• Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Embedded systems are evolving, but where are the tools??
    Published. November 13, 2012

    Embedded hardware and software are experiencing exciting advances but free, open source technologies only go so far in connecting them. Help is on the way.The post Embedded systems are evolving, but where are the tools?? appeared first on Tech Design Forums....

  • Consumerization: BYOD

    Consumerization: BYOD

    How to pre-populate an SMS using PHP or JS please
    Published. December 5, 2012

    We are developing a mobile payment system which enable our Agents to collect cash (in person) from our members and update our online database via PHP/MySQL. Our Android Smartphone Agents CAN send an instant SMS receipt to the Member at the time of payment (despite lots of expert advice saying ......

  • EEBeat


    Twitter’s Heartbeat and the Human Condition
    Published. December 4, 2012

    Using Twitter a day will keep the doctor away. That’s right, forget having that daily apple, your health may very well be improved simply by using Twitter through well…. Apple. And it’s all account of engineers. What am I talking about? Well, since Twitter is built on open source software, Twitter engineers use, contribute to [...]...

  • Soft Talk - Multicore and Parallel Programming

    Soft Talk - Multicore and Parallel Programming

    Merry Christmas from Intel
    Published. December 4, 2012

    Intel is sponsoring the Android Christmas party at The Counting House this Thursday – an informal evening of food, drinks, and Android chat. Kicking off the evening, there’s going to be a quick presentation on developing apps for Android on Windows 8 and Ultrabooks. I’m looking forward to finding a bit more about this from [...]...

  • Linux and Open Source

    Linux and Open Source

    Open-source MariaDB, a MySQL fork, challenges Oracle
    Published. December 5, 2012

    MariaDB, the MySQL fork database management system, is throwing down the gauntlet to Oracle by forming a foundation to promote its alternative DBMS software....

  • TI E2E Community

    TI E2E Community

    Blog Post: Leader of the Pack: TI's Leonardo Estevez
    Published. November 30, 2012

    Texas Instruments’ Leonardo Estevez was writing computer code when he was just 10 years old. His father had purchased a TI-99/4A home computer – it was $525 at the time – and Estevez took the initiative to program it. And then started offering computer tutorials to friends. No surprises that he was so ahead of the game. The chief system software designer, who works daily in TI’s prestigious Kilby Labs, has a knack for innovation – and he was just recognized for his work...

  • Simon Phipp's Blog

    Simon Phipp's Blog

    GitHub needs to take open source seriously
    Published. November 30, 2012

    Some of the would-be cool kids of software say we are in the "post open source" world. Several weeks ago, James Governor, founder of analyst firm RedMonk, put it this way on Twitter: "younger devs today are about POSS - Post open source software. f*** the license and governance, just commit to github."read more...

  • A View From the Top

    A View From the Top

    What does the Sagrada Familia and Embedded Linux have in common?
    Published. November 27, 2012

    What does the Sagrada Familia and Embedded Linux have in common? I recently attended the Embedded Linux Conference in Barcelona representing Synopsys.   I must admit, it is nice to have conferences in beautiful places so you can kill two birds with one stone. When not networking, speaking or sitting in sessions, I enjoyed seeing the [...]...


    Learning limits of Linux distribution infrastructure
    Published. November 26, 2012

    Its only when you stress a distribution infrastructure that you truly see its limits. And as often as not, the fail winds up being widespread. Our new 60 bay JackRabbit unit with CentOS 6.3 on it … and this is not a bash at CentOS, they do a great job rebuilding the Red Hat distribution [...]...

  • Sandro Groganz, Open Source Marketing Consultant

    Sandro Groganz, Open Source Marketing Consultant

    Branding and the Open Source Marketplace
    Published. November 26, 2012

    I’m quite busy with transitioning from my life as a consultant to working for Magnolia. Hence, I was not yet able to let you know that published yet another article from yours truly. In the extremely overcrowded open source Continue reading →...

  • Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Best Buy Cyber Monday 2012 deals on tablets, laptops, desktop computers
    Published. November 26, 2012

    Didn't buy a new PC on Black Friday? You can get sales on a 10-inch Lenovo Android tablet for $229.99 or an HP Envy Ultrabook for $549.99 at the retailer's website today....

  • EDA Blog

    EDA Blog

    Mentor Embedded In-vehicle Infotainment Solution is GENIVI 3.0 Compliant
    Published. November 21, 2012

    The Mentor Embedded In-vehicle Infotainment (IVI) solution is now complaint with the GENIVI 3.0 specification. The Mentor Embedded Linux-based Infotainment solution integrates graphics, communication and multimedia middleware with libraries, system infrastructure and management components on top of Linux, and optimized drivers and BSPs for specific hardware. Read more: Mentor Embedded In-vehicle Infotainment Solution is GENIVI [...]...

