Goes Mainstream, Ed Sperling recently wrote how chipmakers are applying use case modeling techniques to better understand the interactions between software and hardware and how they impact system performance and energy efficiency. As the software content for multicore SoCs grows, these interactions are becoming increasingly […]...


  • Branden Williams' Security Coverage Blog

    Branden Williams' Security Coverage Blog

    More Printer Security Talk
    Published. March 7, 2017

    If you don’t have the context, read my previous post on comparing printers to VoIP—i.e., it’s another computer on our network. Now that you are in the right mindset, look around your office and see if you see a printer sitting somewhere. It might even do copies, scanning, and faxing. Super fancy ones might even […]...


  • Robin Bornoff's Blog

    Robin Bornoff's Blog

    SEMI-THERM 33 – ‘A History of Commercial CFD’ Short Course
    Published. March 6, 2017

    At this year’s SEMI-THERM symposium next week in San Jose, John Parry and I will be presenting a short course on “A History of Commercial CFD from Bernoulli to Spalding and Beyond, with a Focus on Electronics Cooling Simulation”. Ranging from the history of fluid dynamics and heat transfer, the emergence of computing as an […]...


  • Verification Horizons Blog

    Verification Horizons Blog

    Will UVM 1800.2 Leave You Behind?
    Published. February 23, 2017

    We recently reached yet another important milestone in the life of the Universal Verification Methodology. The IEEE 1800.2 UVM Standard was recently approved and will be published shortly. That’s great news, especially to those of us who have spent the past few years working on this effort. This IEEE effort was a bit different from […]...


  • MyEclipse

    MyEclipse

    Connecting your Angular 2 App to your Java EE Backend
    Published. February 13, 2017

    Connecting your Angular 2 App to your Java EE BackendYou’ve been developing in Java EE all this time, but you’re tired of using JSF, or perhaps even Struts, and want to move to something more modern for your front end? Angular 2 is a perfect fit, and with the recent release of Angular 2 GA, […] The post Connecting your Angular 2 App to your Java EE Backend appeared first on Genuitec....


  • PCB Signal and Power Integrity Tech Corner

    PCB Signal and Power Integrity Tech Corner

    Correlation up to 50GHz
    Published. February 9, 2017

    Last week I attended DesignCon, and as usual correlation between simulation and measurement was a hot topic, especially for the newer “bleeding edge” bus speeds.  In fact, I recently wrote an article on the topic that can be found here.  As we start approaching 50Gb/s speeds, proper materials characterization is crucial to achieving good correlation.  […]...


  • Always On Real

    Always On Real

    Mobile Predictions 2017
    Published. January 3, 2017

    Mobile Predictions 2017 http://www.chetansharma.com/MobilePredictions2017.htm Download A very happy, healthy, and prosperous 2017 to you and your family. Hope you had a good holiday and are ready to take on the new year with vigor and purpose. My thanks to all who participated in our 10th annual Mobile Predictions Survey. It is a unique polling of […]...


  • Joel on Software

    Joel on Software

    Developers are Writing the Script for the Future
    Published. December 9, 2016

    Last week I was invited to Slush in Helsinki, where I gave a keynote called “Developers are Writing the Script for the Future.” Here’s a 20 minute video… Read more "Developers are Writing the Script for the Future"...


  • David Lacey's IT Security Blog

    David Lacey's IT Security Blog

    Calling the odds
    Published. May 20, 2016

    I’ve had some interesting conversations recently with Professor Fred Piper regarding risk probability. The discussion started because I was concerned about assessments of risk probability, as one might routinely use to populate a risk heat map or risk register. What’s the problem? For me, it’s the fact that, as the probability of an incident occurring... The post Calling the odds appeared first on David Laceys IT Security Blog....


  • Urban Work Bench

    Urban Work Bench

    90% of Municipal Engineering is Communication
    Published. September 6, 2016

    I’m regularly reminded of the importance of communication as a part of municipal #engineering as I provide updates on projects and operations to decision-makers. Unfortunately, most university programs in engineering, and many junior level positions fail to prepare graduates and young engineers for this reality. Design work, physics, materials, mechanics, chemistry, and hydraulics are foundational […]...


  • Ran Avinun's Blog

    Ran Avinun's Blog

    The Challenge of System Integration and Bring-Up
    Published. May 3, 2011

    In the last few years, I have talked with many companies and analysts and consistently heard that system integration time is becoming one of the key challenges in system development. Many companies spend 50% of their total development cycle on system integration and bring-up. This blog will describe the key challenges customers face today, and will refer to a new Cadence approach and offerings to address them. Post-Silicon System Integration and Bring-Up The flood of application-driven devices forces...


  • Tawna Wilsey Blog

    Tawna Wilsey Blog

    Cadence Presenting Four Spectre RF MicroApp Papers at IMS2016, May 22-27
    Published. May 16, 2016

    Hello Spectre RF Users, Next week is my all time favorite technical conference - the International Microwave Symposium IMS2016 , May 22-27 in San Francisco, CA at the Moscone Center. If you're at the conference, please stop by the Cadence booth and say hello. I really enjoy meeting my customers "live and in person" at these events. My colleagues and I will be presenting four MicroApp papers: • Demystifying Noise Simulation in RF Circuits – Spectre APS and RF Option , Tawna Wilsey...


