Remove The Bus From Your Embedded System

For many years, the 8-bit microcontroller has been the workhorse of embedded systems. Design teams favor the size and power benefits that a tightly coupled processor, such as the 8051 microcontroller, brings to their designs. The compact and ultra-low power 8-bit architecture improves battery life and reduces bill-of-material costs. However, embedded systems increasingly require higher perfo... » read more

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: It Will Be On Your Phone

The advent of smart devices has ushered in a revolution all over the world. The most widely used smart device is the mobile phone, which has radically changed the way we communicate. There are many other types of devices running 24/7 in our homes, hospitals, businesses, etc. No matter what kind of functionality smart devices have, they have one thing in common: they all consume energy. They ... » read more

The Power-Performance Paradox

The Changing World Technology is shaping and altering the world around us. Reality is being augmented and “virtual reality” is becoming the norm. Video is becoming more immersive, offering 3D effects and 4K resolution, with 8K on the horizon. Cars are a technology showcase that in a few years conceivably will take over the driving for us. Our ability to interact with technology through tou... » read more