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  • MIPS Spins Its Wheels – EEJournal

    eejournal.com 21 Jun '17, 9pm

    Porsche is a driver’s car – a performance car… but it’s got no cup holders.” – Jason McCoy You want the 140-character version? MIPS has a new processor with parity. You want the longer, more detailed version? Uh… MIPS has a new processor with parity… and some ECC. And some additional ...

  • Neural-Net In a Block – EEJournal

    eejournal.com 19 Jun '17, 2pm

    So that’s a quick run-down of the Cadence neural-net IP. As an additional angle on the topic, a dedicated CNN-RNN processor was presented at ISSCC earlier this year by KAIST in Korea. They note that convolutional layers, recurrent layers, and fully connected layers may coexist in a ne...

  • Neural Networks and You – EEJournal

    eejournal.com 02 Jun '17, 3pm

    In this week’s Fish Fry, we’re diving deep into the world of neural networks. Pulin Desai (Cadence Design Systems) joins us to discuss the future of implementation of neural networks in embedded systems and how the constantly evolving market of neural networking is driving the need fo...

  • Intentional Attacks – EEJournal

    eejournal.com 03 Jun '17, 6pm

    Hey, everyone – have you heard? Security: it’s a thing. Of course, the internet is a thing, and, well, things are things, and the internet of things is a thing… but security on the internet of things (IoT)? Yeah, that’s still a work in progress, with dreams of becoming a full-fledged ...

  • Cracking a WALNUT

    eejournal.com 17 Apr '17, 4pm

    To be clear, it doesn’t appear that a random hacker could pick up any old phone and immediately start an attack like this. It takes a fair bit of work to figure out, for a given brand of system and accelerometer, what the clipping response is and what the sampling and resonant frequen...

  • Magnitudes of Mystery

    eejournal.com 18 Apr '17, 3pm

    Most EDA technology - and much of the IP that goes with it - comes from three medium-sized companies: Synopsys, Cadence, and Mentor. The software sold by these three organizations designs and verifies most of the chips made on earth. Throw in IP from ARM, and you account for most of t...

  • Pyramid or House of Cards – EEJournal

    eejournal.com 10 May '17, 3pm

    Building a pyramid takes a very long time and a huge number of people. The first stones are the foundation, of course, and, as the layers slowly increase, those seminal pieces are often buried and forgotten – deep inside the ever-evolving structure. Ever so quietly, they continue thei...

  • What’s the Bandwidth of a FedEx Truck?

    eejournal.com 12 Apr '17, 3pm

    Once Snowmobile does its Vulcan mind-meld with your system, it can suck data out at the rate of 1 Tbps, filling the truck in 10 days. How much data fits in 45 feet? One hundred petabytes, says Amazon. That’s 1% of an exabyte. Got more than 100 petabytes to transport? No problem; multi...

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