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Intel and Altera – Eleven-Figure Chicken

I think Intel should stop calling fpga that. Instead put that coherent processor near the traditional cpu and demonstrate performance and low power.

No point in bringing in the baggage of fpga (hard to program) when it seems they are trying to create…

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Intel Plus Altera

New news broke on April 30, 2015 and we wrote a new article on the topic. The new article is here:
http://www.eejournal.com/archives/articles/20150501-intl-altr

Kevin

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3D Silicon Measurements

Will these advances for measuring 3D structures on wafers solve your aggressive-node metrology challenges?

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A Circuit Board for the Bees

Do you see compostable boards in your future?

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Cramming Moore Components

I agree with the statement, that Moore’s Law is slowing to a long and expensive end. However, Moore’s Law has also a long and expensive history.

The amount of intelligence we’ve been able to pack into inanimate objects has not always paralleled Moore’s…

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Photographer catches his camera drone moments before it crash-lands in the ocean

I'm unsure. Some things make me suspect it could be staged:

- The camera is conveniently pointed at the guy the whole time. That would make it much easier if someone else were flying it to have it arrive at exactly the right time for him to catch it.

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XMOS xCore-200 Wants to Replace Peripherals

The XMOS approach is MORE hardware, amounting to one CPU per driver, but it still requires software.

There is an alternative for simple systems. NL is an ALL HARDWARE method (for time- or safety-critical functions) that has NO run-time code.

You…

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All About Messaging Protocols

We covered a lot of messaging protocols (and associated concepts here). Would these cover your needs, or are there still unmet needs?

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Instruments for the Black-Turtleneck Crowd

Somewhat blinkered view of how great the software is though sad Sadly the releases are generally only ever BETA releases with minor cosmetic changes and bug fixes, never any major feature implementations. The software is useless for reverse engineering un…

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At Least This Time It Was OUR OWN Barbarians

The "Holy Shit" is every flaw/backdoor they use, will be reverse engineered and directed against us. And our home team isn't helping close those newly discovered back doors (attack vectors) to protect us.

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4-Channel Analog Front End Solution

Where is the white paper on the 4-Channel Analog Front End Solution ?

Randy

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Intel Altera Deal Off?

For the reason's posted under "Intel Plus Altera
What Would it Mean?" ... Intel simply doesn't need Altera, or Xilinx IP.

Everything that is important they will need to engineer themselves anyway, and that isn't very much. A co-processor FPGA fabric i…

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