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Choosing Between CCIX And CXL

Experts at the Table, Part 2: What's right for one design may not be right for the next. Here's why.

Spiking Neural Networks: Research Projects or Commercial ...

Opinions differ widely, but in this space that isn't unusual.

Which Chip Interconnect Protocol Is Better?

Experts at the Table Part 1: CXL and CCIX are different, but it's not always clear which is the best choice.

Inference Moves To The Network

Speeding up response by processing between the edge and the data center.

Vehicle Communications Network Is Due For Overhaul

Security is becoming bigger risk as vehicle automation increases; fixes and alternatives are in the works.

Making Sense Of PUFs

What's driving the resurgence of physically unclonable functions, and why this technology is so confusing.

Tracking Automotive’s Rapidly Shifting Ecosystem

Relationships and design strategies are in flux as OEMs and Tier 1s grapple for dominance.

More Multiply-Accumulate Operations Everywhere

Flex Logix's CEO points to the growing need for MAC functionality in a variety of new markets.

Battling Persistent Hacks At The Flash Level

Protecting the code involves more than just the processor.

New Architectural Issues Facing Auto Ecosystem

Smaller nodes and chip consolidation drive automotive players to rethink automotive architectures.

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Round Tables

Which Chip Interconnect Protocol Is Better?

Experts at the Table Part 1: CXL and CCIX are different, but it's not always clear which is the best choice.

Addressing IC Security Threats Before And After They Emerge

Experts at the Table: No chip will ever be completely secure, but that's not necessarily a problem.

Determining What Really Needs To Be Secured In A Chip

Experts at the Table: Why previous approaches at security have only limited success.

Security Risks In The Supply Chain

Trojans, a dual supply chain and industry consolidation are creating new threats for chipmakers.

Security Tradeoffs In A Shifting Global Supply Chain

How many simulation cycles are needed to crack an AES key? Plus, the impact of trade wars on semiconductor security and reliability.

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Big Changes For eFPGAs

Conversation shifts as this technology gains traction.

Who Owns A Car’s Chip Architecture

Carmakers and their suppliers compete for dominance, creating challenges across the electronics industry.

DDR PHY Training

Keeping DRAM in sync with changing product specs and market shifts.

Stream Vs. Pool Data Processing

Why different applications require very different process architectures.

Last-Level Cache

Improving performance with more on-chip data storage.

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