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Wallflower No More: The Data Center Steps Forward to Dance Closer to Consumers High-performance storage, machine learning, and AR/VR are stepping up their demands, and Intel Xeon based processing platforms are r... read more

Plugging Security Vulnerabilities in Servers and Data Center Architectures Adding secure boot to virtually any system offers designers a new tool for thwarting would-be hackers. Security has been a buzz word for... read more

Taking the Fast Bridge between Neural Networks How do neural networks scale up to 20,000 processors and beyond? How does machine learning scale massively if connections are a potential weak link in the race for ... read more

Embedded World 2018' Embedded World broke its own records ”again ”this year, with over 1,000 exhibitor companies and more than 32,000 international visitors from the embedded community.Nuremberg, Germany was a ... read more



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  • Wallflower No More: The Data Center Steps Forward to Dance Closer to Consumers

    05/10/18  High-performance storage, machine learning, and AR/VR are stepping up their demands, and Intel Xeon based processing platforms are responding. As mobile, cable, and telecom operators begin to virtualize their networks, they are also building...

  • Self-Ordering Kiosks Display the Future

    04/16/18  Emerging display technology kiosk solutions provide an end-to-end platforms to add management, control, and data analytics capabilities for retailers....

  • Plugging Security Vulnerabilities in Servers and Data Center Architectures

    03/26/18  Adding secure boot to virtually any system offers designers a new tool for thwarting would-be hackers. Security has been a buzz word for several years across numerous applications. Not surprisingly, defense, military, and government systems...

  • Taking the Fast Bridge between Neural Networks

    03/09/18  How do neural networks scale up to 20,000 processors and beyond? How does machine learning scale massively if connections are a potential weak link in the race for acceleration? Editor’s Note: Neural networks have been around since the 1950s....

  • Embedded World 2018

    03/08/18  Embedded World broke its own records—again—this year, with over 1,000 exhibitor companies and more than 32,000 international visitors from the embedded community. Nuremberg, Germany was a winter wonderland for this year’s Embedded World,...

  • Advances Mean New Areas for ATCA

    03/05/18  While ‘newer’ form factors, like COM Express and CompactPCI Serial, are hogging the limelight, there are still innovations to be found in AdvancedTCA, writes Caroline Hayes. At Embedded World 2018, there were 24 members of the PCI Industrial...

  • How Intel PSG Takes the High Performance Road

    02/14/18  High-level tools to dial FPGA power and efficiency up while cutting through complexity help FPGA technology has origins in the early eighties with the advent of PROM, EPROM, and EEPROM solid-state memory devices. Although seemingly mature,...

  • The Road Less Traveled: How Mesh Networks Might Enable Autonomous Driving Beyond Cities

    02/05/18  The paucity of antennas in rural—as opposed to urban—locales poses a challenge for autonomous vehicles, but this challenge is already being tackled So far, connected autonomous vehicles have been tested in urban settings. That may be part...

  • A Personal Assistant At Your Side

    12/08/17  Imec proximity technology can open doors for you, take you to the right floor, configure your room with preferred lighting and temperature, remember your fitness scheme and more....

  • Web Aims to Reach All Corners of the Earth

    11/30/17  A truly worldwide web is in sight, with a project to produce lower cost satellites for global Internet access and a bus technology standard that is ready for space. It is infuriating enough to be without Internet access while travelling—even...

  • Semiconductor IP Survey 2017 Holds Surprises

    11/26/17  CDT intellectual property (IP) survey highlights mixed signal, interface, fab, and third-party reuse trends....

  • Semiconductor IP Survey 2017 Holds Surprises

    11/26/17  CDT intellectual property (IP) survey highlights mixed signal, interface, fab, and third-party reuse trends....


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