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  • Automotive flash MCUs at smaller nodes boost OTA reliability

    Automotive flash MCUs at smaller nodes boost OTA reliability

    Flash MCUs have reached the 28 nm process which, according to Renesas, will be instrumental in developing fuel-efficient engines and efficient scaling of the ECUs in the next-generation green cars.

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  • Semiconductor industry invited to workshop on best practices for effective digital marketing

    ESD Alliance Partners with Member Companies OneSpin Solutions, Breker Verification Systems to Host Workshop

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  • MathWorks, Microsemi collaborate on integrated FPGA-in-the-loop design workflow

    MathWorks, Microsemi collaborate on integrated FPGA-in-the-loop design workflow

    The integrated workflow includes MathWorks’ HDL Coder and HDL Verifier, which allow engineers to automatically generate test benches for VHDL and Verilog to rapidly prototype and verify their designs.

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  • #EMCC2018 - 4th Embedded Multi-Core Conference in Munich

    #EMCC2018 - 4th Embedded Multi-Core Conference in Munich

    Elektrobit, Infineon, iSYSTEM and Timing-Architects/Vector Informatik will host the 4th International Conference for Automotive Multi-Core Embedded System Development and Testing. The event takes...

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  • Embedded Insiders Podcast: Into the Wind

    Embedded Insiders Podcast: Into the Wind

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #42 – Into the Wind by Embedded Computing Design

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  • The softwarization of hardware

    The softwarization of hardware

    Making hardware programmable has made great strides over the past two centuries.

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  • Driving IoT innovation along a roadmap of hardware, software, and tools

    Intel's roadmap spans its processor portfolio with features that include increased performance scaling for the edge, graphics and media processing, improved determinism, better security, and more I/O.

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  • RISC-V arrives

    The RISC-V value proposition is that (1) instruction set design has matured with diminishing returns, and (2) there is more to gain from proven implementations than ISA customization.

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  • And, the winner is … eFPGA

    Often, a standalone FPGA cannot deliver the needed performance or meet system power and cost goals. Enter the embedded FPGA (eFPGA), the SoC designer’s secret weapon to meet design goals.

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  • Renesas Electronics Delivers R-Car V3H System-On-Chip for Automotive Front Cameras in Level 3 and Level 4 Autonomous Vehicles

    Renesas Electronics Delivers R-Car V3H System-On-Chip for Automotive Front Cameras in Level 3 and Level 4 Autonomous Vehicles

    Enables AI Processing Required for Automotive Front Cameras with CNN IP at Industry-Leading Low Power Levels

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  • CAST and Achronix enable processing from data center to the edge with lossless compression IP

    CAST Compression IP Integrated with Achronix eFPGA Technology for High-Performance, Low-Power Solution to Move and Store Big Data

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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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  • 5G networks find flexibility in FPGA-based modems

    5G networks find flexibility in FPGA-based modems

    Base station hardware must be able to accommodate the broad requirements of 5G network workloads. This is driving increased interest in FPGA technology across the next-generation wireless infrastructu

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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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  • congatec releases COM Express Computer-on-Modules with 8th Gen Intel Xeon and Intel Core processors

    congatec releases COM Express Computer-on-Modules with 8th Gen Intel Xeon and Intel Core processors

    Powerful congatec six-pack for Type 6

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  • Renesas 28 nm automotive control MCU integrates 16 MB on-chip flash, up to six CPU cores

    Renesas 28 nm automotive control MCU integrates 16 MB on-chip flash, up to six CPU cores

    RH850/E2x MCUs incorporate 16 MB of built-in flash, up to six 400 MHz CPU cores, and deliver up to 9600 MIPS.

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  • NVIDIA DGX-2 increases deep learning performance 10x in six months

    The DGX-2 delivers two petaflops of computational power in a single server, supported by a 2x memory boost in NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs and the NVIDIA NVSwitch GPU interconnect fabric.

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  • Renesas Electronics unveils on-chip Flash memory MCU featuring 28nm embedded Flash technology

    RH850/E2x Series is the New-Generation Automotive Control Microcontroller that Extends the Entire Renesas autonomy(tm) End-to-End Solution Portfolio from Foundation

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  • CEA shows path to creating building blocks of quantum processors with 28Si isotope in a CMOS fab line

    CEA shows path to creating building blocks of quantum processors with 28Si isotope in a CMOS fab line

    CEA-Leti, a French technology research institute of the CEA and Inac, a joint fundamental research institute between the CEA and the University Grenoble Alpes, today announced a breakthrough...

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  • Xilinx Adaptive Compute Acceleration Platform (ACAP) moves beyond FPGA

    Xilinx Adaptive Compute Acceleration Platform (ACAP) moves beyond FPGA

    ACAP is a heterogeneous, reprogrammable multicore compute architecture that can be modified dynamically in milliseconds during operation to meet changing workload requirements.

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