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Crossbar’s RRAM and Raspberry Pi 2 Model B

In this week’s Fish Fry, we’re talking about our love of innovation big and small. From Crossbar’s recent breakthrough in non-volatile RRAM memory technology to the latest news from the land of Raspberry Pi. My first guest is Sagar Jethani from Element14. Sagar is here to give us the goods on the new Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. Wondering how this new Pi compares with the Pis of the past? Curious about its quad cores and how your model B+ accessories will work with this new model? Never fear, Sagar will answer all of these questions and more! My next guest is Sylvain Dubois from Crossbar. Sylvain gives us an update on the non-volatile memory landscape, and how Crossbar managed to get rid of two major obstacles plaguing alternative memory technology today. Also this week, we celebrate our love (or hate, as the case may be) of analog components, and we’ll tell you how to make your next analog output design easier.


 

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Links for February 13, 2015

More information about the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B

Crossbar Unveils Another Breakthrough Innovation Behind Its Ultra-High Density 3D RRAM Solutions at IEDM 2014

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New Episode of Chalk Talk – Accelerating Your Analog Output Design

Click here to enter to win the Analog Output Design Accelerator Kit Contest courtesy of Maxim. (from Feb 9 until March 6).

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