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There’s Something About Many

Adapteva and Tilera illustrate how to go beyond multi-

by Bryon Moyer

It doesn’t take an old-timer to notice that traffic in Santa Cruz sucks. The number of people has grown, and it’s still relying on the same old road network. While once it might have taken a half hour to get from Westside to Aptos, it can now take at least that long just to get to the freeway at the wrong time of day. For the most part, it’s faster to use a bicycle.

Clearly, scaling has failed. Well, during rush hour anyway. Adapting to more users of the traffic resources can mean doing things very differently, a difficult thing in towns with a historical legacy and emotional appeal. You can’t just bulldoze the town and start over.  Read More

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Untangling Wireless Charging

Posted on 12/08/16 at 12:14 PM by bmoyer

What do you think about the state of the wireless power industry with respect to standards and such?

Layer by Atomic Layer

Posted on 12/05/16 at 12:18 PM by bmoyer

What do you think of these atomic-layer processes?

Watching the Side Channel

Posted on 12/03/16 at 7:58 AM by NicholasLee

Glad they avoided obvious flaw of using a PRNG.

I am reminded of the quote by John von Neumann:
"Any one who considers arithmetical methods of producing random digits is, of course, in a state of sin."

[Of course, if executing a NOP op-code consume…

Audio and Sensor Integration

Posted on 11/28/16 at 12:02 PM by bmoyer

What do you think about the audio and sensor integration themes at this year's MEMS Exec Congress?

Watching the Side Channel

Posted on 11/28/16 at 11:44 AM by RyanKenny

"The reason the American Army does so well in wartime, is that war is chaos, and the American Army practices it on a daily basis." -- German Tactician, WWII

Achronix Goes Chipless

Posted on 11/27/16 at 2:16 PM by gobeavs

Make America Great Again Kevin!

Siemens Buys Mentor Graphics

Posted on 11/27/16 at 1:58 PM by gobeavs

Finally, Mentor is done. RIP Mentor Graphics.

There is no need for 3 big EDA companies. Nobody with half a clue uses Mentor Graphics for high end chip design. Their tools are unusable and complete broken garbage because literally nobody uses them. (Exc…

Can You Get Sued for Bad Code?

Posted on 11/25/16 at 4:32 PM by TotallyLost

@Kevin -- I still believe you personally owe the software engineers in this readership an apology for the false claims in the three articles I've objected to clearly slighting software engineering error free contributions that you, the other authors, and …

Watching the Side Channel

Posted on 11/21/16 at 11:26 AM by bmoyer

What do you think about Synopsys's approach to randomizing power?

Can You Get Sued for Bad Code?

Posted on 11/19/16 at 12:06 AM by TotallyLost

@Kevin - let's put this witch hunt against software engineering to a close.

First, nothing is defect free. Every work product of an engineer (of every "real" engineer of yours) will have a long list of conditions where it will fail, or can be made to f…

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