Blog Review: June 8

Scaling beyond Moore’s Law; don’t forget Heartbleed yet; auto’s biggest change in a century; edge node processing; neuroscience and AI.

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Cadence’s Paul McLellan presents Luc van den Hove’s keynote at the imec Technology Forum, where he discusses the future of scaling beyond Moore’s Law, from going 3D to envisioning new architectures

Two years after Heartbleed’s disclosure, Synopsys’ Robert Vamosi chats with Billy Rios of embedded security company WhiteScope on the continued significance of the OpenSSL vulnerability in a new podcast.

The motor industry is about to undergo its biggest change in a 130 year history, says Mentor’s Andrew Patterson, and it’s just a question of how soon it will happen.

The IoT won’t be able to rely on all the processing of sensor data being done in the cloud, says Rambus’ Aharon Etengoff, edge devices will need to do their part, too.

ARM’s Karthik Ranjan asks, what happens when the worlds of computing and neuroscience collide?

NXP’s Christopher Hill digs further into using thermal resistance to calculate the thermal benefit of adding a heatsink. But what happens when the simulation doesn’t add up?

GlobalFoundries’ Gregg Bartlett presents his perspective on what the shrinking number of companies at the top of the market will mean for the industry.

And don’t forget the featured blogs from last week’s IoT, Security & Automotive newsletter:

Editor In Chief Ed Sperling contends that the next rounds of the Internet of Things may not go to the big, established systems companies.

Executive Editor Ann Steffora Mutschler digs into the automotive sessions in next week’s Design Automation Conference.

Technology Editor Jeff Dorsch questions how many IoT devices there will be, and why you shouldn’t worry.

Kilopass’ Charlie Cheng provides a guided tour of embedded non-volatile memory use cases.

Mentor Graphics’ Jeff Miller examines the challenges of implementing MEMS in edge devices.