Cloudy With A Chance Of Better Analytics


How can you create product-oriented analytics on the factory floor while leveraging cloud capabilities at the same time? In our article, you will learn about: The importance of moving from machine analytics to product analytics. The benefits of migrating your analytics infrastructure to the cloud. How OptimalPlus successfully partnered with AWS to create an end-to-end analytics sol... » read more

New Ways To Optimize Machine Learning


As more designers employ machine learning (ML) in their systems, they’re moving from simply getting the application to work to optimizing the power and performance of their implementations. Some techniques are available today. Others will take time to percolate through the design flow and tools before they become readily available to mainstream designers. Any new technology follows a basic... » read more

PCIe 5.0 Drill-Down


Suresh Andani, senior director of product marketing for SerDes IP at Rambus, digs into the new PCI Express standard, why it’s so important for data centers, how it compares with previous versions of the standard, and how it will fit into existing and non-von Neumann architectures. » read more

What’s Changing, What Isn’t


The global pandemic is creating economic chaos on a global scale. The big question now is when the coronavirus is brought under control, and just how long its effects will extend beyond the current health crisis. For the semiconductor industry, which has weathered many long and deep financial swings, this one at least is finite. When the virus stops spreading, or when treatments are availabl... » read more

EDA In The Cloud


Interest in the use of third-party public clouds in conjunction with electronic design automation (EDA) applications has never been higher. Back in February, Ed Sperling and I did a video interview (embedded below) to discuss EDA and cloud computing. This article follows up on that interview, providing some additional insight into why and how the integrated circuit (IC) industry reached this po... » read more

5G Will Enable Cloud Gaming


5G stands to unlock opportunities throughout the Internet of things (IoT), from logistics to heavy industry, robotics to autonomous vehicles. Existing applications of cellular connectivity will find themselves enhanced significantly, while the lifting of traditional barriers to entry—speed, latency, network availability—will open up new applications and revenue streams that simply were... » read more

Cloud And HPC Simulation Myths


Engineers are faced with the challenge of analyzing complex simulations while meeting tight deadlines. As a result, compute capacity is limiting the performance of many engineering organizations. High-performance computing (HPC) and cloud deployments can clear this simulation bottleneck. However, there are still misconceptions about the reliability, complexity, licensing, cost and security o... » read more

Manufacturing Speed And Agility Enabled By Turnkey HPC Solutions


Manufacturers face growing competition as new players enter the global market all the time. To stay ahead of rivals, they increasingly rely on digital modeling and simulation tools for product design, analysis and testing with the help of HPC and CAE. So how is HPC enabling innovation for manufacturers from small to large? This white paper covers: Using HPC to accelerate product develo... » read more

Week In Review: Auto, Security, Pervasive Computing


Pervasive computing — health An injectable biosensor may someday help measure signs of influenza. DARPA (the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) and digital health startup Profusa announced a study that uses Profusa’s Lumee Oxygen Platform to find ways to identify flu outbreaks, biological attacks and pandemics as much as three weeks earlier than curre... » read more

Battling Persistent Hacks At The Flash Level


Hardware vendors are beginning to close up security vulnerabilities across a broader range of technology than in the past, a sign that they are taking potential hardware breaches much more seriously. Awareness of security flaws has been growing since the introduction of Meltdown, Spectre and Foreshadow, and more recently, the Cable Haunt attack. The general conclusion among chipmakers is tha... » read more

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