Largest purchase of Israeli tech

Intel to buy Mobileye for $15 billion in largest purchase of Israeli US giant Intel Corp. said Monday that it has agreed to buy Mobileye, a Jerusalem-based developer of advanced vision and driver assistance systems, for $15.3 billion. The American chipmaker hopes the purchase will position it as a leading technology player in the fast-growing self-driving car market. “The deal, …

Optima’s Approach Consistent with Findings of a Major Research Paper

A major research paper that was published last year represents a milestone in the error resilience literature. The research, entitled CLEAR (for “Cross-Layer Exploration for Architecting Resilience”), was led by an impressive list of authors, including Prof. Jacob A. Abraham from UTA, Prof. Subhasish Mitra from Stanford, and Pradip Bose – a Distinguished Research Staff Member from IBM. It was published, among …

Intel Announces $250 Million Investment for Autonomous Driving

More international companies entering the autonomous car market, Intel decision will drive more innovation and more hope to the small start-ups. Intel Corporation displays its automated driving technology at the Automobility LA conference on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation) Delivering his keynote address at the LA Auto Show’s AutoMobility conference, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich today announced that Intel …

EETimes: “Cadence Breaks Down Automotive ISO 26262”

In this interview, John Brennan, product management director at Cadence, discusses with Junko Yoshida, EE Time Chief International Correspondent, the importance of ISO-26262 for the Automotive semiconductor industry and Cadence’s strategy in it.   Here are a few quotes from the interview: Q: What’s the ISO 26262 for? A: The standard is to ensure safe operation and functional safety in automotive …