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The Secret Secret to Secrets

Dear friends,

Generating Random Numbers has been my Diploma Thesis, published in 1961. See
http://www.fpl.uni-kl.de/staff/hartenstein/lot/ER-1961.pdf
(sorry, in German language)

A sensor (scintillation counter) received input from radioative radi…

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Chaos in the Cloud

I truly enjoyed reading and feeling the article.

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High-Level Design for Everyone

"c-to-vhld" or "HLx" won't produce as hardware-efficient an implementation as hand-coded VHDL but nobody will care if the time-to market is 10x quicker.
Also, managers will hire 'c' coders who are 2-a-penny and know nothing about hardware, to do the codi…

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Is Your Design Process Secure?

That's good to hear. Most of my exposure has been via safety-critical, which, by definition, is less fluid.

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A Step Towards Liquid Cooling

Do you see this fluidics work leading to commercial liquid cooling of 3D chips? Or are there other big barriers?

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The Back Side of Moore’s Law

Good stuff, Kevin. Looking forward to *hardware* (see: FPGAs) eating the world! smiling

-Ryan
http://snickerdoodle.io

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Marketing Math 201

@tentner, If I were in FPGA marketing, I'd probably point out that one 6-input LUT requires 64 bits while a 4-input LUT requires only 16 bits.

That should justify using a factor of 4 when converting from LUT6 to LUT4, correct? smiling

Therefore, by tha…

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The Industrial Internet Reference Architecture

Do you see industrial IoT designs converging on the ideas in the IIC's reference architecture? Or do you still see architectures proliferating?

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