  • Branden Williams' Security Coverage Blog

    Branden Williams' Security Coverage Blog

    Links from 2012-10-22 through 2012-10-25
    Published. October 25, 2012

    Links from 2012-10-22 through 2012-10-25: Experts warn about security flaws in airline boarding passes – The Washington Post – When will people learn? Researchers Reveal Massive Encryption Faults in Android Apps Used by Millions – Possibly Related Posts: Links for 2012-11-20 So you want to guest post? October 2012 Roundup Links from 2012-10-08 through 2012-10-16 [...]...

  • Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    Optimizing ARM Based Designs for Low Power using Emulation
    Published. November 19, 2012

    The month November goes to the Brits, no question. Not only did the James Bond movie Skyfall open, but Santa Clara also experienced somewhat of a "British Invasion" for ARM TechCon in the Santa Clara convention center. To be there properly I even brought out my favorite new pin striped suit ;). With that being at the cleaners now that ARM TechCon is over, I am reflecting on what I heard. In my mind ARM TechCon's focus was all about low-power -- at all levels of abstraction. Various...

  • McAfee Labs

    McAfee Labs

    Mobile Crime Doesn’t Pay–in Japan
    Published. November 15, 2012

    Writing Android malware can be a lucrative business for a criminal. One can create an SMS-sending Trojan horse or a botnet client and sit back to collect the money. It can also be a very brief business, leading one directly to jail. The crooks behind Android/OneClickFraud (malware that extorts users) and Android/DougaLeaker (malware that steals Read more......

  • All About Microsoft

    All About Microsoft

    Microsoft Office for iOS, Android to have Office 365 subscription tie-in: Report
    Published. November 7, 2012

    The rumors of Microsoft porting Office to iOS and Android continue to rage. And there could be an Office 365 subscription connection if a new report is correct....

  • Jason Andrews Blog

    Jason Andrews Blog

    Creating Custom File Systems and the Linux Loop Device
    Published. November 5, 2012

    A few weeks ago we had a crisis at our house. My son managed to delete the data from my daughter's USB memory stick. Not only did he delete it, but he did it in such a strange way I have no idea what he could have done. She was not too happy since all of her recent school work was on the memory stick. My best guess is that he deleted it by mistake, recognized what he had done, went into the recycle bin, but instead of restoring the files, tried to manually copy the files back to the stick...

  • Brian's Brain

    Brian's Brain

    Open source: not always a successful course
    Published. October 30, 2012

    The longstanding Achilles Heel of most open-source software is the lack of adequate help, maintained by one or a handful of developers and "supported" by a rag-tag band of enthusiasts....

  • NextGenLog


    #TABLETS: "For the Rest of Us Run Windows 8"
    Published. October 29, 2012

    Since the tablet mania started by Apple's iPad and Google's Nexus tablets, Windows users have been suffering from tablet-envy, but no more, as now the largest user-base in the world has begun the transition from the PC- to the tablet-computing era: R. Colin Johnson Here is what Windows8Center says about tablet-envy: Surface represents Microsoft’s 21st-century approach to computing, arguably as innovative as the previous century’s move from Windows from DOS. The touch-enabled, tile-based user...

  • Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    “MicroFlix”…Funny name; how crazy would it be if Netflix joined the Microsoft Family?
    Published. October 29, 2012

    If Microsoft were to buy Netflix - and it's a big "if", since it's only a rumor - MSFT could join Apple, Amazon and Google in having a huge influence on the embedded industry. Continue reading →...

  • The Java Posse

    The Java Posse

    Java Posse #397 - Newscast for Oct 26th 2012
    Published. October 27, 2012

    Newscast for Oct 26th 2012 Fully formatted shownotes can always be found at http://javaposse.comImpressions of JavaOne? Future of Java - lots of Lambda Stuff 2 years after acquiring Sun Microsystems (and Java along with it), Dr. Dobbs has a report card for how they are doing ScalaWags Scala 2.10 RC...

  • Open Source Initiative blogs

    Open Source Initiative blogs

    OSI and OSHWA Sign Agreement
    Published. October 4, 2012

    Following discussions about the Open Source and Open Source Hardware logos, OSI and the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) have worked together to compose a co-existence agreement on behalf of their representative communities. We are pleased to announce that this document (PDF) has been approved and signed by both parties! This means that each group separately has control of their respective logo and in particular that the Open Source Hardware community can continue using the OSWH logo with...