  • Team genIES Blog

    Team genIES Blog

    Update to the OVM Register Package
    Published. November 29, 2011

    OVM users have something new to give thanks for this holiday season -- an update to the OVM Register Package (new link!!). This package is used by novice and advanced users and embodies years of experience gathered through hundreds of SystemVerilog projects. The Cadence genIES team has been remiss since the demise of the OVM World, which left the OVM community to use OVM_RGM 2.5. We did try to post to UVM World , but that is really dedicated to the UVM. Therefore, we will be picking up the contribution...


  • Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    How to Maximize Your Verification Experience at DAC 2016
    Published. June 2, 2016

    Next week will mark the annual EDA gathering in Austin. For me it is my 20 th DAC … I know, compared to some I am still wet behind my ears, but that’s only because I started my career in embedded software and actual chip development. I already outlined in my Blog “ The Top Five Trends In Verification To Watch For At DAC 2016 ”. The System Development Suite is all about the connection between different engines and the verification fabric holding them together, maximizing throughput, allowing...


  • Adam Sherer Blog

    Adam Sherer Blog

    It’s Time to Modernize Debug Data and It’s Happening at DAC
    Published. June 4, 2015

    “The leading edge is 1 million gates.” That was the news when we approved IEEE Verilog 1364-1995 and the open VCD syntax standard for debug data interoperability. Now the leading edge is over 1 billion gates and it’s time to modernize VCD. If you stop by the Verification Academy booth at DAC on Tuesday June 9 at 5pm, you’ll learn how. Now that I’ve piqued your interest, lets take a look at why we need to do this. In the early 1990s, engineers were running RTL and gate designs on simulators...


  • Robert Dwyer's Blog

    Robert Dwyer's Blog

    The Case for the Tiny Testcase
    Published. November 16, 2012

    I often joke with customers that, although I realize they have to work on large designs, I do my best work on designs with just 2 or 3 instances. That's because I'm often trying to replicate an issue they've observed on their design and I'm attempting to reproduce that behavior in a smaller circuit. I've found tiny testcases to be extremely efficient ways to gain quick clarity on tool behaviors which can then be more effectively applied to the real design. But it's not just...


  • Paul Johnston's Blog

    Paul Johnston's Blog

    Never mind the buzzwords: we want you … Autonomy!
    Published. August 24, 2016

    Hugh Bazzi is one of several new team-mates to have joined the team of Capital experts over the last two years. I was fortunate enough to persuade him to co-present with me on stage at the IESF conference in June this year. His recent professional background immediately prior to joining Mentor Graphics has been in […]...


  • Team Verify's Blog

    Team Verify's Blog

    DVCon 2013 for Formal and ABV Users
    Published. February 11, 2013

    At the upcoming DVCon (in San Jose, CA February 25-28) , Cadence will cover all aspects of our verification technologies and methodologies (full list of Cadence-sponsored events is here ). However, Team Verify would like to alert users of Cadence Incisive formal and multi-engine tools, apps, and assertion-based verification (ABV) to the following papers and posters focused on this domain. * Session 2, Tuesday Feb. 26, 9-10:30am features two papers: Paper 2.1, "Overcoming AXI Asynchronous Bridge...


  • Arthur Schaldenbrand Blog

    Arthur Schaldenbrand Blog

    Measuring Bipolar Transistor ft with Fixed Base-Collector Voltage
    Published. June 12, 2012

    Recently I had a question from reader. He asked a good question: "How do you to measure a bipolar transistor's ft when the base-collector voltage, Vbc, is fixed?" Attached is a modified version of the testbench that allows a user to measure ft with a fixed Vbc. While the aesthetics are not as pleasing as the original testbench, it does the job. The testbench is shown in Figure 1. The base of the bipolar transistor, the DUT, is grounded. The collector of the transistor is connected to...


  • Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    Does Secure Erase Actually Work?
    Published. July 18, 2016

    Chris A. Ciufo, Editor, Embedded Systems Engineering In this Part 2 of 2, I examine the subject of using the flash manufacturer’s secure erase feature—since so many DoD documents recommend it. In Part 1 of this blog (“How Does One … Continue reading →...


  • Team ESL Blog

    Team ESL Blog

    Creating SystemC TLM-2.0 Peripheral Models
    Published. July 14, 2011

    Over two years ago, I made some experiments and raised some requirements for an effective Virtual Platform IP authoring tool. Even with the passage of time, some people seem to find it useful as I regularly get questions about it. It is more than time to give you an update, and the good news is that such a tool is now available as part of the new Cadence Virtual System Platform (VSP) product. One of the capabilities provided by the Virtual System Platform is a tool to enable easy authoring of Virtual...


  • Signal Integrity

    Signal Integrity

    PAM-4 Simulation to Measurement Validation
    Published. June 29, 2016

    This DesignCon paper discusses PAM-4 signaling and a new measurement and simulation eco-system. Simulation of PAM-4 signals are done with an IBIS-AMI signal generator, an S-parameter channel model,and remote access software for receiver data recovery. Measured data is from commercially available equipment with specialized waveform processing. Try a free ADS 30-day trial....


