Circuit Reliability for the Auto Industry Blog 5/29/2014 5 comments Let's look specifically at the automotive industry, examine some of the circuit reliability challenges they must overcome to meet both industry quality standards and consumers’ expectations.
Red-Hot Emulation Blog 5/29/2014 1 comment The forthcoming Design Automation Conference (DAC) will be a prime venue to learn more about the varied uses of hardware emulation.
Why Intel-Rockchip Tie-Up Matters Blog 5/28/2014 14 comments After Miya Kong discussed the latest Intel-Rockchip announcement with China's industry insiders, we know the two companies have agreed on three points: X86 architecture, 3G modem license, and 14-nm capacity support.
Break 'Introversion Glass Ceiling' Blog 5/23/2014 10 comments Can your innermost introvert stand the rigors of CEO-style schmoozing, evangelistic product marketing, and rallying the troops to get your tech startup thriving? You may be surprised.
PADS Supports Radial Grids Blog 5/21/2014 3 comments We now know that Altium Designer and PADs support the Radial Grid feature -- how many other PCB layout tools out there do this?
Home Health Devices to Double by 2018 Blog 5/20/2014 7 comments An aging population, the proliferation of connected devices, and the growing need to contain healthcare costs will produce a spike in the global market for home health technologies in the coming years.
NVMe Emerges as Memory Independent Blog 5/14/2014 Post a comment The first of a planned series of Tech Talk presentations by Intel focused on NVM Express and was given to a worldwide web audience by Amber Huffman, senior principal engineer and NVM Express Workgroup chair.
Managing Vehicle Networking Blog 5/13/2014 1 comment The AUTOSAR alliance has been changing the way vehicle networks and ECUs are designed. Different domains in the car have different safety and performance requirements, and the in-vehicle networks must have predictable and secure performance.
Should Reference Designs Be Free? Blog 5/12/2014 26 comments If using a reference design involves your purchasing that vendor's components, should there be a cost involved with the reference design? Is it more appropriate for the design to be provided for free?
Teardown Compares Combo Sensors Blog 5/12/2014 3 comments The latest nine-axis combo sensors from Bosch, InvenSense, and STMicro have similar costs despite different designs, according to a System Plus Consulting chip teardown.
Battle-hardened veterans of the electronics industry have heard of the “connected car” so often that they assume it’s a done deal. But do we really know what it takes to get a car connected and what its future entails? Join EE Times editor Junko Yoshida as she moderates a panel of movers and shakers in the connected car business. Executives from Cisco, Siemens and NXP will share ideas, plans and hopes for connected cars and their future. After the first 30 minutes of the radio show, our listeners will have the opportunity to ask questions via live online chat.