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The growth of electronics in cars is exposing a new vector for cyberattacks on owners and automotive companies’ reputations.
Compliance with the ISO 26262 standard is essential for ensuring the safety and reliability of safety-critical automotive systems.
BOSTON, MA. The Consortium for Information & Software Quality (CISQ) issued the Cost of Poor Software Quality in the US: A 2022 Report. In its report, CISQ discovered weak software performance in the US is now costing companies $2.41 trillion, while the technical debt (the cost of reworking suboptimal software) of the accumulated software has risen around $1.52 trillion.
Analog & Power
Demand for SoCs with extremely low power consumption remains high, be it for IoT, mobile, HPC, automotive, cryptocurrency, or AI. As the technology scales down further and system complexity increases, SoC designers rely on memories and logic libraries that consume very low power.
We’re more connected than ever. Whether you are accessing your thermostat from across the globe or watching furry friends over the pet cam, all that connection—the data transmitting from cloud to car, from phone to bank, from data center to TV—is susceptible to physical attacks and tampering.
As multi-die systems grow more prevalent in the semiconductor space, the Universal Chiplet Interconnect Express (UCIe) specification is taking center stage.
BEAVERTON, OREGON. Tektronix, Inc., in collaboration with Anritsu Corporation, announced a solution that enables testing of PCIe® 6.0 (Base) receivers and transmitters and addresses the demands of next-generation high performance systems. With this release, Tektronix provides a cohesive PCIe 6.0 transmitter and receiver test solution that delivers faster test times, higher-quality measurements, and an intuitive user interface.