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Weekly Briefing
The All-AI, Electrified, Pandemicized CES 2021

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This week’s podcast:
 
Even when virtualized and down-sized, the Consumer Electronics Show is too vast for anyone one person to get through alone. Relying on coverage from EE Times and our full network of sister publications, we take you on a tour of the big surprises, the innovations, the letdowns and a bit of the weirdness of CES 2021.

…And Now For Something Completely 2021

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This week’s podcast: Like so many others, we’re happy to put 2020 behind us, but the past informs the future. We poll our panel of experts on what the world can expect out of the electronics industry in 2021. It’s our Predictions Podcast.

Close to the Edges: Moore’s Law & Shannon’s Limit

- EETimes

This week’s podcast: The electronics industry is approaching the limits of two fundamental physical barriers, Moore’s Law and Shannon’s Limit. That has some interesting ramifications for nearly every stretch of the global datacommunications network, from undersea cables linking to data centers.

The 2020 Happy Holidays and Electronics (Mostly) Wish List Episode

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The Weekly Briefing podcast: This week, our podcast is a holiday greeting from EE Times editors around the world — and our families — to you. No matter which holiday you celebrate, sacred or secular, December has become a global gift-giving season. What we want, and our wishes to you, ranging from electronics, to unexpected requests, to good measures of peace, and healing, and joy.

Artificial intelligence
Artificial Intelligence: Why is Recognizing Sounds So Hard? | Brain-Inspired Chips | Graphcore Update

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Artificial Intelligence: In this pilot episode of the AI podcast, we ask why is recognizing sounds so hard? Could we build an artificial brain out of chips? And what has UK startup Graphcore been up to lately?

Embedded Edge
The Future is Edge Autonomy | Domain Expertise Vital for IoT

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What is the future of edge computing? It’s about edge autonomy and automated information sharing. And how do you start IoT deployment? It needs domain expertise and solution ready products. This episode explores further with embedded boards providers.

DAC 2020 preview: interest in AI, ML and RISC-V grow to new levels this year

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We talk to the track chairs for this year’s virtual DAC 2020 conference to hear about some of the trending topics, especially growth in AI, ML and RISC-V

Embedded Edge: IoT Security is only as good as its weakest link

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Embedded Edge podcast: Providing effective internet of things (IoT) security in new product development involves planning for more than just the hardware design – much thinking needs to be done around modeling of risks and vulnerabilities that the device might experience through the entire lifetime of the product, all the way to obsolescence. In this episode of embedded edge with Nitin, we explore issues around implementing security, understanding safety, vulnerabilities, threat modeling and a holistic ecosystem approach to planning for IoT security in product development. We also look at this in the context of connected medical device security.

Power Up
Silicon Carbide (SiC) Devices

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The Power Up podcast: In this episode, our guest is Guy Moxey, senior director of power products at Wolfspeed, A Cree company. Guy Moxey has spent his entire career in the power semiconductor industry with various roles in applications, product marketing and product line management. We speak with him about different aspects of silicon carbide, in particular devices and packaging.

Power Conversion and Thermal Management

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Power Up podcast: Our guest is Justin Kolbe of Henkel. We speak with him about different aspects of power conversion and its thermal management for different markets.

GaN Technology in RF Power

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In this episode of the Power Up podcast, our guest is Simon Wood, senior director of RF product development and applications at Wolfspeed, A Cree company. During his career, Simon has designed amplifiers using silicon carbide and gallium nitride HEMT devices. We speak with him about different aspects of GaN for RF applications, as well as GaN-on-SiC and GaN HEMTs.

Yes, We GaN: Gallium Nitride and Its Role in Power ICs

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On this week’s podcast, our guests are Alex Lidow, CEO of Efficient Power Conversion Corp., and Dinesh Ramanathan, co-CEO of NexGen Power Systems. We speak with both about gallium nitride technology and the market for GaN power devices.

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