At the beginning of this year, we looked at a new company that was attacking the whole issue of creating efficient multicore code that works identically to a single-core version. If you haven’t involved yourself in that, it might seem simple – but it’s anything but. … Read More → "Software Parallelization Evolves"
Warning: This week’s Fish Fry may keep you up at night. We survey some of the scary security challenges facing us in the coming age of quantum computing. SecureRF CEO and President Louis Parks joins us to discuss a wide range of IoT security-related issues including endpoint authentication and identification, quantum resistance, and data accumulation. Also this week, we take a … Read More → "Quantum’s Leap"
“I’ll go through life either first class or third, but never in second.” – Noel Coward
Goat yoga is a real thing. Parking meters are becoming “urban street kiosks.” CompuServe is still alive, although it’s down to its last dozen employees. And Wind River Systems would like to sell you a bridge.
Right this way, ladies and gentlemen, right this way! We’ve got a big top filled with delights from this year’s Maker Faire in New York City. In our first interview, Fish Fry special correspondent Larra Morris chats with high school student Sam Zeloof about the semiconductor fab that he built in his own home. Next, Larra investigates how Wi-Fi enabled sandals could … Read More → "The Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth"
For the past few years, we at EE Journal have watched with excitement as the maker movement has continued to grow and assert itself in the engineering world and beyond. Making is establishing itself as a new educational paradigm for tomorrow’s engineers and as a new approach for entrepreneurs. We see makers driven by a relentless … Read More → "Missing the Mark on Makers"
“I was a peripheral visionary. I could see the future, but only way off to the side.” – Steven Wright
Persistent processor appraisers promulgate propitious program promoting peripheral parsimony.
Translation: EEMBC has a new benchmark that measures MCU power efficiency.
Once upon a time, estimating an MCU’s power consumption was … Read More → "Measuring PPs for Science"