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The Match Game

Netlogic Speeds DPI by Accelerating Text Pattern Matching

by Bryon Moyer

Chester was a real stickler for grammar. It started innocently enough: he would review his own memos a couple of extra times to make sure they were right. Then he started cracking down on his staff: he wanted them all to be as careful about their prose as he was about his. And he was reviewing their stuff. And that worked, more or less.

But the problem was, he was kind of OCD about everything he read. A memo might come in describing an incredible new bonus program that was going to net him thousands of dollars, but misplaced commas would distract him, and he would completely miss the main message. He seemed to be able to comprehend only grammatically pure materials. He just couldn’t let it go.  Read More

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A New Round of Multicore Tools

Posted on 01/19/17 at 1:00 PM by TotallyLost

I think the most offensive part of the product, is the lack of truth selling it on their website, starting with the front page.

Parallel programming is SEVERAL strict disciplines for different architectures, as are the disciplines for performance optim…

A New Round of Multicore Tools

Posted on 01/16/17 at 6:29 PM by TotallyLost

Not particularly impressed with Silexica's approach, and I have a long history in parallel programming, and both instruction/data level hardware/software/algorithm architecture issues driving it. Knowing what the bottlenecks in parallelism are, is critica…

Every PMIC You Ever Wanted

Posted on 01/16/17 at 12:58 PM by JohnBirkner

Access to LUTs is not available at this time, as AnDAPT is focused on providing fully tested standard Power Components such as Buck Regulators, LDOs, Switches and Sequencers. We will soon have logic based components related to power management such as RTC…

A New Round of Multicore Tools

Posted on 01/16/17 at 12:42 PM by bmoyer

Do you need to parallelize sequential code for multicore? What do you think of Silexica's approach?

Solid-State Lithium Battery Renaissance?

Posted on 01/12/17 at 11:27 AM by bmoyer

What do you think of Ilika's approach to solid-state battery technology?

Lidar Goes Aesthetic

Posted on 01/09/17 at 4:19 PM by TotallyLost

Serial beam scanning for a 2-1/2 D image with these works pretty good for large objects that can even be pretty distant ... like mapping the spaces with buildings, bridges, trees, walls, fences, cars, curbs, etc. Especially when the vehicle isn't moving.…

Lidar Goes Aesthetic

Posted on 01/09/17 at 11:54 AM by bmoyer

What do you think of MicroVision's and Velodyne's smaller lidar?

Open Hardware, Open Process

Posted on 01/07/17 at 2:09 AM by TotallyLost

As a hacker I've always sided with Tanya Snook's view's ... the Challenge, and "Blow away the box. Look for unexpected ways to make something better." The MacSCSI and FpgaC projects did that in some incredibly significant ways. The more significant aspect…

Open Hardware, Open Process

Posted on 01/07/17 at 12:22 AM by TotallyLost

LOL ... googled MacSCSI for the fun of it, and discovered I left an interesting legacy behind. Really didn't think much about this project after handing everything over to Joel after Mac World.…

Open Hardware, Open Process

Posted on 01/05/17 at 3:11 PM by TotallyLost

Two notes about open hardware, from my own past experiences.

The first was a public domain contribution (truely free of ALL license/copyright restrictions), MacSCSI

Shortly after the Mac 256K Byte machines were released, several of my software devel…

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