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Posts tagged with 'Hardware'

31 Oct, 2011

Hardware designers and software

Posted by Colin Walls

Colin Walls As I work for a company that has traditionally had a strong focus on hardware design, I am particularly interested in the relationship between hardware and software development and the synergies between the two disciplines. Previously, I have discussed the dominance of software in modern designs [here] and the relationships in the EDA world [here]. But today I want to think about how hardware guys actually … Read More

Hardware, Verilog, VHDL, hardware design

5 Nov, 2010

J VanDomelen Android addicts are everywhere. Even those who didn’t anticipate using a larger number of apps on their smart phones are finding themselves downloading a new app almost daily. Google’s Android mobile operating system (OS) is making waves throughout the commercial market; and now, thanks to Raytheon engineers in Waltham, Mass., it is likely to change the face of the digital battlefield. Soldiers are … Read More

Microsoft, Mentor.com, Apple, Hardware, apps, iPhone, Mentor, Mentor Graphics, Android, COTS, Engineer, battlefield, Geek, Computer, Google, DoD, Electronic, Xbox, network-centric, UAV, Warfighters, soldier, soldiers, Raytheon, Software, Operating System, PSP

22 Jun, 2009

Fix it in the software!

Posted by Colin Walls

Colin Walls As a specialist in embedded software, I think that Mentor Graphics is an interesting place to work. The company has historically been dedicated to serving the needs of hardware developers - whether they are designing cables, boards, FPGAs, ASICs or custom chips. These technologies still dominate the product range today. The Embedded Systems Division is different - we offer products for embedded software … Read More

Hardware, FPGA, ASIC

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