by Colin Cureton and Mitch Furman, Advanced Micro Devices
How advancements in parallel processing, power scalability and open development frameworks are transforming compute-intensive applications from avionics to medical imaging and beyond.
The concept of ‘high performance computing’ (HPC) typically calls to mind a vast server farm underpinned by tens to hundreds of thousands of processing elements, orchestrating theRead More...
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by Bill Weinberg, Black Duck SoftwareOpen source software will help drive the IoT build-out, but dominance in IoT technologies is not a foregone conclusion. Open source does indeed dominate large swaths of intelligent networking and Cloud platform software. For that to translate into IoT dominance, developer communities will have to cross key gaps and implement technologies essential to the Internet of Things.
TECHNOLOGY IN CONTEXT
by John Carbone, Express LogicToday’s complex and powerful processors and SoCs demand more than just an RTOS and some drivers to get the developer started. A comprehensive and consistent software development environment along with a sample hardware board is increasingly essential for OEMs to start adding value.
TECHNOLOGY IN SYSTEMS
by Robert White, Multi-Media SolutionsGetting the basic networking set up right for a digital signage project is of course important. But additional thought must also be given to content and how the anticipated user base will interact with the planned set-up for a particular customer.
by Mark Stross, ANC Sports EnterprisesDigital signage systems depend on the underlying network to support basic connectivity but also the needs of the data to be distributed and the purpose of the signage system. They must also provide security, reliability and flexibility for future applications.
SMALL FORM FACTOR FORUM
by Tom Williams, Editor-in-ChiefThe embedded electronics and software content of automobiles is exploding. In order to keep up with this and meet time-to-market and safety requirements, manufacturers are embracing standards.
by Tom Williams, Editor-in-Chief