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Speaking about Simics and SystemC at DVCon Europe

On October 20, I will be speaking at the Design and Verification Conference and Exhibition Europe 2016 (known as DVCon Europe), presenting a paper titled “Integrating Different Types of Models into a Complete Virtual System – The Simics SystemC* Library”, … Read more >

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Open source software is leading us into a technical utopia

It’s unlike anything else in any industry. Free enterprises from decades-long licensing dependencies. Turn startups into publicly traded companies in no time. But it’s not new. The practice of openly sharing code, allowing others to advance it with incremental contributions, … Read more >

Cryptocurrency Hacker

Cryptocurrencies are a Target for Cybercriminals – Social Platforms are Next (Part 2)

Continuation from part 1: Cryptocurrencies are a Target for Cybercriminals – The New Risks of Innovation Cyber criminals are always looking for victims and ways to exploit them.  Stealing what is valuable is the goal.  Cryptocurrencies hold tremendous wealth, but … Read more >

Cryptocurrency Hacker

Cryptocurrencies are a Target for Cybercriminals – The New Risks of Innovation (part 1)

All cryptocurrencies are a target for cybercriminals.  Anywhere there is value, criminals, fraudsters, and charlatans will soon follow.  It is the Willie Sutton principle.  Willie, a famous bank robber in the 20’s-30’s, was asked why he robbed banks.  He was … Read more >

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The power of simulation and why developers should consider it mandatory—A conversation with IoT expert Sangeeta Ghangam

Getting your system and software architecture right is very important to the success of a product. It is particularly important when the system you are building has a long expected life time. Internet-of-Things (IoT) edge analytics is such a system, … Read more >