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EETimes On Air (EETimes全球联播) 是ASPENCORE专门为电子业界人士提供的15-30分钟电子行业新闻播报节目,由全球EETimes媒体记者、编辑、分析师与业界专家的访谈录制而成。
2020-05-15 14:31:43
May 13, 1980. That was the day Ethernet officially began to take over the world. The basic idea for Ethernet was devised a few years earlier, in 1973, by Bob Metcalfe and David Boggs, both then working at Xerox Park, the research operation that was the birthplace of so many of the basic concepts of modern computing – everything from graphical user interfaces to the mouse to…, well, Ethernet.
EETimes on Air 2020-05-15 14:26:13
HiSilicon recently broke into the ranks of the top 10 semiconductor companies in the world. That’s a pretty exclusive club it just joined. We have a conversation with international editor Junko Yoshida about what that means for the electronics industry and for China.
EETimes on Air 2020-05-15 14:22:37
Lars Reger is CTO of NXP Semiconductors. He’s been managing the development of the company’s automotive technology for nearly a dozen years, and for the company’s entire technology portfolio for the last two. This week we talk to Reger about the Internet of Things, the difference between safety and security, and how to keep hackers out of your refrigerator, among other things.
EETimes on Air 2020-05-08 14:21:42
SkyLab was supposed to have been backed up by the Space Shuttle program, but the Space Shuttle program experienced development delays. When SkyLab’s orbit began to deteriorate, there was some hope a Shuttle could still be prepared quickly enough to help re-position it, but it wasn’t to be.
EETimes on Air 2020-05-08 14:18:55
ARM built its reputation providing cores for processors that went into smartphones. By necessity, those cores had to be incredibly power-efficient, and were. ARM has been saying for years that that power efficiency is going to eventually become very germane to data center operators.
EETimes on Air 2020-05-08 14:13:44
Data centers process boggling amounts of data. Every online app runs somewhere, and that “somewhere” is usually a data center. Anything that happens in “the cloud”? Also a data center. Every time you talk to Siri or Google Assistant? Data centers again.
EETimes on Air 2020-05-01 10:08:58
Education has changed, and that most certainly includes engineering education. Students applying to engineering schools are looking for programs where they expect to start getting hands-on experience quicker than engineering students in the past used to get it. Companies claim they aren’t getting the caliber of engineer they want out of graduating classes.
EETimes on Air 2020-05-01 10:04:04
People are increasingly concerned with pollution and waste, and governments around the world are imposing restrictions on what materials can be used, and how they can be used.
EETimes on Air 2020-05-01 10:02:04
Last week we promised an appearance from our London correspondent Sally Ward-Foxton. Sally is our artificial intelligence maven, but lately she’s been working on a top-secret project that we’re finally able to talk about.
EETimes on Air 2020-04-24 14:19:20
Speaking of dead frogs, most of our listeners are likely acquainted with the phenomenon of “galvanization.” The derivation of the word, of course, comes from the name of the scientists who first detected the response, Luigi Galvani and his wife, Lucia.
EETimes on Air 2020-04-24 14:16:13
Dan Breznitz, who holds the Munk Chair of Innovation Studies at the University of Toronto, is an authority on what it takes for countries to re-establish and maintain a production base. I and my fellow editor George Leopold held a videoconference with Breznitz recently to ask him what it would take for a country to promote a thriving production economy today. We first asked him about examples of countries that have done it.
EETimes on Air 2020-04-24 14:10:22
An oxymoron is a phrase that seems to have an internal contradiction. Examples include “tight slacks,” “act naturally” and “jumbo shrimp.” You might be forgiven for thinking that the phrase “data security” is another oxymoron. 
