by Tom Williams, Editor-in-Chief
Computer security has been a never-ending struggle over many years. The importance and urgency of security increases with the spread of technology and our dependence on it, with itsRead More...
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by Robert Van Rooyen, Barr GroupConsumable components come with unique security challenges. Designed to be installed new and consumed through one or more cycles of product use before ultimately disposed and replaced, consumable components are incorporated into a variety of embedded systems—from medical devices to printers.
TECHNOLOGY IN CONTEXT
by Karl Freund and Dilip Ramachandran, AMD
TECHNOLOGY IN SYSTEMS
by Robert Day, Lynx Software TechnologiesWith the rise in availability of multicore embedded processors, especially those offering virtualization support, it is likely that the embedded world will follow the enterprise world and embrace the use of virtualization.
SMALL FORM FACTOR FORUM
by Tom Williams, Editor-in-ChiefNew technologies are enabling new ideas for expanding pervasive computing power into all walks of life—work, health, recreation and social interaction. The Internet of Things appears poised to embrace most of our daily activities.
by Tom Williams, Editor-In-Chief