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05/25/15 By Alan Grau, Icon Labs On a daily basis, I have the opportunity to interact with a wide range of companies and people involved in embedded device development and cybersecurity for...0
05/14/15 As vehicles become more connected, both with in-car networks and with communications to the...0
05/07/15 Why military avionics systems are moving into “a far more open and capable world” and how...0
05/07/15 How close are small form factors to doing what 3U has been doing? Looking both to the past—Remember...0
05/07/15 Q&A with Sonics CTO Drew Wingard The opportunities afforded by industrial, medical,...0
05/06/15 Low-power designs that also stand guard against passive, semi-invasive and invasive attacks...0
05/06/15 A designer of high-performance verification and system integration products highlights the...0
05/06/15 At smaller process nodes, chip designers are struggling to meet their aggressive schedules...0
Imagination reports MIPS Warrior P-class CPU at the heart of new communications processor from Baikal Electronics 05/27/15
UltraSoC and Teledyne LeCroy collaborate to unify debug and validation for system designers 05/19/15
QLogic and Cavium Collaborate to Deliver Accelerated Performance for Enterprise and Cloud Storage Applications 05/14/15
Post Merger, A Chip Merges A Number of MCU Functions for Automotive: Q&A with Cypress Semiconductor 05/14/15
By Alan Grau, Icon Labs On a daily basis, I have the opportunity to interact with a wide range of companies...
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1. No, I’m not dead. Not even sick. Been a long time since a post. More on this at the end.2. So, Intel...
Think that DAC is all about EDA tools? Not anymore. This year there are over 100 presentations in the IP track, plus other sessions that are all about IP. After all, it’s almost impossible to find a chip design these days that doesn’t employ some type of IP. Come see many of us from the IP Group at Cadence at...
Blog Post: What DSPs do better than GPPs? – DSP Breaktime: Episode 3 / (TI E2E Community)
Our third episode of the DSP Breaktime series is out and Arnon gets snarky. He asks me if I've heard of PayPal, he belittles my thoughts on machine vision with his summary saying “we’ll enable Terminator,” and he says something about TI’s benchmarks that I still can’t believe made it into the video. With that...
Imagination Technologies plans to introduce support for virtualization across all its processor cores, including signal processors such as the Ensigma family, as part of a plan to improve SoC security....
Starting at $179, the tiny PC lineup runs Windows 8.1 and is powered by Intel Celeron or Pentium processors....
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