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  • Jack Erickson's Blog

    Jack Erickson's Blog

    CDNLive EMEA Preview
    Published. April 20, 2018

    The thing everyone always wants to know about CDNLive EMEA, since it is held in Munich in May, is "Will Bayern München be staying at the hotel?" during the conference, like they did a couple of years ago. The good news is that Munich is still in the European Champions League, with semifinal matches coming up against Real Madrid on April 25th (at home) and May 1st (in Spain). If they win, they go through to the final, but like the Superbowl, that is not played at the ground of either...


  • Jason Andrews Blog

    Jason Andrews Blog

    CDNLive EMEA Preview
    Published. April 20, 2018

    The thing everyone always wants to know about CDNLive EMEA, since it is held in Munich in May, is "Will Bayern München be staying at the hotel?" during the conference, like they did a couple of years ago. The good news is that Munich is still in the European Champions League, with semifinal matches coming up against Real Madrid on April 25th (at home) and May 1st (in Spain). If they win, they go through to the final, but like the Superbowl, that is not played at the ground of either...


  • Tom Anderson's Blog

    Tom Anderson's Blog

    CDNLive EMEA Preview
    Published. April 20, 2018

    The thing everyone always wants to know about CDNLive EMEA, since it is held in Munich in May, is "Will Bayern München be staying at the hotel?" during the conference, like they did a couple of years ago. The good news is that Munich is still in the European Champions League, with semifinal matches coming up against Real Madrid on April 25th (at home) and May 1st (in Spain). If they win, they go through to the final, but like the Superbowl, that is not played at the ground of either...


  • Michael Jacobs Blog

    Michael Jacobs Blog

    CDNLive EMEA Preview
    Published. April 20, 2018

    The thing everyone always wants to know about CDNLive EMEA, since it is held in Munich in May, is "Will Bayern München be staying at the hotel?" during the conference, like they did a couple of years ago. The good news is that Munich is still in the European Champions League, with semifinal matches coming up against Real Madrid on April 25th (at home) and May 1st (in Spain). If they win, they go through to the final, but like the Superbowl, that is not played at the ground of either...


  • Joseph Hupcey Blog

    Joseph Hupcey Blog

    CDNLive EMEA Preview
    Published. April 20, 2018

    The thing everyone always wants to know about CDNLive EMEA, since it is held in Munich in May, is "Will Bayern München be staying at the hotel?" during the conference, like they did a couple of years ago. The good news is that Munich is still in the European Champions League, with semifinal matches coming up against Real Madrid on April 25th (at home) and May 1st (in Spain). If they win, they go through to the final, but like the Superbowl, that is not played at the ground of either...


  • 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....


  • Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Acer prepping Chromebox CXI3 desktop lineup starting at $300
    Published. April 15, 2018

    The new PC family -- featuring 7th- and 8th-generation Intel Core CPUs -- hopes to revitalize the nearly forgotten desktop sibling of the far more popular Chromebook....


  • Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    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 ......


  • Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    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 ......


  • Consumerization: BYOD

    Consumerization: BYOD

    My Hp pavilion p7-1423w comes on but stuck on black screen that says.....
    Published. February 21, 2018

    Stuck on screen- processor type: intel(r) core (Tm) i5-2320 cpu @ 3.00ghz Processor speed: 3000mhz L1/L2/L3 cache size: 64 kbx4 / 256kbx4 / 6144kb Memory size: 8192 mb DDR3/ 1333 MHz / single channel Channel A: XMM1 0 MB Channel B: XMM2 8192 MB Bios Revision/Date: v8.13 01/11/2013 Time and ......


  • TI E2E Community

    TI E2E Community

    Blog Post: Powering FPGAs – improving overshoot of voltage regulators for Intel Arria 10 and Stratix 10 FPGAs
    Published. February 8, 2018

    Previously, in my last blog “ Improving undershoot of voltage regulators for Intel Arria 10 and Stratix 10 FPGAs ” we discussed how Asynchronous Pulse Injection (API) could reduce the undershoot of a fixed frequency DC/DC converter during a sudden increase in load current. Now I would like to discuss a feature that helps address the overshoot needs of the Arria 10, Stratix 10, or similar FPGAs. Overshoot reduction is critical for digital point of loads such as the Arria 10 and Stratix 10 because...


