Rich Nass of Embedded Computing Design interviews Connect Tech's Patrick Dietrich and NVIDIA's Eddie Seymour at Embedded World Hall 2, Stand 318.
Embedded Computing Design’s Rich Nass interviews Anaren's Mark Grazier at Embedded World, Hall 5, Booth 144.
Embedded Computing Design's Rich Nass interviews Warren Kurisu of Mentor Graphics at Embedded World, Hall 4, Booth 422.
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Embedded Computing Design’s Rich Nass interviews GrammaTech’s Marc Brown at Embedded World, Hall 4, Booth 658.
Embedded Computing Design’s Rich Nass interviews Dell's Jeff Brown at Embedded World, Hall 5, Booth 380.
Embedded Computing Design’s Rich Nass interviews MEN Mikro’s Mathias Bier at Embedded World, Hall 2, booth 219.
Embedded Computing Design's Rich Nass welcomes viewers to Embedded World 2016 pre-show from the OpenSystems Media booth in Nuremberg Messe, Hall 4, Booth 678.
I recently conducted an informal poll of embedded board designers, specifically those who were designing with an ARM-based microprocessor. I was surpr...
For the past 30+ years OpenSystems Media (formerly OpenSystems Publishing) has focused solely on the embedded computing market. OpenSystems Media offers balance: taking not only a broad, encompassing
Jim Douglas was recently named the President of Wind River, which is a subsidiary of Intel. First, in my five-minute interview with Jim, I asked him what that meant exactly, and if Wind would still co
So many vendors today feel the need to "act like a product company." What exactly does that mean? In my interview with Global Logic CTO Jim Walsh, we go through not only what he term means, but why it
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The results are in. We asked you what your design preferences are, and you made it quite clear. I'm referring to the Annual Embedded Reader Study prod...
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Sensory is a leader in speech recognition. Is it just me, or have we been promised a truly hands-free world for a very long time. Todd Mozer, Founder of Sensory, explained the difference types of spee
Are women starting to close the gender gap in STEM-related jobs? You bet they are, although the number of engineers is relatively low. As the infograp...
Intrinsyc provides development kits for design engineers. Currently, they focus on Qualcomm's Snapdragon platform. Are you curious why they chose that platform? I certainly was, and that's where this
If you're a regular reader, you're aware of my affinity for development boards/kits. I have a stable of them in my home office (which my wife often re...