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Mobile IC Vendors to Alter Automotive SoC Market
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10/8/2013   5 comments
The rise and fall of smartphone SoC companies has become intricately intertwined with the future of automotive chip suppliers. Many automotive IC companies are racing to dominate the fast-growing segment of in-vehicle infotainment SoCs.
Mike Noonen, GloFo Executive VP, Resigns
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10/7/2013   19 comments
Mike Noonen has resigned from his position as the executive vice president at GlobalFoundries. Noonen was responsible for global products, design, sales, and marketing at the world’s second largest foundry.
Tesla Battery Fire: Musk Responds & an Expert Explains
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10/7/2013   26 comments
A video of a burning Tesla Model S spread across the internet like wildfire. Elon Musk has responded.
Is Engineering a Profession?
Blog  
10/7/2013   30 comments
Engineers don't get the same respect as doctors or lawyers, no matter how much they contribute to society.
Collaborative Advantage: Get the Latest at Si2Con
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10/7/2013   Post a comment
If you design integrated circuits or develop/customize tool flows, then read about the 18th Annual Si2 conference, which takes place this week in Santa Clara, Calif.
Video: Impact Caused Tesla Battery Fire
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10/7/2013   17 comments
A fire in a Tesla Model S electric sedan has once again placed a spotlight on the issue of lithium-ion battery safety.
What’s Going Through This Driver’s Head?
Blog  
10/3/2013   45 comments
The idea of self-driving cars is stirring discussion, not just on technology and safety, but also the legal implication. And then, there is one more item making some people nervous.
Analog Drives Processor Architecture
Blog  
10/3/2013   2 comments
The recent port of a number of mixed signal interface IP blocks to 20nm by Synopsys raises some fascinating questions on the microprocessor ecosystem.
Test Production AOC Cables
News & Analysis  
10/3/2013   5 comments
Multilane combines test equipment into a system that lets you measure BER and jitter.
Unlocking the Keyless Car Future
Automotive DesignLine Blog  
10/2/2013   33 comments
For just about everything we do these days, “there's an app for that.” Is the car key destined to become one more little tile on a smartphone screen?
TSMC Shows Path to 16nm, Beyond
News & Analysis  
10/2/2013   39 comments
Chip bellwether TSMC detailed its steady progress on its 20 and 16nm nodes, but said little about the expected costs increases they will carry.
Auto Market Challenges Chipmakers’ Stamina
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10/1/2013   25 comments
I don’t think I’m alone in wondering why any chip company these days would stay in the automotive electronics market.
Soldering for Engineers
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10/1/2013   19 comments
Does an electrical engineer really need to take a course in soldering?
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