  • Approaching Windows Embedded Intelligently

    Approaching Windows Embedded Intelligently

    Recommended System File Checker Usage for Windows Embedded Systems
    Published. June 15, 2016

    System File Checker (SFC) is a built-in command-line utility you can use to find and repair missing and corrupted files. The tool is available on all Windows platforms, including all the supported embedded systems. There are several options (switches) you can use with SFC, however, this post will only discuss the following: /scanfile /verifyfile /verifyonly......


  • NextGenLog

    NextGenLog

    #NEWS #Coventor SEMulator3D Moves #MEMS Tools Into Chip Design Mainstream
    Published. June 7, 2016


  • John Day

    John Day

    Ford Says Fusion Energi, With EPA-Estimated 610-Mile Range, Can Go Further Than Any Plug-In Hybrid
    Published. May 31, 2016

    Ford now offers a plug-in hybrid that can travel 610 miles on a full tank of gas and battery charge according to EPA estimates. It’s the highest combined range of any plug-in hybrid sold in America. (Photo: Business Wire) According to a recent survey, 40% of Americans are concerned about how far their vehicle can […]...


  • State-Space

    State-Space

    Beyond the RTOS: A Better Way to Design Real-Time Embedded Software
    Published. April 27, 2016

    An RTOS (Real-Time Operating System) is the most universally accepted way of designing and implementing embedded software. It is the most sought after component of any system that outgrows the venerable “superloop”. But it is also the design strategy that implies a certain programming paradigm, which leads to particularly brittle designs that often work only […]...


  • Otaku, Cedric's weblog

    Otaku, Cedric's weblog

    The Kobalt diaries: Automatic Android SDK management
    Published. April 9, 2016

    The dreaded SDK Manager Android has always had a weird dependency mechanism. On the JVM (and therefore, Android), we have this great Maven repository system which is leveraged by several tools (Gradle and Kobalt on Android) and which allows us to add dependencies with simple additions to our build files. This is extremely powerful and […]...


  • Chris Gamell's Analog Life

    Chris Gamell's Analog Life

    On The Road Again
    Published. March 22, 2016

    One large change in my transition from a desk-based engineer to a “product manager helping desk-based engineers” (and part time basement-based engineer) is the sharp increase in travel. I am writing this post from a hotel room, as I likely will others in the future. Travel has been a blessing. I get to meet more people […]...


  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows Embedded Keynote at SMART TECHnology World
    Published. March 26, 2012

    On Friday 23rd March 2012 Kevin Dallas, General Manager of the Windows Embedded Business at Microsoft delivered a keynote presentation at SMART TECHnology World, during the keynote Kevin is joined by Michael Allison, IT Administrator of Hillcrest Medical Center, Tom Romano, CIO of Kentucky Fried Chicken, and Jim Buczkowski, a Technical Fellow at Ford to......


  • Windows Embedded Standard

    Windows Embedded Standard

    This Blog is Moving!
    Published. July 9, 2012

    This blog site is being incorporated into a new, more integrated blog site that covers all things Embedded. As of today we will no longer be posting news and announcements on this site but will be posting to the new site instead- Approaching Embedded Intelligently. We have migrated a number of useful articles to this......


  • The Eyes Have It

    The Eyes Have It

    How automotive is changing IP standards
    Published. March 3, 2016

    New applications such as automotive are requiring different standards in the IP deliverables. There’s an interesting sea of change happening here, if you go back to the origins, some of the key suppliers to automotive were the steel and rubber industries – because that’s what the car was made of – which basically supported the long, […]...


  • John Coyne's Embedded Blog

    John Coyne's Embedded Blog

    Compact 7 Webcast–June 19th!
    Published. May 21, 2012

      Our Windows Embedded Compact 7 team is hosting a Webcast on June 19th! Image Tuning to balance Performance and Power in Windows Embedded Compact 7 The demands of the embedded world make creating the best image possible an absolute requirement.  This difficult task is made easier by the vast array of profiling and tuning......


  • Mike Jensen's Blog

    Mike Jensen's Blog

    Do Epic
    Published. December 17, 2015

    Reading license plates is one of my favorite stuck-in-traffic pastimes. I don’t mean reading plates with the standard, state-assigned combination of letters and numbers, but rather the words and phrases folks make up to create their own vanity plates. Most of the combinations are personal statements and give little pause for thought. Examples include LUV2DIG, […]...


  • Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    Low-Power Wireless Bus (LWB)
    Published. December 15, 2015

    We are happy to announce the open-source release of the Low-power Wireless Bus (LWB), a communication protocol for low-power wireless embedded systems. By mapping all communication onto network-wide Glossy floods, LWB lets low-power wireless nodes communicate as if they were connected to a shared bus, thus hiding the complexity of the underlying multi-hop topology from […]...


