On Semiconductor is now known as onsemi. That’s not a big deal, as that’s what everyone called the company anyway. What is a big deal is that there’s a new sheriff in town. Hassane El-Khoury took over as President and CEO last December and is in the process of putting his imprint on the company.
Are you familiar with “analog machine learning?” If the answer is yes, then you’re likely in the minority.
The global chip shortage continues to rage on, and it appears to be worsening rather than getting better.
Nexar is a business unit of Altium. The Nexar ecosystem supports the development of electronic products by connecting partners to engineers and PCB designers through Altium's 365 platform.
We are in a serious chip shortage. Why is that the case? Well, it depends who you ask.
AI Day is right around the corner (on September 9). One of the sessions will cover how you actually build an AI platform.
John Deere is obviously a leader in the agriculture space. Most of us know the company for its tractors, and products that are related to farming, etc.
Demands on personal computing devices continue to grow, especially with far more higher density content and need to be able to “compute anywhere.”
Is 5G more hype than reality? After all this time, I sure hope not. There are pockets where 5G is actually in use, but a real full-scale rollout is still quite a ways away, particularly in the embedded and industrial sectors.
When I first heard about this, it sounded like a little smoke and mirrors, to be able to work the latest buzzwords into the product’s announcement. But a deeper dive reveals that ML implementation is really taking place here.
The Eclipse Foundation recently conducted a survey that focuses on IoT and Edge solutions.
Firmware testing is often performed in a vacuum, aka a perfect environment in a lab. When taken out to the real world, the product may or may not perform as expected due to a variety of factors.
Embedded Executive: Patrick Carrier, Regional Manager for IoT and Cloud Security, Infineon Technologies - PodcastJuly 14, 2021
Security is one of the foremost topics in the embedded space today. In a recent conversation with Patrick Carrier, the Regional Manager for IoT and Cloud Security at Infineon Technologies, he had a different spin on security.
Develop an ASIC for less than $10,000? I didn’t believe it either. But according to Jeff DiCorpo, a Senior VP at efabless, not only is it possible, but people are doing it with his company’s tools. Learn how to generate your own design on this week’s Embedded Executives podcast.
COM-HPC was officially ratified about six months ago. Embedded Computing Design has done a nice job covering the spec and many of the products that have come out of the spec (some before ratification and many after). We also posted a series of videos (called COM-HPC Academy) with some of the influential members of PICMG, the standards body behind the spec.
LoRaWAN wants to invade your home. Its backers think that it’s perfect for many smart home applications. However, don’t we already have one — or two or three —wireless networks that are “perfect” for the home, namely Bluetooth and WiFi?
Power Integrations has upped the game in the switching power-supply space with the release of its LinkSwitch-TNZ ICs. The devices combine offline power conversion, lossless zero-cross detection and, optionally, X-capacitor discharge functions, all in a compact SO-8C package. The parts can be used for non-isolated buck and buck-boost power supplies with an output current of up to 575 mA and can provide up to 12 W output for universal-input isolated flyback designs. These are specs that are suited for smart home and appliance applications.
New Lattice CertusPro-NX FPGAs Offer the Size, Power, and Speed Needed for Edge Applications - StoryJune 28, 2021
Lower power and higher bandwidth are the key characteristics needed for Edge-based processing. And those are the principles that Lattice’s CertusPro-NX general-purpose FPGA family are built upon. These devices increase the logic density over what was previously offered to up to 100k logic cells.
When I started the research for this article, I was looking for how OEMs could keep their systems safe from hackers. By the time I finished the research, it became clear to me that my vision was not accurate. You can not design a system that can’t breached, unless it’s one that does not connect to the outside world.
Two applications we discuss often at Embedded Computing Design are automotive and medical. More and more, these applications are making use of the Linux operating system. Why is that the case, and is it the same flavor for each?