SD and Micro SD flash memory cards have become ubiquitous in consumer and industrial devices, but lurking behind these familiar facades is a plethora of interfaces ranging from a single data bit interface to an Ultra High Speed (UHS) II interface...
Intel’s Next Unit of Computing (NUC) form factor is appealing for both consumer and industrial users, but a few key differences exist between the computers built for each.
What’s the difference between augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technologies? Actually the answer is relatively simple.
AR lets you see the outside world while adding to what you see while VR masks the outside world presenting it...
This article explains the difference between the VPX backplane architecture (VITA 46) and OpenVPX (VITA 65) for embedded computing systems.
VPX, based on switched fabrics, essentially evolved from the VMEbus backplane architecture, which is bus-based.
To support embedded/IoT cost-effectiveness resulting in strong technical constraints, Java platforms for embedded/IoT/wearable devices need to follow a set of requirements that make them unique compared to Java implementations on other systems.
FastSPICE offers more speed and the ability to simulate larger circuits than SPICE, but it has limitations, opening the door to the emerging GigaSpice simulation alternative.