  • BCL Team Blog

    BCL Team Blog

    Portable Compression and HttpClient Working Together
    Published. June 7, 2013

    Today we’re happy to announce that we released two NuGet packages: A brand new Microsoft.Bcl.Compression (Beta). A portable compression library that supports stream based compression (gzip, deflate) as well as ZIP archives. An updated Microsoft.Net.Http 2.2 (Beta). Last week we shipped an RTM version. Today, we released a new beta that provides automatic decompression by......


  • GROG: Green Tech Blog

    GROG: Green Tech Blog

    Save energy and Money by weather stripping your house
    Published. October 2, 2015

    I originally wrote this for Tashman Home Center Weather stripping your home can save you money for several different reasons. While Southern California may not have harsh winters, it does have heat and our famous Santa Ana Winds and with climate change increasing the frequency and severity of both, weather stripping your home might be worth […]...


  • Stack Overflow

    Stack Overflow

    Peak detection of a time series
    Published. September 18, 2015

    I’ve been doing embedded work for so long now that it’s rare that I come across a need that I haven’t run into before. Well, it happened the other day, so I thought I’d share it with you. Here’s the situation. I have a transducer whose role is to determine a binary condition (essentially X […]...


  • The Java Posse

    The Java Posse

    Java Posse #461
    Published. February 7, 2015

    So long… and thanks for all the awesome! Fully formatted shownotes can always be found at http://javaposse.com   The Last Ever episode of the Java Posse, recorded in front of a live audience at Devoxx, several months ago.   Video version on www.parleys.com (recommended as there’s lots of visual action)   For follow up news, please subscribe to http://www.voxxed.com/ news, where we will announce any updates about former posse members as they live out their rock and roll retirement, trashing...


  • The Moth

    The Moth

    Speaking at VSLive! and Registration Discount Code
    Published. July 9, 2015

    Save $500 and use my special discount code (RDSPKMS) to register for Visual Studio Live! I'll be presenting the following keynote Title: Visual Studio 2015 – Any App, Any Developer Abstract: First you’ll take a brief tour of how Visual Studio caters to any development need, regardless of programming language choice, or type of app that you are building. Then you’ll see demos of the productivity gains you can enjoy with your existing or new code. Last, you’ll see the recent progress...


  • The Canonical Hamiltonian

    The Canonical Hamiltonian

    Part II: The Ecstasy and the Agony of UVM Abstraction and Encapsulation Featuring the AMIQ APB VIP
    Published. April 23, 2015

    Part II of our tour through UVM reusability through TLM ports and the factory in the AMIQ APB VIP. by Hamilton Carter – Senior Editor Tuning the Receiver Part I didn’t answer how, (or indeed if), the monitor’s messages make their way over to the write_item_from_mon method in the coverage collector.   Remember, the method is [...]...


  • Erich Styger << The Embedded Beat

    Erich Styger << The Embedded Beat

    Processor Expert Component Adds Touch to the Freescale Freedom Development Platform
    Published. November 6, 2012

    Through the use of tutorials, I have covered several features of the Freescale KL25Z Freedom development platform: its RGB LED, its accelerometer and the RTOS. My coverage has missed one useful peripheral thus far that is in plain view — the touchpad slider area (Figure 1). It is time I set matters right with this […]...


  • Sandro Groganz, Open Source Marketing Consultant

    Sandro Groganz, Open Source Marketing Consultant

    Just Released My Open Source Campaign Management Software
    Published. October 6, 2014

    It’s been very quiet on my blog for a long time. The reason being that I’ve been tinkering with and then building a software product for the past 9 months. As a marketing consultant for open-source vendors, I’ve been closely Continue reading →...


  • Jim Trudeau << The Embedded Beat

    Jim Trudeau << The Embedded Beat

    MQX Lite is a heavy-weight hitter
    Published. October 8, 2012

    By Jim Trudeau – The buzz around the Kinetis L series microcontroller (MCU) is really exciting. It combines the low-power, low-cost and ease-of-use of 8-bit, with the energy-efficiency, feature integration and scalability of 32-bit. My colleague Erich Styger wrote about the Freescale Freedom development platform, which is enabled by Kinetis L series KL1 and KL2 MCUs families. The platform […]...


  • Rainer Makowitz << The Embedded Beat

    Rainer Makowitz << The Embedded Beat

    Securing telematics and infotainment
    Published. January 11, 2012

    By Rainer Makowitz — The Consumer Electronics Show 2012 is once again demonstrating to what extent consumer devices either enter the car or they get converted into their automotive equivalent and added to the feature list. The biggest expectations on value for the driver are in the field of infotainment and assist functions. Whether access […]...


  • Glen Burchers << The Embedded Beat

    Glen Burchers << The Embedded Beat

    Robots may be the answer to jobs in North America
    Published. March 24, 2011

    By Glen Burchers For the last 20 years, North American manufacturing jobs have been flocking to low cost regions like China. While this has been a great boon to China and has often resulted in lower cost consumer goods, it’s taken its toll on the local economy. America was one of the most innovative manufacturing […]...


  • Simon Phipp's Blog

    Simon Phipp's Blog

    LibreOffice cash-for-code strategy tests open source ethic
    Published. September 12, 2014

    The Document Foundation's tender for the development of an Android implementation of LibreOffice begs serious questions, namely: Can an influx of cash into open source code creation succeed, and how do pay-for-code plays from nread more...


