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Keeping Score

Does your company brag about market share numbers? Do you think they're meaningful? Do you care about the market share of components you design with or design tools you use?

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Monotonic Convergence

It looks like ASIC design is just catching up to the push-button methodology of FPGA design. "Just enough" has been the norm for FPGA place & route tools for a decade now.

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Ultraconductors

The 30% improvement is current research, clearly not ready for commercialization as Bryon communicates. But they project 50% to 70% improvement in 6 months given certain conditions, which is where it gets more interesting.

My question: They didn't say …

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Elevating Their Game

The recent Cadence acquisition of Forte is different from the Synopsys acquisition of Synfora (which was more of a fire sale). Does this level of investment in HLS from one of the big three EDA companies signal a turning point in the mainstream adoption o…

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Sensors Get Platforms

Will platforms help you get going with sensors? Or do you prefer to do everything yourself?

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Overview of Memory Types and DDR Interface Design Implementation

Hello, We found and fixed the figures. However, note that this article is ten years old as of this writing, so it may be a bit out of date.

Kevin

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Teaching Programming

My 10 year old plays with Scratch and games on Code.org. She may or may not grow up to be a programmer but I have seen firsthand how it's transforming the way she thinks. From planning out a process to considering cause and effect.. she is gaining more th…

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A Tale of Two Graphenes

Bryon,
Maybe performance is not what matters for graphene apps. Stated differently: it's a different material with very different properties; thus, depending on which direction the development of the materials take, the applications for it could be very …

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