“When I’m assembling a scene, I assemble it as a silent movie.” – Walter Murch
Hardly a week goes by that some “disruptive” new technology makes the news (you’re welcome) with promises to upend everything we know about computers, software, consumer electronics, security, healthcare, etc. Many of those promises peter out, never to be heard from again. But enough of them … Read More → "Disruption in the 1920s"
Let’s start with one hard fact. There are a lot of companies developing new AI inference processors right now, and most of them won’t survive. We have heard reports that as many as 80 startups are currently funded to some level, and all of them are working hard on building better mousetraps, or at least building better specialized processors that could execute neural network models … Read More → "FlexLogix Accelerates Edge Inference"
Ah, Ethernet… our good, reliable, trusty friend from way back. So trusty, in fact, that our cars may soon be running a version of Ethernet for all of the electrification stuff. Leveraging something tried and true should certainly go without a hitch, right?
Well, certainly as compared to coming up with something entirely new, perhaps. But what’s this Ethernet … Read More → "More Efficient Time-Sensitive Ethernet"
“Toto, I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore” – Dorothy, The Wizard of Oz
We’ve all been there. We’ve lost of our way and the road ahead is more than just a bit fuzzy. In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, I sit down with Lou Lutostanski (Avnet) and chat about why IoT projects are so challenging and what we can … Read More → "Avoiding IoT Purgatory"
“Is this going to be a stand-up fight, sir, or another bug hunt?” – PFC Hudson, Aliens
If you’re debugging code, which tool would you rather have: your favorite debugger or a time machine? A good debugger is vital, sure, but a time machine… You could rewind the clock to before the point you inserted the bug and then… just… not do … Read More → "The Debug Time Machine"