  • On Verification

    On Verification

    Getting the last 20%
    Published. July 7, 2010

    I am happy to write that Nusym’s pioneering coverage convergence technology is now part of Synopsys. Over the years, I’ve seen the “long pole” in verification schedules shift based on the evolution of verification technologies and chip architectures.  A few years ago one of the long poles was writing tests – it was nearly impossible […]...


  • To USB or not to USB

    To USB or not to USB

    Accelerated IP, USB and You
    Published. June 2, 2014

    Accelerated IP, USB and You Saturday and Sunday I spent about 10 hours this week walking 10 miles dropping off over 500 flyers for my friend running for San Jose City Council. I learned the following: 1) People have nicer lawns and gardens than me 2) People have worse looking lawns and gardens than me […]...


  • Siliconcowboy's Blog

    Siliconcowboy's Blog

    Comment on Were the Five Recent/Worst Mass Murderers in the US Democrats? by Harry Lee Hedgecock
    Published. June 25, 2014

    If they were NRA members your democrat lapdogs in the media would plastered it all over the TV, and NPR. The fact that they didn't is our fact check. If the news isn't reporting something detrimental to the republican party, then it doesn't exist, and they are unable to fabricate it without getting caught....


  • Gabe On EDA

    Gabe On EDA

    Accellera Breakfast at DAC
    Published. June 10, 2014

    In just a few years the Accellera breakfast has become an institution at DAC. It is held on Tuesday at 7:00 AM. This requires a bit of effort from the attendees, but it is well worth while. It started as the usual breakfast, although I was sitting next to Richard Goering who raises chickens and thus found the scrambled eggs wanting. But I am sure that in places like Moscone the scrambled eggs come from a box of powdered eggs anyway. read more...


  • Magic Blue Smoke

    Magic Blue Smoke

    Most Commonly Used/Required UPF 1801 Constructs
    Published. March 3, 2012

      Often times many designers keep asking one question ; Does all EDA tools support UPF2.0 Commands. In theory all the commands in UPF are referred to as IEEE 1801 commands and all the supported commands by the tool can be accessed through solvnet article  (https://solvnet.synopsys.com/retrieve/021264.html) In my opinion in addition to the standard UPF […]...


  • Listening Post

    Listening Post

    YouTube Helps Engineers
    Published. September 30, 2011

    The channel that gets to close our series on how social media helps engineers is YouTube. The only social media platform that we never hear anyone complain about or say they would never use is YouTube. Why is that you ask? Because everyone loves video! If you don’t have a Facebook page, refuse to open […]...


  • EDA Blog

    EDA Blog

    Updated version of Altium Designer delivers improved support, new features
    Published. June 4, 2014

    Altium Limited recently announced the latest update to its PCB design software, Altium Designer 14.3. The updates include improved support and new features that facilitate more efficient electronics design and design reuse. The update is available to all subscription users. Read more: Updated version of Altium Designer delivers improved support, new featuresTwitter @edablog : : […]...


  • Conversation Central

    Conversation Central

    SEMI Semiconductor Manufacturing Supply Chain Update
    Published. April 29, 2014

    Guest: Karen Savala, President, SEMI Americas Host: Karen Bartleson, Sr. Director, Corporate Programs and Initiatives, Synopsys Inc. If your browser doesn’t support Flash, click here to download the show and play it locally. For the past few years, the semiconductor manufacturing supply chain has been under tremendous pressure. Karen Savala, President of SEMI Americas, joins […]...


  • Absolute Power

    Absolute Power

    4G LTE vs. 3G Power Mystery Explained
    Published. August 9, 2012

      Last month we saw some interesting data in our investigation of energy efficiency of 4G LTE transmission versus 3G transmission on the new iPad. The data above suggests that in 4G LTE mode, the new iPad used roughly the same amount of energy (3.8Wh) for viewing our test movie (Star Trek, 2:06:46, 138MB) locally […]...


  • The Standards Game

    The Standards Game

    When will the Internet of Things arrive?
    Published. April 22, 2014

    The discussion about the Internet of Things is nothing but lively. Already companies and standards organizations are developing new standards and leveraging existing ones to make IoT a reality. Here’s an article from CNN.com about Qualcomm’s move to create an interoperable platform for IoT with a couple statements from me. (The comments from the general […]...


  • Coverage is my Friend

    Coverage is my Friend

    High Level Coverage
    Published. November 1, 2011

    Unless you’ve completely isolated yourself from the wisdom of Verification and EDA pundits, you must have heard at some point that High Level Verification and High Level Synthesis are the way of the future. This has been true for at least the past 10 years and most likely is still going to be true for […]...


  • FPGA Blog

    FPGA Blog

    Pentek releases new Onyx family 3U VPX board, based on Xilinx Virtex-7 FPGA
    Published. May 1, 2014

    Pentek has announced the Model 52751, the newest addition to the Onyx family. The Model 52571 is a two-channel, wideband transceiver 3U VPX board, based on the Xilinx Virtex-7 FPGA. It is suitable for connection to HF or IF ports of communication or radar systems. Read more Pentek releases new Onyx family 3U VPX board, […]...


