Spec-TRACER addresses stringent design reporting demands in safety-critical markets, some of which are moving into the mainstream.
ARM could see shipments of embedded processors based on its architecture begin to outpace its rump market in mobile within four years if growth continues at current levels.
NXP Semiconductors has decided to buy tools supplier Code Red Technologies to help build up software support for its ARM-based microcontrollers.
And then bear in mind that the father of telephony is telling all design engineers a cautionary tale: Documentation. Documentation. Documentation.
Half the price, a 1GHz processor, 2GB of integrated storage and some 'interesting' plug-in capes. All for $45. Let the wild Linux-Making begin.
DAC 2013 wants to bridge the gap between hardware and embedded software technical conferences, and has dedicated 35% of this year's technical program to that goal.
AMD has stepped back into the market for embedded processors with a quad core design derived from its desktop APUs, which combine a general-purpose x86 subsystem with a GPU.
Dr Chenming Hu joins Mentor CEO Wally Rhines and Xilinx SVP Victor Peng to keynote free day-long User2User in San Jose on April 25th, capping a full technical program.
Scale-out computing has demands so different from conventional applications that it could reshape the way to design one class of multicore processors.
Two vendors have announced early adopter software implementations of the new video compression standard that promises an up to 50% bandwidth cut against H.264.
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