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The new devices offer excellent performance in terms of on-state resistance and simplify design with their cascading configuration that eliminates the need for complicated drivers and controls. The post 650 V-GaN and SiGe Rectifiers Solutions appeared first on EETimes.
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Among all self-driving car developers, Waymo is currently the only company making its lidar commercially available. But Waymo's partners are limited to only those who work in non-automotive autonomy. The post Waymo’s Lidar Plan: How’s It Working out? appeared first...
Ampere is on schedule to release Altra Max, the company's 128-core chip, in the fourth quarter. Ampere's goal is to demonstrate it can reliably deliver advances on a schedule. The post With 128-Core Chip, Ampere Seeks to Deliver Reliable Advances...
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Auto Safety bill, 'Moving Forward Act," Climbs the Hill as it passed the House of Representatives this week, while AV tech industry-supported 'AV START Act' remains stalled. The post Robocar Bill Stays Stalled, but DMS Climbs Hill appeared first on...
I would like to propose Pandemic Act of 2020. It includes a National Mask Day, which requires everyone to wear a mask are required when he is outside home, with others. The post A Good Start: National Mask Day appeared...
Quietly, but not secretly, building an end-to-end embedded developer platform for machine learning on microcontrollers The post Making TinyML Easy: Who is Edge Impulse? appeared first on EETimes.
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In your next-gen kitchen will you scan bar codes as you toss items in the trash? The newest home automation electronics may surprise even you. The post Innovative Home Automation from the Bedroom to the Kitchen appeared first on EETimes.
Sunny Bains presents a list of neuromorphic video clips curated to introduce you to some key neuromorphic computing approaches, platforms, and players. The post Escaping Lockdown: Neuromorphic Video Binge-Watch appeared first on EETimes.
Every once in a while, a company comes along with an innovative technology to completely disrupt an industry. That’s the case with Sourceability and the electronics distribution industry. Founded on July 15, 2015, in Doral, Florida, Sourceability became a global...
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Are data centers, service providers, and chip vendors ready for a cloud native world? There are common myths that may be impeding progress. The post 5 Myths About Cloud Native Servers appeared first on EETimes.
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Cloud-based security systems are expected to proliferate as the pandemic drags on. The post Covid Seen Driving the Security Sector appeared first on EETimes.
Broadcasters see the potential for 5G broadcasting, but there's been little progress thus far. The post The 5G Opportunity for Broadcasters Remains Tenuous appeared first on EETimes.
EPFL’s David Atienza explains federated learning technology’s software and hardware aspects and how it’s going to fast-track the AI tasks that humans can’t do well. The post Federated Learning Demands More Programmable Hardware appeared first on EETimes.
Bolaji Ojo, our fearless group publisher at AspenCore (of which EE Times is part), has decided to resign. I am profoundly sad to see him go. The post Let Bolaji Be Bolaji appeared first on EETimes.
IBM Research and CEA-Leti show their work on nanosheet architectures to drive the silicon performance needs of HPC applications. The post Air Spacers and Stacked GAA Nanosheets Drive Performance appeared first on EETimes.
Battery EVs vs. ICEVs market battle is explored. I offer analysis and perspectives of why and how BEVs will become the long-term winner. The post Battery EVs: Not If, But When and How Fast (Part 2) appeared first on EETimes.
Texas Instruments has introduced new buck-boost battery charger integrated circuits that integrate proper power management, offering maximum power density and universal and fast charging up to 97% efficiency. The post Buck-Boost Devices Extend Battery Life appeared first on EETimes.
Sensors and micro-electromechanical systems affect a wide range of systems in the commercial, industrial, and automotive markets. The post CIS: The Muscle behind the Proliferation of Cameras appeared first on EETimes.
Taiwan has earned some global praise for its effective action against the coronavirus through its platform by launching an "electronic fence" based on a mobile phone that uses tracking of signals. The post Taiwan’s Electronic Fence System appeared first on...
TV a la carte can add up quickly, but the flexibility is taking a bite out of the old pay-TV bundle. The post TV a la Carte a Lot Per Shot appeared first on EETimes.
US legislators introduced a second bill to expand support of domestic chip production. The post Another Bill to Revive Domestic Chip Industry is Proposed appeared first on EETimes.
Click on BOOKS in the navbar to find the 2020 edition of the Silicon 100. Is your favorite startup on this year's list? The post The Silicon 100: the Top Startups of 2020 appeared first on EETimes.
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There is an elephant in the AV room, although most reporters pretend not seeing one. I’m an analyst not a reporter, so when I see one, I see it's my job to call it out. The post Elephant in Automated...
A simple appliance repair dramatically reminded me of the meaning and importance of a genuine ground for the AC-line connection. The post Why I Was Almost Shocked – in Two Ways – by a Small Home AC Appliance appeared first...
The chip market was remarkably resilient in the first quarter. In retrospect, people staying home needed computers and connectivity. The post Chip Sector Provides a Lifeline During Pandemic appeared first on EETimes.