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Processing

The Problem with the CHIPS Act, Part 1 - Podcast

May 26, 2022

On this episode of the Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss whether the IoT is “newer” than M2M or connected embedded, or has the name just changed while the definition remains the same? Perhaps it’s not new, it’s just moved to the edge and adopted “new” capabilities.

Software & OS

Embedded Insiders Podcast: Would You Trust An Open Source OS in Your Safety Application? - Podcast

December 02, 2021

On this episode, the Insiders discuss safety-critical open source operating systems. Do the rigid requirements of safety-critical embedded applications force users to reduce the flexibility many believe is the biggest advantage of open source? And if so, why not just license a commercial offering?

Open Source

Can Particle Accelerators Accelerate Industry Standards? - Podcast

September 16, 2021

On this episode of the Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss the push/pull of industry hardware standards, as support for PCI Express Gen 4 on the latest generation of Intel chipsets has created an inflection point for board- and system-level specifications that serve both legacy and emerging applications.
 

AI & Machine Learning

How the Chip Shortage Will Drive Innovation & How AI Can Help - Podcast

August 30, 2021

On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss the global chip shortage and the difference between price gouging, tough luck, and a need for innovation.

AI & Machine Learning

How Flexibility, Accessibility & AI Helped Xilinx Beat 2020 - Podcast

June 01, 2021

In this episode of the Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich wonder if residential solar power is really worth it. The question stems from Littelfuses’ release of 400PV Fuse series of photovoltaic solar fuses, which can be embedded directly into roof shingles or tiles. But with so much government meddling in the solar industry, and big energy looking to protect its existing interests, is it prudent, or even worth it, to bother with the technology?

AI & Machine Learning

The New Chips on the Block - Part 1 - Podcast

April 09, 2021

Armv9 is here, and although it took nearly 10 years to arrive, it comes right at a major inflection point in the semiconductor industry where all of the major chipmakers have started dabbling in processor architectures outside of their heritage. The implications of this are currently being felt in more advanced use cases like the data center and high-performance computing, but the roadmap decisions of today – such as the massive emphasis on AI and ML workload processing in Armv9 that will surely continue under NVIDIA leadership – will  have significant ramifications for the embedded systems of tomorrow. And, oh yeah, what does NVIDIA’s potential stewardship of Arm mean for NVIDIA competitors who also happen to be Arm licensees, like Intel and Xilinix? Brandon and Rich discuss.

Open Source

How RTOS Acquisitions Impact IoT Developers, Industry - Podcast

May 02, 2019

With the recent news of Microsoft acquiring Express Logic, the Embedded Insiders parse whether large tech conglomerates buying software companies is good for anyone involved. Special guest Rob...

Automotive

GTC 2019 and the Latest in Lidar Technology - Podcast

April 12, 2019

This week the Embedded Insiders are joined by Steven Crouch, CTO of Blackmore Lidar, who discusses FM lidar and its impact on the automotive market. We also recap what went on at the GPU...

Software & OS

Embedded Insiders Discuss the Latest Issues with Boeing - Podcast

April 08, 2019

Join Rich Nass, Brandon Lewis, Alix Paultre and Laura Dolan as they deliberate. What's been happening with Boeing's 737 Max planes that have been recently grounded due to two tragic crashes. They...

Software & OS

Software, Hardware, or Human Malfunction? The Embedded Insiders on Grounded Boeing 737s - Video

April 08, 2019

The Embedded Insiders deliberate what?s been happening with Boeing?s 737 Max planes that have been recently grounded due to two tragic crashes.

Analog & Power

Embedded Insiders' APEC Wrap Up - Video

April 05, 2019

This is the Embedded Insiders? first video broadcast. Join them as they discuss Alix?s latest adventures at APEC and what the future holds for power electronics.

Analog & Power

APEC Wrap Up - Podcast

April 05, 2019

This is the Embedded Insiders? first video broadcast. Join Rich Nass, Brandon Lewis, Alix Paultre and Laura Dolan as they discuss Alix?s latest adventures at APEC and what the future holds for...

IoT

The AI Race Is Heating up for Embedded Chipmakers - Video

December 27, 2018

As the calendar flips to 2019, embedded processor companies continue to ramp up their AI and machine learning offerings. Two leading processor vendors are doubling down on different architectures...

Storage

Embedded Insiders Podcast - NAND Flash Forward - Podcast

July 17, 2017

Is NAND Flash just about "cheapest wins"? Not for industrial apps, where older, more expensive technology wins the day. Cactus Technologies joins the Embedded Insiders

Storage

Embedded Insiders - Episode #22 - NAND flash forward - Podcast

July 17, 2017

The NAND flash memory market has evolved (or devolved depending on who you ask) into a battle of the BoMs, where the lowest price usually wins. But is that really the only consideration anymore...

Analog & Power

Embedded Insiders Podcast: Power, PCIM, and Europe - Podcast

May 17, 2017

Once again, power takes center stage, at least in this week’s Embedded Insiders podcast. ECD Power Editor Alix Paultre is at the PCIM show in Germany, Europe’s premier event for the...

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