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Brian Fuller

Reporter, editor and writer for nearly 30 years, most of that in the electronics industry. Past editor in chief of EE Times and EBN and editorial director with UBM. Involved in the Drive for Innovation program in which I drove a Chevy Volt around North America for a year, interviewing engineers.

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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   Read More »
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Mammals, Insects, and the Data-Efficient Design Imperative
Cadence IP Group CTO Chris Rowen says cognitive layering and attention to energy optimization are key to IoT system design.   Read More »
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What Is IoT? What Isn’t it?
A panel organized by the Wireless Communications Alliance tackled one of the most pressing questions of electronics design today: What is IoT?   Read More »
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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, including improved data rates and lower latencies.   Read More »
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Apple Announcement’s Implications for Systems Design
What Apple iPhone6 and wearables announcement means for electronic system design trends   Read More »
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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   Read More »
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Flash Memory Summit: A New Approach to Storage Processing
Flash memory subsystems require a new type of processor architecture if they're to evolve in the coming years, Cadence's Chris Rowen argues.   Read More »
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FinFET, Advanced Nodes, and MIPI Top Most-Read List
Electronics engineers are gobbling up information about leading edge technologies, mobile IP protocols and the state of the EDA industry.   Read More »
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Disk Drive’s Days Might be Numbered: Woz
Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak sees solid state memories replacing the hard disk drive almost completely.   Read More »
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New OrCAD Offerings Zero in on Engineering Productivity Challenges
OrCAD just announced three new PCB design software products that attack less-glamorous but still crucial areas of PCB engineering productivity.   Read More »
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