Embedded Computing Design's Rich Nass talks to Elodie Huang of Super Micro at Embedded World booth #3A-510.
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Embedded Computing Design's Rich Nass talks to Mory Lin of Super Micro at Embedded World booth #3A-510.
Remote learning has become the new norm in the industry of education and with that comes the need for sufficient and consistent access regarding network connectivity.
Some corners of the electronics universe go years or decades without a significant technology upgrade. Passive electronic components are a good example. Then there’s also embedded programmable logic.
"High-performance MCU.” Eyeroll, right? I mean “micro” is in the word "microcontroller." Well, the 32-bit GigaDevice GD32E5 MCUs on this kit gives credence to the oxymoron with an Arm Cortex-M33.
Welcome back to another edition of Dev Kit Weekly where we’re going to be exploring and raffling off a BGM220 Explorer Kit from Silicon Labs, for absolutely free.
Stacey Higginbotham, a tech industry expert and editor of the eponymous Stacey on IoT blog, joins Brandon and Rich to further the discussion about the ARM/NVIDIA deal. What exactly did NVIDIA buy?
Universal Broadband FR4 LTE/LPWA Antenna from Ethertronics is an SMT internal (onboard) antenna that supports the 617-960 MHz, 863-928 MHz, 1710-2200 MHz, and 2500-2700 MHz frequency bands.
This week we’ll be giving away one Jetson Nano 2 GB Developer Kit from NVIDIA.
Powered by Intel Core i5-7200U processors and Microsoft’s Windows 10 IoT Enterprise operating system, M133K Rugged Tablet PCs can serve as a real-time, cloud connected control point.
This week we will be giving away one CrossLink-NX Evaluation Board thanks to our friends at Lattice Semiconductor.
Last year's 4 GB platform costs $99. Now, after some tweaks, the 2 GB version is just $59. And although it's in the price range of a Raspberry Pi, it offers the next level of oomph for AI newbies.
Now that neural nets are the algorithm of choice, AI development frameworks are maturing & first-gen AI processors are hitting the market, we face a stark realization: We have to deploy these things!
The PolarFire SoC Icicle Kit is an eval platform for mid-range, RISC-V-based SoC FPGAs with secure hardware features, support for off-the-shelf Linux and RTOS, and substantial performance per watt.
Welcome to another edition of Dev Kit Weekly, where this week we’ll be reviewing and raffling off this GS-EVB-AUD-BUNDLE1-GS, an audio evaluation board from GaN Systems.
The STWIN is a dev kit that’s tailor-made for industrial engineers. It’s built around the STWIN core system board that supports an STM32 MCU. Enter the raffle for a chance to win one for free!
This week on Dev Kit Weekly, we’ll be giving away one OpenRTK330LI Evalution Kit from Aceinna for free.
This week we’ll be giving away 9 of the Infineon XENSIV Sensors Getting Started Box IoT Development Kits for free, thanks to our sponsor Digi Key.
This week's Embedded Computing Design Product of the Week, Lattice Semiconductor’s Single-Wire Aggregation IP provides two main advantages to FPGA users: Lower cost and less space.
“We intend to expand Arm’s licensing portfolio with access to NVIDIA’s technology. Both our ecosystems will be enriched by this combination,” NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang said in a Sunday press conference.
The MODM7AE70 is an IoT development kit that features the Microchip SAM E70 MCU, but the main feature of the MODM7AE70 is its 10/100 Mbps Ethernet support, specifically the IEEE 1588 PTP protocol.
Welcome to Dev Kit Weekly, where this week we’re taking a real close look at ADLINK’s Vizi-AI, a Development Starter Kit for Industrial Machine Vision and AI at the edge.