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Balancing System Performance and Efficiency for Edge Computing

August 30, 2019

By George T Hilliard   With cloud computing, data is typically sent from the devices on the periphery of the IoT to a central server for analysis and some decision making. Then, the results or decisions, including the inferences made by artificial intelligence in some cases, are returned to the originating devices for execution. However, this… Read More »

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What is an Industrial Embedded Computer?

August 19, 2019
WINSights Blog

By George T Hilliard Over the last few months, I’ve been writing articles about the various aspects of industrial embedded computing, and the systems that drive those application spaces. However, it makes sense to define what an industrial embedded computer actually is so we have a baseline for any future discussions. Using a basic definition,… Read More »

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Product Support After Shipment

August 9, 2019
WINSights Blog

by George T Hilliard You’re working on a semi-custom design for a customer. That means you need to be tied pretty closely to your single-board computer (SBC) vendor. In fact, you probably feel like you’re spending more time with the vendor’s FAEs than with your own family. And in some cases, that might even be… Read More »

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Process Your Data at the Edge

May 2, 2019

By George T Hilliard In my last blog, we discussed the concept of workload consolidation, which I described as the ability to provide higher performance and more functions with less hardware in an embedded/industrial system. As the IoT moves more into that same industrial space, we now want to take on Edge computing. As always,… Read More »

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AI and Machine Learning Beyond the Bleeding Edge

May 2, 2019
WINSights Blog

By George T Hilliard You already know that artificial intelligence (AI) is the “next big thing” in the tech world. Leading semiconductor and software companies are pushing the boundaries with high-performance AI algorithms and signal processing techniques that, they hope, will solve some of the most complex tasks ever presented to electronic devices. Most of… Read More »

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Maximize Your Multicore-Based System

April 16, 2019
WinSystems WinSights

By George T Hilliard Multicore processors have been around for quite some time, dating back about 15 years for the mainstream-type devices that are fairly common today. They started as dual cores then went to quad cores. Now, you can find microprocessors containing hundreds or even thousands of “processors cores” in the same piece of… Read More »

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Choosing The Right SBC for Your Application

April 15, 2019
WinSystems WinSights

Selecting the right single board computer (SBC) for your application is just that; it’s not selecting the board that the vendor thinks is best for you because he’s got extra inventory or just got a new developer that needs the work. It’s finding the board with the right peripheral mix, the right OS choices, and… Read More »

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Arm or x86? Future-Proofing Industrial SBC Design-Ins, Part 2

April 15, 2019
WinSights Blogs

By George T. Hilliard   In my last blog, Arm or x86? Future-Proofing Your Industrial SBC Figures Prominently, Part 1, I looked at the first two of four considerations when determining whether your path toward an industrial single-board computer (SBC) should guide you towards the Intel x86 camp or toward an Arm-based processor. There, I… Read More »

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