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From its not-so-humble beginnings in the early 1990s, the Controller Area Network (CAN) bus has expanded from its automotive and industrial roots to connect and interconnect control systems in some of the most dynamic industries on earth (and beyond). 

Tim Bresien // Sep 21, 2020

Well, summer may be winding down but the PCB designs continue to heat up! Over the last few weeks, we’ve seen an assortment of new hardware emerge — ranging from development boards in unusual form factors to crowdfunding campaigns on Crowd Supply, GroupGets, and Kickstarter.

Microchip Technology // Sep 15, 2020
The demand for analyzing data at the edge is a growing product requirement. Computing at the edge device instead of the cloud means that…. 
Prasanna Obala Bhuvanesh // May 19, 2020
With the right range of screen size options in the appliance touch screen controller family, appliance touch screen designs are more scalable, which ultimately shortens design time, and lowers system and development cost. 
Stephan Thaler and Chad Solomon // Apr 14, 2020
Adopting the proper design thinking approach, along with a culture that embraces prototyping and rapid iteration, can improve time to market while reducing the capital and human costs of product development.
Ward Andrews, CEO, Drawbackwards // Mar 11, 2020
New architectures are needed to better utilize and optimize hardware assets spanning compute, memory and storage.
Andrew Dieckmann // Mar 6, 2020
Learn what attestation measurements are and how they help prove to the platform what firmware is running.
Jeff Plank // Mar 5, 2020
This article discusses technology critical to the imaging systems used in veterinary care and our success in the veterinary ultrasound industry.
Jesse Nichols // Feb 21, 2020
In the first two parts of this series, we looked at multiple security threats in the server and storage industry. Now let’s look at some specific concerns and possible solutions to those problems. 
Jeff Plank // Feb 7, 2020
FlexPort technology for saving time, money, and ease-of-use in deploying a precise IRIG time synchronization solution like the SyncServer S650 makes a lot of sense.
Paul Skoog // Feb 1, 2020
As the healthcare industry for animals continues to grow, a good ultrasound system has become inevitable for veterinarians. Read this article and learn about the different veterinary ultrasound requirements for large versus small animals.
Jesse Nichols // Jan 29, 2020
The continued evolution of IoT technologies will push the boundaries of a smarter, more connected world.
Pravin Venkatraj // Jan 10, 2020
Securing the operational state of components has become an ever-increasing topic among the server and storage industry. While much of the industry has already secured the platforms upon which subcomponents operate, it’s important to understand that subcomponents are now the next step for applying a security model.
Jeff Plank // Dec 17, 2019
In today’s automotive applications ISO26262 has become a critical element of passenger safety, as electric and electronic content has rapidly grown within cars. To help customers achieve the desired Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) certification, Microchip Technology’s dsPIC33 family is commonly used in digital power and motor control applications. Learn more.
Julie Ann Baker // Dec 8, 2019
Remote car access systems provide today’s drivers with a variety of convenience and safety benefits. As the top supplier of wireless PEPS ICs to Tier 1 automotive OEMs, Microchip is “key” to hands-free interaction with modern vehicles. We offer turnkey solutions with the highest level of security to support several features.
Microchip Technology Inc. // Dec 4, 2019