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Is Hardware Really That Much Different From Software?

When can hardware be considered as software? Are software flows less complex? Why are hardware tools less up-to-date? Experts from ARM, Jama Software and Imec propose the answers.

By John Blyler, Editorial Director

HiResThe Internet-of-Things will bring hardware and software designers into closer collaboration than every before. Understanding the working differences between both technical domains in terms of design approaches and terminology will be the first step in harmonizing the relationships between these occasionally contentious camps. What are the these differences in hardware and software design approaches? To answer that question, I talked with the technical experts including Harmke De Groot, Program Director Ultra-Low Power Technologies at Imec; Jonathan Austin, Senior Software Engineer at ARM; and Eric Nguyen, Director of Business Intelligence at Jama Software; . What follows is a portion of their responses. — JB

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