William Wong

William
Wong
Technology Editor

Bill is a technology editor for Electronic Design focusing on embedded,software, and systems. Check out his blog, AltEmbedded. If you are submitting press releases please include pricing information and links to hi res (300dpi) images when appropriate or it goes to the bottom of the pile.

 

Articles
Q&A: Managing Background Noise for Speech-Recognition Systems 1
Cypher CEO John Walker discusses the problems, solutions, and myths surrounding automated speech recognition.
Plenty of Platform Choices for Embedded Designers
Developers have a wide range of choices when it comes to industrial single-board computers. We examine many of the options available.
What Is Inside an IoT Chip?
What does an IoT SoC need? Everything from embedded security and communications to neural networks and more.
Q&A: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the DragonFly 2020 3D Printer 3
Technology Editor Bill Wong talks with Nano Dimension’s Lena Kotlar, who designed the DragonFly 2020 3D Printer that prints 3D PCBs.
A Jewel of a Joule 6
It came near the end of Intel’s CEO’s keynote speech but the Intel Joule module looks to be a winner.
What’s the Difference Between Pokémon Go and Augmented Reality? 3
Pokémon Go game has taken the world by storm. It’s just one way augmented reality is inching into our world.
Q&A: What is Barr Group's Approach to Coding Standards?
The Barr Group champions coding standards and safe software practices through guidance, advocacy, and training of embedded developers.
Checking Out the PSoC 4 S-Series Kit
Technology Editor Bill Wong takes a look at Cypress Semiconductor's CY8CKit-041-40XX Pioneer Kit based on the PSoC 4 with BLE support.
Encrypted SSDs Take Aim at Industrial IoT Applications 1
Virtium’s latest crop of solid state disks (SSD) target industrial applications that require secure storage. Self-encrypting drives (SEDs) offer one means of doing this.
Mining Chipworks for Data Gold
Chipworks opens its archive of teardowns for big data analytics with a new service called Inside Technology.
What’s the Difference Between Containers and Virtual Machines?
Containers and virtual machines are two ways to deploy multiple, isolated services on a single platform. So how do they differ?
Find Out What to Wear at Wearables TechCon
Technology Editor Bill Wong is headed to Wearables TechCon, where he will be hosting a pair of panels on IoT hardware and software.
Q&A: PAM4 Single Lambda Addresses Today’s Ethernet Challenges
Electronic Design talks to AppliedMicro about the world’s first 100G PAM4 single-wavelength solution for 100G and 400G Ethernet.
11 Myths about OpenCL
OpenCL is a computational framework designed to take advantage of multicore platforms. Unsurprisingly, there are a few myths surrounding it.
A Deeper Look at Deep-Learning Frameworks
Deep learning is one aspect of artificial intelligence gaining ground thanks to multicore hardware such as GPGPUs, with tools and frameworks also providing more accessibility to the technology.
Technology Myths
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Charged Up
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Latest Products
Electronic Design’s Products of the Week (8/7-8/13) By Electronic Design Staff New Products Read Now
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