embedded design

  • Embedded World 2017: Trends, Talks and Hot Topics

    Embedded World is the perfect one-stop-shop to learn about the global trends influencing embedded design and discover the next big solution of tomorrow, bringing the show’s motto “it’s a smarter world” to life for the 30,000+ attendees. With an exclusive focus on embedded technologies, this year’s show will feature over 930 exhibitors and numerous speakers

  • Cypress’ Maker of the Month: Andrés Sánchez and Jeisson David Torrecilla

    The Maker of the Month series recognizes unique projects created by the maker community. At Cypress®, we are committed to helping our customers (international OEMs and makers alike) bring their innovations to life with our easy-to-use software tools and programmable solutions. For more information about Cypress’ maker community involvement, check out the rest of our

  • Data security concerns? Learn how to stay safe with internal error correcting SRAMs.

    Data security is a hot topic among hardware engineers these days, but did you know that the reliability of your system depends on the integrity of the data stored in the system’s memory? In turn, the integrity of the data in the memory depends on the atmospheric conditions around it? Alpha particles and gamma rays

  • Cypress’ Maker of the Month: Jobin Thomas

    The Maker of the Month series recognizes unique projects created by the maker community. At Cypress, we are committed to helping our customers (international OEMs and makers alike) bring their innovations to life with our easy-to-use software tools and programmable solutions. For more information about Cypress’ maker community involvement, check out the rest of our

  • Cypress’ Maker of the Month: Krishnaswamy Ramkumar

    The Maker of the Month series recognizes unique projects created by the maker community. At Cypress, we are committed to helping our customers (international OEMs and makers alike) bring their innovations to life with our easy-to-use software tools and programmable solutions. For more information about Cypress’ maker community involvement, check out the rest of our

  • Bringing to Life the Auto, IoT and USB Technology of the Future at CES 2017

    CES is where the most innovative companies gather to showcase the technologies that will shape our lives for years to come. The show debuted in 1967 showing off the latest transistor radios and black-and-white TVs. Now 50 years later, the show represents just how far technology has advanced since the late 1960s as we’ve moved

  • The Mother of All Memory Challenges: Overcoming the Speed-Power Conundrum

    As circuit designers, system designers or board designers, we have time and again had to throw down the gauntlet and have been asked to achieve the fastest speeds with the least power dissipation. In the end, we always have had to compromise one thing for the other. Faster speeds come at the price of power,

  • Our Sensing the World Challenge Brings out the Maker in Everyone

    We love the creative and innovative ideas that makers from around the world have submitted to Cypress and Hackster’s “Sensing the World” contest. This contest was designed to showcase cool projects that use Cypress’ PSoC Analog Coprocessor. The PSoC Analog Coprocessor makes it easy to design sensor-based embedded solutions and leaves makers with no boundaries

  • Cypress’ Maker of the Month: Juan Esteban Paz

    The Maker of the Month series recognizes unique projects created by the maker community. At Cypress, we are committed to helping our customers (international OEMs and makers alike) bring their innovations to life with our easy-to-use software tools and programmable solutions. For more information about Cypress’ maker community involvement, check out the rest of our Maker

  • Making Made Easy: Cypress’ 2016 Maker Faire Journey

    Our #PSoCMaker team hit the road in May to kick off our 2016 Maker Faire journey, joining innovators from around the globe to celebrate the Maker Movement. We get particularly excited for Maker Faire events because they bring together tech enthusiasts, makers, educators, tinkerers, food artisans, hobbyists, engineers, science clubs, artists, students, and commercial exhibitors