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London Calling: How many years define a startup?
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2/8/2013   8 comments
When does a startup stop being a startup and what does it become? Is it a matter of time or financial maturity?
Stitch and ship will sink your chip every time
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2/7/2013   11 comments
Instead of thinking like a systems integrator, development teams often assume that because the IP, fabric and memory subsystem have all been tested, the entire flow should work…
SparkFun's going to teach me all about the Arduino!
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2/6/2013   14 comments
There's a whole bunch of cool stuff headed our way at the forthcoming DESIGN West 2013 Conference and Exhibition, including free hands-on training sessions from the folks at SparkFun.
Which FPGA/MCU development boards are you using?
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2/6/2013   Post a comment
Comparing notes on which FPGA and microcontroller dev boards members of All Programmable Planet are using.
Expanding Ethernet beyond 'feeds-n-speeds'
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2/6/2013   11 comments
Are Ethernet's high volume days behind it?
EDA/IP weekly roundup – February 6th 2013
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Adapteva, Altium, ARM, Cadence, DCD, GlobalFoundries, IC Insights, Semico and Synopsys made the lineup today. See here for their news…
Silicon Valley Nation: Disrupting the fabric
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2/6/2013   Post a comment
What happens when ip cores become more valuable than the FPGA fabric they're stitched into?
London Calling: Big-little is sweet 16
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2/5/2013   10 comments
ARM has 16 licensees of its "big-little" power-efficient processing technology all chasing design wins in the mobile sector. Is that too many?
PAPP: Sixth-sense solution for the supply chain
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2/5/2013   1 comment
Natural disasters may be unavoidable, but the global manufacturing supply chain can limit the impact of such calamities.
Fourth CEO at Calypto
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2/5/2013   Post a comment
Calypto has another new CEO. No reason given for the change and no big announcements with the new man in charge…
Algotochip gets an endorsement for their algorithm-to-GDS II approach
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Algorithm-to-chips is what Algotochip does. They turn algorithms into chips by converting behavioral algorithm C-code into architecture C-code into RTL into GDS-II. Now they have an endorser…
Yoshida in Japan: Fujitsu-Panasonic SoC JV deal makes no sense
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2/5/2013   17 comments
The proposed joint venture between Fujitsu and Panasonic's SoC businesses will not save Japan's semiconductor industry or improve its standing in SoCs.
Don’t forget the Non-Volatile Memories Workshop
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2/4/2013   Post a comment
Find out the latest NVM advances in areas like power management, error coding, and novel array architectures.
The view looks grim from Digital Hollywood
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2/4/2013   33 comments
During a recent trip to the Digital Hollywood conference, I found a town desperately searching for the next big thing.
Handsets now largest consumer of NAND
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2/4/2013   1 comment
With the rise of smartphone shipments, handsets expected to consume more NAND than any other product type for first time in 2013.
London Calling: ST's world of pain
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2/4/2013   6 comments
ST, despite having announced its decision to get out of the struggling joint venture ST-Ericsson in December, has reported more losses, more JV-related costs and forecast a poor first quarter of 2013.
DesignCon Report: Making things happen
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2/1/2013   1 comment
I made it to DesignCon just in time to catch a longstanding panel: The Case of the Closed Eye.
Capitol Connection: A roadmap for semi industry's future
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2/1/2013   3 comments
In his first monthly column, the CEO of the industry group SIA lays out a bold policy roadmap.
What were they thinking: Copyright in the digital age
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2/1/2013   12 comments
It is easy to poke fun at the patent system, but what about copyright? It is rather dated and the University of Glasgow starts thinking about how to change it…
Silicon Valley Nation: The young and the fearless (engineers)
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2/1/2013   4 comments
The emerging generation of engineers is different from previous generations and it may not be just youthful enthusiasm.
Planning to fail is planning to fail
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2/1/2013   8 comments
Hardware teams understand the importance of planning, but does the act of project planning guarantee success to the same degree that avoiding project planning guarantees failure?
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