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The company claims that its 2 nm research chip’s “tiniest components are smaller than a strand of DNA.”
Spirent's 800G Ethernet Ecosystem Completes Interoperability Validation with Intel Silicon Photonics Project - NewsJune 17, 2021
Spirent Communications plc announced that Intel Silicon Photonics has completed the successful interoperability validation of its 800G Ethernet optical transceiver using the Spirent 800G Solution.
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?
Semtech Corporation announced a collaboration with Intel to develop optical semiconductor platforms for Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR).
You now have an application to handle edge/IoT sensor data, make decisions locally, and actuate at the edge. You can even get the data back to your enterprise or cloud safely and affordably with that edge application.
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.
Part 1: Basics of Embedded Linux