Multicore Mix

  • We have so much love for our Multicore Mix readers that we are celebrating YOUR love of multicore with a contest in the spirit of Valentines Day! To enter the contest, leave a comment on this post and tell us what you LOVE about multicore. It’s...
  • Thanks to those who participated in our last Multicore Mix contest! We loved hearing about why you read our blog. Congratulations to BigDogGuru for submitting the winning response: “After poring over datasheets and application notes all day...
  • It’s been a while since we’ve had a contest here on the Multicore Mix so we thought we would kick off this holiday season with just that! To enter this contest, comment on this post to let us what YOU think is the best gift idea for the...
  • Time has flown since we launched our Multicore Mix blog one year ago! It’s been a year of insight on multicore trends and topics from blog authors Sandeep, Arnon, Tom, Juergen, Zhihong and Debbie. Somehow, here in the Multicore Mix, Arnon has related...
  • It’s hard to believe it’s already been two years since we started “Multicore Mix!” Time flies when you’re having fun, though, right? We’ve heard from so many experts, from TIers to partners to customers, who have shared...
  • A big thank you to everyone who participated in our contest last week! We loved hearing about how our blog posts have inspired you. Congratulations to ­­David Hoelscher for submitting the winning response: “I found the three-part series...
  • As often happens with products, the user finds a benefit of the product that was not the initial or at least primary target of the product or its features. I mentioned in a recent blog post , about how the plethora of personal GPS navigation devices has...
  • So, you have selected your snappy new multicore device and are ready to start development. What’s next? Fire up your tool suite and get coding right? Not so fast. Did you really take the time to make tools part of the evaluation process? I hope...
  • There's a saying in the new paradigm of youth coaching that goes, no lines, no lectures, no laps (the 3 L's). The idea is that in order to make the best use of time, provide the most enjoyable experience, and best develop young soccer players, coaches...
  • As I look out of the airplane window upon my return from the two day, Linley Carrier Conference in San Jose, with clouds in view, above to the side and below us, I am reminded of my own presentation at this conference: Cloud base stations, Revolution...