As nations go into lockdown in the hope of slowing the spread of Covid-19, we take a look at design engineers in Europe to see how they are working from home.
Several chip vendors are implementing physically unclonable functions (PUF) to enable security in IoT devices; we looked at two of these approaches.
Intel has scaled up its neuromorphic computing system by integrating 768 of its Loihi chips into a 5 rack-unit system called Pohoiki Springs.
Holography is coming back — not in the familiar sci-fi movie form of, for example, Princess Leia and R2D2 — but as a commercial head-up display (HUD) for next-generation vehicles to aid drivers and passengers.
Microchip has launched a range of IoT solutions for rapid prototyping by using cloud connectivity for all integrated microcontroller solutions.
Cadence has been present in India since 1987, after the acquisition of Gateway Design Automation. How has the company evolved in the country over the past 30 years, and what has changed in the broader ecosystem in India? Jaswinder Ahuja, corporate vice president and managing director at Cadence Design Systems (India) Pvt. Ltd., offers his thoughts on the journey and India’s transformation so far.