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EE Times DAC 360 Live Coverage Channel
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EETimes live coverage of DAC June 6-8.
What's next in low-power design trends?
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5/18/2011   Post a comment
John Donovan, editor of Low-powerdesign.com, talks about cores, low-power challenges and the hunt for the green server farm.
Integration of Analog DC/DC Controller with Digital Power Management
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Steve Wozniak on his latest project Fusion-IO
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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, keynoting at ESC Silicon Valley 2011, talks about his work with the company Fusion-IO
Steve Wozniak: Schools are restricting creativity
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Apple Co-founder Steve Wozniak, keynoting ESC Silicon Valley 2011, talks about how schools tamp down creativity and need reform.
The first implementation of a MIPS-based soft processor for FPGAs
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Altera's Nirmal Kari describes his company’s first implementation of a MIPS-based soft processor for its FPGAs.
Cadence's John Bruggeman on the company's new System Development Suite (and beer)
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Cadence CMO John Bruggeman describes the details of the company's just-announced System Development suite that integrates platforms for concurrent HW/SW design and verification.
Productivity and the “free tools” paradox
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Trucking companies buy $200,000 vehicles for their drivers while embedded companies spend a pittance on productivity tools. Green Hills CEO Dan O’Dowd asks why.
The embedded industry's Android moment
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Glenn Perry, a GM with Mentor Graphics, talks about why Android will rule the world (and other embedded trends).
USB support for Android
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A Microchip engineer gives a demo of the company's new MIPS-based developers kit for designing USB 2.0 peripherals on Android
Cypherbridge rolls new application kit
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Cypherbridge President Steve Delaney and marketing director Mette McCall talk about their latest products and the state of the embedded market
Cypress reveals winners of its PSOC 5 design contest
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5/5/2011   Post a comment
Cypress's Gahan Richardson unveils the winners of the company's design contest using its PSOC programmable device
Wisconsin high school freshmen win EE Times ACE Award
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A team of all freshman from a Sparta (Wisc.) High School talk about their winning design project
ST Microelectronics announces winners of its STM 32 design contest
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ST Microelectronics' Stuart McLaren discusses the winning entries in the STM 32 design contest.
Beer run
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The search for free beer at ESC Silicon Valley 2011
EETimes winners
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Qualcomm’s Jacobs talks mobile chips
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Qualcomm co-founder Irwin Jacobs talks about the rise of CDMA after receiving the EE Times ACE Lifetime Achievement Award.


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