New in-memory computing technology eliminates need to move large amounts of data around chip, to help addressing latency for time-critical applications, and power efficiency for IoT devices.
A roundup of this week’s embedded news including news on the Nvidia-Arm deal, Intel’s increasing presence in RISC-V, plus news, products, feature articles, people and funding news.
New MikroElektronika Click board specially designed for countries with less than 100% NB-IoT coverage, enabling LPWAN deployments using 2G, and switching to NB-IoT when available.
A roundup of this week’s embedded news including latest podcast covering lidar industry and intelligent connected car platforms, plus news, products, feature articles and people.
AdaCore and Ferrous Systems have joined forces to develop a safety-qualified Rust toolchain for mission- and safety-critical applications.
Together with partner imec, Intrinsic’s RRAM devices have been scaled to 50nm with switching behavior good enough for use in next generation of embedded non-volatile, solid-state memory.
Metalenz PolarEyes technology enables advanced polarization sensing in a small form factor which can be integrated into mobile phones, to offer new sensing features for managing healthcare on smartphones.
Partnership between CAES and Lattice Semiconductor aims to fill a gap in the market between large FPGAs and processors, and small FPGAs and microcontrollers for space applications.
With the eFPGA now readily available in many process nodes from multiple suppliers, Flex Logix offers predictions on what we can expect to see around eFPGA development and use cases in 2022 and beyond.