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  • Collaborate Without Complexity Using Smart Video Displays

    Collaborate Without Complexity Using Smart Video Displays

    Fifty years after Bell Labs first showed off its Picturephone, videoconferencing systems are ubiquitous across the enterprise—but many solutions are difficult to deploy and use.

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  • congatec at Embedded World 20192:00

    congatec at Embedded World 2019

    congatec's Zeljko Loncaric at Embedded World 2019 booth #1-358. Follow Embedded Computing Design: https://twitter.com/embedded_comp Visit congatec: https://www.congatec.com

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  • PMK Mess und Kommunikationstechnik at Embedded World 20191:17

    PMK Mess und Kommunikationstechnik at Embedded World 2019

    Steve Sandler of Picotest at the PMK booth #4-403 at Embedded World. Follow Embedded Computing Design: https://twitter.com/embedded_comp Visit PMK: www.pmk.de/en/home Visit Picotest: https://www.p

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  • RISC-V: Too Open to Fail

    RISC-V: Too Open to Fail

    For some, RISC-V is the answer to Arm. For others, it offers a new path to innovation. It can also provide insurance in turbulent times. Whatever the reason, RISC-V is too open to fail.

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  • How to Establish an Effective Data Quality Policy for Your Business

    By focusing on ad-hoc incident resolution, organizations struggle to identify and address recurring data quality problems in a structural way.

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  • CES 2019: Attendance Slightly Down, Innovation Way, Way Up

    CES 2019: Attendance Slightly Down, Innovation Way, Way Up

    Attendance may have been down at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show, based on observed foot traffic alone. But, that didn't stop electronics vendors from innovating at the highest levels. From...

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  • Linux, RISC-V Foundations to Collaborate on Open Architectures

    In addition to tools, services, and training support, the Linux Foundation will provide neutral governance, best practices for open source development, community outreach, marketing, and legal advice.

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  • OCF 1.0 ratified by ISO/IEC JTC 1 as secure IoT interoperability protocol

    The OCF standard will be published as ISO/IEC 30118 (Parts 1-6).

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  • NASA InSight Lands Safely on Mars with VxWorks

    NASA InSight Lands Safely on Mars with VxWorks

    VxWorks was responsible for complex automated maneuvers of the InSight landing craft, providing system-wide determinism and synchronization through a Red Planet atmosphere 100x thinner than Earth's.

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  • Embedded Insiders: Is There Really an Engineering Shortage, and Why?

    Embedded Insiders: Is There Really an Engineering Shortage, and Why?

    Rumors of a shortage of electronics engineers have been circulating for years, but with Fortune 500 technology firms now gobbling up as much engineering talent as possible for IT and enterprise...

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  • Hex-Five Multi-Zone Security for RISC V Simplifies the Terrible TEEs6:22

    Hex-Five Multi-Zone Security for RISC V Simplifies the Terrible TEEs

    Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) such as Arm TrustZone, while well-intentioned, present challenges for engineers. First, they doesn't allow for partitioning between many sensitive functions withi

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  • Spectre, Meltdown, and Tortuga Logic's Hardware Security Verification at Arm TechCon5:59

    Spectre, Meltdown, and Tortuga Logic's Hardware Security Verification at Arm TechCon

    The Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilties resulted from speculative execution, designed to satisfy our need for speed. These could have been prevented through the use of hardware security verification,

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  • So, How Secure are your Coding Practices? Ask AdaCore5:53

    So, How Secure are your Coding Practices? Ask AdaCore

    Developing secure code is no longer optional, but that doesn't mean it's easy. Some software engineers use vulnerability databases like CWE and OWASP to ensure their code is robust as possible, howeve

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  • Achronix eFPGA Technology Offers AI Flexibility, Today and Tomorrow5:25

    Achronix eFPGA Technology Offers AI Flexibility, Today and Tomorrow

    With Moore’s law coming to an end and the growing volume of data that will require to be processed to drive the next wave of AI applications, CPUs are no longer able to keep up with the compute requir

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  • Neural Network Optimization with Sparse Computing and Facebook Glow

    There are 27 different types of neural networks. The number of neural network types has increased as engineers and data scientists seek out optimized implementations of AI for use cases.

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  • Software Development Life Cycle Stages When Getting Started on a New Idea

    When you work in the software industry, you're likely aware of how open, flexible and innovative the market is.

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  • Voltage Dividers in Power Supplies

    In the design of power supplies, the desired output voltages can be set manually. This is accomplished in most integrated power supply circuits with the help of voltage dividers.

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  • IoT Design Guide 2018

    IoT Design Guide 2018

    With increasing desire to move more intelligence and connectivity closer to the edge of Internet of Things networks, industry is pushing through the fog and towards mist computing.

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  • Yes, a computer science degree IS worth it

    Yes, a computer science degree IS worth it

    Self-taught start-up CEOs have gone on record declaring that computer science degrees are a waste of time and resources, and some argue that self-taught programmers are more resourceful and skilled.

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  • Shrinking Machine Learning Down to IoT Size

    Shrinking Machine Learning Down to IoT Size

    Despite the potential of machine learning in embedded applications, the technology is struggling to gain adoption due to its complexity.

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