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Compute And AI In Next-Generation SSD Designs


Over the last 40 years digital storage has advanced at an amazing rate. Because it operates out of sight digital storage tends to be taken for granted, but today there is more storage capacity in the devices in our pockets than what existed in mainframe computers 30 years ago. With the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) this trend will continue and the results will be nothing less than astoun... » read more

Achieving ISO 26262 Certification With High-Performance Processors


Automotive technology has progressed rapidly and the day when fully autonomous vehicles are prevalent on the roadways is not that far in the future. For driverless vehicles to become the norm, however, safety is paramount, and advanced driver assist systems (ADAS) must adhere to the ISO 26262 functional safety standard for electrical and/or electronic systems in automobiles to ensure the safety... » read more

2026: I Can Only Imagine…


It was fun to see all of the new products that were rolled out this year at CES. It got me thinking about how much technology has advanced in the past 10 years. In 2006, the iPhone was still a year away from being introduced and we hadn’t discovered tablets yet. The Internet wasn’t mobile and the cloud was still something in the sky. Never mind Fitbits, smart watches, augmented reality or a... » read more

Using Multicore Processors To Accelerate Your High-Performance Embedded Linux Applications


The adoption of Linux is accelerating, as it is becoming the operating system of choice for a variety of embedded applications. However, designers of these performance-intensive, embedded SoCs running Linux or other virtual-memory operating systems are challenged with increasing performance requirements within constant or shrinking power budgets. Most processors either achieve the performance g... » 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