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  • Cooling Off Accelerated Computing

    eejournal.com 25 May '16, 2pm

    Meanwhile, back on the battle lines, a number of companies (including ARM, IBM, Qualcomm, Xilinx, and others) hoping to attack Intel’s dominant position in the data center have formed an alliance to define a standard for communication between processors and accelerators (such as FPGAs...

  • Code, Copyright, and Craziness

    eejournal.com 24 May '16, 2pm

    Can APIs even be copyrighted? Depends on whom you ask, and when you’re asking. The courts decided exactly this issue back in 2012 with a resounding “No!” The judge in that case said, “So long as the specific code used to implement a method is different, anyone is free under the Copyri...

  • Collaboration Between OPC UA and DDS

    eejournal.com 16 May '16, 6pm

    “OPC UA provides client-server interaction between components such as devices or applications. DDS is a data-centric ‘bus’ for integration and peer-to-peer data distribution.” To my ear, it wasn’t clear that those two characteristics obviously applied to different applications; it see...

  • An Entrepreneur’s Tale

    eejournal.com 03 May '16, 3pm

    Michael (and his second-in-command, Linley Gwennap) ran a tight ship. Your research had to be solid, your conclusions had to be well-founded, and your deadlines were inviolate. If you thought a product was crap, you said so, but you backed it up with research and comparison data and c...

  • Design in the Fast Lane

    eejournal.com 13 May '16, 2pm

    On Your Mark! Get Set! Design! In this week’s Fish Fry, I chat with Alex Tan (Marvell Semiconductor) about the emerging trends in automotive design, the biggest challenges that we face as engineers when it comes to automotive product design, and how Marvell’s new Automotive Center of ...

  • FPGAs for the Masses?

    eejournal.com 10 May '16, 2pm

    The context in which QuickPlay has been developed is that, while FPGAs can offer a great way of developing products and can often provide performance and other advantages over using, say, multicore processors and GPUs, they are now complex beasts. They need experienced hardware engine...

  • Is the Consumer IoT Happening?

    eejournal.com 02 May '16, 3pm

    Employee access cards: they may be IoT and they may happen to be in the home because you come home at night, but they’re not home IoT – they’re enterprise IoT. Cameras that upload to the internet. This certainly meets the direct-connection-to-the-internet standard, but if all it does ...

  • Trim this 3D-printed bonsai tree by hand, just like a real one

    EE Journal :: Trim this 3D-printed bonsai tree by hand, just like a real one

    eejournal.com 01 Apr '16, 1pm

    As phone carrier Softbank launched its own crowdfunding site, amid a sea of products we've already heard about, the design firm's Creative Director Oki Sato took to the stage with something actually intriguing: a plastic bonsai tree that you can prune -- or even print a finished artic...

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