Blogs - Hardware

December 27, 2019

The Need for Human Factors Engineering in Product Design

Have you ever pulled on a door, not knowing that it was a push door?

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November 11, 2019

A Blueprint on Device Engineering Services

The advent of disruptive technologies and rapidly changing customer demands for smarter devices are forcing companies to innovate, reinvent, and build smarter, compact, and durable products. With this, they need to keep products flexible and relevant to their customers and to achieve this; companies are outsourcing device engineering services.

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July 24, 2019

4 Main Factors that Affect Hardware Design in Wearable Devices

The bandwagon of wearable devices has seen considerable growth in the last few years. Based

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June 24, 2019

Looking for high-performance computing? Get a sneak peek into the latest Arrow’s 96Boards

High performance computing is required to solve advanced problems quickly and easily. if your aim is to deliver high performance, look no further than the new Arrow 96boards. This blog is focused on giving you an in-depth view on 96boards.

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February 24, 2019

Everything you Need to Know About Hardware Requirements for Machine Learning

When trying to gain business value through machine learning, access to best hardware that supports all the complex functions is of utmost importance. With a variety of CPUs, GPUs, TPUs, and ASICs, choosing the right hardware may get a little confusing. This blog discusses hardware consideration when building an infrastructure for machine learning projects.

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October 8, 2018

Hardware Design Challenges of the Embedded Internet of Things (IoT)

With the advent of the internet of things or IoT, there has been a massive

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June 28, 2018

Hardware Design Best Practices: A 4-Point Checklist to Fine-tune Embedded Systems Development

If you look around, you will realize that a number of embedded hardware devices surround

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May 31, 2018

Why is Model-Based Design Important in Embedded Systems?

Today’s market demands devices and systems that are compact, customizable, durable and easily maintainable. This requires embedding complex microcontrollers, processors, and microchips inside these systems. Model-based design approach is necessary to validate and verify the working of these embedded systems for their seamless working across different environments. Keep reading to know why.

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April 17, 2018

5 Proven Tips for Right Time-to-Market at 16nm Lower Technology Node [Infographic]

Semiconductor chipmakers are rapidly moving to advanced node design, which demands denser nodes. Moreover, the

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