This week’s embedded news features various announcements including the latest from Hot Chips, a reference design for face authentication to be shown at IFA in Berlin, and more.
It’s time to establish the product security executive, or PSE, as its own category of security officer and give these professionals the recognition they deserve.
EE Times sat down with Efinix co-founder and CEO Sammy Cheung to learn about Efinix’s progress in the first 10 years of building an FPGA…
When Flash is external to the SoC, memory is no longer a limiting factor. Developers can select a best-in-class SoC based on its performance and scale Flash density independently. Being able to right-size Flash memory also reduces system cost and footprint.
This week’s embedded news features various announcements including a new 200MP image sensor, full design flow to tape out of a 5G mmWave IC, space FPGAs, and more.
The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently selected four post-quantum cryptography (PQC) algorithms for standardization. We caught up with NXP Semiconductors’ cryptography expert to find out what it means.
This week’s embedded news features various announcements around system on modules (SOMs), as well as news from Arm and CEVA on their chip shipment successes, plus more from the industry.
Relying purely on the cellular network using 4G LTE and 5G device-based positioning can eliminate the hardware and software complexity in IoT device tracking and location.
A look at using custom extensions in a RISC-V processor to enable power, performance and area (PPA) optimized true wireless stereo earbuds SoC design.