Working in collaboration, New York University and IBM Research have studied the use of spintronics as a means to increase the efficiency of both data transfer and storage—thus enhancing the already-fast-growing R&D into spintronics-based software solutions.
May 27, 2020 by Sam Holland
The future of electrical engineering, the freedom of giving code away for free, and the importance of professional curiosity: an interview with Signal Integrity Engineers David Banas and Davi Correia.
February 08, 2019 by Mark Hughes
ISAs come in several different flavours. Many are proprietary (think AMD), while others are paving the way for open source (think RISC-V). To help get a feel for what’s out there, here’s a brief primer on the history, evolution, and characteristics of a select few, starting with ISAs developed by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC).
August 08, 2018 by Chantelle Dubois
In the world of power, control monitoring is incredibly important for functional as well as safety reasons. And with the demand rising for GUIs in even the most basic products, it comes as no surprise that current microcontrollers are struggling to meet this demand. Microchip has announced its latest family of devices, the dsPIC33CH, that aims to tackle this!
June 25, 2018 by Robin Mitchell