In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, Nam Sung Kim (Senior Vice President of Samsung’s Memory Business Unit) joins me to discuss why he believes our computing architectures must evolve to meet the needs of artificial intelligence and machine learning applications and how breaking the traditional Von Neumann processor-memory boundary could be disruptive to both the hardware and software sides of our industry, and the details of Samsung’ … Read More → "Adventures in Memory – Samsung’s HBM-PIM and A New Brain-Inspired Memory Device"
I cannot believe how fast things are moving when it comes to things like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), especially in the context of machine vision, which refers to the ability of a computer to use sight to perceive what’s going on in the world around it (see also Read More → "Watch Out! It’s the Smallest Stereo Camera in the World!"
Microchip’s FPGA offering has a heritage of low power and high reliability. Beginning with Actel’s antifuse- and flash-based devices that were picked up and advanced by Microsemi and then later joined Microchip’s formidable stable in a subsequent acquisition, the fundamental approach hasn’t changed – building the lowest-power mid-range FPGAs on the market.
Now, that agenda has advanced … Read More → "Microchip Powers Down the Edge"
And I think it’s gonna be a long, long time
‘Til touchdown brings me ’round again to find
I’m not the man they think I am at home
Oh, no, no, no, I’m a rocket … Read More → "Losing Hubble – Saving Hubble"
FloatingPoint DSP for You and Me: Why Today’s Real World Designs Need Floating Point Digital Signal Processing
What do sweat-powered batteries and floating point digital signal processing have in common? This week’s Fish Fry podcast of course! We start things off with an investigation into the details of a revolutionary new battery developed by NTU Singapore that is powered by sweat and includes a unique silver flake electrode design. Also this week, Ted Chua (Cadence Design Systems) joins me to discuss the need for floating … Read More → "FloatingPoint DSP for You and Me: Why Today’s Real World Designs Need Floating Point Digital Signal Processing"