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posted in April 2013
Will ASICs be replaced in comms gear?
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4/19/2013   16 comments
A prominent Stanford engineering professor sees a new breed of merchant networking processors replacing ASICs in routers and switches.
Mobile SoCs still lacking good software model
News & Analysis  
4/18/2013   1 comment
The industry lacks consensus on programming the heterogeneous mobile SoCs now on the rise but some promising power-friendly techniques are emerging.
Hypervisor boosts 'bring your own device' strategies
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4/6/2013   Post a comment
Green Hills Software has launched a major new release of its INTEGRITY Multivisor to allow enterprise and government mobile device users and administrators to take advantage of off-the-shelf, BYOD mobile phones and tablets for both personal and business use.
Toshiba low power OS targets Many-Core embedded designs
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4/3/2013   Post a comment
Toshiba has taken the wraps off an innovative, low power operating system it has developed for many-core processors, targeting application in embedded systems, including automotive products and digital consumer products.


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