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Doubling down on security

Doubling down on security
The general availability milestone for the latest release of the Wind River Titanium Cloud product family has been achieved. Guest blog by Ron Breault.
19th July 2017

Wind River enables new Intel Xeon scalable platform

Wind River enables new Intel Xeon scalable platform
Most people have read the news this week about Intel’s announcement of the Intel Xeon Scalable platform, the highest-performance, most versatile data centre platform ever. The new platform brings massive advantages to customers such as cloud and communications service providers, enterprises, high-performance computing providers and artificial intelligence companies. Guest blog by Charlie Ashton.
18th July 2017

The impact of the connected economy on data management

The impact of the connected economy on data management
Before the end of the decade, the number of connected things is projected to grow exorbitantly. Looking at different sources, projections for the number of connected objects by 2020 could be as low as 26 billion or as high as 50 billion. But even the low end of that range is quite large, so it is reasonable to expect connectedness to be commonplace and expected within the next few years.
17th July 2017


Build an open source MCU and programme it with Arduino

Build an open source MCU and programme it with Arduino
  Configuring the low cost Arty FPGA board with an Arduino compatible RISC-V platform.
14th July 2017

When will machines exceed human performance?

When will machines exceed human performance?
The Future of Humanity Institute recently published the results of its survey of over 350 industry and academic Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts from around the globe in an effort to answer this question. They also tackled a more vexing one: When will machines exceed human performance for all tasks? According to those experts we have decades. Guest blogger Mychal McCabe explains.
11th July 2017

ISO 26262 compliance is not a costly overhead

ISO 26262 compliance is not a costly overhead
Engineers and sales can get along better, and customers get safer automobiles by using the ISO 26262 as agreed‑upon set of rules. “Shoot the engineer and ship the product,” is a fun maxim that has stood the test of time. Engineers and developers like to get it right, step back, and take pride in the beauty of their work. CEOs, marketing, and sales want to get it shipped, on time and below budget.
11th July 2017

The road to fully flexible consumer electronics

The road to fully flexible consumer electronics
Flexible consumer electronic devices are now a reality, and as forecasted by IDTechEx in the launch of the first ever market research report on the topic of barrier films for electronics almost ten years ago, innovation in encapsulation was one of the critical requirements that needed to be met in order to realise commercially viable consumer products. By Dr Harry Zervos, Principal Analyst, IDTechEx
11th July 2017

Exploring Danube by the banks of the Seine

Exploring Danube by the banks of the Seine
The phrase ‘springtime in Paris’ can result in a lot of thought processes, however, if you’re a hotshot engineer working on the OPNFV project, it’s a vision of long days and late nights huddled over racks of hot, noisy servers while debugging complex interoperability problems. Guest blog by Charlie Ashton.
4th July 2017

IoT Platform: Build or Buy?

IoT Platform: Build or Buy?
When it comes to building an IoT business, there are many challenges: new business models, new support models, technical hurdles, and security to name a few. To oversimplify the core premise of IoT, it is to connect all the ‘things’ in our lives to make it better. Guest blog by Tom Gibbings.
4th July 2017

Moving back from the Cloud

Moving back from the Cloud
In recent years there's been a huge push to move everything to the cloud. In the process, we've found, that for some applications, a 100% cloud architecture doesn’t always make sense. Recent technological developments such as autonomous cars, drones, IoT sensors and blockchain data distribution networks have showed us that not everything belongs on the cloud.
30th June 2017


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