  • Fusion


    Announcing AMD AppZone Player, Powered by BlueStacks
    Published. September 27, 2012

    BlueStacks' powered AMD AppZone Player brings Android apps to Windows based PCs Continue reading...

  • Always On Real

    Always On Real

    Mobile Breakfast Series – Dec 11 – Seattle – What is in store for Mobile 2013?
    Published. October 15, 2012

    Hope you are enjoying the advent of the fall. We are preparing for our final Mobile Breakfast Series of the year. What is in store for Mobile 2013 2012 has been an incredible year for mobile. We crossed several key industry milestones – 6.5B subscriptions, 1B subscriptions in China, 1B broadband subscriptions, 500M android activations, Apple’s monstrous [...]...

  • Adam Sherer Blog

    Adam Sherer Blog

    UVM SystemVerilog in a Multi-Language SoC World: UVM-ML Webinar
    Published. October 11, 2012

    Every SoC project uses multiple languages. Even if the design itself is purely Verilog RTL, it's likely that you have some PLI-based stimulus. In many cases there are multiple languages in use due to multiple suppliers, globalized teams, multiple abstractions, and more. Integrating e, SystemVerilog, SystemC, and C/C++ into one simulation is basic but insufficient for SoC verification.  The question asked by SoC verification teams is "how can these work together in a cohesive...

  • Electronics Design Articles

    Electronics Design Articles

    How To Boot Linux In Under One Second
    Published. October 8, 2012

    By Kurt LarsonLogic PD’s Zip technology allows Linux to boot in under 1 second. Technology Editor Bill Wong talked with Kurt Larson, Director of Product Management, about how Logic PD managed this feat....

  • Ed Burnette's Dev Connection

    Ed Burnette's Dev Connection

    PlayFirst abandons PC/Mac market for greener mobile pastures
    Published. October 9, 2012

    PlayFirst calls it quits on PC and Mac, doubling down on iOS and Android instead. Flo fans will just have to go buy a tablet to get their daily dash on....

  • FPGA Blog

    FPGA Blog

    Innovative SBC-K7 Embedded PC Board Features Xilinx Kintex 7 FPGA
    Published. September 27, 2012

    Innovative Integration introduced the new SBC-K7 embedded PC board. The SBC-K7 combines an Atom or i7 PC running Windows/Linux/VxWorks with a Xilinx Kintex 7 FPGA (from K325T to K410T) and industry-compliant FMC (FPGA mezzanine card) I/O sites. It features a Type-6 COM Express module which provides full PC software and hardware compatibility. The SBC-K7 embedded [...]...

  • Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    TinyDuino Microcontroller Is Smaller Than a Quarter
    Published. September 21, 2012

    Arduino is probably the world’s most popular open source physical computing platform. The little microcontrollers show up in everything from wild art projects to serious home automation efforts. It’s great and all, but couldn’t it be … smaller? Electrical engineer Ken Burns thought so, and got to work on the TinyDuino. TinyDuino is a fully Arduino-compatible [...]...

  • Jack Erickson's Blog

    Jack Erickson's Blog

    iPhone5 Differentiation is Chip Design
    Published. September 19, 2012

    In case you may have missed it, Apple recently launched a new iPhone. As per the iPhone launch tradition, it brings with it a lot of excitement over the latest capabilities. Of course we don't know everything until it is actually available, but this latest incarnation has broken all kinds of records for pre-sales, so it must be groundbreaking. Right?There are a lot of comparisons out there between the iPhone 5 and the 4S, but in reading through all of them it seems on the surface like the 5 is...

  • Team Specman Blog

    Team Specman Blog

    What Does it Take to Migrate from e to UVMe?
    Published. September 5, 2012

    So you are developing your verification environment in e, and like everyone else, you've been hearing a lot of buzz surrounding UVM (Universal Verification Methodology). Maybe you would also like to give it a try. The first question that pops in your mind is, "What would it take to migrate from e to UVM e?"Well, this is a bit of a trick question. The short answer is that if you've adopted eRM in the past, migration to UVM e will only take a few minutes. If your environment is not...

  • Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    EEVblog #333 – Unwritten Rules of OSHW
    Published. August 13, 2012

    FORUM LINK HERE Dave lists the 5 unwritten rules of Open Source Hardware (OSHW), that have essentially been around since the very early electronics magazine project days. These are over an above the legal obligations under whatever license is used. #1 Don’t clone. Innovate. #2 If you sell it, you support it. #3 Give the [...]...

