Integrated engineering: How to break down data silos in a complex environment

Integrated engineering: How to break down data silos in a complex environment
by Admin on 08-12-2021 at 12:00 am

LIVE WEBINAR | 12 AUGUST 2021 | 10:00 AM EST/ 4:00 PM CET

In this webinar we will show you how integrated engineering creates the prerequisites for efficient workflows and interdisciplinary work on a single data platform in order to save costs and improve time-to-market.

Data silos still exist in engineering today. These data

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Data and Document Management System

Data and Document Management System
by Admin on 08-04-2021 at 12:00 am

LIVE WEBINAR | 04 AUGUST 2021 | 10:00 AM EST/ 4:00 PM CET

Join us for our next webinar where we will talk about the consequences of wrong decisions based on wrong data.

Keeping data and documents of a plant always up to date can not only be tedious, it also costs a lot of time. The consequences of wrong decisions based on wrong data can have
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Data and Document Management System

Data and Document Management System
by Admin on 07-20-2021 at 12:00 am

LIVE WEBINAR | 20 JULY 2021 | 10:00 AM EST/ 4:00 PM CET

Join us for our next webinar where we will talk about the consequences of wrong decisions based on wrong data.

Keeping data and documents of a plant always up to date can not only be tedious, it also costs a lot of time. The consequences of wrong decisions based on wrong data can have

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Gartner Data & Analytics Summit

Gartner Data & Analytics Summit
by Admin on 05-04-2021 at 12:00 am

May 4 – 6, 2021 | Americas | Virtual

Faced with a constantly evolving business landscape and unprecedented levels of uncertainty, it’s more vital than ever that data and analytics leaders such as the chief data officer and chief analytics officer (CDO and CAO) forge new paths to enable a data-and-analytics-centric culture within
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PCIe 5.0 Jumps to the Fore in 2019

PCIe 5.0 Jumps to the Fore in 2019
by Tom Simon on 03-06-2019 at 12:00 pm

2019 will be a big year for PCIe. With the approval of version 0.9 of the Base Layer for PCIe 5.0, implementers have a solid foundation to begin working on designs. PCIe 4.0 was introduced in 2017, before that the previous PCIe 3.0 was introduced in 2010 – ages ago in this industry. In fact, 5.0 is so close on the heels of 4.0, many products… Read More


Eta Compute Receives Two Awards from ARM at TechCon

Eta Compute Receives Two Awards from ARM at TechCon
by Tom Simon on 11-19-2018 at 7:00 am

Many startups set out with the goal of accomplishing a technical feat that was previously considered impossible. Quite frankly most do not succeed. Yet, occasionally a company comes along that succeeds with a game changing breakthrough. ETA Compute has done just this. Yet, even more impressively, this 3-year-old company has… Read More


Does the G in GDDR6 stand for Goldilocks?

Does the G in GDDR6 stand for Goldilocks?
by Tom Simon on 10-16-2018 at 12:00 pm

In the wake of TSMC’s recent Open Innovation Platform event, I spoke to Frank Ferro, Senior Director of Product Management at Rambus. His presentation on advanced memory interfaces for high-performance systems helped to shed some light on the evolution of system memory for leading edge applications. System implementers now… Read More


New Architectures for Automotive Intelligence

New Architectures for Automotive Intelligence
by Tom Simon on 03-14-2018 at 12:00 pm

My first car was a used 1971 Volvo 142 and probably did not contain more than a handful of transistors. I used to joke that it could easily survive the EMP from a nuclear explosion. Now, of course, cars contain dozens or more processors, DSP’s and other chips containing millions of transistors. It’s widely expected that the number … Read More


Increased Processing Power Moves to Edge

Increased Processing Power Moves to Edge
by Tom Simon on 02-06-2018 at 12:00 pm

Recently there has been a lot of buzz about 5G networks. Aside from the talk about it possibly being nationalized, 5G will be a lot different than its predecessors. Rather than a single data link in a predetermined band, 5G will consist of a web of connections all working together to support existing types of data traffic and many new… Read More


Neural Networks Leverage New Technology and Mimic Ancient Biological Systems

Neural Networks Leverage New Technology and Mimic Ancient Biological Systems
by Tom Simon on 12-26-2017 at 12:00 pm

Neural networks make it possible to use machine learning for a wide variety of tasks, removing the need to write new code for each new task. Neural networks allow computers to use experiential learning instead of explicit programming to make decisions. The basic concepts related to neural networks were first proposed in the 1940’s,… Read More