Auto, Security & Pervasive Computing

Top Stories

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.

Challenges In Printed And Disposable Chips

Why new inks and printing approaches are opening new possibilities for electronics — and lots of new problems.

Startup Funding: February 2020

From photoresists to LIDAR, 14 startups brought in $1B this month.

Uses, Limits And Questions For FPGAs In Autos

Where it works, where it doesn't, and where the choices get fuzzy.

Hardware Attack Surface Widening

Cable Haunt follows Spectre, Meltdown and Foreshadow as potential threat spreads beyond a single device; AI adds new uncertainty.

Bigger, Faster, More Diverse And Expensive

Synopsys' CEO examines the fundamental shifts in design and markets.

Startup Funding: January 2020

Twelve startups bring in over half a billion in new funding; connectivity startup emerges from stealth.

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.

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Round Tables

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.

Why Data Is So Difficult To Protect In AI Chips

AI systems are designed to move data through at high speed, not limit access. That creates a security risk.

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Multimedia

Building A Safety Verification Flow

Utilizing well-understood approaches for safety-critical designs.

Enterprise-Class DRAM Reliability

A drill-down into how data moves and is repaired in memory.

Improving Circuit Reliability

Why using chips longer and in different applications can add more stress to circuits.

What’s In Your IP?

Why IP traceability is so vital for everything from automotive reliability to security.

Understanding SLAM (Simultaneous Localization And Mapping)

How computer vision systems track movement.

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