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Embedded systems are in a profound transition: from physically isolated, autonomous devices to Internet-connected, accessible devices. Designers are learning—often to their dismay—that the mutation requires far more than just gluing a network interface onto the bus and adding an Internet ...
Embedded computing has passed—more or less unscathed—through many technology shifts and marketing fashions. But the most recent—the rise of edge computing—could mean important new possibilities and challenges. So what is edge computing (Figure 1)? The cynic might say it ...
The phrase neuromorphic computing has a long history, dating back at least to the 1980s, when legendary Caltech researcher Carver Mead proposed designing ICs to mimic the organization of living neuron cells. But recently the term has taken on a much more ...
There is a long tradition in system design for embedding special hardware to observe and manipulate the state of the system. From the beginning of digital computing, central processors have had hardware to support single-step, loading and examination of registers and memory, ...
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Intel FPGA Chalk Talks
Altera 2.5Gb Ethernet IP
Even though the newest, fastest standards get all the press, most of the work in the world is being done by standards like 2.5Gb Ethernet. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Juwayriyah Hussain of Altera about Altera’s IP for 2.5Gb Ethernet. It’ll have you up and running with Ethernet on your next design in no time.
Click Here to learn what’s new, and to find out how to get access to the IP core in Quartus Prime 15.1.