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Blog Review: Oct. 23

EM crosstalk; automotive security; Arm Research Summit presentations.

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ANSYS’ Magdy Abadir digs into the challenges associated with identifying and modeling electromagnetic crosstalk and the architectural and design trends that contribute to it.

Cadence’s Paul McLellan listens in as automotive security expert Charlie Miller points to how close we are to Level 4 autonomy and where in a car attack surfaces lie.

Mentor’s Brent Klingforth checks out the process of creating plane areas in PCB layout and how to create complex plane areas quickly using simple rectangles and circles.

Synopsys’ Jamie Boote warns that just purchasing an application security tool is not enough to ensure security, and shares a parable of how to build a process as part of security deployment in an organization.

Arm’s Rhiannon Burleigh shares an overview of the recent Arm Research Summit with recordings of the keynotes and links to slides of the presentations.

A Rambus writer explains how multiple roots of trust can be used to create a hierarchical and secure execution environment in which mutually distrusting entities can safely execute on the same CPU.

Jenax’s EJ Shin argues that flexible battery technology will usher in a wide range of new, transformative consumer products.

Plus, check out the blogs featured in the latest Manufacturing, Packaging & Materials newsletter:

Editor In Chief Ed Sperling points to new risks with the proliferation of advanced packaging and heterogeneous architectures.

Executive editor for manufacturing Mark LaPedus reports how the U.S. wants to develop its own rare earth market despite China’s dominance.

Brewer Science’s Nick Skelton reveals what’s important in building printed electronics and sensors and which applications are the best fit.

Applied Materials’ Kenichi Ohno, Robert Visser, and Nir Yahav explain why moving quantum technologies from lab to fab will take the entire ecosystem working together to solve key challenges.

SEMI blogger Maria Vetrano predicts that while new technologies will take intensive research and large investments, innovations like micromirrors and ultra-low-power devices could provide new opportunities in the MEMS and sensors industry.

Semico Research’s Joanne Itow examines how Skywater, a U.S.-owned pureplay foundry, is tackling up-and-coming technologies with both R&D and volume manufacturing.



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