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04/24/15 If you’re following this argument, the 3U VPX baseboard has all the I/O, while the XMC mezzanine holds the system CPU. This is a traditional COM stack, but it’s unusual to find...0
High-End Graphics have a Travel Itinerary: Conversation with Peter McGuinness, Imagination Technologies
04/09/15 High-end graphics are refusing to stay in high-end devices, instead hitting the road and making...0
04/08/15 Machine vision is just one of the applications spanning industrial, consumer, medical and more...0
04/06/15 As industrial, digital signage/POS, medical, automotive, smart energy and other IoT strategies...0
04/06/15 As embedded systems designers and chip makers turn away from a past that showed a bias toward...0
04/02/15 Driven by incessant time-to-market pressures, engineering organizations are looking for new...0
03/31/15 Here’s a Q&A with the man charged with beating GE’s rugged high-rel swords into ploughshares...0
03/12/15 A designer of high-performance verification and system integration products highlights the...0
MultiTech’s Heralded M2M and IoT Solutions Showcased At Upcoming Embedded Systems Conference 04/24/15
LSIS Accelerates Delivery of Smart Train Control System with Comprehensive Wind River Solution 04/08/15
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Security Advice from the US Department of Justice: Include “Back Doors” to enable Monitoring. How...
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Blog Post: Power Tips: A Simple Circuit Yields Fast, Controllable Transient Loads / (TI E2E Community)
Many application processors demand fast changes in load current including FPGAs, ASICs and other high-power CPUs. The power supplies for these systems require special attention to control topology selection and output filter design to support fast current steps. Once designed, a key challenge is testing the power supply...
Deep learning offers the next major opportunity for specialist processors, Qualcomm's Karim Arabi claimed in his keynote at Mentor Graphics’ U2U in San Jose....
The Omen Pro brings some style to professional laptops in a package that's just 0.78 inches thick, but with powerful specs like an Intel Core i7 quad-core processor, Nvidia Quadro K1100M graphics, and HP's Z Turbo Drive PCIe SSD....
One of the best, most insightful (no pun intended) conferences each year is the Embedded Vision Summit, May 12, 2015, at the Santa Clara Convention Center, not far from Cadence’s HQ offices. If you want to incorporate visual intelligence into your products, you need to go to this conference. Hot topics include convolutional...
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Performance of multicore SoCs is often dominated by external DRAM access, particularly in digital consumer devices running high quality video and graphics applications. Increasing core counts and newer DRAMs make the problems much more difficult. This article covers optimization of the on-chip network and memory system to achieve the required system throughput.
Using virtualization to host multiple discrete workloads on a single computing device is an important trend in manufacturing today, leading to reduced cost and complexity in the factory environment. This white paper describes the benefits of system consolidation along with the technical requirements for implementation. Read now to learn more.
Distributed systems range from simple multi-threaded applications to multi-slot chassis-based systems to networked clusters of servers. Topologies get more complex when these systems move into cloud-based environments, and more diverse when they involve machine-to-machine (or M2M) solutions. Providers of distributed system software solutions face a number of challenges in building, debugging and maintaining a set of connected applications. Managing these systems requires powerful modeling and a variety of management interfaces to meet a diverse set of needs. The services provided by a distributed system often require a high level of availability. The middleware frameworks that make up Enea Element address many of these challenges.
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