The Triumph of Inertia

Qualcomm’s Massive 48-core ARM Chip Just Ain’t Gonna Fly

by Jim Turley

It wasn’t supposed to be like this.

ARM-based processors were supposed to be cheaper, more energy-efficient, cooler running, and maybe even faster than those rusty, old, clapped-out Intel x86 chips. Right?

Right? So what happened? Why do we still inhabit a world powered by Intel servers instead of shiny new ARM machines? What happened to the New Cloud?  Read More


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Editors' Blog

Fancy walking around with urine in your socks?

posted by Dick Selwood

A team at the University of the West of England has used urine driven microbial fuel cells in socks to generate enough current to send wireless signals. (11-Dec)

Wireless Phone Charging Without the Extra Antennas

posted by Bryon Moyer

Last year we looked at a novel wireless phone charging technology. This year they’ve removed a design-in hurdle. (28-Apr)

A Tale of Two Networks

posted by Bryon Moyer

The concept of the “smart energy” network isn’t as simple as it seems. (1-May)

Wireless and LED Power Combined

posted by Bryon Moyer

Daintree and LG have collaborated to integrate Zigbee into LED drivers for commercial lighting. (17-Apr)

Ban Power Consumption

posted by Bryon Moyer

When you think about it, “power consumption” makes no sense as a concept. This is for those of you that like to choose your words precisely. (26-Mar)

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Ongoing Sensor Work

Posted on 03/23/17 at 12:13 PM by bmoyer

bmoyer
What do you think about the improvements being made to these sensors?

Is Exactly-Once Delivery Possible with MQTT?

Posted on 03/20/17 at 11:42 AM by dborisov

Thank you for great article! It really helps to understand QoS levels nuances!

Could you please describe does MQTT somehow specify what should happen if PUBCOMP missed in case of QoS 2?

I mean if receiver has sent PUBCOMP but ACK tcp packet missed a…

An Old Cantilever Is New Again

Posted on 03/20/17 at 11:09 AM by bmoyer

bmoyer
What do you think of Menlo Micro's approach to RF and power (and other) switches?

Radio FPGA!

Posted on 03/20/17 at 4:01 AM by steverino

I would be curious as to whether Xilinx has made arrangements with third party vendors to have chip antennas ready to go with these parts.

A New IC Design Model

Posted on 03/14/17 at 9:06 PM by kevin

kevin
@Bryon - Wait, somebody is offering to replace you for FREE?!?! Why didn't I hear about this? (just kidding)

In our particular area of journalism, talent and expertise like Bryon's are rare and hard to come by at any price. We are lucky and thrilled t…

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