  • Gabe On EDA

    Gabe On EDA

    New SystemC Library Available from Accellera
    Published. July 18, 2012

    Accellera Systems Initiative has released version 2.3.0 of its SystemC open source proof-of-concept library, now available at no charge. Compatible with the newly revised IEEE 1666 "Standard SystemC Language Reference Manual," announced by the IEEE Standards Association in November 2011, version 2.3.0 provides a number of important new features, including support for transaction-level modeling (TLM). read more...

  • Verification Horizons Blog

    Verification Horizons Blog

    SystemC Standardization Cycle Completes
    Published. July 17, 2012

    Open-Source Proof-of-Concept Library Released Accellera Systems Initiative has released for general industry use an open-source proof-of-concept library as a companion to the recently minted IEEE Std. 1666™-2011, SystemC Language Reference Manual standard In November 2011, the IEEE Standards Association approved IEEE Std. 1666-2011.  The completed and published standard was made available to the community as [...]...

  • Robert MuellerAlbrecht (Intel)

    Robert MuellerAlbrecht (Intel)

    New development tool suites supporting Intel® Atom™ processor N4xx and Z6xx
    Published. June 21, 2010

    In the late May/early June time frame the new pair of Linux* and Intel® Atom™ processor targeted tool suites has finally been released: Intel® Application Software Development Tool Suite 2.2 for Intel® Atom™ processor Intel® Embedded Software Development Tool Suite 2.2 for Intel® Atom™ processor These two tool suites have already been tested against some [...]...

  • Tao B Wang (Intel)

    Tao B Wang (Intel)

    Explained on Video: Intel HAXM and How It Can Help Android App Development
    Published. June 6, 2012

    This video shows how any Android developer using an Intel® Architecture (IA) based host PC with Windows, Mac or Linux can greatly speed up Android emulation by leveraging Intel® Virtualization Technology. Side by side comparisons show the performance gains of using the free Intel® HAXM driver with the Intel® x86 Atom™ System Image to deliver [...]...

  • Ran Avinun's Blog

    Ran Avinun's Blog

    Why the Demand for Acceleration and Emulation is Growing
    Published. February 14, 2011

    The dream of any marketer is a growing demand for its product line. Let me start this blog by quoting the System Realization (part of the Cadence EDA360 strategy) section from the transcript of the recent (Q4) Cadence earnings call. "In April (2010), we introduced the Verification Computing Platform, enabling emulation, acceleration, and simulation all on one single platform. Customers who are designing SoCs at 40nm and below find this product necessary to meet the time-to-market and quality targets....

  • Steven Brown's Blog

    Steven Brown's Blog

    Pre-RTL Software Development -- You Can't Get Your Product to Market Without It!
    Published. May 23, 2011

    It's been an exciting month for the System Realization team with the announcement of our System Development Suite. One of the new products, the Cadence Virtual System Platform, made its debut at the Embedded Systems Conference and has generated a lot of interest from our customers. DAC is right around the corner, and we'll be there with the latest demos of the System Development Suite, and a suite demo focusing on the VIrtual System Platform on Monday at 3pm, Tuesday at 9am, and Wednesday...

  • Ylian Saint-Hilaire (Intel)

    Ylian Saint-Hilaire (Intel) - Drag & drop to Terminal
    Published. May 15, 2012

    Well, we just got ourself a new feature! With, you can access the command prompt of any Windows, Mac OSX and Linux computers from our web based terminal. Works in any browser. It's useful when you need to do advanced operations. It's especially useful for Linux machines where the command prompt is really powerful. So, [...]...

  • MontaVista Blog

    MontaVista Blog

    Conference Report: Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2011
    Published. November 30, 2011

    In late October 2011 I had the opportunity to attend the Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELCE) in Prague, Czech Republic as a representative of the community, sponsored by Linux Foundation.  As a new member of the MontaVista team, I’d …Read more »...

  • Olliance Group: Open Means Business

    Olliance Group: Open Means Business

    Open Source and the Mobile Applications Gold Rush
    Published. September 2, 2011

    Since the launch of the Apple iPhone App Store in July 2008, the focus on investment in mobile/wireless has shifted from handsets for their own sake to a near obsession with mobile phones as applications platforms, and to building and marketing applications for them. Apple didn’t invent the applications store concept – handset manufacturer Palm [...]...

