The Embedded Insiders take a look at the news of the week. This week, we looked at some of the terminology used in the IoT, namely the Mist verses the Edge verses the Fog. What are all these different layers and do we really need them? Also, we discuss whether the MIPS architecture has run its course, thanks (or no thanks) to some recent business acquisitions.
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Avnet Opens Registration for Global MiniZed SpeedWay Design Workshop Series
Training gives engineers head start in mastering design flows using Xilinx's Vivado Design Suite
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Supermicro Showcases New High-End Desktop, Gaming and Workstation Solutions at CES 2018
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GE releases dual redundancy capability on CPE400 controller
The CPE400 provides real-time deterministic control and delivers advanced redundancy capabilities foe increased performance and reliability through machine learning and enterprise data analytics.
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MVTec brings deep learning to NVIDIA Pascal architecture
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