Coming to you from AltiumLive 2019, this week’s podcast is all about hacking, PCB design, and how sharing information can inspire innovation big and small. AltiumLive 2019 keynote speaker Joe Grand (Grand Idea Studio/L0pht Heavy Industries) and I discuss how hacking and engineering can collide in today’s EE ecosystem. We also discuss the origins of the legendary hacking group L0pht Heavy Industries and Joe shares a couple of his favorite hacking creations. In our second interview this week, Altium keynote speaker Robert Feranec (Founder – FEDEVEL Academy) and I chat about the challenges of hardware design process … Read More → "It’s ALive!"
Work smart. Get things done. – Susan Wojcicki
What’s smarter than smart? This week’s episode of Amelia’s Weekly Fish Fry! Tim Ramsdale (CEO – Agile Analog) reveals how Agile Analog is changing the landscape of analog IP and why their unique design methodology sets their analog IP away from the rest of the pack. In our second interview this week, Tom Yates (Product VP – Nubix.io) joins us to discuss the current state of edge computing and how is Nubix.io helping embedded designers get the most out of their IoT and edge-based designs.</ … Read More → "Get Smart(er)!"
In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, Clay Johnson (CEO – CacheQ) joins us to discuss the history of processor performance demands and why today’s designs require a variety of different technologies to increase compute performance. Clay and I also chat about the details of their QCC platform and how their platform is helping software developers leverage the benefits of heterogeneous distributed compute environments. Also this week, we investigate the details of a new whale-shaped nanorobot specifically designed for drug delivery by Dartmouth College and City University of Hong Kong.
“I think everybody understands how important the cloud is.” – Marc Benioff
They say every cloud has a silver lining but does every silver lining have a cloud? In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, Craig Johnson (Cadence Design Systems) joins us to discuss a variety of cloud strategies. We investigate how priorities and usage models should influence our choice of cloud models and why different clouds for different folks is always the way to go. Also this week, we check out how a group of researchers at the University of ILL at Urbana-Champaign may discovered … Read More → "Up Up and Away"
We’re serving up a double helping of field programmable goodness in this week’s episode of Amelia’s Weekly Fish Fry podcast. Dianne Kibbey (element14) and I dish about this year’s Path II Programmable design series. We discuss the details of this innovative program and how you sign up to participate in this FPGA-based program. Also this week, Geoff Tate (CEO – Flex Logix) and I chat about the history eFPGAs and the motivations behind the launch of their new nnMAX™ Inference Acceleration Architecture and InferX™ X1 Edge Inference Co-Processor.
The Internet of Things takes center stage in this week’s episode of Fish Fry. First up, we investigate a new sensor platform developed at Stanford University called BodyNet and how this new device can track both the pulse and rate of respiration by detecting the expansion and contraction of skin. Also this week, Mark Milligan and I discuss the future of the internet of things and how the Enlighted platform is looking to redefine what a smart building can be.
In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, Judy Warner gives us a special sneak peek into this year’s AltiumLive PCB Design Summit. Judy and I discuss the details of this third annual PCB design conference, how the goals of this conference have evolved over the years, and why Judy hopes this event will become the PCB Village Square of the EE industry. Also this week, we investigate a new Kickstarter campaign that hopes to cure cancer – with a little help from the International Space Station.
Evolution takes center stage this week’s episode of Fish Fry! To start things off, I investigate how a baby ostrich and a robotic dinosaur on a treadmill might have just helped solve the mystery of the evolution of avian flight. Next, I chat with Rob Persons (Artseyn Embedded Technologies) about the evolution of tactical systems and the role encryption will play in the future of battlefield communications. To wrap things up this week, I sit down with at Cat Brandis and Rich Selfridge (Amphenol) and talk all about the evolution of … Read More → "Survival of the Fittest"
“Here’s your ticket pack your bag: time for jumpin’ overboard.
The transportation is here.
Close enough but not too far, Maybe you know where you are.” – Talking Heads
In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, we investigate the complexities of data processing in coming age of 5G. Wade Smith (ANSYS) joins us to discuss the challenges of 5G and edge computing and why multi-physics analysis will be crucial to the development of 5G systems. Also, don’t forget to stick around for this week’s special < … Read More → "From Chip to City and Back Again"
What has SLAM done for you lately? If you are working on a vision processing application, quite a lot most likely! In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, we welcome Pulin Desai from Cadence Design Systems. Pulin and I chat about the trends driving the need for more vision processing, the current challenges associated with SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) and when he thinks it is best to use an AI accelerator in your next vision of artificial intelligence design. Also this week, we check out how a multinational team of research scientists have created the first IC … Read More → "Seeing is Believing"