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2011-08-09 Cisco, ITE Singapore bring virtual education to ICT
With the aim to produce an industry-ready workforce, Cisco and Singapore's ITE will set up a center to host education through increased use of networking and collaboration infrastructure.
2016-02-29 New smart glasses offer virtual keyboard
The processor used for K-Glass 3 is composed of a pre-processing core to implement stereo vision, seven deep-learning cores to accelerate real-time scene recognition within 33ms
2015-10-08 Apple boosts AI, machine learning clout with Perceptio buy
Perceptio focuses on image-based recognition and deep learning, concepts that attempt to model high-level abstractions in data, which could make Siri faster and more effective
2002-03-11 SoC stumbling blocks cataloged at DATE
It's not enough to be fast, efficient and technically proficient. Designers now must become Renaissance engineers.
2008-08-11 NI, LEGO to tap robotics platform for students
NI and LEGO are pursuing their concerted efforts in promoting educational robotics with the new LEGO Education WeDo classroom robotics platform.
2009-05-13 Cisco networks keep Vietnam campus connected
The Saigon Institute of Technology (SaigonTech) has built a new campus in Ho Chi Minh City using Cisco Connected Learning technologies
2008-06-04 Trio extends computing help to Bangladesh
NComputing, AMD and BRAC have announced the completion of a collaborative project to deploy innovative technology solutions in 10 new school-based 50x15 Initiative Learning Labs throughout Bangladesh
2009-02-25 Online simulation tool trims design time
Maxim Integrated and Transim Technology have launched the Maxim's EE-Sim Design Center, a virtual design environment that allows engineers to create and simulate complex circuits online in a matter of mere minutes, reducing design time
2008-05-23 NI debuts ELVIS II prototyping platform
National Instruments has rolled out NI ELVIS II, the latest version of the design and prototyping platform that educators worldwide have adopted for hands-on, project-based learning
2011-06-29 Research center targets home energy conservation
GreenWave Reality collaborates with Swinburne University to create an Energy Management Research Center in Melbourne, Australia that aims to advance home energy conservation.
2005-08-25 IBM to help startups in emerging markets
IBM has unveiled an initiative to help startups of emerging markets like Brazil, China, India and Russia to develop products around standards-based technology.
2010-05-06 Why embedded Android is a good choice
Why is Android an attractive technology for such diverse needs as medical devices, STBs, and automotive infotainment systems? There are at least 10 good reasons.
2008-05-14 Vietnam academic portal relies on IBM cloud computing
IBM has announced that the Vietnam Information for Science and Technology Advance Innovation Portal goes live on an IBM cloud computing infrastructure.
2002-09-12 Verisity creates component methodology manual
Verisity Inc. will launch a methodology manual and tutorial software to guide users through the process of creating testbench verification components that complies with the Specman Elite testbench generation tool.
2008-04-08 USB CDC class on an embedded device
This document describes the Microchip PIC32 USB CDC serial driver and acts as a programmer's guide for developers wishing to adapt it to their own application.
2004-11-30 U.K. broadband scales back wireless roll-out
The U.K. broadband has denied reports that it has abandoned a nationwide roll-out of its wireless broadband service using the 3.4GHz spectrum it mostly won in an auction in June 2003.
2014-01-09 Three easy steps to add USB to your design
Know how to use the CP2130 USB-to-SPI bridge controller to simplify and speed up implementation of a USB bus.
2008-06-26 Synapse speeds up wireless mesh designs
Designing mesh network software for embedded processors using RF wireless protocol just got easier for OEMs, according to Synapse Inc., which said it has re-hosted its Snap Pro 802.15.4 wireless mesh networking protocol for use on any RF module based on MCUs from Freescale Semiconductor Inc.
2002-03-08 Specialization seen hindering SoC progress
The SoC era is widening the gap between designers and manufacturers who have been forced by industry specialization into speaking different languages, a trend that does not bode well for future SoC projects.
2005-08-08 Solve the complexity issues in network system design with a packet processing language model
SBC system providers are rising to the challenge of network system complexity by providing equipment with the necessary performance.
2005-08-29 Solve the complexity crisis in network system design
SBC system providers are rising to the challenge by providing equipment with the necessary performance
2015-08-28 Snapdragon 820 DSP power pries open new markets
Qualcomm has positioned its upcoming Snapdragon 820 as its most powerful processor yet with hopes that it will open up new premium tier applications. Will Strauss looks at the recently disclosed architectural details.
2015-06-11 Smart glass taps AR to take on consumer, industrial apps
Emerging technologies like AR comes with a series of challenges and opportunities. Still, as additional use cases develop the possibilities are endless.
2011-10-12 Singapore school promotes cloud education
Singapore Polytechnic has launched a cloud computing center that will offer training in virtualization, enterprise computing and data center management.
2002-09-09 Silicon Graphics signs multimedia agreement with MDC
Multimedia Development Corp. has signed a $5.6 million contract with Silicon Graphics for the delivery of an SGI Reality Center facility to the country's Multimedia Super Corridor.
2007-07-23 Sensors to give 'sight' to future cars
Cars of the future will be equipped with a broad range of sensors, enabling them to 'see' what comes ahead.
2006-03-16 Security ICs add muscle for faster, deeper inspection
Bottlenecks in today's security appliances are pushing chipmakers to offer more integrated silicon and systems that promise to speed throughput to gigabit rates.
2015-09-04 Safely travel on the internet highway
When compared to our highway system C the learned knowledge of how we should travel on the internet highway, relatively, we are still in the horse and buggy days.
2014-06-23 Robots actuate industrial automation
Technology and artificial intelligence have entrenched on the industrial territory, where automation is no longer an option but a need, recording 179,000 robots sold worldwide in 2013.
2010-02-18 Researchers detail parallel programming progress
Researchers offered an update on their work to find new programming models for tomorrow's many-core processors at an annual event at the University of California at Berkeley.
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