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    Download PDF - Electronic Design Jan/Feb 2022 Issue

    Jan. 25, 2022
    Download the digital version of the Electronic Design Jan/Feb 2022 issue.
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    Remote Collaboration, Digital Twins, and the Metaverse

    Jan. 24, 2022
    Peering into the technology crystal ball shows a digital twin.
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    Embedded Forecast: Better Hardware, Suspect Software

    Jan. 11, 2022
    Bill Wong lays out his predictions on embedded technology for 2022, covering hot trends ranging from PCIe to RISC-V to open-source software.
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    Technology Giants to Step Up Chip Design Ambitions in 2022

    Jan. 11, 2022
    If 2021 is any indication, 2022 will see tech giants take even greater strides in custom chip design.
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    Processors Have Come a Long Way

    Jan. 11, 2022
    Then and now: From mainframes to MPUs, processor technology has progressed significantly since Electronic Design was first published.

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