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Controlling the Spectrum and the Future of Battlefield Tech

Embedded computing is the name of the game in this week’s episode of Amelia’s Weekly Fish Fry. First up, Roy Keeler (ADLINK) and I chat about how we can overcome processor speed bumps, the general rule of thumb when it comes to spectrum dominance, and the evolution (and future trajectory) of GPPs. In our second interview this week, Mike Slonosky (Curtiss-Wright) and I talk about the increased … Read More → "Controlling the Spectrum and the Future of Battlefield Tech"

More AI at the Edge

AI in edge devices is expected to experience mind-blowing growth over the next half decade, with predictions exceeding 100% CAGR. That means our IoT devices are going to be getting smart, and doing it quickly. Most of the applications of AI in edge or endpoint devices centers on sensors. Our devices are equipped with increasing numbers of increasingly complicated sensors, drowning our devices in data. In most applications, however, it … Read More → "More AI at the Edge"

MIPS I7200 Breaks the Chain

“It is surely harmful to souls to make it a heresy to believe what is proved.” — Galileo Galilei

Heresy! Sacrilege! Apostasy! The RISC orthodoxy has been profaned! Get the pitchforks and assemble the townspeople while I look for my wooden stake.

The High Sparrow and Lord Protector of RISC canon, MIPS Technologies, has decided that the RISC code is more what you’d … Read More → "MIPS I7200 Breaks the Chain"

App Store for Acceleration

Cloud-based acceleration as a service is officially a thing, for real. You can go online right now, sign up for an AccelStore account, and within minutes (four of them, according to Accelize) you can hop on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and OVH platforms and be happily gZIpping at 25x the speed of a CPU, find/replacing 6,000x the speed of sed, real-time transcoding HD BMP video to JPG, and … Read More → "App Store for Acceleration"

Accelerating Mainstream Servers with FPGAs

For a number of years, the world’s largest semiconductor company’s primary marketing slogan was designed simply to remind us they existed. The “Intel Inside” slogan and sticker told us, “Hey, by the way, that snazzy new Dell, HP, Toshiba, or even (ulp) Apple device you just bought gets its oomph from our chips. We just thought you’d like to know.” Read More → "Accelerating Mainstream Servers with FPGAs"

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May 25, 2018
You are probably subscribed to a number of email newsletters. No doubt you have been receiving emails saying that the system is changing the way that they are handling their mailing lists and that if you want to continue to receive the emails, then you need to re-subscribe. I...
May 24, 2018
Amazon has apparently had an Echo hiccup of the sort that would give customers bad dreams. It sent a random conversation to a random contact. A couple had installed numerous Alexa-enabled devices in the home. At some point, they had a conversation '€“ as couples are wont to...
May 23, 2018
It’s been over a year since we last updated the Samtec homepage. As you may have already noticed, we recently took some time to refresh it. You can see a comparison below of the old homepage (top), vs the new homepage (bottom). The new update puts more attention on our ...
chalk talks
Mid-Board Optics: An Alternative to Pluggable MSA Solutions How would you like to upgrade from copper to optical flyover – all with the same connector system? In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Matthew Burns from Samtec about Firefly – a future-proof high-density flyover system. Click here to download the Firefly Application Design Guide