2019-09-26 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Quantum Computing: The Bogeyman of Encryption

In the coming years, large-scale quantum computers will make most of the current cryptography techniques insecure. To avoid this, two…

2019-09-04 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Quantum Algorithms for Scientific Applications

Quantum computers have long been considered as a technology of the future, but they are becoming an increasingly concrete reality…

2019-08-30 - Gary Hilson

Tackling the CPU/Memory Bottleneck

Microchip is entering the memory infrastructure market with OMI-based serial memory controller.

2019-08-08 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Forming a Benchmark for ML at the Edge

EEMBC pins down variables to compare edge inference chips

2019-07-31 - Gary Hilson

Quantum Computing Capabilities Advances Through Battery Research

Scientists from IBM and Mitsubishi Chemical have simulated the initial steps of the reaction mechanism between lithium and oxygen in…

2019-07-19 - Kevin Krewell

Blog: PCIe is Becoming a Battlefield

A veteran analyst surveys the landscape of competing positions Intel, IBM, Nvidia, Xilinx and others have staked out on top…

2019-07-16 - Kathleen Maher

Which Workstation Works for you? Do you care?

Buyers are less clear about what kind of computing resources they need to get their jobs done, and workstation OEMs…

2019-07-12 - Nitin Dahad

Memory Startup Aims to Address the Memory Bottleneck

BlueShift Memory is targeting big data and time-critical data applications; it has proven its model in an FPGA and is…

2019-07-11 - Nitin Dahad

University’s Chip Processes Encrypted Data

The co-processor uses partially homomorphic encrypted execution. Since the data is never decrypted, it remains secure.

2019-07-10 - congatec

Performance Boost for Harsh Environments

Server processors are getting more and more energy efficient. Embedded application developers use them to boost performance, which in turn…