It’s important to think about and plan for a power system at the outset of the design. As FPGAs continue to become increasingly powerful, adequately powering these devices becomes even more critical to unlock their full potential. Lower voltage requirements for FPGAs and processors create additional challenges, especially at higher currents, that require serious attention when designing the power architecture for a new platform.
New demands on embedded devices are pushing power capacities to their limits. Power optimizations are often left to the very end of the design cycle, almost as an afterthought. In this session we will explore design considerations that should be made early in the development process. View on-demand Web Seminar
Google is synonymous with search, and due to its overwhelming dominance, nearly everything a search engine optimising professional does is to ensure we comply with best practice, and avoid the penalties. One such best practice is the use of structured markup – using tags to define the context of content – which helps Google (and other search engines) understand products, events, people, etc, which helps them to deliver more relevant search results. But a problem is looming.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming industries across the globe. By connecting billions of devices to the Internet, each other, and the cloud, businesses can save trillions of dollars each year in operating costs. Yet the growth of IoT has not accelerated as quickly as it could due to market fragmentation and a shortage of end-to-end solutions.
SimPort makes it easy to calculate efficiency, predict real-word performance, simulate a design, and track your findings. NXP's SimPort is a live interactive environment to simulate MOSFET performance and provides analysis beyond that available from a data sheet. The Active Datasheet lets you vary the test conditions and redraw many of the graphs typically provided in a conventional datasheet.