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A New Round of Multicore Tools

I think the most offensive part of the product, is the lack of truth selling it on their website, starting with the front page.

Parallel programming is SEVERAL strict disciplines for different architectures, as are the disciplines for performance optim…

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Every PMIC You Ever Wanted

Access to LUTs is not available at this time, as AnDAPT is focused on providing fully tested standard Power Components such as Buck Regulators, LDOs, Switches and Sequencers. We will soon have logic based components related to power management such as RTC…

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Solid-State Lithium Battery Renaissance?

What do you think of Ilika's approach to solid-state battery technology?

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Lidar Goes Aesthetic

Serial beam scanning for a 2-1/2 D image with these works pretty good for large objects that can even be pretty distant ... like mapping the spaces with buildings, bridges, trees, walls, fences, cars, curbs, etc. Especially when the vehicle isn't moving.…

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Open Hardware, Open Process

As a hacker I've always sided with Tanya Snook's view's ... the Challenge, and "Blow away the box. Look for unexpected ways to make something better." The MacSCSI and FpgaC projects did that in some incredibly significant ways. The more significant aspect…

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Best of 2016

The best event of all in 2016 is Donald J. Trump, our new President. Can't wait for Jan. 20th 2017!

Make America Great Again Kevin!

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Calling All Universal Translators

@Kevin -- "But back here in the early 21st Century, we’re still writing and compiling code for specific CPU instruction sets. Our programs are tied to specific hardware architectures the way that VHS and Beta cassette tapes operated only with their respec…

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HBM vs. HMC

Which of the 3D memory stacks applies or appeals more to you?

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A 1T (or 2T) SRAM Bit Cell

You are depending on the floating pwell to store the charges. Depending on the amount of charge is stored, it still could leak out through the gate as well as the SD and buried layer junctions. If the buried layer is powered up to VDD it could leak char…

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