Lanner Releases the Versatile Enterprise Network Appliance UP-2010 with High-port Density, PoE Protocol & Firewall/UTM Capabilities
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Blog Post: Should You Use Buck or Inverting Topology for Fly-Buck / (TI E2E Community)
Fly-Buck converters are a common topology of choice for generating low power isolated outputs, bipolar (+/-) outputs and multi-output rails. Fly-Buck topology use is common in telecom, PoE, custom PoE, industrial and automotive applications. The most commonly used Fly-Buck topology uses buck configuration for the non-isolated...
IBM and Cadence Collaboration Improves Verification Productivity / (Adam Sherer Blog)
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The DAC exhibition comes to a close today, and we have another day with great presentations related to the Cadence System Development Suite. If you want to follow along the flow of our core engines from virtual through RTL simulation, acceleration, emulation and FPGA-based prototyping, we just created a new video landing...
Not just for plants, cross-pollination applies to know-how, too, and there may be no better example than what’s taking place among the mil-aero, medical, industrial and other markets as they seek to take on the complexities of security and safety for multicore systems.
Coming to a meeting of minds on security, independent portability and virtualization will pave the way for IoT success.
Two 32bit processor IPs have been released by Cortus, the company’s second generation of processor IP that takes a minimalist approach to the ‘third wave’ of applications. Caroline Hayes spoke to Roddy Urqhart, Vice President Sales & Marketing, Cortus.
What makes USB 2.0 the universal battery charger—and what nuances make charging so efficient? USB 2.0 and 3.0 have evolved from a fast data connection for peripherals like external
In October 2013, IDC forecast a whopping 212 billion “Things” on the Internet of Things — 30.1 billion of which are already installed and waiting to connect. These numbers point
Helping deliver critical information for military operations are PCI Express and other communication fabrics available within ruggedized 3U VPX computing environments.
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Experts weigh in on challenges in IoT device development, the value of standards, and the importance of standards groups such as the Industrial Internet Consortium.
To ensure the functionality of an IOT system, software designers should consider a 3-tiered stack of controls, where the lowest level ensures the integrity of the next.
GPGPU computing in deployed HPEC systems brings mobile supercomputing to the battlefield in small packages.
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