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25G Ethernet on Tap at IEEE
In the wake of a June launch for an industry consortium driving 25 Gbit/s Ethernet for use in data centers, an IEEE 802.3 group voted last week to pursue a standard for the technology.
NAND Suit: Toshiba Seeks $1.1B From SK Hynix
South Korea's SK Hynix Inc. disclosed in a regulatory filing that Toshiba Corp. is seeking $1.1 billion in damages over the suspected theft of data related to NAND flash memory chip technology.
Cloud-Based Chip Design Research & Education
Semiconductor Research and Silicon Cloud give chip designers global reach.
Is Your Processor IP ISO 26262-Compliant?
With the growth in ADAS and the growing demand for more safety-related SoCs and systems, it is important for semiconductor industry to have access to more ISO 26262-targeted IP products.
NI's System-on-Module Technology Aims to Reshape Embedded Market
National Instruments has just released a complete middleware solution for embedded technology across verticals that it claims will help drastically cut down the time and cost required for developing embedded solutions.
XMOS Sees Key $26M Investment
UK chip designer XMOS has raised $26.2m from three global chip partners in one of the largest silicon investments this year.
VC Investments Spike in Q2
US companies posted double-digit increases in second-quarter investments from a year earlier, leading to the highest rate of capital investment in 13 years.
5G Calling: US Answers, Sorta
In the third and final part of our series on 5G cellular we look at work in the US where there are efforts but no industrial 5G consortium as such.
Engineers Should Study Finance: 5 Reasons Why
Engineers make design decisions that affect the company bottom line, often without understanding how.
MIT Wrist-Robot Adds Extra Fingers
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has created a wrist-worn robot that adds two fingers adjacent the thumb and pinky to help perform tasks with one hand that would ordinarily require two.
OCZ Updates SQL Flash Accelerator
Toshiba-owned company makes flash acceleration simple for SQ L DBAs with updates to support the latest version of the popular Microsoft database software and virtualized environments.
Micro Python Preps for Mass Production
Micro Python is priming the presses. After smashing its Kickstarter funding goal, the programming platform is almost ready to release its boards into the public market.
Do You Really Need 4 GB of RAM to Type a Letter?
The recent decision by the German parliament to consider a move back to typewriters may serve as a lesson, not only in the need for secure products, but also in the dangers of overdesign.
Smart Grid Lessons From a Utility
A smart grid project in Sacramento provided many lessons, especially in ways to test and select consumer energy systems, said a lead technical adviser on the project.
Friday Quiz: Temperature Measurement
Try your hand at these questions about using temperature sensors and how they work.
MSGEQ7-Based DIY Audio Spectrum Analyzer: Testing
Here's a step-by-step guide for testing a simple 14-band (2 x 7) audio spectrum analyzer using two MSGEQ7s and a chipKIT or Arduino microcontroller development platform.
17 More NASA Images of Beautiful Engineering
NASA is all about engineering. Here are 17 photos that show some beautiful machines and technology.
Telemedicine Guidelines Leave Plenty of Questions
Federation of State Medical Boards and American Medical Association telemedicine standards provide a good starting point, but their definitions are too narrow.
Cadence Announces Protium FPGA-Based Rapid Prototyping Platform
In addition to its Palladium series of hardware accelerators/emulators, Cadence has just announced its Protium FPGA-based next-generation rapid prototyping platform.
Apple-IBM Deal: Trouble for Google, Microsoft
Apple's alliance with IBM will make it harder for Android and Windows Phone to carve a niche in the workplace.