Internet-of-things (IoT) security seems to be passing through various phases as a topic. It started as, “Wait, what? I need security? But why???” Frankly, we probably haven’t moved completely out of that one, but we’ve made progress. Next comes, “What does security mean?” And that continues as well. But a third phase has started, and that’s one of, “OK, I get it, but … Read More → "Security In and On the Application"
What do robotic beehives, FPGAs, and AI at the edge have in common? This week’s episode of Fish Fry of course! First up, we chat with Sammy Cheung CEO of Efinix. Sammy and I explore the challenges of launching a new FPGA company today and why artificial intelligence applications at the edge are perfect for their Trion™ FPGA silicon platform. Also this week, we … Read More → "Accelerating AI at the Edge"
It’s an idea rooted in the very identity of the products that the semiconductor industry puts out: the integrated circuit (or IC). For decades, our job has been to take lots of things that used to exist as separate components – transistors, resistors, capacitors, and such – and build them all in close proximity on a single monolithic piece of silicon.
I hope you have your sunscreen and sunglasses packed my friends because we’re going on an EDA escapade this week! First up, we head down the IP interstate with Neil Robinson (Cadence Design Systems) who is giving us a grand tour of LiDAR, radar, 5G and the Tensilica ConnX B20 DSP. Also this week, Bob Smith (Executive Director – Electronic System Design Alliance) joins us to discuss … Read More → "EDA Escapade"
Recently, a colleague sent me a note on LinkedIn asking about an article I wrote over a decade ago called “Renaissance FAEs” – celebrating field application engineers (FAEs) working for FPGA companies. I went back and read the piece again, and was struck by three things:
First, the article is still just as relevant today as it was over ten years … Read More → "FPGA FAE Redux Paradox"