  • Dana Gardner's BriefingsDirect

    Dana Gardner's BriefingsDirect

    Research: Spot buying automation delivers greater B2B procurement efficiency
    Published. July 16, 2013

    According to Hackett research, collaborative spot buying provides an ad-hoc and agile, yet managed, approach for companies to acquire goods and services at low volume....


  • Simon's DFM Corner

    Simon's DFM Corner

    Why are 450mm wafers and EUV lithography related?
    Published. March 6, 2014

    At the recent TSMC OIP, I had an interesting discussion with a TSMC employee (who shall remain nameless), regarding 450mm wafers. The gist of the discussion was that EUV has become a gating item for the move to 450mm wafers. Why are these two related? They are connected at the purse strings. It will cost […]...


  • PCB Matters

    PCB Matters

    Introducing DxDesigner 7.9.4
    Published. March 6, 2014

    Welcome! I am Gary Lameris Technical Marketing Engineer for Mentor Graphics. I’ve worked with DxDesigner since 1988 and have watched it grow from the independent Unix/Dos tool called PowerView and Viewdraw to a powerful multi-user schematic drafting program tightly integrated into the Expedition Enterprise and PADS layout tools today. Four years ago I moved to […]...


  • CallMOM

    CallMOM

    Who knew that you could balance 100?s of work orders simultaneously across the factory for truly optimized production plan?
    Published. March 6, 2014

    Our electronics manufacturing factories today are finally picking up steam. This is creating pressure on many companies who are looking for ways to improve performance-to-schedule. One of the most important factors in attracting and keeping customers, is the ability to continuously meet delivery commitments for production and to keep the delivery time as short as […]...


  • Verification Martial Arts

    Verification Martial Arts

    Run-time Save-restore Strategy with UVM & VCS
    Published. March 6, 2014

    In many verification environments, you reuse the same configuration cycles across different testcases. These cycles might involve writing and reading from different configuration and status registers, loading program memories, and other similar tasks to set up a DUT for the targeted stimulus. In many of these environments, the time taken during this configuration cycles are [...]...


  • Daniel Cazzulino's Blog

    Daniel Cazzulino's Blog

    OutDir vs OutputPath
    Published. January 28, 2014

    Which one should you use? Seems like OutputPath is the way to go, since it’s the one that is specified on every project you create, right inside the Debug or Release configuration. From C:WindowsMicrosoft.NETFrameworkv4.0.30319Microsoft.Common.targets, however, we learn: OutDir: Indicates the final output location for the project or solution. When building a solution, OutDir can be [...]...


  • Jack Erickson's Blog

    Jack Erickson's Blog

    Recap of Another Successful Japan C-to-Silicon User Seminar
    Published. January 14, 2014

    Back in November, our Japan office hosted a C-to-Silicon Compiler user meeting. They host about two per year, and the meetings have been growing in size and content. The November session drew 44 customers, representing 13 companies. The content spanned about a half day, covering a wide variety of topics. The user meeting started off with a C-to-Silicon business update, presented by our Japan region marketing lead for system design and verification, Makoto Yoshida. This included a high-level view...


  • AnalogTalk

    AnalogTalk

    Fusing sensor data
    Published. January 7, 2014

    Sensors can now be added to virtually anything, due to their small cost and size. As sensors continue to surround us, system requirements are moving from simple monitoring to providing complex information about our environment and activities. Data from multiple sensors, such as motion (accelerometers, magnetometers, gyroscopes) and environmental (light, temperature, humidity, pressure), needs to [...]...


  • Soft Talk - Multicore and Parallel Programming

    Soft Talk - Multicore and Parallel Programming

    And it’s ‘goodnight’ from him…
    Published. December 19, 2012

    After three years of writing here several times a week, I’m going to take a bit of a break from this blog. I’ll be blogging for Develop Online and Mobile Entertainment each week (sponsored by Intel), and this blog will be updated occasionally, but I won’t be able to dedicate the time to it that […]...


  • EEBeat

    EEBeat

    U.S. to Investigate General Service Lamp Efficiency Standard
    Published. December 20, 2013

    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has just initiated a rulemaking and data collection process focused on developing an energy efficiency standard for general service lamps (GSL). The term GSL covers a wide range of lighting technologies, including incandescent, compact fluorescent (CFLs), light-emitting diode (LED), organic light-emitting diode (OLED), and any other lamps that satisfy [...]...


  • EDA Graffiti

    EDA Graffiti

    Cyclone V SoC Development Kit Features Optimized Power Supply
    Published. December 18, 2013

    Get an optimized power design for your system with the ARM-based Cyclone V SoC Development Kit. Its Enpirion power increases power efficiency and reduces bill-of-material (BOM) costs while also saving valuable board space...


  • Brian's Brain

    Brian's Brain

    Cyclone V SoC Development Kit Features Optimized Power Supply
    Published. December 18, 2013

    Get an optimized power design for your system with the ARM-based Cyclone V SoC Development Kit. Its Enpirion power increases power efficiency and reduces bill-of-material (BOM) costs while also saving valuable board space...


