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“The Wave” Goes Micro

Do you see spin wave circuits in your future?

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Trippin' The Odyssey Fantastic

Hi Amelia smiling,

I want to enter the super cool contest smiling

- Bharath.

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Engineering Agility

Dear Kevin, your great article reminds me of a funny experience that I had:

In 2010, I had to develop an FPGA-based solution for an industrial application for my employer.
Prototypes in another part of the building.
Other test machines at other compa…

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Eschew the Real World

Nearly all your gripes are strictly about the exceptionally poor management problems that few software shops actually have if properly managed, not a problem with rank and file programmers as a class, and profession as you state. So to call out ALL progra…

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Bringing Light to Dark Silicon

Is Achronix closed yet? Back in February they made a bunch of noise about being production ready. I haven't seen one new press release in 6 months since then.

They have to be finished. My guess is they have been trying to get more VC funding with no lu…

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Interop Gets Complicated

So...two things that i think are key to comment on.
1. Your article keeps falling back to someONE successfully interpreting the semantics of the communication. The key for the IoT is that it has to be some THING. Unlike people, things have to resolve a…

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PUF, the Magic’s Draggin’

In reply to Paul, you can find a paper from HOST 2014 on anti-ageing for SRAM PUFs on our (Intrinsic-ID) website at http://bit.ly/1DbSmnr . Certainly, a lot of research, testing and fine-tuning over several years has gone into ensuring reliable performanc…

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IoT Security

@ValdDaGreat LOL ... sorry, you can not waive your magic wand and claim all the trojan security problems are gone because you proclaim yourself to be Great.

you are going to have to work a bit to demonstrate that an IoT device sitting on your wireless…

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