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How Should A Company Respond To Negative Social Media and Blog Comments? By Steve Farnsworth @Steveology When someone starts to criticize your company or latest business move online, what can you d...
In his recent blog on EETimes, Kurt Shuler of Arteris took a whimsical look at the hype surrounding the IoT, questioning the overall absence of practicality and a misplaced focus on use cases at the expense of a coherent architecture. I don’t think it is all that bleak, but when it comes to architecture, Kurt is right, and here is the case in terms of sensor clusters. If all a community has to work with is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail – so it is with the IoT. We’ve been trying to hammer IoT solutions into the classic three-tier telecom hierarchy: core, aggregation or distribution, and edge or access. That hierarchy developed over time as a way to combine high-throughput voice and data traffic on an IP packet-based infrastructure. Trillions of dollars of infrastructure now deliver multimedia services to billions of users. And it’s almost all the
At the recent DVcon there was a keen focus on design verification and validation. Much of the attention is on Logic/circuit design verification, UVM, and IP verification. At the system level functional verification has improved to comprehend complex hardware and software interaction using Virtual Platforms/SystemC and Transaction Level Model simulation that complements the software development and debug activities. The backend validation remains a complex task, which often delays successful product launch and adoption. Designs must now also satisfy use case specific and scenario dependent power and thermal targets. These requirements are defined by marketing and the customers at inception and successful designs must converge on these targets much earlier in the development process. Complete system level verification and software validation must also comprehend the power and thermal validation flows in the verification area. UVM and IP verification is good and necessary, however, complex SoC verification also requires dynamic and coupled simulation to meet power targets, verify power management and validate thermal management algorithms and policy.
This was probably one of the most memorable keynotes I have seen. Probably because it supports my belief that the infamous Intel slide that “projected” Intel will continue the manufacturing cost improvement curve at 14nm and 10nm is pure marketing fluff. Even more interesting, according to Intel, other semiconductor manufacturers can’t continue but Intel can. I knew this slide was complete nonsense but it was impossible for me to prove since Intel does not share costing data. Well, Wally Rhines does not give up as easily as I do and in his EDPS dinner keynote he presented compelling data contrary to Intel’s “projections”.10777My beautiful wife travels with me now since our youngest child turned eighteen and I get her feedback on some of the events we attend. She absolutely loved the EDPS Workshop in Monterey since it was right on the beach and she was invited in the keynote
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Varying incentives and other factors mean the savings can vary significantly by state. So which state's drivers get the quickest return on their electric-car investment?
California is the most electric-car-friendly state, right? Guess again!
They are unproven marketing platforms, with a dearth of data, but messaging apps have a tantalizing reach unavoidable to big brands.
Thanks in no small part to T-Mobile's free global data initiative, US carriers have begun to lighten the fee load when it comes time to roam. But you'll