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  • ARM Rolls Cortex-M7 Processor for Performance, Power Optimization
    It almost goes without saying: One of the toughest challenges in implementing processor cores is striking that delicate -- sometimes contentious -- balance between performance and power. With that balance in mind, ARM this week (Sept. 24) rolled the latest in its ARM Cortex-M series of processor cores, the ARM Cortex-M7. The 32-bit ...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Thu, Sep 25 2014
  • Mammals, Insects, and the Data-Efficient Design Imperative
    Electronics systems design is on the verge of another stunning era of innovation, one that can be boiled down to this: "Computing is about converting big data into deep insights." Those were Cadence IP Group CTO Chris Rowen's words, as he presented (Sept. 17) a vision of the future of electronics system design to a group of ...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Mon, Sep 22 2014
  • What Is IoT? What Isn’t it?
    When trying to figure out what is the Internet of Things (IoT), it might be best to start with what it isn't. It's not a buzzword, or at least electronic system design is not well served by buzzwordy platitudes about IoT. That was one of many conclusions of a panel of experts at a Wireless Communications Alliance gathering Thursday ...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Mon, Sep 15 2014
  • How Do We Get to 5G and the ‘Tactile Internet?’
    Fifth Generation (5G) cellular technology will enable the "tactile Internet"--when humans will wirelessly control real and virtual objects--but not before we overcome enormous system design challenges. That was the assessment from Gerhard Fettweis (pictured, below), the Vodaphone Chair of Mobile Communications Systems, ...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Wed, Sep 10 2014
  • Apple Announcement’s Implications for Systems Design
    Next week, Apple  is holding a press event (Sept. 9), when, rumor has it, the company will unveil a new smartphone and a wearable electronic device (perhaps a smart watch). These are more than just product announcements. The event will further highlight a fundamental shift in electronics system design because the two types of devices ...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Tue, Sep 2 2014
  • Flash Memory Summit: Marveling at IBM’s Staying Power
    SANTA CLARA, Calif.—Sometimes in this mile-a-minute business of ours, you have to sit back and reflect. Today, I'm thinking about 103-year-old IBM. Most technology companies have a relatively short half-life, and few companies in general last a century. Author and business consultant Richard N. Foster used another gauge of staying ...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Fri, Aug 22 2014
  • Flash Memory Summit: A New Approach to Storage Processing
    SANTA CLARA, Calif.—The promise of flash memory storage systems—despite robust market success in recent years—has yet to be realized. And the unique technical challenges and changing market requirements in that segment require a new approach to storage processing architectures.  That was the word from Chris Rowen ...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Wed, Aug 13 2014
  • FinFET, Advanced Nodes, and MIPI Top Most-Read List
    To get a sense for what's driving electronics engineers in 2014, look no farther than Cadence's blogs: So far this year, stories about FinFETs, advanced-node availability and certification, how to design with MIPI, and the future of electronics and EDA have become our most-read posts through the first half of the year. Since it's ...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Tue, Aug 12 2014
  • Disk Drive’s Days Might be Numbered: Woz
    SANTA CLARA, Calif.--Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak can envision the end of hard disk drives, replaced by solid-state memories. "I'm a purist, I'd love to see hard disks go away," he said during a "fireside chat" here Wednesday (Aug. 6), during the annual Flash Memory Summit at the Santa Clara Convention Center. ...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Thu, Aug 7 2014
  • New OrCAD Offerings Zero in on Engineering Productivity Challenges
    In the fast-paced, ever-changing world of electronics design, we attack the big challenges relentlessly. But it's the "little things" that can add up quickly and kill design team productivity if we don't stay on top of them. The team behind OrCAD just announced three new products that attack less-glamorous but ...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Tue, Aug 5 2014
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