Arm Extends AI to the Masses
Blog 2/14/2018 Post a comment
Arm’s recently announced Project Trillium is likely to be quickly adopted by its partners and develop consistency between solutions that can be leveraged by the software community.
What #metoo Means to High Tech
Blog 2/12/2018 8 comments
Many women including VerveCon founder believe that the fuel for the women-in-tech conference was none other than an ex-Googler’s so-called “diversity memo.”
Blog 2/7/2018 1 comment
A recent spate of earthquakes in Taiwan may be a wakeup call for the semiconductor industry.
Malta Tour Shows GF Rising
Blog 2/7/2018 3 comments
From discussions with leaders and a walk through its highly automated New York fab last week, it looks like GlobalFoundries is on track to continue taking customers away from TSMC.
We Become What We Behold
Blog 2/6/2018 4 comments
In this first column of 2018, the publisher of ASPENCORE reflects on our journey the last three years and glimpses ASPENCORE's future.
Implants Raise Security Awareness
Blog 2/2/2018 Post a comment
Under the pressure of increasingly sophisticated attacks, medical device cybersecurity will become an important subspecialty for clinical research organizations in years to come.
Lack of Vision Among Robocar Visionaries
Blog 1/31/2018 4 comments
If the goal of pushing robocars is indeed about making roads safer, isn’t it time for highly automated vehicle developers to start addressing the “failure to communicate” between men and machines?
Semiconductor M&A Fervor Cools
Blog 1/24/2018 Post a comment
After a two-year buying spree unprecedented in magnitude, the frenzy of merger and acquisition activity that dominated the semiconductor industry cooled — somewhat — in 2017, with the number of targets considered ripe for acquisition depleted and regulatory scrutiny heightened.
IoT Drives Arrow, Avnet to Apps
Blog 1/5/2018 1 comment
In separate announcements, Arrow Electronics and Avnet leapt into the business of developing custom end-user software for the Internet of Things.
Industry Responds to CPU Security Vulnerability
Blog 1/4/2018 18 comments
Tech giants including Intel, Apple and Microsoft have banded together to offer a fix for a processor security vulnerability identified by researchers that could enable hackers to steal data from computers, smartphones and other devices.
Gate Driver ICs at SPS-IPC 2017
Blog 12/28/2017 Post a comment
Michael Hornkamp of Power Integrations talks at Europe's leading electronic automation show about his company's latest gate driver IC, designed to drive advanced IGBTs with improved efficiency and accuracy.
Finding the Best Mesh for the IoT
Blog 12/26/2017 1 comment
Despite the interesting new arrival of Bluetooth Mesh, Zigbee and Thread remain for many reasons the best choice for Internet of Things deployments needing a mesh network.
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