Content posted in May 2014
Circuit Reliability for the Auto Industry
Blog 5/29/2014 5 comments
Let's look specifically at the automotive industry, examine some of the circuit reliability challenges they must overcome to meet both industry quality standards and consumers’ expectations.
Blog 5/29/2014 1 comment
The forthcoming Design Automation Conference (DAC) will be a prime venue to learn more about the varied uses of hardware emulation.
Why Intel-Rockchip Tie-Up Matters
Blog 5/28/2014 11 comments
After Miya Kong discussed the latest Intel-Rockchip announcement with China's industry insiders, we know the two companies have agreed on three points: X86 architecture, 3G modem license, and 14-nm capacity support.
Break 'Introversion Glass Ceiling'
Blog 5/23/2014 10 comments
Can your innermost introvert stand the rigors of CEO-style schmoozing, evangelistic product marketing, and rallying the troops to get your tech startup thriving? You may be surprised.
HP's $99 Android Tablet
Blog 5/23/2014 3 comments
Tablet bargain seekers have another option in HP's new $99 Android tablet, but the device's specs and battery life disappoint.
Home Health Devices to Double by 2018
Blog 5/20/2014 7 comments
An aging population, the proliferation of connected devices, and the growing need to contain healthcare costs will produce a spike in the global market for home health technologies in the coming years.
NVMe Emerges as Memory Independent
Blog 5/14/2014 Post a comment
The first of a planned series of Tech Talk presentations by Intel focused on NVM Express and was given to a worldwide web audience by Amber Huffman, senior principal engineer and NVM Express Workgroup chair.
Managing Vehicle Networking
Blog 5/13/2014 1 comment
The AUTOSAR alliance has been changing the way vehicle networks and ECUs are designed. Different domains in the car have different safety and performance requirements, and the in-vehicle networks must have predictable and secure performance.
Should Reference Designs Be Free?
Blog 5/12/2014 26 comments
If using a reference design involves your purchasing that vendor's components, should there be a cost involved with the reference design? Is it more appropriate for the design to be provided for free?
Teardown Compares Combo Sensors
Blog 5/12/2014 3 comments
The latest nine-axis combo sensors from Bosch, InvenSense, and STMicro have similar costs despite different designs, according to a System Plus Consulting chip teardown.
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