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| The Three Axioms of Successful Marketing
I wrote these in 1993 and they are still true today:
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|About CPU Technologies Consulting - Engineering Leadership
CPU Technologies of Boston is a sales and marketing firm located in Boston, Massachusetts, specialzing in marketing and engineering management.
|Convergence of Microcontrollers and DSPs
This exhaustive white paper by Bill Giovino (your Executive Editor of Microcontroller.com) was the January 2000 cover story for Embedded Systems Programming magazine. It details the differences between microcontrollers and DSPs while describing some of the new, suprising applications that require both products in unique combinations.
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|Modern Microcontroller Market Part 1
A playful, and somewhat unusual, webinar on the modern microcontroller market. This is just part one which gives a broad view of how the 8-, 16- and 32-bit markets are segmented and the size of their impressive numbers.
Part 2 will cover the 8- and 16-bit markets in depth. Part 3 will cover 32-bit and it's playful relationship to it's siblings with the smaller architectures.
|Modern Microcontroller Market Part 2
Another unusual webinar on the modern microcontroller market. This webinar focuses on the 8- and 16-bit marketplaces and why they will live forever. Yes, the (gasp!) 8051 is discussed, and the COP8, who many will say was the first Flash microcontroller, is briefly mentioned.
Part 3 will cover 32-bit and it's playful relationship to it's siblings with the smaller architectures.
|What will Happen with Mobile Phone Technology?
You've got your trusted mobile phone in your pocket. At any moment, you suddenly take it out, place it comfortably in your hand, and begin to furiously browse the Internet, play a game, read email - or even (gasp!) make a phone call! What's next for these neat handheld devices?
Bill Giovino gives you his 30 second analysis.