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PRBX Releases ENR500D Power Solution - Press Release

November 20, 2020

PRBX announced the release of the ENR500D, a 500W platform designed to comply with the EN 50124-1 standard and for the Pollution Degree 2 (PD2).


Xilinx Announces Collaboration with Texas Instruments to Develop DFE Solutions - Press Release

November 19, 2020

Xilinx announced a collaboration with Texas Instruments (TI) to develop digital front-end (DFE) solutions in an effort to increase energy efficiency of lower antenna count radios.


Western Digital Expands Flash Portfolio for Scaling Data-Centric Architectures in the Zettabyte Era - Press Release

November 19, 2020

Western Digital (NASDAQ: WDC) today announced a suite of new NVMe SSDs for enabling next-generation, data-centric architectures for data centers, industrial IoT, automotive and client applications.


Heterogeneous LEGaTO Hardware - Story

November 18, 2020

If today’s most efficient supercomputer, the NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD, would be scaled in size to deliver 1 exaflop of performance, it would consume 38 megawatts of power.


Embedded Executive: Marcin Nagy, Product Director for IoT, AVSystem - Podcast

November 18, 2020

Standards abound in the world of the IoT. There are standards organizations, some ad-hoc, some with some real muscle behind them. That is certainly the case when it comes to security for the IoT.


OmniVision, Ambarella, and Smart Eye Partner on Automotive Industry?s First Combined Driver Monitoring and Videoconferencing Camera Solution - Press Release

November 17, 2020

Reference Design Combines OmniVision’s Dual-Mode Global Shutter Image Sensor for Both RGB and IR Imaging With Ambarella’s AI Vision Processor and Smart Eye’s AI DMS Software Algorithm


3 Next-Gen SiC Semiconductor Applications in Automotive - Story

November 17, 2020

Silicon carbide semiconductors have risen in popularity as a growing number of engineers choose them over previous semiconductors made from silicon.