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John Blyler
Editorial Director, Extensionmedia - Affiliate Professor, PSU
Editorial Director, Extensionmedia - Affiliate Professor, PSU
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Three very different conferences from Jama, ARM and TSMC highlight the breadth and depth of IP development in the semiconductor and IoT spaces.

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‘What’s not said’
More significantly, though, left unsaid in Krzanich’s blog, is where Waymo is running the heavy-duty deep-learning algorithms. Demler speculated, “That could be on one of Nvidia’s chips, or another Google-designed Tensor Processor ASIC.”

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Quotable Quotes:

… to combine our (processor) subsystems with CAN-FD and FlexRay to service the automotive market.

… our IP Fingerprinting … targeted towards … concerns about (compliance).

… this will eventually lead to the “Arduino” type solutions that will fuel the IoT industry and others.

… We may be on the forefront of the next evolution of deliverables that will be expected with IP.

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Cummins, a leading maker of diesel and natural gas engines for commercial trucks, unveiled a Class 7 heavy-duty truck cab Tuesday featuring an advanced 140 kWh battery pack that it will sell to bus operators and commercial truck fleets starting in 2019.
With a 100-mile range, the Cummins electric power train is being targeted at urban delivery vehicles (like a beer truck or food delivery truck) as well as for short haul trips in and around ports and other terminals. It can be recharged in about an hour at a 140 kWh charging station, and Cummins' goal is to get that down to 20 minutes by 2020.

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Great article by Steve Taranovich from Planet Analog: "... A design for a mechanical computer and logic system that could be programmed for this particular mission (on Venus) ..."

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"The rapid growth of IoT devices and the challenges posed by wireless connectivity among these devices necessitates an expanded focus on cybersecurity. The eight key critical IoT security technologies presented here are a combination of traditional and newer methods and tools that work to truly secure the IoT."

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