ARM has launched at TechCon its own crop of online forums intended to let engineers collaborate and share ideas and has asked for IoT ideas.
Digia has launched a graphical user interface development suite based on Qt that is aimed at embedded devices running Linux and Android.
XMOS integrates xCORE configurable, deterministic multicore microcontroller technology with ultra-low-power ARM Cortex-M3 processor to create a low-power ‘programmable system on chip’.
Mentor's new version of its RTOS targets once high-cost flexibility with secure and reliable in-operation upgrades and app swap-outs for medical, industrial and smart energy.
ARM has launched the -R version of its v8 architecture, targeting applications in automotive and industrial systems and possibly spawning a new generation of Linux-oriented microcontollers.
Cadence Design Systems has issued a call for papers for the European leg of its CDNLive of events for 2014. The deadline for the Silicon Valley event is also looming: the call closes mid-November 2013.
Silicon Labs is aiming at Internet of Things applications with an ARM Cortex M0+-based MCU family with encryption engine and low-energy DAC for biasing analog circuitry.
For the new web TV program Unhinged, Brian Fuller talked to venture capitalist Jim Hogan about the future of mixed-signal and the past of EDA.
In a keynote at the Intel Developer Forum, CEO Brian Krzanich said the company would start making 14nm processors by the year end and confirmed intel would license SoC designs to be fabbed by other companies.
SoC design gets hierarchical test strategy, improved compression; system design gains end-to-end IJTAG integration strategy
Synopsys automates standards-based hierarchical test insertion and improves test compression for SoCs; Mentor teams with ScanWorks for system-wide IJTAG.
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