Peeling Away Memory Chips
As consumers demand smaller memory chips with greater capacity, engineers optimize the manufacturing process to ensure the chips will hold up.
5G High-Speed Interconnect Design
If you want to learn about designing high-speed interconnects for 5G and Satcom applications, tune into this webinar with guest speaker Eric Gebhard of Signal Microwave.
WebAssembly Will Finally Let You Run High-Performance Applications in Your Browser
Online applications could work as smoothly as the programs you install on your machine
Fuel Cells Poised to Replace India’s Diesel Generators
Scientists at India’s National Chemistry Laboratory have pinpointed a clean, cost-effective fuel cell that can replace the unreliable and pollutive diesel generators that power India’s telecom towers.
Stanford Algorithm Can Diagnose Pneumonia Better Than Radiologists
It took Stanford AI researchers just a month to beat radiologists at the pneumonia game
Invisible Connections will Unveil our 5G Future
At Signal Microwave, simulation is being used to design specialized connectors for high-speed RF applications.
The Xerox Alto Struts Its Stuff on Its 40th Birthday
A live demonstration of a restored Xerox Alto shows how much it still influences computers today—and the lessons it has left to share
Calculation Management Done Right
Calculation Management is fundamental to managing company assets across an organization to reduce errors and create a streamlined process.
Innovative Motor Designs for Electric Cars Come to Life
Faraday Future designs motors for electric cars.
Multi-Physics Simulation; a key component of a superior Digitalization strategy for the Electronics industry
Learn how high tech companies are leveraging Simulation to reduce product development cycle times, improving the performance of their products and reducing costs associated to warranty repairs, recalls and unnecessary prototypes.
Two Different Top500 Supercomputing Benchmarks Show Two Different Top Supercomputers
In the new TOP500 Supercomputer Rankings, who’s number one depends on which benchmark you use
Analyzing the LHC Magnet Quenches
Engineers at CERN use multiphysics simulation to improve the understanding of transient effects in superconducting magnets and magnet circuits of the Large Hadron Collider.
It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane: Flow Patterns Around an Oscillating Piezoelectric Fan Blade
Engineers at Nokia Bell Labs use multiphysics simulation to capture the interplay between an oscillating piezoelectric fan and the surrounding airflow in the pursuit of a quiet, reliable, and low-energy cooling solution.
Leading Innovation and Design with Multiphysics Simulation
Smart Turf Harvesting Machine Boosts Productivity and Reduces Cost
Using the NI CompactRIO platform can save hundreds of thousands of dollars in development time
The Improbable Origins of PowerPoint
Here’s the surprising story behind the software that conquered the world, one slide at a time
IBM Simulates a 56-Qubit Machine
A supercomputer surpasses the proposed limit of using conventional machines to simulate quantum computers
Behold, the World’s Most Famous Teapot
Used in pioneering computer-graphics research, the Utah teapot has made cameos in Pixar’s Toy Story, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and “The Simpsons”
Alan Turing: How His Universal Machine Became a Musical Instrument
The computing pioneer gave his computer the ability to play notes
Artificial Intelligence Beats CAPTCHA
Neural net modeled after human brain's visual system could aid computer preception