IoT, Security & Automotive

Top Stories

Micro-Mobility Market Potential Widens

From e-scooters to robotaxis, transportation is undergoing massive shifts.

Next Wave Of Security For IIoT

New technology, approaches will provide some protection, but gaps still remain.

February Startup Funding: Big Cash Keeps Rolling In

A month with a trio of billion-dollar rounds.

Using AI Data For Security

Pushing data processing to the edge has opened up new security risks, and lots of new opportunities.

Blockchain May Be Overkill for Most IIoT Security

Without an efficient blockchain template for IoT, other options are better.

VCSEL Technology Takes Off

iPhone X elevates niche optical technology to hot growth market. Now the question is what else it is good for?

Issues In Designing 5G Beamforming Antennas

Assuring quality under changing conditions with shifting standards and use models is a major challenge.

The Race To Multi-Domain SoCs

Arteris IP's CEO looks at how automotive and AI are altering chip design.

Building Security Into RISC-V Systems

Experts at the Table, part 2: Emphasis shifting to firmware, system-level architectures, and collaboration between industry, academia and government.

The Data Deluge

Cadence's CEO talks about why the explosion in data is now driving chip and system design and what changes that is creating.

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Round Tables

Building Security Into RISC-V Systems

Experts at the Table, part 2: Emphasis shifting to firmware, system-level architectures, and collaboration between industry, academia and government.

IoT Device Security Makes Slow Progress

Experts at the Table: While attention is being paid to security in IoT devices, still more must be done.

Open-Source RISC-V Hardware And Security

Experts at the Table, Part 1: The advantages and limitations of a new instruction set architecture.

The Rising Cost Of 5G

Experts at the table, part 3: Big increases in power consumption and uncertainty about how to test these devices have yet to be resolved.

Pros, Cons Of ML-Specific Chips

Machine Learning's Limits, part 3: Which processor type is the best for training and inferencing, and why are there so many companies trying to bui...

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Multimedia

Designing An AI SoC

Balancing custom design, rapidly changing algorithms and the need for economies of scale.

The Winograd Transformation

How to streamline convolutional neural networks.

Designing Networking Chips

How massive data traffic is affecting the verification cycle.

Benchmarks For The Edge

What works, what doesn’t and why.

Edge Inferencing Challenges

Balancing different variables to improve performance.

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What the market for AI hardware might look like in 2025.
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Mine Cryptocurrencies Sooner, Part 1

How Bitcoin mining works and why unforeseen consequences are driving new cryp...
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Don’t Have A Meltdown Over A Spectre In Your SoC

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Making Things Simple With NVMe/TCP

With so many NVMe fabric options, why is there need for another one?
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Where Electronics Begins, And So Much More

Get ready for ES Design West.
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Meltdown And Spectre, One Year Later

New vulnerabilities have emerged around software techniques that damage hardw...
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Design Infrastructure Alley at DAC 2019

The good and bad of moving data to the cloud.
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It’s Time For Companies To Embrace IP Management

What keeps companies from adopting new methods that could improve efficiency?
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