In this episode of Embedded Insiders, we discuss a technology that’s rapidly gaining popularity in the embedded and IoT technology sector – Containers. This enterprise software tool increases flexibility, especially in systems that need to be updated periodically over time. However, it has some design implications for embedded systems that engineers need to get familiar with. Tune in to find out more.
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I interviewed Phil Beecher, President of the Wi-SUN Alliance in this week’s Embedded Executives podcast.
In this edition of the embedded insiders, Brandon and Rich ponder whether RISC-V is taking too long to become a mainstream technology, or if it will even ever be one.
As such, I ran through a litany of issues with Rory, getting his opinion on everything from NRE to open source.
In this edition of the Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich ponder when “enough is enough” in terms of IoT device security.
5G requires more radios. Playing devil’s advocate, does that mean there are many more points of failure?
In this edition of the Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich are joined by Brady Benware, VP and general manager of the tessent portfolio at Mentor, a Siemens business.
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AI is all the rage these days, and poised to disrupt nearly every industry. In fact it already is. A recent IDC survey reported that the majority of companies are failing in their AI initiatives.
My guest on this week’s Embedded Executives podcast is Jacques Issa, a Senior Vice President at Virtium.
This week on the Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss an age-old controversy: What’s more secure? Proprietary or open-source software?
Different vendors are doing different things to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of them are doing their part to help get us through this awful time. One of those is SiFive.
The LoRa Alliance is a fairly dynamic organization, as projects appear to be progressing nicely. The organization began with just a handful of vendors and has now grown to more than 500.
In this Embedded Executives podcast, Rich speaks with Kristin Russell, President of Global Services at Arrow Electronics.
I discussed with Jean Labrosse, who is the former Founder and CEO of Micrium, a guy who knows more than most about dealing with open source.
Brandon and Rich wonder how the COVID-19 pandemic has been affecting the tech sector, both from a financial perspective and with regards to the productivity of engineers now working at home.
Many pundits say that the key to neutralizing the COVID-19 virus is testing, lots of testing. That’s easier said than done, unless you believe what the technology experts at SensiML are saying.
The AMPERE Project is a three-year initiative run out of the Barcelona Supercomputing Center. It’s being done by a combination of universities and industry.