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Intel Updates Apollo Lake: More LPC Reliability Issues

Intel updates Apollo Lake CPUs in order to address LPC-related reliability issues.

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Intel Rolls Out Next-Gen Data Center Portfolio; 100 Gigabit Ethernet, Optane DC, Hewitt Lake, and Cascade Lake With Up to 56 Cores

Intel is launching their next-generation data center infrastructure product portfolio including Cascade Lake with up to 56 cores, new lower-power Hewitt Lake processors, Optane DC SSD and persistent memory DIMMs, as well as 100 Gb Ethernet.

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Arm Announces a New Security Certification Program for IoT Devices

Arm has announced the PSA Certified program, a new and independent certification program for IoT devices that implement the platform security architecture (PSA).

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Arm Launches New Neoverse N1 and E1 Server Cores

Affirming their commitment to infrastructure, Arm is launching two new server-grade platforms – the Neoverse N1 and E1. The new platforms are designed to offer new Arm-based high-performance compute and high-throughput performance IP options.

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SiFive Launches 7 Series, Their Highest Performance RISC-V Cores

SiFive launches 7 Series, their highest-performance RISC-V cores.

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BrainChip Discloses Akida, A Neuromorphic SoC

BrainChip discloses Akida, a Neuromorphic System-on-Chip for the edge and server.

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Wave to acquire MIPS

Wave Computing will be acquiring MIPS Technologies.

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Qualcomm introduces a new Vision Intelligence Platform

Going after the growing intelligent IoT market, Qualcomm is introducing a new Vision Intelligence Platform for accelerating camera vision processing in smart IoT applications.

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ISSCC 2018: Intel’s Self-Powered Intelligent IoT Edge Mote

A look at Intel’s tiny intelligent IoT edge mote operating at near-threshold voltage and harvesting solar energy for charging. Equipped with sensors and an SoC with hardware to accelerate convolutional neural networks (CNNs), the chip collects environmental sensory data and captures images which are classified on-chip and sent to a data center in order to improve and optimize agricultural fields.

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ISSCC 2018: MIT’s low-power hardware crypto RISC-V IoT processor

In recent years, IoT devices have been plagued with security issues. Memory and energy constraints of those low-power devices mean there is very little headroom for complex security implementations. At ISSCC 2018, a team of MIT researchers has attempted to address this problem with their low-power fully in-hardware crypto engine IoT RISC-V processor.

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