  • Anablog

    Anablog

    Cyclone V SoC Development Kit Features Optimized Power Supply
    Published. December 18, 2013

    Get an optimized power design for your system with the ARM-based Cyclone V SoC Development Kit. Its Enpirion power increases power efficiency and reduces bill-of-material (BOM) costs while also saving valuable board space...


  • Now Hear This!

    Now Hear This!

    Cyclone V SoC Development Kit Features Optimized Power Supply
    Published. December 18, 2013

    Get an optimized power design for your system with the ARM-based Cyclone V SoC Development Kit. Its Enpirion power increases power efficiency and reduces bill-of-material (BOM) costs while also saving valuable board space...


  • Practical Chip Design

    Practical Chip Design

    Cyclone V SoC Development Kit Features Optimized Power Supply
    Published. December 18, 2013

    Get an optimized power design for your system with the ARM-based Cyclone V SoC Development Kit. Its Enpirion power increases power efficiency and reduces bill-of-material (BOM) costs while also saving valuable board space...


  • Critical Links

    Critical Links

    Cyclone V SoC Development Kit Features Optimized Power Supply
    Published. December 18, 2013

    Get an optimized power design for your system with the ARM-based Cyclone V SoC Development Kit. Its Enpirion power increases power efficiency and reduces bill-of-material (BOM) costs while also saving valuable board space...


  • Microchip Coupon Codes & Discounts

    Microchip Coupon Codes & Discounts

    Choina Only! 70% Discount on PICkit 3 & Many More!
    Published. January 16, 2012

    To usher in 2012 and the Year of the Dragon, the Dev Tools group and microchipDIRECT are jointly offering a special promotion on many popular Microchip development tools exclusively to engineers in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan from now till February 6th, 2012. Highlights of the sale include a never-before 70% discount on the PICkit […]...


  • Law & Life: Silicon Valley

    Law & Life: Silicon Valley

    Powerful Combination for the Future of Computing: FOSS and Cloud
    Published. November 14, 2013

    The Open Source Summit in Hong Kong last week demonstrates the power of the open source methodology and the OpenStack community. The Summit was the first OpenStack Foundation conference outside of the United States and attracted over 3,000 attendees from over 50 countries (significantly more than the Summit in Portland). OpenStack has grown [...]...


  • Kiran Bulusu’s Blog

    Kiran Bulusu’s Blog

    How do you launch a hardware startup?
    Published. August 28, 2013

    This is a repost of my  answer on Quora . Whether its hardware or software or any product, spend lot of time and energy in customer development . Finding out what users want and think they will pay for is more critical than what we think will be cool for them. Since HW involves lot of capital, […]Related Posts:Personalization of Silicon and need for Design Flow…Framework For Creating An Hardware Startup For EE StudentsStartups: Applying lean methodology and business model…Startup...


  • Jason Andrews Blog

    Jason Andrews Blog

    Starting Virtual Platform Simulation with Cadence Software Developer
    Published. October 11, 2013

    Last time, I provided an introduction to the Eclipse setup for the Cadence Virtual System Platform. This time I will explain how to run simulation using Software Developer. Cadence Software Developer provides multiple flows to hand off virtual platform simulations to software engineers. The easiest flow can be used when the platform creator and software developer are working at the same company and on the same network. In this flow, I will describe how to simulate...


  • CCIE Journey

    CCIE Journey

    CCIE Security v4 Advanced Technology Class over @ INE Started today
    Published. September 25, 2013

    If you are prepping for the lab this is something I am sure you are going to want to catch. Starting tomorrow, September 24th 2013 at 10:00 PDT (17:00 GMT), I will begin the running the new CCIE Security Advanced Technologies Class for the newest version 4.0 blueprint. Online streaming of tomorrow’s class is free […]...


  • McAfee Labs

    McAfee Labs

    Product Coverage and Mitigation for CVE-2013-3893
    Published. September 20, 2013

    Microsoft Security Advisory (2887505) On September 17th, 2013, Microsoft published Security Advisory 2887505, which coverers a remote code execution vulnerability in all supported versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer.   The flaw resides in the handling of objects in memory which have been deleted or improperly allocated.  Specifically, a use-after-free flaw in the HTML rendering engine (aka Read more......


  • Fusion

    Fusion

    AMD’s Much Beloved FX Product-Line Welcomes Two New Additions to the Lineup
    Published. April 29, 2013

    AMD FX 4350 and 6350 processor parts launch today in the component channel. AMD is rolling out two new members of the legendary FX CPU family, and as always, they bring the unlocked performance you’ve come to know and love … Continue reading...


  • CEA Digital Dialogue

    CEA Digital Dialogue

    Gary Shapiro Talks Innovation, Startups with CNN at SXSW
    Published. March 14, 2013

    The 2013 South by Southwest® (SXSW®) Conferences and Festivals are underway in Austin, Texas, highlighting the latest in technology, music and film. The Consumer Electronics Association® (CEA) had a large presence at this year’s show. CEA’s President and CEO, Gary Shapiro hosted a reading and signing of CEA’s newest book, Ninja Innovation: The Ten Killer Strategies of the World's Most Successful Businesses and also discussed the book, startups and more with Max Foster on CNN....


