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System Design Journal
October 2019, by Nic Bifano
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Machine Learning and the Store of the Future
April 2019, by Ron Wilson
What is the future of bricks-and-mortar retail? Imagine, if you will, two scenarios. In one scenario, shopping malls, main-street stores, and even big-box stores slip into a downward spiral. Customers shop online, starving brick-and-mortar stores of revenue. The stores cut staff, inventories, (...)
Updating Legacy Systems the FPGA Way
March 2019, by Ron Wilson
It is a scenario many embedded-systems designers recognize. An existing design needs an update. That could include Internet connectivity to bring the system into the Internet of Things (IoT). Along with that might come requirements for deeper security. And given the current enthusiasm for all (...)
Getting an Edge on Machine Learning
January 2019, by Ron Wilson
Taking Machine Learning to the Edge Like it or not, machine learning networks are set to be the solution du jour in embedded systems for the foreseeable future. Their remarkable ability to find and classify patterns in noisy data offers designers the option of circumventing difficult algorithm (...)
Getting an Edge on Machine Learning
January 2019, by Ron Wilson
Taking Machine Learning to the Edge Like it or not, machine learning networks are set to be the solution du jour in embedded systems for the foreseeable future. Their remarkable ability to find and classify patterns in noisy data offers designers the option of circumventing difficult algorithm (...)
Blockchain’s Burden
December 2018, by Ron Wilson
Blockchains are spreading. Originally proposed in 2008, by the still-unidentified Satoshi Nakamoto, as a secure public ledger for recording Bitcoin transactions, blockchains have moved beyond Bitcoin to a profusion of other cryptocurrencies, and beyond cryptocurrencies into a plethora of other (...)
FPGAs and Data Centers: It Takes a Stack
October 2018, by Ron Wilson
Design experience across a wide range of applications—from signal processing to network packet processing to cryptography to deep learning inference—has shown that, properly used, FPGAs can provide very substantial performance and power improvements in algorithm execution. Generally, these (...)
Whither NFV and What Is It, Anyway?
September 2018, by Ron Wilson
Network Functions Virtualization (NFV): the phrase has been around for years, seeming a market always on the verge of explosive growth, but never a done deal. It is time to ask what NFV really is, and whether it is really going to happen. Perhaps more importantly, it is time—in this day of cloud (...)
Why Isn’t 56 Gbps Impossible?
August 2018, by Ron Wilson
How fast can you force data through a pair of wires? It is a trick question, of course. The answer depends on the wires, the material and geometry around them, the distance, and your choice of transceiver technology. Worst-case, your answer may be tens of megabits per second (Mbps). In even (...)
Embedded Computing Needs Hardware-Based Security
July 2018, by Ron Wilson
Embedded systems are in a profound transition: from physically isolated, autonomous devices to Internet-connected, accessible devices. Designers are learning—often to their dismay—that the mutation requires far more than just gluing a network interface onto the bus and adding an Internet Protocol (...)

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