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What’s the funniest/goofiest/spoofiest sci-fi video on YouTube?
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
9/14/2011   2 comments
I don’t know why, but I just started wondering as to what would be the funniest and/or goofiest and/or spoofiest science fiction video on YouTube…
ClioSoft granted patent for Universal Data Management Adaptor
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog  
9/14/2011   Post a comment
Hmmm – this is an interesting development – to be honest I’m not quite sure what it means with regard to how it affects version control and design data management solutions from other vendors.
Single-board computer with integrated FPGA and ARM Cortex-A8 processor from Micro/sys
Product News  
9/14/2011   Post a comment
Integration of FPGA allows OEMs to adapt single board computer to manage wide range of I/O configurations to enhance flexibility, reduce time-to-market, design and production costs…
EDA in the clouds
9/13/2011   1 comment
Cloud computing offers benefits and challenges to EDA tool users, but either way it is here to stay.
FPGA and MCU integration is a game-changer for many system designs
9/13/2011   2 comments
FPGA and MCU integration means that designers can create the products they want with the features they need, without compromise...
OMG! Words fail me!
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
9/13/2011   18 comments
Following my previous blog that showed a man flying without a plane, my old chum George just pointed me at two videos that left my heart pounding…
Report: Intel acquires ESL firm CoFluent
News & Analysis  
9/13/2011   4 comments
Intel has done a deal to acquire CoFluent Design, the vendor of CoFluent Studio EDA software that supports system-level design and time-behavioral modeling.
Some interesting “stuff” and some mega-weird “stuff”
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
9/12/2011   2 comments
I don’t know where to start. I have just seen the most amazing bunch of videos...
Altera demos floating-point DSP flow with FPGAs
News & Analysis  
9/12/2011   Post a comment
Claiming an industry first, programmable logic vendor Altera said it demonstrated a new floating-point digital signal processing design flow using FPGAs.
Free worldwide power and platform management seminars from Lattice
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog  
9/12/2011   1 comment
Board designers can learn to reduce power and platform management costs up to 50%, increase reliability, and reduce the risk of board re-spins.
Mentor expands Vista platform for ESL
Product News  
9/8/2011   Post a comment
EDA vendor Mentor Graphics said Wednesday it expanded its Vista ESL platform to accommodate virtual prototyping for early software development.
I want to join a mob
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog  
9/7/2011   1 comment
I don’t want to be initiated into a gang of rascally rascals, you understand – I just want to be part of a Flash mob…
Radiation-shielding design and analysis tool now available
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog  
9/7/2011   Post a comment
Developed by Raytheon, the TopAct tool accelerates space, defense, energy, and medical application development
FPGA-based Ethernet switches for real-time applications
Design How-To  
9/7/2011   2 comments
Lattice Semiconductor and Flexibilis have released an FPGA-based Gigabit Ethernet Switch IP core that is scalable, non-blocking, and extensible…
Amr Mohsen – A story so bizarre…
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog  
9/6/2011   17 comments
I thought it may be worth while reminding those who did not witness this tale the first time around or who had forgotten just how crazy our industry can be.
Lattice MachXO2 PLD family now available in tiny WLCSP package
Product News  
9/6/2011   Post a comment
Extremely small footprint and over 100X power reduction highlight benefits for low density PLD designers...
Industry's first 28-nm FPGA development kit from Altera
Product News  
9/6/2011   Post a comment
Full-featured Stratix V GX FPGA-based development kit will accelerate the development of high-bandwidth systems
Design How-To  
9/6/2011   3 comments
Did Intel acquire Fulcrum for its packet-switching technology, or for its design methodology?
Xilinx is on a roll
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog  
9/6/2011   Post a comment
I don’t know why, but suddenly I’m being bombarded with press releases from the folks at Xilinx…
Don’t miss Xilinx at IBC 2011
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog  
9/6/2011   1 comment
Xilinx has just announced its participation at IBC 2011 in Amsterdam, from September 8-13, at the RAI Exhibition and Congress Centre, Stand #10.D25, Hall 10.
TI launches 10 new Bluetooth LE profiles for rapid design of consumer medical, fitness, alert apps
Product News  
9/4/2011   2 comments
The Bluetooth low energy application software is a part of TI's BLE-Stack, and is available royalty-free to all using TI's CC2540 Bluetooth low energy SoC.
Altium Designer made available to over 5,000 GoEngineer customers
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog  
9/2/2011   Post a comment
Altium signs GoEngineer to distribute next-generation electronics design software to Western and South Central U.S.
Free Webinar: Establishing a requirements-driven FPGA/ASIC design process
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog  
9/2/2011   Post a comment
This webinar will present advanced chip design methods and practices that are now essential for any design project.
Synopsys buys Indian verification firm
News & Analysis  
9/2/2011   4 comments
EDA and IP company Synopsys Inc. has acquired nSys Design Systems Private Ltd. (New Delhi, India), a supplier of verification intellectual property, for an undisclosed amount of money.
Are “Cord Hogs” the solution to multiple cables in your backpack?
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog  
9/2/2011   5 comments
This is a plastic “thing” that is designed in such a way as to facilitate your winding electric cables around it and securing them so they don’t unravel.
Most useless machine ever plus another coin trick
Engineering Pop Culture!  
9/1/2011   8 comments
Have you ever seen a video of something called “The Most Useless Machine Ever”? In fact this is really rather cool…
When the smart money got into/out of manufacturing
9/1/2011   5 comments
For every sell off there is a buy in. So, of the two companies that have agreed to the transfer of an Oregon wafer fab, IDT and Alpha and Omega Semiconductor, which is right?
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