  • Linux and Open Source

    Linux and Open Source

    ?Linux and Intel slowly hack their way to a Spectre patch
    Published. January 25, 2018

    Fixing the chip security holes Meltdown and Spectre will take a long, long time, but Linus Torvalds and Intel developers are slowly moving to answers for Linux....


  • Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Feedback Controllers - Making Hardware with Firmware. Part 7. Turbo-charged Oscillators
    Published. January 5, 2018

    This article will look at some DSP Sine-wave oscillators and will show how an FPGA with limited floating-point performance due to latency, can be persuaded to produce much higher sample-rate sine-waves of high quality. Comparisons will be made between implementations on Intel Cyclone......


  • Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Sub-10nm finFETs to feature at IEDM
    Published. October 18, 2017

    Intel and GlobalFoundries will talk about their post-14nm finFET-based processes at December's IEDM....


  • Mocana Device Blog

    Mocana Device 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...


  • Mocana Device Blog

    Mocana Device 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?...


  • NextGenLog

    NextGenLog

    ALL FUTURE BLOGS AT LINK BELOW
    Published. May 17, 2017

    BLOGS...


  • 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

    structure by indentation … grrrr ….
    Published. March 5, 2017

    If you have to do this: :%s/t/ /g in order to get a very simple function to compile because of this error File "./snd.py", line 13 return sum ^ IndentationError: unindent does not match any outer indentation level even though your editor (atom!!!!??!?!) wasn’t showing you these mixed tabs and spaces … Yeah, there is […]...


  • Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    DAC 2014—ESL Design Is Dead... Long Live ESL!
    Published. May 27, 2014

    Next week the EDA industry is getting together in San Francisco for Design Automation Conference 2014. As I pointed out in a recent blog called " Confessions of an ESL-Aholic ", the scope of electronic system level (ESL) design has changed quite a bit over the last 15 years, but there is still a lot of promise, and a lot to come. The basic premise of my soberness on classic ESL is that the basic momentum upwards in abstraction continues—as indicated in my graph dated ca. 2001 below—raising...


  • Ran Avinun's Blog

    Ran Avinun's Blog

    CDNLive! -- Israel and the U.S.
    Published. October 25, 2010

    The Cadence Design Network provides a great way to learn about the latest design and verification methodologies offered by Cadence, and the ways customers are using them. I had the pleasure to attend CDNLive! in Israel last week. For me, visting Israel is always an exciting time. In addiiton to the fact that I have a lot of friends and family there and the food is great, it is always facsinating to see such a small country with so much influcence on our industry. Most of the large electronic companies...


  • Adam Sherer Blog

    Adam Sherer Blog

    DAC Cabbie Taught Me All I Need to Know About Verification
    Published. June 21, 2010

    Confidence from competence. Measurement through metrics. Sell without selling. These are the pearls I learned from my cab driver on the way home from DAC. Aside from the core truths they convey, they clearly define the top three verification items I saw at 47th DAC in Anaheim this year. Topping my list is the surging interest in OVM as it matriculates into the Accellera UVM. The OVM/UVM booth at DAC picked up nearly 800 leads! Despite relatively flat attendance, this is up roughly 3x over last year...


  • Robert Dwyer's Blog

    Robert Dwyer's Blog

    Abstracts For CDNLive! Silicon Valley 2010 Due August 22
    Published. August 9, 2010

    Don't let the name CDNLive! confuse you. It's the Cadence user's group conference and for North America this year it's occurring in Silicon Valley October 26th, 2010 . The conference also includes Technology Demos and a Designer Expo, but the heart of the event is really the user presentations. If you haven't submitted a paper for consideration or haven't even thought of a topic to talk about, don't worry -- it's not too late. The deadline for abstracts is August 22nd,...