EETimes on Air 2020-04-10 14:59:19
随着新技术的涌现,医疗行业也正蓬勃发展。 传感器性能不断优化,各类传感器以多种方式组合,以支持更好地监测日益增多的各项生命体征。更强大的处理器和更灵活的存储器,再加上巧妙的能量收集方案,以及短距离通信的优化,使得人们无论是在数据上,还是在这些医疗设备本身,都可以更轻松地访问正在生成的数据,并将其发送到指定地方进行处理——附近的设备,或某个“云”。
EETimes on Air 2020-04-03 10:20:40
EE Times最近发表了一系列文章,内容涉及投票方式、所使用的电子系统、这些系统的漏洞、投票机制,以及如何重塑投票流程的完整性。这个系列我们称之为一个特别栏目,标题是“留给美国筹备大选的时间不多了(Time is Running Out to Secure US Elections.)”。
EETimes on Air 2020-03-27 11:28:25
技术性会议日程都受到了疫情的影响,但大家亟需做些尝试,以尽力保持部分业务能顺利开展。 电子行业的许多顶尖供应商都在参加名为Embedded To Go的嵌入式系统技术线上活动。我们将与活动的组织者之一进行交谈。
EETimes on Air 2020-03-27 09:31:47
EE Times的编辑Sally Ward-Foxton最近写了一个关于英特尔神经拟态计算实验的故事。
EETimes on Air 2020-03-20 12:54:02
我们一直都在报道这次新型冠状病毒的爆发对整个行业带来了怎样的影响。今天的节目,我们将从编辑的个人视角来讨论新型冠状病毒是如何在影响高科技产业的同时,重创我们的经济和文化。
EETimes on Air 2020-03-13 10:53:36
超级计算机。美国能源部(DoE)刚刚公布了迄今为止世界上最快的超级计算机。 超级计算是一个极为重要的市场,同时,对芯片公司来说,这也是一个极具竞争性的市场。 在最新一轮的超级计算机“比赛”中,出现了一位引人注目的胜者,而且这个结果有些出人意料。
EETimes on Air 2020-03-06 11:29:22
Northrup Grumman(音译:诺斯洛普·格鲁曼公司)前不久刚完成一项维修在轨运行卫星的任务。 这是人类有史以来第一次完成类似任务。我们邀请了太空探索领域的常驻专家George Leopold来详细解释一下这项了不起的任务。
2020-02-28 15:09:02
随着病毒出人意料的广泛传播,全球人民都不愿出行,导致许多国际性会议日程受到影响。这不得不引起重视。这些会议原本会为主办方、旅游业以及主办城市带来收益。每年在一些较大的会议上,都能签订数十亿美元的合同。 这些会议的取消所带来的经济损失与影响在全球经济中蔓延。
2020-02-21 09:54:56
不断有人跟我们说,AV将挽救生命。好吧,是的,不过驾驶辅助技术也能做到,或许还拥有同等优势。一般而言,赞成采用驾驶辅助技术的公司往往是老牌汽车公司。这些公司至今已创建好几十年了,而且在道路安全方面拥有丰富经验。
2020-02-14 09:45:23
我们决定,在EE Times的特别项目中研究VR市场,以及相关的AR市场——这是一系列有关VR和AR当今状况的报告。 该系列中的一篇文章由我们的朋友—来自Tirias Research的Kevin Krewell撰写。我们邀请Kevin一起讨论一下这种技术。
2020-02-07 16:32:25
随着中国武汉市新型冠状病毒的爆发,这次卫生突发事件已经成为关键话题。 疫情对于全球产业的破坏已经很严重,且可能持续加重。今天我们将讨论新冠病毒带来的经济影响及已造成的损害,还会呈现一位深圳同事的现场报道。
2020-01-31 12:07:16
特朗普政府一直敦促其经济盟友禁止安装华为5G网络设备。英国却声称,不接受美国的这一要求。这个故事说起来话长,实际上要复杂得多。
EETimes on Air 2020-01-13 11:55:14
Qualcomm made some headline news, announcing it is burrowing deeper into the automotive market. We’ve got an interview with the Qualcomm vice president in charge of the company’s automotive operations.
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