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Cooling Off Accelerated Computing

This statement is key "One of the key areas to attack is memory. If you look at a typical computing machine, a giant chunk of the energy budget is spent shuffling data back and forth, to and from DRAM."

This is a characteristic of RISC CPUs and RISC wa…

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Code, Copyright, and Craziness

The court just decided in Google's favor. Copyright "fair use" applies in this case.

http://www.recode.net/2016/5/26/11790914/google-defeats-oracle-copyright-java-android

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Challenging Challenge Questions

Do you have any good challenge-question stories?

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Rock, Paper, Firmware

Resolved - a final state of a customer service event where the "customer stops complaining at us" goal has been achieved.

Apparently has nothing to do with customer satisfaction. I'll bet someone got a bonus for closing tickets at no cost to DJI. Th…

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Nanoparticle Resists

2 nm nanoparticles in resists are considered defects not just roughness. Inpria looks closest.

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Collaboration Between OPC UA and DDS

How do you view the distinction between the OPC UA and DDS IoT protocols?

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FPGAs for the Masses?

"The promise of creating hardware without hardware engineers has been a holy grail for some for many years."

This is similar to the current holy grail of creating software without software engineers. The quality lowered, the software deployment size in…

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TI’s 65-V micro-power buck converters feature industry’s lowest quiescent current

I don’t believe that we currently actually even understand the full potential of the smart home because we haven’t given developers a means to build apps atop all of the hardware in a home. And the sooner we settle on a robust protocol, the quicker we’ll …

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Analog Spring

What do you think of Cadence's and Synopsys's analog announcements?

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Is the Consumer IoT Happening?

What are you seeing with respect to consumer IoT adoption?

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Designing for Directed Self-Assembly

What do you think about how DSA fits into the design flow?

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NASA puts nationwide traffic control system for drones to the test

A source for Gizmag was http://www.nasa.gov/release/ames/nasa-invites-media-to-watch-faa-test-sites-fly-24-drones-testing-air-traffic-management which is a same-day invite for media to watch one of the 7 test sites at 5pm on the 18th?...nope, 19th-21st we…

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