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Controlling the Automotive Network – CAN and TSN Update

Controlling the Automotive Network – CAN and TSN Update
by Bernard Murphy on 08-18-2021 at 6:00 am

automotive networks

Cars are hotbeds of systems innovation. I’ve been fortunate to be asked to write about many of these areas, from the MEMS underlying sensors to ISPs and radars, intelligent imaging and sensor fusion. And many aspects of design for safety within the SoCs around a car. But I haven’t written much about the networks connecting these … Read More


Webinar: Learn about NVMe conformance Testing

Webinar: Learn about NVMe conformance Testing
by Daniel Payne on 06-29-2021 at 6:00 am

QEMU min

Several years ago I recall upgrading my aging MacBook Pro laptop from using a Hard Disk Drive (HDD) to a Solid State Drive (SSD) that used Non-Volatile Memory (NVM). Oh what a speed improvement when pushing that On button each morning to start the work day, or clicking an App to see it launch without delay. Another epiphany for me in … Read More


Avery Levels Up, Starting with CXL

Avery Levels Up, Starting with CXL
by Bernard Murphy on 05-25-2021 at 6:00 am

QEMU block diagram min

Let me acknowledge up front that Avery isn’t the most visible EDA company around. If you know of them, you probably know their X-propagation simulator. Widely respected and used, satisfying a specialized need. They have also been quietly building over the years a stable of VIPs and happy customers, with a special focus on VIPs for… Read More