AI Requires Tailored DRAM Solutions

April 6, 2020

For over 30 years, DRAM has continuously adapted to the needs of each new wave of hardware spanning PCs, game consoles, mobile phones and cloud servers. AI/ML may be the biggest challenge yet. Artificial intelligence is the study and application of providing hardware and software that attempt to emulate human intelligence. Therefore, as human beings adapt to different tasks, AI must adapt. Indeed, if AI is to scale to the diversity of human tasks, it will not be via a single, monolithic solution. For every task a human can perform, AI must adapt through a unique combination of hardware and software components.

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Digital Engineering Effectiveness

whitePaper | May 16, 2022

This paper explores the reluctance of developers of cyber-physical systems to embrace digital engineering (DE), how DE methods should be tailored to achieve their stakeholders' goals, and how to measure the effectiveness of DE-enabled workflows.

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Advancing Digital Safety: A Framework to Align Global Action

whitePaper | June 29, 2021

The paper invites governments, industry, academia and civil society to drive collective action through the newly launched Global Coalition for Digital Safety.

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WHITE PAPER: Dry Kiln Fan Speed Reduction

whitePaper | May 20, 2021

Dry kilns are an integral part of manufacturing of wood products – they can also be one of the largest electrical power consumers in a modern sawmill. Dry kilns operating at suboptimal performance can increase drying cycle time, as well as waste thousands of dollars of electricity.

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The Engineer’s Guide to the Resilient Platform

whitePaper | February 10, 2020

Engineers are facing ever-increasing pressure from business executives to incorporate innovative technologies into their products. The realities of creating new and unexplored concepts, while accounting for more and more smart connected products, and continually adapting to changing market uncertainties, is making it challenging for companies to compete effectively.

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Solving the Challenge of a Growing Shortage of Engineering Expertise

whitePaper | January 9, 2020

Trained and experienced designers are your greatest resource. With more employee retirements in the near future, and with complex technologies being implemented, graduate engineers without specific application experience are finding it difficult to step into the shoes of those retirees easily. Companies are having to deal with these situations right now.

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5 Best Practices to Identify the Best Tender

whitePaper | May 28, 2021

Reliable subcontractors who can deliver work on time are vital for keeping any project on budget and on schedule. And choosing the wrong subcontractor introduces risk to your project that grows exponentially as time goes on. It’s clear that picking the right subcontractor is one of the most important jobs a head contractor does, but it’s also one of the most difficult. Slow, manual processes can impede your ability to find the right subcontractors, choose the best tender, and effectively communicate with your subcontractors when the project starts.

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