  • Denali Memory Blog

    Denali Memory Blog

    16Gbps Multi-link, Multi-protocol SerDes at the 21st IEEE European Test Symposium
    Published. June 1, 2016

    The 21st European Test Symposium (IEEE EST) took place in Amsterdam (Netherlands) from May 23rd-27th. With all the ideas and challenges in designing applications and with new trends in the area of electronic-based circuits and system testing, it was good to focus on some of the other important topics of achieving system success and a future-proofed design. And Cadence had the SerDes experience to share. The presentation was given a title ‘Augmenting Testability in Mixed-signal SerDes IP through...


  • Team Specman Blog

    Team Specman 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...


  • Team Specman Blog

    Team Specman 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...


  • John Coyne's Embedded Blog

    John Coyne's Embedded Blog

    AOpen Forum 2010!–it’s all about signage
    Published. August 9, 2010

    I’m here in San Francisco, CA attending the AOpen Partner Forum 2010 – Pretty good Turnout We’re here talking about Digital Signage and Retail Trends in general. There’s about 100 people here from all over the world who are thought innovators in the area of Digital Signage. so far, we’ve heard from Intel, and Aopen,......


  • Green Hills Software

    Green Hills Software

    Green Hills Software's INTEGRITY-based Multivisor Delivers Embedded Industry's First 64-bit Secure Virtualization Solution
    Published. January 1, 1970

    New 64-bit Support for ARM v8-A and Intel Architecture Builds on a Decade-Plus of Deploying Cross-Industry Safe and Secure Real-Time Virtualization...


  • Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories

    Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories

    Startup Attempts to Reinvent the CPU to Make Computers Less Power-Hungry
    Published. July 21, 2015

    Rex Computing’s 19-year-old founder has a plan to dramatically cut the energy used by powerful computers.Every fairy-tale giant has a weakness, and Thomas Sohmers thinks the same is true of Intel, which ships hundreds of millions of chips every year. To his mind, Intel’s chips guzzle too much electricity. At his startup, Rex Computing, Sohmers is working on an alternative way to architect chips that he says will use a 20th of the power that Intel’s use....


  • Team ESL Blog

    Team ESL Blog

    Intel vs ARM - Did the Embedded Systems Conference India Shed Light on the Battle?
    Published. August 5, 2009

    Being a Brit, Cricket is never very far from my thoughts especially when travelling to India, the biggest cricket mad nation in the world. There is a saying in cricket that you should always think of doing what the opposition would least like, a statement that applies in business too. I was on my way to present a session on Verifying Embedded SW Power Management” at the Embedded System Conference in Bangalore . With the recent activity by Intel firstly joining forces with TSMC to deliver licensed...


  • Always On Real

    Always On Real

    Interview with Matt Grob, EVP/CTO - Qualcomm
    Published. September 18, 2014

    Mobile Future Forward – Seattle – Sept 24th 8am-8pm Registration (Registration closes this Friday) In proud partnership with: Amdocs, Ericsson, HYLA Mobile, Intel, Mio Global, MoBack, Oracle Communications, Qualcomm, Synchronoss, and Tata Communications. Mobile Future Forward Preview: Q&A with Matt Grob, EVP/CTO – Qualcomm We are looking forward to welcome many of you to our Mobile Future Forward Summit [...]...


  • Analog Insights

    Analog Insights

    Synopsys/Zuken at DesignCon- Unique DDR capabilities using WaveView and HSPICE
    Published. January 23, 2014

    You may be tired of hearing only about Mixed-signal verification, so why don’t we switch to signal Integrity? . Looking at the recent announcements at CES and Intel’s expected release of server solutions using DDR4 memory later this year, I wanted to further explore this topic. We had a little time ago a very successful […]...


  • To USB or not to USB

    To USB or not to USB

    Media Agnostic USB – USB over WiFi in Qualcomm designs – Updated Oct 15
    Published. October 3, 2013

     The USB released a standard called Media Agnostic USB at IDF last month.  The standard essentially creates a class driver specification, a software level specification so that you use USB protocols to send data over any media. Any media in this case is targeted at wireless standards WiFi and WiGig.  Since it’s agnostic, the same class […]...


