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Earlier in the week, I wrote about a couple of videos from Intel, about semiconductor manufacturing and the Intel Museum. But with the ongoing rebranding at Cadence, we have a few videos of our own. So when you're bored with your selection on Netflix...stream Cadence instead.
All the videos in this post, and more, can be found on the Cadence YouTube channel.
First, a video about Intelligent System Design. I have to point out that the target audience for this video is people who are not already knowledgeable about design—people such as non-technical journalists and Wall Street.
At the recent embedded world in Nuremberg, Germany, Cadence was mostly focused on automotive solutions. Germany is home to Daimler-Benz (Mercedes), BMW, Audi, Volkswagen, Porsche, Bosch, and more (with a Tesla plant being constructed in Berlin, too). Since the automotive market today is all about electric traction and advanced driver assist systems (ADAS), most of the innovation in vehicles is actually in the electronics. Robert Schweiger takes a tour of the demos and talks to some of the presenters.
I hope you are already subscribed to Sunday Brunch, the weekly email that summarizes the posts on Breakfast Bytes from the week before. If not, you can sign up by clicking on the "sign me up" button at the end of this post. But did you know that I also produce a video version of Sunday Brunch each week? Here is a recent one. Often I find somewhere interesting to make these videos, but with the coronavirus meaning that I'm working from home, then you'll have to make do with my living room and my TV screensaver. Here's one from a couple of weeks ago:
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