OK, in two consecutive weeks I've been said to have sided with first Altera and then Xilinx marketing. I must have the thermostat set about right. (Just kidding - If I'm agreeing with either of them, maybe I should re-calibrate)
This is not OS specific issue. Any OS can be signed and booted to in a secure environment, but may not be convenient.
My concern is in the future will it be required to boot to a secure OS? Will it become onerous to meet the requirements to be able to …
I didn't object to what you wrote about the technical subject matter, what I objected to was a less than precise statement about may or may not be protected by copyrights, as you rewrite, condense, summarize, or extract from a copyrighted work. You spent …
You get your BS in engineering, and with that your formal training does in a lot of ways define what you might be competent at.
Many then choose to get their MBA to extend the engineering formal training into a management track as well.
Some even ch…
What do you think of Lava's solution to getting data onto an Internet of Things connection?
Thanks Bruce ... I was just taking Kevin at his word when he said "While most of us are used to FPGAs being announced months (and sometimes years) before they are actually available, ECP5 is available now."
Available for small shops like …
which is really funny since the tech empires are in MA, CA, TX, and CO -- and to some degree MN
When it comes to SEU type errors we have done some work but quite frankly TMR is the only way to be sure. Banks currently have three or four processors work on the same problem and vote. In a normal processor they have ECC ram but no one has an ECC multip…