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Conference Highlights the Computational Power of Graphics Processors and their Move into Mobile and Embedded

Humans are visual creatures, and interacting with computer systems large and small on a visual basis has been a distant goal that was largely frustrated by the enormous demands of the sRead More...

Industry Insider

Industry Insider

Altera and Intel Extend Partnership to Include Development of Multi-Die Devices Altera and Intel have announced their collaboration on the development of multi-die devices that leveragRead More...

Technology Connected

VPX Optical Interfaces Boost System Capabilities

For well over 150 years, copper interconnections have served the telecommunication and radio industry admirably for nearly all implementations of industrial, commercial, military and coRead More...

New System Architectures to Interface High Data Rate Sensors

The development of the market for high-performance surveillance systems has led to a significant growth of sophisticated and powerful sensors. These sensors can be high-definition dayliRead More...

Technology Core

Achieving Frictionless Parallel Processing with the Heterogeneous System Architecture

GPUs have transitioned in recent years from pure graphics accelerators to more general-purpose parallel processors, supported by standard APIs and tools such as OpenCL and DirectComputeRead More...

Qseven Standard Guides AMD G-Series into Even Smaller Form Factors

In 2013, AMD shocked the embedded systems market by announcing the first x86 quad-core system on chip (SoC). Previously, x86 SoCs were limited to two CPU cores along with modest graphicRead More...

Technology Deployed

Internet of Things Transforms Connected Health Applications

Medical OEMs and developers have an opportunity within the growing connected health market, designing low power systems focused on graphics-rich computing. Module-based designs add valuRead More...

Technology in Systems

Small Form Factors, and Data Acquisition, and the Internet of Things, Oh My!

One source defines the Internet of Things as “a world where physical objects are seamlessly integrated into the information network, and where the physical objects can become actiRead More...