Executive Vice President

Embedded Computing Design

Richard Nass’ key responsibilities include setting the direction for all aspects of OSM’s ECD portfolio, including digital, print, and live events. Previously, Nass was the Brand Director for Design News. Prior, he led the content team for UBM’s Medical Devices Group, and all custom properties and events. Nass has been in the engineering OEM industry for more than 30 years. In prior stints, he led the Content Team at EE Times, Embedded.com, and TechOnLine. Nass holds a BSEE degree from NJIT.

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Mobile payments can be secure - Other

November 13, 2014

Mobile payments are certainly in the spotlight today, both for good reasons and not so good reasons. But with any new technology, there are likely to...


Don't let an EOL notification cause sleepless nights - Other

November 10, 2014

You're sitting comfortably at your desk working on the latest design when the dreaded message comes in: The board you've been integrating into systems...


Comply with ISO 26262 in half the time - Other

October 29, 2014

Functional safety verification is a must have for automotive applications. Or is it? First, let's define what the term actually means. In most cases,...


Webinar: Security breaches are too frequent. Keep yourself armed with the latest tools. - Other

October 24, 2014

Not a week goes by these days without some headline about a new hack. Whether it's Home Depot, Staples, or some lesser-known entity, it's becoming all...


SSDs push further down into the HDD space - Other

October 23, 2014

I know the argument is getting old, but it bears repeating: solid-state drives (SSDs) aren't replacing hard-disk drives (HDDs) anytime soon in super-h...

Open Source

Low-cost development boards have a place in our community - Other

October 21, 2014

Platforms that fall into the "do it yourself" or DIY space are currently in vogue. There are a multitude of offerings available, and more seem to pop...


Mixing low-power LCDs and FRAM technology - Other

October 09, 2014

If you need to integrate a low-power LCD into your design, I've got the answer for you. Well, actually, Will Cooper from Texas Instruments has the ans...

Open Source

Maker Faire NYC brings out the kid in everyone - Other

September 22, 2014

Slide show -- I'll admit it - this was my first Maker Faire. I promise you it won't be my last. It was very cool. I attended the Faire in New York Cit...


Multicore ARM processors fit high-end, power-efficient apps - Other

September 22, 2014

Speaking of low power, TI's KeyStone architecture delivers multicore performance at less than 10 W.


Learn about ARM in low-power design - Other

September 22, 2014

A sneak peak of ARM TechCon's low-power track continues the discussion of ARM for embedded.


ARM for embedded? Still waiting - Other

September 03, 2014

How embedded is ARM, really?


Report: Emerging markets show cautious growth - Other

August 18, 2014

A recent report called the Cambashi Market Observatories shows a combined growth in the emerging nations of Brazil, Russia, India, and China of 8.6 pe...


DSPs, FPGA, and ARM cores - Other

August 08, 2014

When you put DSPs and ARM cores into the FPGA mixing pot and stir it up, what do you get? From the FPGA vendors' perspective, you get a highly capable...


Support can be beautiful ... if you can get it - Other

August 04, 2014

You decide to take the plunge and adopt a new processor architecture. You've done your homework, and determined that this family will solve your needs...


The current educational system isn't cutting it - Other

July 29, 2014

I recently had the pleasure of being reacquainted with Jack Ganssle, who is clearly the King of Embedded. If you ever wanted to get an education of an...

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