Altera has launched the first first SDK to take OpenCL software and target it to FPGAs rather than general-purpose processors or graphics processors.
A group of companies based in the UK have formed a group that hopes to develop and promote standards for machine-to-machine (M2M) communications that employ gaps in radio spectrum rather than relying on dedicated frequency bands.
ARM has named the first pair of processor cores that employ its 64bit architecture and revealed that an architectural clean-up is likely to result in the smaller of the pair requiring less silicon real estate than the existing 32bit Cortex-A9.
AMD adopts ARM64 to promote heterogeneous processing and encourage users to break with Intel and x86 in the enterprise market.
The Object Management Group has adopted the Vector Signal and Image Processing Library (VSIPL) for C and VSIPL++ for C++ as standard specifications that it will manage and promote.
Open-source hardware is going to change the way people buy computing capacity for data centers, says LSI's Rob Ober
Samsung Electronics is setting up a center in Silicon Valley to try to develop technologies that the company hopes will ultimately drive volume for its chipmaking operation.
The president and co-CEO of Synopsys provides his take on the mounting influence of software and physical effects in the creation of SoCs.
Texas Instruments has put together a tool aimed at users of its MSP430 microcontroller family that will help cut the power consumption of their applications.
The Yocto Project brings the 'ecosystem' concept to embedded Linux and the tool vendor's launch builds that idea out nicely.
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