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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Will Quantum Computing Become Commoditized? Sylvie Barak
As quantum computing gains attention and as companies both small and large start getting involved, some believe the technology may eventually see the same commoditization as classical computers before them. Investors in the space, however, disagree.

Intel® NUC 8 Enables Higher Level Designs Jon Gabay
Intel® NUC 8 single-board computers include higher level integrated functional blocks and application-specific software coupled with debugged drivers and APIs that glue the system design together and get projects up and running quickly with low risk.

Optimizing Power Designs with OptiMOS™ 6 MOSFETs Paul Golata
You have the power to optimize your power designs. Infineon Technologies’ OptiMOS™ 6 Power MOSFET 40V family offers class-leading cutting-edge power MOSFETs for the highest power density and energy-efficient solutions.

Where Nanotechnology and Machine Learning Meet Liam Critchley
The fields of nanotechnology and machine learning are impressive in their own rights and will continue to grow into staple technologies of the future. Although both are still relatively new fields, they can be combined in certain scenarios to produce practical solutions to various problems.

5 Ways Cyberattacks Happen Adam Kimmel
Cybercriminals adapt to the different forms of media we use. If we know the “how” behind these types of attacks, we are better equipped to prevent and protect our data.

AI for People with Physical Disabilities Michael Matuschek
Artificial intelligence can support, and in some cases, provide entirely new possibilities for people with physical disabilities such as impaired vision, speech disorders or missing or damaged limbs. However, providing these benefits to more people can create issues and challenges.

Precise Position Tracking Using Ultra-Wideband Jon Gabay
GPS technology changed the world. So too will UWB position-tracking capabilities for accurately tracking and combining data in personal, public space, and industrial applications.

Power over Ethernet Pushes Forward Jon Gabay
Wired Ethernet provides a more secure connection and will not bog down wireless networks for data hogs like high-definition streaming video. 802.3bt now adds up to 90W of power over Ethernet to each device, eliminating the need to run power. Self-power sensors and IoT devices can now thrive.

New Tech Tuesdays: 2 Cards That Accelerate FPGA Computing Tommy Cummings
High-bandwidth compute applications and diverse workloads are driving the adoption of FPGA chips in accelerator cards, which are their own systems of software, memory, ports, power, etc. New Tech Tuesdays examine two of these cards and their functions.

How AR and VR are Reconstructing the Landscape Poornima Apte
AR and VR are two of the many advanced technologies that will work in concert with others, such as cloud-based BIM, AI, and ML, to revolutionize how construction projects are designed and executed. Here’s how AR and VR can help the construction (and manufacturing) industries do more with less.

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