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How Advanced FerriSSDs Eliminate Bit Errors Over a Long Operating Lifetime
October 04, 2021
SSDs are one of the mainstays of modern embedded computing.
Ensuring the success of your RISC-V product with a commercial-grade software development ecosystem
September 15, 2021
The headlines continue to grow as more companies move their embedded projects to the RISC-V platform.
Protecting the IoT with Invisible Keys
September 09, 2021
With more than 10 billion devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT), the need for strong security solutions cannot be understated. Security in IoT, or in any given situation, starts with trust.
SRAM PUF: The Secure Silicon Fingerprint
September 09, 2021
Enable Affordable and Effective Security Systems with Secret Key-Storage Technology.
AI & Machine Learning
How Embedded Vision is Optimizing Retail Store Management and Enhancing Customer Experience
August 19, 2021
The use of embedded vision cameras has enabled smart retail to eliminate huge amount of manual labor and obtain useful customer insights. In a retail environment, cameras form the ‘eye’ of smart checkout systems, smart trolleys, shelf monitoring systems, store surveillance systems, digital signages and kiosks, Teleexistence robots etc.
Premio's Rugged Edge Survival Guide eBook
June 30, 2021
Achieving real-time decision making and predictive analytics is an increasingly strategic goal among industrial operations – an imperative fueled by rapid digital transformation and a growing appetite for automation upgrades across the broad spectrum of commercial and manufacturing applications. Rugged edge computing plays a critical role in this landscape, accelerating data processing based on a variety of sensor input data and enabling access and analytics close to the data source.
Power Management and Power Efficiency Can Differentiate Your Product
June 18, 2021
Power efficiency and power management are both key specs when it comes to embedded systems, particularly for industrial applications. However, they are quite different from each other and must be handled differently. Managing your power comes through fine tuning all your components, both hardware and software, and operating all devices only when required and at the intensity levels required. By contrast, power efficiency is the art of being able to maximum your processes with less power.