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Flex Logix’ InferX X1 AI accelerator packs a punch on Yolo v3 and is priced for high volume The post Flex Logix’ Edge AI Accelerator Battles Nvidia on Price-Performance appeared first on EETimes.
GlobalFoundries discussed its technology roadmap; its plan to invest $1.4B in 2021; its expectation it will achieve profitability; and its intention to hold an IPO, perhaps in 2022. The post GlobalFoundries Offers Ambitious Tech Plans, While Eying an IPO appeared...
Capital spending for 5G infrastructure will initially be driven by 'greenfield' installations. The post Open RAN Capex Forecasts Soar appeared first on EETimes.
The miniaturization trend is also shaping the world of sensors. Smartphone applications, industrial joysticks, medical devices, gaming consoles and all sorts of other consumer electronic devices all rely on a growing number of sensors – which often need to be...
NXP unveiled a major design win for its battery management systems: Volkswagen. The German auto maker will use the system for its EV car platform. The post NXP Battery Management Systems Marry VWs’ EV Platform appeared first on EETimes.
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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. expects the main driver of its growth in the next several years to be HPC, overtaking its current smartphone business The post TSMC Sees HPC As Next Inflection Point appeared first on EETimes.
The pandemic pushed Prime Day, usually in July, into October. The retail world proclaimed it the de facto start to the holiday season. The post Prime Day Morphs Into Christmas-in-October appeared first on EETimes.
We are releasing a new book, "Sensors in Automotive -- Making Cars See and Think Ahead" on Tuesday, October 20th. The post Why a Book on ‘Sensors in Automotive’? appeared first on EETimes.
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Do biological, organic, biodegradable and/or compostable technologies exist that can provide functionality useful for electrical/electronic applications? The post Is the Biological Nutrient Cycle Possible for Electronics? appeared first on EETimes.
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GM will use a wireless battery management system in its electric vehicles co-developed with Analog Devices. The post Wireless Battery Management System for Electric Vehicles appeared first on EETimes.