  • John Day

    John Day

    What’s New at Intel?
    Published. June 13, 2014

    We hadn’t heard a lot from Intel lately, but that changed this week. Seems it never rains but it pours. The company not only introduced Intel® In-Vehicle Solutions, which it described as a family of hardware and software products, but also announced automotive technology-related research projects, investments, and collaborations with several other automotive systems developers. […]...


  • Conversation Central

    Conversation Central

    The Voices of DAC—Is verification devouring you?
    Published. June 16, 2011

    Guests: John Blyler, Editor in chief of Chip Design and Embedded Intel magazines and the editorial director of Extension Media, Jim Miller, Corporate Vice President of Design Engineering, AMD, David Park, Director, Solutions Marketing, Synopsys and Holly Stump, Chair, Women in Electronic Design Host: Karen Bartleson, Sr. Director, Community Marketing, Synopsys If your browser doesn’t support Flash, […]...


  • 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 […]...


  • Critical Links

    Critical Links

    Intel 4004 is announced, November 15, 1971
    Published. November 15, 2013

    On this day in tech history, Intel announced the 4004, the first general-purpose programmable processor on the market, and its chipset....


  • Now Hear This!

    Now Hear This!

    Intel 4004 is announced, November 15, 1971
    Published. November 15, 2013

    On this day in tech history, Intel announced the 4004, the first general-purpose programmable processor on the market, and its chipset....


  • Brian's Brain

    Brian's Brain

    Intel 4004 is announced, November 15, 1971
    Published. November 15, 2013

    On this day in tech history, Intel announced the 4004, the first general-purpose programmable processor on the market, and its chipset....


  • Anablog

    Anablog

    Intel 4004 is announced, November 15, 1971
    Published. November 15, 2013

    On this day in tech history, Intel announced the 4004, the first general-purpose programmable processor on the market, and its chipset....


  • Practical Chip Design

    Practical Chip Design

    Intel 4004 is announced, November 15, 1971
    Published. November 15, 2013

    On this day in tech history, Intel announced the 4004, the first general-purpose programmable processor on the market, and its chipset....


  • Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    Intel announces new Quark SoC for the internet of things
    Published. September 10, 2013

    At the Intel Developers Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich showed off a new system on a chip that’s designed for the internet of things. The Quark family of chips is one-fifth the size of the 22-nanometer Atom chips designed for smartphones, and operates at a tenth of the power. Intel […]...


  • Everything USB

    Everything USB

    Creative Senz3D is Part of Intel's Future for Perceptual Computing
    Published. June 13, 2013


  • EEBeat

    EEBeat

    Intel talks about new Atom CPU
    Published. May 7, 2013

    by Jim Harrison Intel has announced the Silvermont micro-architecture for Atom CPUs with a 22 nm Tri-Gate SoC manufacturing process targeting low-power requirements in markets from smartphones to the data center. Silvermont is said to enable, on a variety of standard metrics, ~3x peak performance or the same performance at ~5x lower power over the [...]...


  • McAfee Labs

    McAfee Labs

    Emerging ‘Stack Pivoting’ Exploits Bypass Common Security
    Published. May 6, 2013

    [This blog was primarily written by Xiaoning Li of Intel Labs, with assistance from Peter Szor of McAfee Labs.] In February 2013, the Adobe Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) released security advisory APSA13-02. In that report they listed two vulnerabilities (CVE-2013-0640 and CVE-2013-0641) that were widely exploited. At Intel Labs and McAfee Labs we Read more......


  • GreenTech Pastures

    GreenTech Pastures

    Intel leads in green power purchases for fifth straight year
    Published. January 29, 2013

    The high-tech giant sources 3.1 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity from a wide portfolio of clean energy projects including solar, biogas, biomass and wind....


  • Taken For Granted

    Taken For Granted

    Software-Defined Everything
    Published. September 19, 2011

    This week I was invited to speak at an Intel-sponsored symposium at the Technion, Haifa, Israel. The theme of the symposium was “Challenges and Opportunites in System-Level Design and Verification” (see here for an outline of the symposium). I spoke on the theme “Software-Defined Everything: The impact on high-level design and validation”. There were several [...]...





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