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Chimera GPNPU Blends CPU, DSP, and NPU into New Category of Hybrid Processor

According to Greek mythology, the Chimera (a.k.a. Chimaera) was a monstrous fire-breathing hybrid creature that was composed of different animal parts. These days, the term "chimera" has come to describe (a) any mythical or fictional creature with parts taken from various animals, (b) anything composed of very disparate parts, or (c) anything perceived as wildly imaginative, implausible, or dazzling. … Read More → "Chimera GPNPU Blends CPU, DSP, and NPU into New Category of Hybrid Processor"

Virtualized IoT Devices in the Cloud Run Faster Than Their Real-World Counterparts!

I’m not a giddy software guru. I’m a hard-bitten hardware guy. I remember those days of yesteryear when I hadn’t even heard about esoteric things like virtualization, containerization, disaggregation, and other “-ations,” the discussion of which does my poor old noggin no favors whatsoever.

Now, by comparison, I know enough to nod knowingly and grunt appreciatively when … Read More → "Virtualized IoT Devices in the Cloud Run Faster Than Their Real-World Counterparts!"

Fish Fry 500: The Best of Photonics (Now on Youtube!)

I have been fascinated by the manipulation of light since I was a kid. In another Fish Fry podcast playlist on Youtube, I investigate a variety of innovations in photonics. I chat with Dr. Eyal Cohen (Co-founder and CEO of Cognifiber) about Cognifiber’s glass-based chips, proprietary fibers, and embedded waveguides, and why the advancement of this kind of technology could revolutionize the world of edge computing. I also … Read More → "Fish Fry 500: The Best of Photonics (Now on Youtube!)"

Will X9 Spider Computer Systems Power the US Army in 2030?

A couple of weeks ago as I pen these words, I heard that the folks from General Micro Systems had taken home three “Best of Show” awards from the recent AUSA 2022 annual meeting and exposition, which was held 12-12 October in Washington DC, and whose purpose was to highlight computing innovations for building the Army of 2030. … Read More → "Will X9 Spider Computer Systems Power the US Army in 2030?"
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DIN Rail Power Solutions’ Usage and Advantages – MEAN WELL and Mouser Electronics DIN rail power supplies with their clean installation and quiet fanless design can be a great solution to solve the common power supply concerns that come along with industrial and building automation applications. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Kai Li from MEAN WELL and Amelia Dalton discuss the variety of benefits that DIN … Read More → "DIN Rail Power Solutions’ Usage and Advantages – MEAN WELL and Mouser Electronics"
Beyond the SOT23: The Future of Smaller Packages — Nexperia and Mouser Electronics  There is a megatrend throughout electronic engineering that is pushing us toward smaller and smaller components and printed circuit boards. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Tom Wolf from Nexperia and Amelia Dalton explore the benefits of a smaller package size for the SOT23. They investigate how new package sizes for this SMD can … Read More → "Beyond the SOT23: The Future of Smaller Packages — Nexperia and Mouser Electronics"
Designing with GaN? Ask the Right Questions about Reliability — Texas Instruments and Mouser Electronics  As demands for high-performance and low-cost power conversion increases, gallium nitride offers several intriguing benefits for next generation power supply design. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton and Sandeep Bahl from Texas Instruments investigate the what, why and how of gallium nitride power technology. They take a closer look at the component … Read More → "Designing with GaN? Ask the Right Questions about Reliability — Texas Instruments and Mouser Electronics"
Power Multiplexing with Discrete Components — Toshiba and Mouser Electronics  Power multiplexing is a vital design requirement for a variety of different applications today. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Talayeh Saderi from Toshiba about what kind of power multiplex solution would be the best fit for your next design. They discuss five unique design considerations that we should think … Read More → "Power Multiplexing with Discrete Components — Toshiba and Mouser Electronics"
EiceDRIVER™ F3 Enhanced: Isolated Gate Driver with DESAT — Infineon and Mouser Electronics When it comes to higher power applications, galvanically isolated gate drivers can be great solution for power modules and silicon carbide MOSFETS. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton and Emanuel Eni from Infineon examine Infineon’s EiceDRIVER™ F3 Enhanced isolated gate driver family. They take a closer look at advantages of galvanic isolation … Read More → "EiceDRIVER™ F3 Enhanced: Isolated Gate Driver with DESAT — Infineon and Mouser Electronics"
NEUTRIK® FIBERFOX — NEUTRIK and Mouser Electronics  Fiber optic technology has seen exponential growth over the last couple years. Today, fiber optic technology is finding a place in more and more diverse applications worldwide. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton and David Kuklinski from NEUTRIK® explore a revolutionary new kind of fiber optic technology called FIBERFOX. We take a … Read More → "NEUTRIK® FIBERFOX — NEUTRIK and Mouser Electronics"