AI Everywhere (and for Everyone): Intel Builds A Bridge Between Data and Insight

AI is the name of the game this week! My special guest is Wei Li, VP and GM, Artificial Intelligence and Analytics (AIA) at Intel. Wei and I dig into the details of Intel’s new Open Source AI Reference Kits. We discuss the motivation to create these open source kits, why community involvement is crucial to Intel’s AI Everywhere campaign, and how engineers of varying … Read More → "AI Everywhere (and for Everyone): Intel Builds A Bridge Between Data and Insight"

When Supercomputers Meet Beer Pong

My head is currently swirling and whirling with a cacophony of conceptions. This maelstrom of meditations was triggered by NVIDIA’s recent announcement of their Jetson Orin Nano system-on-modules that deliver up to 80x the performance over the prior generation, which is, in their own words, “setting a new standard for entry-level edge AI and robotics.”

One of my contemplations … Read More → "When Supercomputers Meet Beer Pong"

Intel Introduces Two Monolithic Agilex FPGA and SoC Families, Part 1

This week at the Intel Innovation event held in Silicon Valley, Intel previewed not one but two new families in its Agilex FPGA and SoC product lines: the Intel Agilex D-series FPGAs and SoCs and a to-be-named FPGA and SoC family formerly known as “Sundance Mesa.” High-end Intel Agilex devices have been fairly successful and, as they often do, customers requested additional Agilex FPGA family members … Read More → "Intel Introduces Two Monolithic Agilex FPGA and SoC Families, Part 1"

A Revolution in the Skies – How Mayman Aerospace’s VTOL Air Utility Vehicles will Change the World

It’s finally here!!! The 500th episode of Amelia’s Weekly Fish Fry podcast has arrived! My special guest is the one and only David Mayman! (CEO – Mayman Aerospace) David and I chat about his motivation to design jetpacks and air utility vehicles and the evolution of the Mayman Aerospace’s Speeder VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) air utility vehicle. We also discuss the future of aviation and how … Read More → "A Revolution in the Skies – How Mayman Aerospace’s VTOL Air Utility Vehicles will Change the World"

Fish Fry 500: Amelia’s Favorite Episodes (Now on YouTube!)

Can you believe we are only a couple days away from the 500th episode of Amelia’s Weekly Fish Fry? This week I have a special playlist of my all-time favorite episodes for your listening pleasure. This collection covers a variety of intriguing topics including organic printed electronics, advancements in brain-hand communication, autonomous Indy cars, the world’s most advanced elephant tracking collar, and more!  … Read More → "Fish Fry 500: Amelia’s Favorite Episodes (Now on YouTube!)"
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224 Gbps Data Rates: Separating Fact from Fiction

Sponsored by Samtec

Data rates are getting faster with each passing year. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Matthew Burns from Samtec to separate fact from fiction when it comes to 224 Gbps data rates. They take a closer look at the design challenges, the tradeoffs, and architectural decisions that we will need to consider when designing a 224 Gbps design. They also investigate the variety of interconnect solutions that Samtec offers for your next 224 Gbps design.

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PCIe Gen5 x16 Running on the Achronix VectorPath Accelerator Card

Sponsored by Achronix

In this demo, Achronix engineers show the VectorPath Accelerator Card successfully linking up to a PCIe Gen5 x16 host and write data to and read data from GDDR6 memory. The VectorPath accelerator card featuring the Speedster7t FPGA is one of the first FPGAs that can natively support this interface within its PCIe subsystem. Speedster7t FPGAs offer a revolutionary new architecture that Achronix developed to address the highest performance data acceleration challenges.

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discussion
Posted on Sep 28 at 11:47am by Steven Leibson
I must agree with you Karl. Right now, oneAPI supports FPGAs using preconfigured kernals. That leaves 90-95% of the FPGA's potential performance on the floor, unused. Much to be done. Now that Intel has opened oneAPI to both the open source and open governance communities and assigned management to Codeplay, ...
Posted on Sep 28 at 10:49am by Karl Stevens
Now it is time to show how OneAPI can support all that block ram. Of course there needs to be a new design methodology since years of effort has gone down the drain trying to make HDL work efficiently. I have not been able to find enough about OneAPI. Same ...
Posted on Sep 26 at 10:18am by Steven Leibson
Thanks! I'll amend the article accordingly.
Posted on Sep 26 at 9:40am by anonymousEE
FYI - looks like you missed it by a few days (you published 9/16, Backblaze published 9/13), Backblaze JUST updated their SSD vs HDD reliability report to say that from their data they can confidently say SSD's are more reliable than HDD's. https://www.backblaze.com/blog/ssd-drive-stats-mid-2022-review/
Posted on Sep 23 at 8:33am by Larra Morris
Congratulations on 500 episodes!
Posted on Sep 8 at 12:10am by Max Maxfield
I love the early Genesis -- I never got to see them with Peter Gabriel, but I saw them twice in the late 1970s and early 1980s with Phil Collins -- and they were AWESOME!!!
Posted on Sep 8 at 12:07am by Max Maxfield
That USN MK 112 sounds awesome in a "I'm glad I don't have to use it myself" sort of way -- I wish I could see one in the flesh. Thanks for sharing -- Max
Posted on Sep 6 at 12:18pm by Charles
Darn, Max. From the article's title, I though I was going to log onto a rendition of Supper's Ready by Genesis. Bon Jovi? Harrumph and bother.
Posted on Sep 6 at 7:55am by traneusee
When is a 68xxx part number not a 32-bit microprocessor? When it's a CY7C68013A EZ-USB 8-bit 8051 microprocessor with hardware USB peripheral interface.
Posted on Sep 1 at 1:53pm by TexasBubba
Max, I suspect you may have played a part in the design and creation of the USN MK 112 Torpedo Fire Control Computer I had the unfortunate task I keeping running on each patrol. The D*&N thing was definitely a Rube Goldberg quality contraption. A hybrid Analog/Digital device ...
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