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IP Roundtable, Part 4: Standards, or the Lack of Them
Blog  
8/30/2013   Post a comment
We listen in on the IP roundtable discussion that moves on to the topic of standards for IP.
Verification Panel: Are We Done Yet? Not Even Close
Blog  
8/27/2013   2 comments
Discussion panels held in public are often dull exercises in easy harmony. But get experts in a closed room and opinions can become more divided, or at least more vocal.
Part V: Case Study
EE Times University  
8/23/2013   83 comments
In this final class, we will consider how a modification in the supply chain can change the way an industrial system is designed, deployed, and maintained. Specifically, we will take a look at the industrial embedded computer business of Dellís OEM division and how a change in infrastructure can impact the whole industry.
Part IV: Getting Lost in the Data
EE Times University  
8/22/2013   120 comments
With so much data becoming available, it can affect the way systems are designed and software is written. In this class we will look at some of the tradeoffs among compressing, encrypting, and transmitting data across a network, particularly in systems where power is a scarce resource.
EDA/IP Weekly Roundup Ė August 19, 2013
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8/22/2013   Post a comment
Verific's SystemVerilog parser is added to Stylus compiler; Agilent increases its tie with Gradient; Opera gets multicored, among other tidbits in EDA this week.
IP Roundtable, Part 3: Subsystems & Software
Blog  
8/21/2013   2 comments
Does the integration of larger subsystems make your job easier or more complex? How are people getting on with software integration? Here's what some experts say.
When Statistics Donít Tell the Whole Truth
Blog  
8/21/2013   8 comments
There are lies, damned lies, and statistics about how fast we're adopting code coverage, functional coverage, and assertions in our everyday work.
Part III: Security
EE Times University  
8/21/2013   113 comments
As sensors become distributed and data is collected from diverse sources, the systems become more vulnerable to attack. What can be done to ensure that both the data and the integrity of the system remain secure from internal and external attacks? In this segment we will look at both hardware and software techniques to secure the system.
Part II: Consolidation
EE Times University  
8/20/2013   125 comments
In this class we will look at what is happening in the compute centers and, in particular, technologies such as multicore and virtualization. Consolidation enables more efficient computing, centralized management, integrated data management, and visualization, as well as enabling new types of applications and automation in industrial systems.
Part I: Introduction: Pervasive Change
EE Times University  
8/19/2013   181 comments
In this class we will look at the broad scope of the changes happening in many segments of the industry, including the cloud, autonomous cars, factory automation, the smart grid, and others. It will look at the ways embedded systems are changing and what is meant by "intelligent" systems. We will identify the major pieces of these systems and some of the issues they create.
Cloud Storage Makes Cents, But No Sense
Blog  
8/16/2013   16 comments
Lots of people are starting to live their digital lives in the cloud. They don't think too much about the cost, privacy, or security -- but perhaps they should.
IP Roundtable, Part 2: Is There Room for Startups?
Blog  
8/14/2013   5 comments
This is the second part of an expert discussion on the intellectual property circuit licensing sector
Bringing Intelligence Into Industrial Systems
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8/14/2013   Post a comment
Does the Internet of Things feel more like a tsunami of complexity and complications headed your way? EE Times University offers free classes, sponsored by Intel, to help you prepare for next big wave.
EDA/IP Weekly Roundup: Aug. 12, 2013
News & Analysis  
8/12/2013   5 comments
This is a roundup of news and activities associated with EDA and IP that broke over the past week.
Mathworks Helps Keep Satellites in Line
Blog  
8/8/2013   3 comments
High-level design software from Mathworks is helping develop a generation of autonomous satellites for NASA.
Comment: Re: ARC - BrianBailey - 8/7/2013
Comment: Re: ARC - BrianBailey - 8/7/2013
EDA Vendors Enjoyed Strong Q1
News & Analysis  
8/6/2013   2 comments
The EDA Consortium's industrywide first-quarter sales numbers show IP licensing and services are leading a buoyant sector.
Roundtable on Intellectual Property, Part 1
Blog  
8/6/2013   3 comments
Four experts in intellectual property core provision came together to discuss partnership in IP. Here is the first installment. Look out for the discussion to develop over the several postings.
Comment: Re: Nada - BrianBailey - 8/2/2013
How Will President Obama Rule on Apple vs. Samsung?
Blog  
8/2/2013   27 comments
The US legal system is complex, and companies have become adept at using trade rulings by the ITC as an alternate forum. But has it come to pass that President Obama must rule on Samsung versus Apple?
Comment: Re: Feed me - BrianBailey - 8/1/2013
Sensor Hub IP Supports Optimization
News & Analysis  
8/1/2013   4 comments
Synopsys is preparing a software-programmable sensor hub IP core that is based on the ARC processor.


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