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Processor Optimized IP and Your Next Design

Fish Fry is physical this week. Yep, we’re flexing our SoCs and pulling on our semicodunctor spandex. We may not be running the next design marathon, but we are diving into the world of physical IP. We’re talking to Dipesh Patel (ARM) about processor optimization and how ARM is packing a serious punch with their POP IP.  Also this week, we’re revealing why you don’t have to choose between strictly analog or digital power supplies.

We’re giving away a NXP Development Platform for the DualCore courtesy of Newark element14. Click the link below to enter!


 
 

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Fish Fry Links – July 5, 2013

More Information about ARM’s POP IP 

New Episode of Chalk Talk – Introducing Digitally Enhanced Power Analog

More Information about this week’s Nerdy Giveway courtesy of newark element14 – NXP Development Platform for the DualCore

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