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Quo Vadis, Indoor Location?
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12/1/2014   9 comments
Today, the majority of 911 (emergency) calls are made from cellphones, making it necessary to pinpoint indoor location, including floor level, with reasonable accuracy.
Networking in Virtualized Worlds
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5/8/2014   1 comment
In addition to the CPU itself, other devices and peripherals -- such as USB ports and network interfaces -- need to be virtualized.
Are We Being Adaptive to Buffering?
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3/4/2014   3 comments
New data streaming techniques can sense congestion on the network, and they are adaptive with respect to available bandwidth.
Is Test Software Automation Imperative in SoC Verification?
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1/15/2014   Post a comment
Verification tools are needed to help users overlap and synchronize traffic streams to increase concurrency in the system and span the worst- to best-case usage scenarios.
Can Hardware-Assisted Verification Save SoC Realization Time?
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11/8/2013   2 comments
It looks as if the "Big Three" EDA vendors are gearing up for the next battle to capture the SoC verification market.
Comment: Re: Long overdue - SrivRagh - 10/10/2013
Essential Abstractions
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10/7/2013   2 comments
With a HW/SW interface clearly defined, it becomes relatively easy to create and port abstractions across IPs.


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