  • Law & Life: Silicon Valley

    Law & Life: Silicon Valley

    2011: Top Ten FOSS Legal Developments
    Published. January 9, 2012

    Last year, 2011, was one of the most active years in legal developments in FOSS. This activity reflects the increase in FOSS use: Laura Wurster of Gartner, noted in the Harvard Business Review blog that open source has hit a “strategic tipping point” this year with companies increasingly focused on using “open source” software for competitive [...]...

  • Joseph Hupcey Blog

    Joseph Hupcey Blog

    2012 CES: Top 3 Trends Impacting EDA This Year
    Published. January 17, 2012

    For years now consumer electronics have driven (nay, saved) the EDA industry.  Hence, many events at last week's annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas can be extrapolated as leading indicators for the EDA business.  While I couldn't personally attend CES this year, I had two trusted agents (specifically, Unified Communications (UC) expert David Danto of Dimension Data, and Joseph Hupcey Jr., video & communications systems architect and father of yours truly) on the...

  • Veera Sundar

    Veera Sundar

    EasyMock tutorial – Getting Started
    Published. June 30, 2012

    In this post, I’m going to show you what EasyMock is and how you can use it for testing your java application. For this purpose, I’m going to create a simple Portfolio application and test it using JUnit & EasyMock libraries. Before we begin, lets first understand the need behind using EasyMock. Lets say, you are building an Android [...]...

  • Common Thread

    Common Thread

    Problems building Android on Ubuntu 11
    Published. January 16, 2012

    Been doing some work with the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) code and ran into some build problems on Ubuntu 11 (Ubuntu 10 LTS is the supported platform). If you are suffering from errors when trying to build, the workaround is to step back the host compiler versions. $: apt-get install gcc-4.4 $: apt-get install g++-4.4 $: make -j8 [...]...

  • Trenton Technology Blog

    Trenton Technology Blog

    Major New NVIDIA CUDA Release is Now Faster & Easier
    Published. January 30, 2012

    NVIDIA continues to enhance the performance and productivity of GPU computing by releasing a major update to their CUDA parallel computing platform.  The new release features three key enhancements that make parallel programing with GPUs easier, more accessible and faster. Re-designed Visual Profiler with automated performance analysis New compiler, based on LLVM open-source compiler infrastructure [...]...

  • James Reinders (Intel)

    James Reinders (Intel)

    Knights Corner: Open source software stack
    Published. June 5, 2012

    Knights Corner: Open source software stack As mentioned in “Knights Corner micro-architecture support” the open source software stack consists of an embedded Linux, a minimally modified GCC, plus driver software. There is a package for GDB available separately as well. Links for these resources can be found at in the article titled “RESOURCES (including downloads).” [...]...

  • Green Hills Software

    Green Hills Software

    FIC and Green Hills Software Collaborate on INTEGRITY Multivisor for Enterprise Tablet
    Published. June 6, 2012

    A Trusted and Secure Dual Persona Android Solution on FIC's Elija Tablet...

  • BCL Team Blog

    BCL Team Blog

    MEF and TPL Dataflow NuGet Packages for .NET Framework 4.5 RC [Nick]
    Published. May 30, 2012

    If you’ve installed the .NET Framework 4.5 RC, you may have noticed some differences between this prerelease and the .NET Framework 4.5 Beta. One of the changes we made was to move two libraries to an independent distribution model via NuGet. Many of you sent us feedback about the frustration of waiting for a full product cycle to get small changes. By changing the distribution model, we are taking our first steps toward meeting this challenge. We expect this will enable us to invest in these...

  • John Day

    John Day

    Keeping connected cars secure
    Published. May 23, 2012

    As connected vehicle technology evolves, security is an increasing concern. Franz Walkembach, senior product manager for automotive solutions at Wind River, addresses the issue in an article worth reading ( “The message is clear,” he writes. “Consumers want access to their important data at all times,” which means continuous connectivity and optimum integration between cars [...]...

  • CFD doesn’t mean Color For Directors

    CFD doesn’t mean Color For Directors

    How hot is too hot?
    Published. March 23, 2012

    I admit it. I am a bit of an Apple junkie. It was an affair that started in the early 90s when I got my first Mac but I had to give up the habit because I married a Linux man. He declared the house an Apple-Free zone and since he was my sole source [...]...

