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Blog Review – Monday, June 27, 2016

To paraphrase Jane Austen, “Who could ever tire of digital?” Larry Hardesty, MIT, reports on how Martin Rinard was and turned to analog, creating an analog compiler could help enable simulation of whole organs and even organisms.

An interesting interview with Ray Alderman, Chairman of the Board of VITA by Chris A. Ciufo, Embedded Systems Engineering, probes about thriving companies, explores what is in the ascendency and how kitty litter can be a commercial lesson to us all.

The next phase for Bluetooth has been announced. Prithi Ramakrishnan, ARM looks at what the Bluetooth 5G standard will bring, and includes a link to a video demo.

Looking out for open source libraries, Robert Vamosi, Synopsys, looks at the battle for protection and what needs to be in an engineer’s arsenal.

Revealing the industry’s worst kept secret, Paul McLellan, Cadence, reports on imec and the thoughts of An Steegen, who is in charge of process technology at imec and thoughts of what is next for shrinking nodes.

Caroline Hayes, Senior Editor

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