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Calling All Chiplets! Eliyan and the Ultimate Chiplet Interconnect

My podcast this week is all about chiplets, chiplet interconnects, and the Bunch of Wires (BoW) chiplet interconnect architecture! My guests hail from Eliyan – who is leading the pack when it comes to chiplet interconnect technology. Ramin Farjadrad (Co-founder and CEO), Patrick Soheili (Co-founder & Head of Business and Corporate Development) and Syrus Ziai (Co-founder & VP of Engineering)  … Read More → "Calling All Chiplets! Eliyan and the Ultimate Chiplet Interconnect"

Performing Extreme AI Analog Compute Sans Semiconductors

Generally speaking, I tend to duck when someone lobs a business-related press release in my direction. Call me a techno-weenie if you will, but I really don’t care to learn that Company A has been pondering the possibility of potentially signing a letter of intent with Company B to establish a framework within which to commence discussions about the prospect of collaborating on some vaguely … Read More → "Performing Extreme AI Analog Compute Sans Semiconductors"

Interoperability and Innovation with Open Standards: Embedded Tech Trends 2023

Open standards take center stage in this week’s Fish Fry podcast! Recorded in person at this year’s Embedded Tech Trends Conference, Dean Holman (President/Executive Director – VITA Technologies) joins me to discuss the newest developments in the VITA organization and why open standards are crucial to the development of intelligent embedded systems worldwide. Keeping with our open standards theme, Ken Grob and Mark Littlefield (Elma Electronic) also … Read More → "Interoperability and Innovation with Open Standards: Embedded Tech Trends 2023"

Harnessing Light and Redefining What is Possible: Lightelligence and The Rise of Optical Computing

This week’s Fish Fry podcast is all about photonics and the future of optical computing! Maurice (Mo) Steinman from Lightelligence and I chat about why Lightelligence is on a mission to be the leader in silicon photonics computing, the details of PACE (Lightelligence’s first fully integrated optical computing platform), and what sets this computing platform apart from traditional silicon chips.

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QPUs and You: How Classiq is Revolutionizing Quantum Computing

Quantum computing takes center stage in this week’s Fish Fry podcast! Dr. Erik Garcell (Classiq) and I chat about how Classiq is shaking up the quantum computing industry with a revolutionary new process for quantum computing software development. We discuss why Erik believes IP protection is crucial to the development of quantum computing, the details of Classiq’s collaboration with Rolls-Royce, and why today is a the perfect … Read More → "QPUs and You: How Classiq is Revolutionizing Quantum Computing"

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There were two keynotes during DesignCon, one by Ben Gu, Cadence's VP of the System Analysis business, and the other by Devin Billings of Boston Dynamics, which I will cover later this week. There was actually a third, on the tutorial day before the conference proper, bu...
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chalk talks
How IO-Link® is Enabling Smart Factory Digitization — Analog Devices and Mouser ElectronicsSafety, flexibility and sustainability are cornerstone to today’s smart factories. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton and Shasta Thomas from Analog Devices discuss how Analog Device’s IO-Link is helping usher in a new era of smart factory automation. They take a closer look at the benefits that IO-Link can bring to an industrial … Read More → "How IO-Link® is Enabling Smart Factory Digitization — Analog Devices and Mouser Electronics"
Analog in a Digital World: TRIMPOT® Trimming Potentiometers — Bourns and Mouser Electronics  Trimmer potentiometers are a great way to fine tune the output of an analog circuit and can be found used in a wide variety of applications. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Patricia Moorman from Bourns and Amelia Dalton break down the what, where, how and why of trimpots and the benefits that Bourns … Read More → "Analog in a Digital World: TRIMPOT® Trimming Potentiometers — Bourns and Mouser Electronics"
Introduction to Bare Metal AVR Programming — Microchip and Mouser Electronics  Bare metal AVR programming is a great way to write code that is compact, efficient, and easy to maintain. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Ross Satchell from Microchip and I dig into the details of bare metal AVR programming. They take a closer look at the steps involved in this kind of programming, … Read More → "Introduction to Bare Metal AVR Programming — Microchip and Mouser Electronics"
dsPIC33CH DSCs: Two dsPIC33Cs on a Single Chip — Microchip and Mouser Electronics  In this episode of Chalk Talk, Vijay Bapu from Microchip and Amelia Dalton explore the benefits of dual core digital signal controllers. They discuss the key specifications to keep in mind when it comes to single core and dual core DSCs and how you can reduce your development time, save board space and cost … Read More → "dsPIC33CH DSCs: Two dsPIC33Cs on a Single Chip — Microchip and Mouser Electronics"
Automated Benchmark Tuning — Synopsys   Benchmarking is a great way to measure the performance of computing resources, but benchmark tuning can be a very complicated problem to solve. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Nozar Nozarian from Synopsys and Amelia Dalton investigate Synopsys’ Optimizer Studio that combines an evolution search algorithm with a powerful user interface that can … Read More → "Automated Benchmark Tuning — Synopsys"
The Next Generation of Switching Regulator — RECOM and Mouser Electronics Power modules can bring a variety of benefits to electronic system design including reduced board space, shorter time to market and easier sourcing of materials. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton and Louis Bouche from RECOM discuss the benefits of RECOM’s switching regulators, the details of their advanced 3D power packaging and … Read More → "The Next Generation of Switching Regulator — RECOM and Mouser Electronics"