  • Gael Holmes Hofemeier (Intel)

    Gael Holmes Hofemeier (Intel)

    New!! Updated Intel(r) AMT Linux Drivers
    Published. June 1, 2011

    Linux/AMT Developers have no doubt been waiting a long time for this.  Updated MEI and LMS drivers for Linux.  They can be download  HERE.  (and below as well) Are you a Linux Developer interested in writing tools for supporting Intel AMT?  We would love to hear from you. Here is what these drivers do: Intel® Active Management [...]...

  • Domeika's Dilemma

    Domeika's Dilemma

    Multicore – assimilating the new developments
    Published. October 9, 2009

    There was a brief pause in my blogging as I have been assimilating some of the new developments in the multicore realm.  Some of the items are close to home for me at my respective company with the acquisition of Wind River, Cilk Arts, and RapidMind.  I’m not at liberty to comment on strategy, future [...]...

  • Joel on Software

    Joel on Software

    Stack Overflow DevDays is Back!
    Published. February 21, 2012

    [UPDATE - September 6th - Regrettably, DevDays had to be cancelled. See the announcement on the Stack Exchange Blog for details.] Stack Overflow DevDays, the universe's best conference series for coders, is back, and it's bigger than ever! Here's the idea behind DevDays. You're a developer. You'd love to learn all the latest hot new technologies. Things like DVCS, HTML 5, Node.js, CSS3, Hadoop, etc. The stuff the cool kids are all talking about on the playground while you're stuck in the basement...

  • Kathy Farrel (Intel)

    Kathy Farrel (Intel)

    Flow Graph Feature in TBB 4.0 with Michael Voss - Parallel Programming Talk #121
    Published. September 11, 2011

    It’s time for Parallel Programming Talk This is show  #121– Clay and I will be talking with Intel Software Architect Mike Voss But first the news: The News There is now an open source implementation of Cilk(TM) Plus based on gcc 4.7. Can you explain why this is good news?  Information on how to contribute is [...]...

  • Bob Duffy (Intel)

    Bob Duffy (Intel)

    New Tizen™ platform from Linux Foundation & LiMo with support from Intel AppUp
    Published. September 28, 2011

    We are excited about the Linux Foundation & LiMo announcement of the Tizen™ platform, and the role AppUp will be playing. Tizen combines the best of LiMo & MeeGo to create an open source cross device platform with support from Intel AppUp de......

  • Arch Robison (Intel)

    Arch Robison (Intel)

    Seismic Duck goes Open Source
    Published. August 29, 2010

    Seismic Duck...

  • The Moth

    The Moth

    Running C++ AMP kernels on the CPU
    Published. September 20, 2011

    One of the FAQs we receive is whether C++ AMP can be used to target the CPU. For targeting multi-core we have a technology we released with VS2010 called PPL, which has had enhancements for VS 11 – that is what you should be using! FYI, it also has a Linux implementation via Intel's TBB which conforms to the same interface. When you choose to use C++ AMP, you choose to take advantage of massively parallel hardware, through accelerators like the GPU. Having said that, you can always use the...

  • Rainer Makowitz << The Embedded Beat

    Rainer Makowitz << The Embedded Beat

    Top 3 reasons your car won’t get hacked (today)
    Published. November 7, 2011

    By Rainer Makowitz — After the malware attacks on mobile devices running the Android operating system, speculations about automotive viruses have soared again. Compared to IT and telecom, the plague of car viruses has not (yet) arrived in the automotive industry. Open networks appeared in IT in 1985, and appeared in telecom 15 years later. [...]...

  • Denali Memory Blog

    Denali Memory Blog

    Oracle optimizes Unbreakable Linux for SSDs. Improves access times by 137%.
    Published. September 22, 2010

    This week at its OpenWorld event held in San Francisco, Oracle announced the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel for Oracle Linux. First and foremost, Oracle Linux is optimized to run Oracle applications software. Buried in the bigger, better, faster claims however is this curious note: Oracle claims that the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel is 137% faster at accessing files on SSDs than Red Hat Compatible Kernel. This is an example of apps-driven hardware optimization, with a bias towards SSDs. Oracle’s...

  • Team Verify's Blog

    Team Verify's Blog

    DVCon 2012 Preview: Focus on Formal & ABV Events and Papers
    Published. February 14, 2012

    In a few short weeks DVCon 2012 will be upon us (Feb. 27 - March 1 in San Jose), and Team Verify and our colleagues on the Incisive Verification team will be there in force supporting tutorials, panels, papers, and of course the afternoon expo with our partners.  Focusing on the formal and assertion-based verification (ABV) aspects of this show, here are the highlights to seek out:* On Tuesday February 28, there is a whole session focused on "Formal Techniques".  Of particular...

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