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GSMA is not even going to try to postpone. The organization is already looking ahead to Mobile World Congress 2021. The post Mobile World Congress Cancelled appeared first on EETimes.
Hyundai’s all-digital road noise cancellation system uses Analog Devices’ Automotive Audio Bus technology to offer high-fidelity audio while reducing the weight of wiring in cars. The post All-Digital Road Noise Cancellation System Hits the Road appeared first on EETimes.
Eta Compute now has production silicon for ‘world’s most energy-efficient’ endpoint AI processor The post Endpoint AI in a Matter of Microwatts appeared first on EETimes.
What kind of impact is coronavirus having on smaller companies around the world? Here's one view from an electronics components distributor supplying high-reliability components The post Coronavirus Impact on Low Volume High-Reliability Electronics Supply Chain appeared first on EETimes.
5 days ago in News
Power engineers can reduce the size of the solution by up to 80% while maximizing efficiency and isolation in high-voltage industrial applications. The post Isolated Power Transfer in an IC-Sized Package appeared first on EETimes.
Making the case for edge intelligence: no networks and real-time data. The post Edge Intelligence Ticks Many Boxes For AI appeared first on EETimes.
In the short term, there will be jobs for engineers in AI, big data, and VR. The resulting technologies are likely to eliminate millions of other jobs, however. The post Engineers: Remaining Relevant in 2020 and Beyond appeared first on...
6 days ago in News
An ultrasound technique developed by Italian researchers reduces tremors and improves the quality of life of people who have Parkinson's disease. The post Ultrasound Appears to Relieve Parkinson’s Symptoms appeared first on EETimes.
The emergence of silicon-based microphones has reshaped the audio landscape. But in the coming years, market research firm Yole Dévelopment is convinced that artificial intelligence will lead the market evolution and transformation. The post Where Is the Real Value in...
EE Times exclusive! The new chip targets AI-powered voice interfaces in IoT devices — "the most important AI workload at the endpoint." The post XMOS adapts Xcore into AIoT ‘crossover processor’ appeared first on EETimes.
1 week ago in News
The authors of The Fourth Terminal: Benefits of Body Biasing Techniques for FD-SOI Circuits and Systems make the case for body biasing, describing it as “a new and efficient tuning knob.” The post Body Bias Gets Its Own Book appeared...
As data processing, storage, data management and data analytics of IoT/IIoT devices are shifted to the cloud, the need to access them by many different types of users has multiplied. The post Who’s Responsible for Data Breaches in the Cloud?...
Aspencore Media, the publishing house that owns EE Times, has launched a Special Project, “Outbreak in Wuhan,” seeking to define the global impact of the deadly virus in the electronic industry. The post Outbreak in Wuhan appeared first on EETimes.
The lockdown in Wuhan is affecting a whole host of local high-tech companies. They range from manufacturers of display panels, memory, fiber optics, auto parts to suppliers of components, bio-medicine and medical devices. Here's who's who. The post Lockdown: Who’s...
How will western economies respond to mitigate the risks inherent on relying on a single manufacturing source? The post Coronavirus Exposes West’s Vulnerability appeared first on EETimes.
The beleaguered Chinese manufacturing hub faces a virus-borne existential crisis. The post Wuhan Profile: Besieged City Fights its Next Battle appeared first on EETimes.
2 weeks ago in News
Standing still is not an option for an industry renowned for innovation. Companies can still take steps to mitigate the impact of the outbreak. The post Coronavirus Tests Tech’s Supply Chain Resilience appeared first on EETimes.
Sophisticated power management is essential to keep up the rapid progress of digital technology. The use of energy harvesting solutions can contribute to an important turning point for ultra-low power solutions in the IoT. The post Thermal and Vibration Energy...
Etron rejuvenates DRAM for edge IoT applications and Lattice Semiconductor sees its potential. The post Legacy DRAM Finds Its Way to the Edge appeared first on EETimes.
Lockheed Martin has leveraged augmented, mixed reality to reduce touch labor for the Orion spacecraft. The post AR is Propelling Space Manufacturing appeared first on EETimes.
It’s not just in Wuhan. Also in Shenzhen, all shops and restaurants are closed except some supermarkets and pharmacies. The post Is Shenzhen Going Viral? appeared first on EETimes.
It’s hard to square the “all is well” stance in China's chip sector with reports from other markets. The outbreak will create a significant near-term reduction in LCD production in China, says IHS Markit. The post China Maintains Chip Output...
With UWB expected to significantly proliferate as a result of the Apple effect, the Irish fabless chip company was an attractive acquisition target The post Qorvo Acquires UWB Chip Provider Decawave for $400m appeared first on EETimes.
The standard response from the AV tech industry to the question of “Why self-driving?” is to save lives. Really? The post Why AV? Just Say It: You’re Only in It for The Money appeared first on EETimes.
Server segments are driving significantly higher performance requirements from memory subsystems. The post Data Centers Drive DDR5 Demand appeared first on EETimes.