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posted in May 2014
Maker Faire Meets Silicon Valley
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5/19/2014   11 comments
Many top tech companies came to Maker Faire this year, trying to ride the growing grassroots movement about the joy of design.
Photons Coming Down Cloudy Path
Blog  
5/16/2014   8 comments
Systems designers see high-speed optical interconnect between chips coming soon, but there’s little agreement on how best to do it.
Startup Faces SoC, Gender Challenges
News & Analysis  
5/15/2014   8 comments
NetSpeed's Sundari Mitra wants to reshape the way SoCs are designed as she faces down challenges of a male-dominated industry.
Rambus Rejoins Jedec
News & Analysis  
5/14/2014   5 comments
Rambus has been invited to rejoin the memory standards group Jedec after a nearly 20-year absence marked by suits with major DRAM suppliers.
Leading Maker Dreams of Open Cores
News & Analysis  
5/14/2014   12 comments
The most exciting thing on the horizon for open source hardware is potential for open processors and SoCs, said a movement leader.
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.
Serial Links Rev Up to 56 Gbit/s
News & Analysis  
5/13/2014   3 comments
The first public proposals for extending serial links to 56 Gbit/s are expected at the next OIF meeting, laying a foundation for future nets.
Banana Pi Rivals Raspberry Pi
Blog  
5/9/2014   6 comments
Despite no shortage of single-board computers on the market today, few have gained the popularity of Raspberry Pi. So what does a company do to compete against the fruity computer company? Developers, meet Banana Pi.
Microchip Buoyed by SMSC to Record Results
News & Analysis  
5/7/2014   1 comment
Microchip Technology Inc. reported record net sales of $1.931 billion for the three months and fiscal year ending on March 31, 2014. The 22% year-over-year increase points to a winning business strategy based on elbowing-out competitors.
AMD Takes Swing at Custom ARM
News & Analysis  
5/5/2014   12 comments
AMD described a two-step route to interchangeable custom ARM and x86 64-bit SoCs to come in 2016, seeking a unique spot in a crowded field.
Slideshow: Ethernet's Present & Future
News & Analysis  
5/5/2014   2 comments
The Ethernet Summit discussed struggles that ranged from defining 400GE and getting 10Mbit links deployed as well as cloud and SDN issues.
Neurogrid's Electronic Brain Controls Robotics
News & Analysis  
5/2/2014   10 comments
Stanford University has pushed its Neurogrid project has secured $10 million in funding to develop its NeuroCore chips that could revolutionize the smart prosthetics of the future.
Ethernet Switches to Datacenters
News & Analysis  
5/1/2014   19 comments
The market for Ethernet switches is increasingly defined by a few mega datacenters and a rising set of vendors and users in China, says Dell'Oro Group.
It's Time for GPIB to Die
Blog  
5/1/2014   31 comments
Tom Burke has had enough with GPIB, calling it as finicky as the ISA bus. Do you agree, or should GPIB continue its long life?


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