Suppressing Power Side-Channel Attacks: A HW/SW Design For Resource-Constrained IoT Devices

A technical paper titled “Hardware/Software Cooperative Design Against Power Side-Channel Attacks on IoT Devices” was published by researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology and the University of Electro-Communications. Abstract: "With the growth of Internet of Things (IoT) era, the protection of secret information on IoT devices is becoming increasingly important. For IoT devices, atta... » read more

Ultra-Low Power CiM Design For Practical Edge Scenarios

A technical paper titled “Low Power and Temperature-Resilient Compute-In-Memory Based on Subthreshold-FeFET” was published by researchers at Zhejiang University, University of Notre Dame, Technical University of Munich, Munich Institute of Robotics and Machine Intelligence, and the Laboratory of Collaborative Sensing and Autonomous Unmanned Systems of Zhejiang Province. Abstract: "Compute... » read more

See The Future of IoT: Planning For Success With Smart Vision

Computer vision devices that can ‘see’ and act on visual information are bringing new efficiencies and functionalities to IoT. But with new opportunities come complexities. The specific features and functionality of smart vision use cases vary widely. Creating a system that catches defects on an assembly line requires different imaging, machine learning, and workloads compared to one ... » read more

Novel NVM Devices and Applications (UC Berkeley)

A dissertation titled “Novel Non-Volatile Memory Devices and Applications” was submitted by a researcher at University of California Berkeley. Abstract Excerpt "This dissertation focuses on novel non-volatile memory devices and their applications. First, logic MEM switches are demonstrated to be operable as NV memory devices using controlled welding and unwelding of the contacting electro... » read more

A Hierarchical Instruction Cache Tailored To Ultra-Low-Power Tightly-Coupled Processor Clusters

A technical paper titled “Scalable Hierarchical Instruction Cache for Ultra-Low-Power Processors Clusters” was published by researchers at University of Bologna, ETH Zurich, and GreenWaves Technologies. Abstract: "High Performance and Energy Efficiency are critical requirements for Internet of Things (IoT) end-nodes. Exploiting tightly-coupled clusters of programmable processors (CMPs) ha... » read more

Heat-Tolerant CNT-Based PUFs

A technical paper titled “CNT-PUFs: Highly Robust and Heat-Tolerant Carbon-Nanotube-Based Physical Unclonable Functions for Stable Key Generation” was published by researchers at Chemnitz University of Technology, University of Passau, Technical University of Darmstadt, and Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems (ENAS). Abstract: "In this work, we explore a highly robust and... » read more

How Voltage-Controlled MRAM Devices Can Be Used To Create Unique Fingerprints Of Microelectronic Chips

A technical paper titled "Reconfigurable Physically Unclonable Functions Based on Nanoscale Voltage-Controlled Magnetic Tunnel Junctions" was published by researchers at Northwestern University, Western Digital Corporation, Fe Research Inc., and University of Messina. Abstract: "With the fast growth of the number of electronic devices on the internet of things (IoT), hardware-based securi... » read more

Smarter Ways To Manufacture Chips

OSAT and wafer fabs are beginning to invest in Industry 4.0 solutions in order to improve efficiency and reduce operating costs, but it's a complicated process that involves setting up frameworks to evaluate different options and goals. Semiconductor manufacturing facilities have relied on dedicated automation teams for decades. These teams track and schedule chip production, respond to equi... » read more

Solving Problems With The IoT

The Internet of Things, a term once applied to almost any "smart" gadget connected to the Internet, is becoming more useful, more complex, and more of a security risk as the value of data continues to grow and more people depend on IoT technology. In the decades since the concept was first introduced, IoT devices have become so ubiquitous that applications cover practically every consumer, c... » read more

The Role Of AI And Endpoint Real-Time Data Analytics

The Internet of Things (IoT) has the capability of amassing large amounts of data which it does with the help of dispersed intelligent sensors. The organization and distribution of this enormous amount of data is posing a challenge. While conventional methods of data analysis have facilitated the operations in IoT, artificial intelligence (AI) has proven that it can do it with greater precision... » read more

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