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  • The Developer’s Journey to a Secure Embedded System

    The Developer’s Journey to a Secure Embedded System

    The developer’s journey toward a secure system starts right at the very beginning of the product development, well before one line of code is written. Security must become part of the developer’s...

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  • UP Xtreme i11 Edge Compute Enabling Kit with 11th Generation Intel Core

    UP Xtreme i11 Edge Compute Enabling Kit with 11th Generation Intel Core

    Powered by the latest 11th Generation Intel Core processors, the UP Xtreme i11 Edge Compute Enabling Kit is designed to bring high performance computing to the edge.

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  • New 64-bit i.MX8M Mini Industrial SBC Family from Gateworks

    New 64-bit i.MX8M Mini Industrial SBC Family from Gateworks

    Gateworks announces a new family of Single Board Computers, the Venice Family featuring a 64-bit NXP™ i.MX8M Mini Quad Core ARM® Cortex™-A53 SoC processor.

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  • General-Purpose FPGAs: An Innovation-less Decade

    General-Purpose FPGAs: An Innovation-less Decade

    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.

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  • COM-HPC Scales Heterogeneous Embedded Hardware into High-Performance Edge Computing

    COM-HPC Scales Heterogeneous Embedded Hardware into High-Performance Edge Computing

    High-speed interfaces and provisions that allow modules to host PCIe targets mean that COM-HPC can support compute architectures ranging from Arm to GPUs to FPGAs and more.

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  • On Semi’s Motor Development Kit Prioritizes Energy Efficiency

    On Semi’s Motor Development Kit Prioritizes Energy Efficiency

    Design engineers love development kits, for a bunch of reasons. One, they enjoy seeing how things work and the kits expose the technology.

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  • AMD Unveils AMD Ryzen Embedded V2000 Processors

    AMD Unveils AMD Ryzen Embedded V2000 Processors

    AMD launched a new product in its Embedded processor family, the AMD Ryzen Embedded V2000 Series processor.

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  • Understanding SSD Performance Claims

    Understanding SSD Performance Claims

    The age of Big Data is placing increasing demands on storage and processing. Correspondingly, there is a need for faster data transfer speeds.

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  • More Free Money & What NVIDIA Didn't Buy

    More Free Money & What NVIDIA Didn't Buy

    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?

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  • Accelerating the Design and Deployment of Autonomous Cars Worldwide

    Accelerating the Design and Deployment of Autonomous Cars Worldwide

    To meet market demands, designers of autonomous cars will need to rely heavily on off-the-shelf technology. There simply isn’t the time to for OEMs to design everything in-house.

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  • Making the Switch to Macintosh as an Engineer

    Making the Switch to Macintosh as an Engineer

    After setting up my father’s 386 SX–complete with a “turbo” button that let it perform at 16 MHz–many years ago, I’ve stuck with IBM/Microsoft, with the exception of a few forays into Linux.

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  • Samsung and VeriSilicon Enable Blaize to Meet Time-to-Market Goals for New AI Edge Processor

    Samsung and VeriSilicon Enable Blaize to Meet Time-to-Market Goals for New AI Edge Processor

    Samsung Electronics, in collaboration with design services provider, VeriSilicon, has supported the on-time market launch of AI Edge computing startup Blaize’s hardware platform.

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  • Maximize Sensing Accuracy Using RADAR

    Maximize Sensing Accuracy Using RADAR

    A sensor device that triggers a certain function when an object is either present or not may sound simple. But in reality, there are numerous factors to consider in order to avoid false positive...

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  • Software Considerations for Heterogeneous Arm Cores in Safety-Critical Applications

    Software Considerations for Heterogeneous Arm Cores in Safety-Critical Applications

    For real-time systems, particularly safety-critical systems, multicore processors create a significant challenge to tight determinism due to contention for resources shared among the processor cores.

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  • Eurotech Announces CPU-180-02, a SIL2-enabled module with the 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors

    Eurotech Announces CPU-180-02, a SIL2-enabled module with the 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors

    Powered by the 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors and based on the new COM-HPC standard with FuSa extensions, the CPU-18-02 enables Functional Safety applications at the Edge

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  • Data Acquisition Design Considerations - Part 2 - Harsh Environments

    Data Acquisition Design Considerations - Part 2 - Harsh Environments

    From intense vibrations, mechanical shocks, wide temperature swings and so much more, designing for harsh environments requires extensive experience. But what could go wrong if you miss one of these..

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  • Peak-to-Peak Frequency Monitoring

    Peak-to-Peak Frequency Monitoring

    The peak-to-peak method is used with real-world analog signals, often originating from analog sensors.

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  • NVIDIA to Host Digital GTC in October Featuring Keynote from CEO Jensen Huang and Continuous Programming Around the World

    NVIDIA to Host Digital GTC in October Featuring Keynote from CEO Jensen Huang and Continuous Programming Around the World

    Global Online Conference on Oct. 5-9 to Feature 500+ Sessions in AI, Data Science and More; Live Content and Interaction with Tech Leaders Worldwide

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  • IBASE Rolls Out Slim-Type Fanless System with 8th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors

    IBASE Rolls Out Slim-Type Fanless System with 8th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors

    The ASB200-919 is designed for reliable 24/7 operation, with a wide power input range from 12V - 24V.

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  • Product of the Week: Microchip PolarFire SoC FPGA Icicle Kit

    Product of the Week: Microchip PolarFire SoC FPGA Icicle Kit

    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.

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