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The R-Car E2 SoC Delivers Scalability, Higher Integration and Increased Performance Optimized for Entry-Level Systems Renesas Electronics Corporation (TSE: 6723), a premier provider
Will soft (hardware) and software IP dominate the IoT market? Experts from IPExtreme, Atmel, GarySmithEDA,...
USB, HDMI, or analog signals degrade to mush over long signal traces or cables; check out these “before...
Targeting secure cloud servers, storage servers, compute servers, and data-plane applications, the ThunderX...
Updated 4-24-14: Added hotlinks Internet of Things Devices –including appliances–gets hacked...
Blog Post: Informational ADAS and Infotainment Integration / (TI E2E Community)
Safety is the number one priority for any driver. Our safety does not only depend on our driving but others’ driving as well. A recent NHTSA survey reported 660,000 drivers using cell phones or electronic devices while driving at any day1. Distracted driving significantly increases the chance of crashes...
The E Fun Nextbook will feature a quad-core Intel Atom processor and include a detachable keyboard when it becomes available in time for the holiday shopping season....
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,...
The Challenge of System Integration and Bring-Up / (Ran Avinun's Blog)
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...
Acting on “inside information” can yield a competitive advantage, but for hunting down signal processing anomalies, exploring root causes could take more than just “inside-the-chip” tools.
AMD adds “Hierofalcon” ARM to its x86-based embedded and server line-up. It’s been over a year since first announced, but AMD demoed its 8-core, ARM Cortex A57-based “Hierofalcon”
The new reality for automotive software security is a complicated, but advanced static analysis can help. The proliferation of network-enabled vehicles is altering the definition
Answers on a set of questions covering topics from automotive IVI to wearables to writing for multicore processors.
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
In a recent announcement, Imagination Technologies introduced the first IP cores to combine a 64bit architecture and hardware virtualization with scalable performance through multi-threading,
By definition secure software is high-quality software, but the reverse is not always true. Announcements in late 2013 and early 2014 of worldwide security breaches revealed that
From PCIe to HDMI to DDR3, good quality signal switches can route your data and simplify designs—if you know how to use them
GPGPU computing in deployed HPEC systems brings mobile supercomputing to the battlefield in small packages.
The low-power Intel® Atom™ processor C2000 family SoC enables a new generation of devices for communications infrastructure, including an ATCA-based control-plane processor and application
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Supported Architectures: 16-bit, 32-bit, ARM, OMAP, Power Architecture™ (including PowerPC), Other Compatible Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows® Control of a multicore system