Embedded Systems Design, January/February 2012

January 30, 2012

January 30, 2012

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Features:
Cover story:
"Controlling network flow with the OpenFlow protocol"
By Daniel Proch, Netronome
A new twist on network flow processing gives network administrators programmatic control of network flows to strategically place traffic where resources exist. Here’s why you may be building the open-source specification OpenFlow (or similar protocol) into routers, switches, and other devices to realize the benefits of Software-Defined Networks.

"Underfill revisited: How a decades-old technique enables smaller, more durable PCBs"
By Michael Yu and Syed Wasif Ali, Nexlogic Technologies
A well-orchestrated PCB design and assembly plan is required to successfully implement techniques such as underfill in next generation OEM embedded consumer and mobile designs.

Columnists:
Programmer's Toolbox
By Jack W. Crenshaw
"Quiet down out there!"
If we know something about the dynamics of the system, we can make a better estimate of what it’s doing now and what it’s going to do next.

Break Points:
By Jack G. Ganssle
"Quirky chips"
Jack has fun describing some of his favorite quirky chips from the past; some of these are still around.

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By Colin Holland
"Taking the podium"
DESIGN West is the Embedded Systems Conference on steroids.

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