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This is a really clever approach not only to system design but emerging markets. #PC #Computing #ARM   #Endless  
Endless' $79 Linux PC caches as much information as it can on the box itself, for parts of the world where Internet access is minimal or nonexistent.
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What you can’t forget to consider when designing sensor hubs: http://owl.li/WFv4K Thanks to technology improvements, there is less of a need for power-performance tradeoffs going forward. #mems #sensors #embedsys 
Sensor hubs have gained traction among design teams in recent years, as the marriage blossoms between evolving (and power-sensitive) hardware and smart
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Internet of Things is much hyped, but there will be a big market, trust me. Where that growth is going to come from isn't necessarily where a lot of people thought, however:
For Internet of Things (IoT) designs, the consumer segment is a sexy siren call, but enterprise applications are where the money is, according to a top analyst from IDC. Vernon Turner IDC. Vernon Turner, senior vice president of enterprise systems and IDC Fellow, said consumer whims coupled with ...
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We need a little Star Trek inspiration in our innovation world, don't you think? 
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That's interesting. As a ST fan, I always thought Roddenberry's vision of the future was compelling. We have visionaries in the tech world today that look out 5 to 10 years, but very few who are reaching out 100 years from now.

On the tech, I think the biggest restriction will always be the bandwidth. Even if every system is parsed down to the smallest distributed elements, there will always be the problem of delivering the results somewhere. Reading the part about 80,000 views of an individual athlete from fan cameras just makes me wonder how we might provide an infrastructure that doesn't come to a grinding halt in that scenario, like it does now when 30,000 people in a stadium trying sharing a photo on Facebook.

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#IoT is an enormous opportunity for electronics engineers, but what if we can't get the interface right? What IS the interface? My colleague Seow Yin Lim offers some insight: http://owl.li/Akp5Y #ux #semieda #semiconductor   #eda  
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I think ARM executive John Heinlein is a worthy competitor for our ARM Step Challenge at #51DAC but I'm concerned that his busy schedule prevents him from being in tip-top shape. 
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Cars are sexy again: http://owl.li/WG9Q6 (esp. when it comes to #automotive #electronics design) +ARM 
The proliferation of electronics within vehicle design is making cars “sexy again,” but more importantly automotive electronics is making the
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If you're an engineer, this is a really fine opportunity to stay current (or get current) on embedded systems tools and techniques. 
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Here I offer some tips to ARM executive John Heinlein about our upcoming #51DAC #ARMStepChallenge battle.
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Editor in Chief, ARM
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I've been a journalist for more than 30 years, getting more specialized as time goes on. I went from the wire service business into business journalism into electronics B:B editing at EE Times. From there, I've evolved into content creation roles in the high tech industry at Cadence and now at ARM.
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I lived long enough to see the S.F. Giants win their first (and second) World Series championships. They have many more to win to match the number of Grateful Dead shows I attended.
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Editor in Chief, ARM
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  • ARM Holdings, plc
    Editor in Chief, 2015 - present
  • EE Times
    2010 - 2013
  • Numetrics Management Systems
    Director, Communications and Community; Writer, 2009 - 2010
  • UPI
    1983 - 1988
  • Providence Business News
    1988 - 1991
  • San Jose Business Journal
    1991 - 1992
  • Blanc & Otus
    2007 - 2009
  • EE Times
    Editor, 1992 - 2007
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