  • Joseph Hupcey Blog

    Joseph Hupcey Blog

    DVCon 2013: Functional Verification Is EDA’s “Killer App”
    Published. March 11, 2013

    With another year of record attendance, DVCon has again proven that a functional verification-focused mix of trade show and technical conference is what customers need to get their jobs done.  Here are some of the some of the highlights I took away from this informative event:DVCon 2013 was a one stop shop for panels, papers, posters,live demos, and tutorials on functional verification* Great panels on Verification Planning and Drastically Improving D&VTwo panels at the conference provided valuable...


  • GreenTech Pastures

    GreenTech Pastures

    Mainstreaming our green technology coverage
    Published. February 28, 2013

    For future news about data center efficiency, energy management software and other cleantech issues, consult ZDNet's core topic and news blogs. It's always on our mind....


  • Ed Burnette's Dev Connection

    Ed Burnette's Dev Connection

    PlayFirst abandons PC/Mac market for greener mobile pastures
    Published. October 9, 2012

    PlayFirst calls it quits on PC and Mac, doubling down on iOS and Android instead. Flo fans will just have to go buy a tablet to get their daily dash on....


  • Veera Sundar

    Veera Sundar

    How to change the default webapp deployment location of Tomcat in Eclipse
    Published. December 10, 2012

    When you deploy your Java web application to the Apache Tomcat server, via Eclipse, by default the web app will be deployed under {YOUR_ECLIPSE_WORKSPACE}.metadata.pluginsorg.eclipse.wst.server.coretmp{a-number}wtpwebapps. Suppose if you want to deploy your web app to a location that is easily navigable, follow these steps. First make sure you have removed all the web apps that are currently [...]...


  • Olliance Group: Open Means Business

    Olliance Group: Open Means Business

    Open Source and the Mobile Applications Gold Rush
    Published. September 2, 2011

    Since the launch of the Apple iPhone App Store in July 2008, the focus on investment in mobile/wireless has shifted from handsets for their own sake to a near obsession with mobile phones as applications platforms, and to building and marketing applications for them. Apple didn’t invent the applications store concept – handset manufacturer Palm [...]...


  • John Isaac's Blog

    John Isaac's Blog

    Using Virtual Prototyping versus Physical Prototyping
    Published. February 6, 2013

    On our “Best-In_Class” web site, we talk about 6 practices that have enabled electronics companies to achieve their agressive business goals and obtain best-in-class status.  In my last blog, I talked about how they enable Concurrency in the design process.  By turning serial processes into parallel, this not only had the affect of reducing time [...]...


  • Max Clark’s Blog – DFM begins with Design

    Max Clark’s Blog – DFM begins with Design

    Managing the Assembly Panel Design process
    Published. February 6, 2013

    When a product model completes the design process and moves into the manufacturing process, designers and process engineers are always looking for opportunities to improve upon the clarity and reliability of their communication.  In the case of assembly panels the most common communication method is an assembly panel drawing that contains the dimensions on where [...]...


  • Taken For Granted

    Taken For Granted

    DAC 2012: Mystical Confluence: ESL Hockey Stick and The Cup!
    Published. June 7, 2012

    Another note from DAC 2012:  In Gary Smith’s Sunday night pre-DAC talk, he mentioned that in 2011, ESL tools took off – the famous Hockey Stick.  See his slide (courtesy of my friend Frank Schirrmeister): Could the long-awaited, long postponed arrival of the ESL Hockey Stick at the same time as the Stanley Cup Finals [...]...


  • Michael Jacobs Blog

    Michael Jacobs Blog

    Webinar: SOI Gives More Performance Per Watt, And There's An Easy Path
    Published. August 20, 2010

    If you've seen any of the recent buzz lately around Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI), you'd know that it's an excellent option that can enable you to meet lower power consumption and die area targets without sacrificing performance or functionality. This is why Cadence, ARM and IBM have partnered to provide you an easy path to silicon with the SOI process for your digital design, including production proven software, design kits and IP.   If you're a design manager or engineer, and...


  • Tom Anderson's Blog

    Tom Anderson's Blog

    Some Final Real-World Assertions for the Holidays
    Published. December 20, 2011

    My last "real-world assertions" blog post seems to have tickled a bunch of people with my story about the racy narration at the historic Red Fort in Delhi. I've heard from several folks who have also seen the show and had a similar reaction. Just out of curiosity, I did a Web search and found a half-dozen or so other blogs and travelogues with comments similar to mine. Concluding my series, and in the spirit of the holiday season, here are a few final amusing incidents related to shopping...


  • Nigel Dessau

    Nigel Dessau

    Top 10 List – Things You Might not Know about AMD Fusion APUs
    Published. August 22, 2011

    I don’t typically blog about AMD news, but couldn’t help myself today because today represents a new chapter in the Fusion era of computing. We have updated our award-winning (see No. 9 below) C- and E-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) … Continue reading...



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