Monstrous Memory

Altera SiP Brings the Bandwidth

by Kevin Morris

Altera quietly announced their new “Stratix 10 DRAM SiP” recently, and the headline almost slipped in below our radar. After all, we’ve been hearing about “Stratix 10” for a while now. We have written about the impressive capabilities it will bring to the table, thanks to substantial architectural advances by Altera and the promise of Intel’s 14nm Tri-Gate (Intel’s term for FinFET) technology. And, “DRAM” is about as exciting as reruns of old Super Bowls.

So, the only thing to catch much attention was the little “SiP” part tacked onto the end of the title, and even that is a concept we’ve covered in quite a bit of detail.  Read More

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The Industrial Internet Reference Architecture

Posted on 11/30/15 at 9:53 AM by bmoyer

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

FDA names salmon the first genetically modified animal safe to eat

Posted on 11/29/15 at 9:47 PM by SteveNordquis4

Exactly one growth hormone, and you get unvetted salmon in 18mos. instead of a year. The huge win is, to get them some current to swim in in so they don't taste like garfish, you're doing water-moving cross-fit and are guaranteed the salmon are the uglies…

Researchers teaching robots how to best reject orders from humans

Posted on 11/29/15 at 9:25 PM by SteveNordquis4

Case 5 is going to fail in all cases, so that's nice. "I am standing on the table, stylish_dismounts.lib failed to load, it can't get much worse...what is the tipping use-case in this room?"

Yeah, I can see they drilled on the bar crane safety drills, …

German robot practices hitting humans to ensure future safety

Posted on 11/27/15 at 8:18 PM by SteveNordquis4

Sounds legit. Wholly owned by the My Watch Already Mansplained It To Your Healthcare Provider Group PLC, MENA.

Late enough in the episode to say "Those aren't galvanic response and Burr Discomfort Index curves!"

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