In 2012, Opensystems Media launched a new monthly e-Newsletter for DSP-FPGA.com. OSM also enhances web content with new app and consolidated coverage of feature topics including DSP, FPGA, and EDA. These feature topics have their own corresponding TechChannel for even more rich content for DSP-FPGA.com readership. More than 35,000 engineers will receive the monthly e-Newsletter.
DSPs and FPGAs are complementary solutions for a vast array of high-performance signal processing applications. Because of their programmability and performance, together or separately, designers employ DSPs and FPGAs in systems ranging from wireless base stations and Gigabit Ethernet, to radar and embedded vision applications, industrial controls, and consumer electronics. At DSP-FPGA.com, OSM covers these technologies from the details of the latest IC designs, to the associated EDA and development tools, application kits and software, to provide engineers with the information they need to know to develop advanced signal processing systems.
“It makes logical sense to cover EDA as it relates to FPGA design, and the use of FPGA prototyping in SoC/ASIC design,” said Mike Demler, Editorial Director, DSP-FPGA.com. “Additionally, the Twitter following of DSP-FPGA.com is a loyal following with exceptionally high open rates for DSP-FPGA.com e-mails.”
VITA Technologies is the premier publication dedicated to VITA activities and its members. VITA Technologies will include VITA news and standards updates, plus in-depth analysis of the technologies, products, and trends impacting the industry.
“The name change reflects our focused editorial direction and provides our readers worldwide with editorial content for VITA Technologies with increased analysis of the technologies impacting design decisions for critical embedded systems,” said Jerry Gipper, VITA Technologies, Editorial Director, OpenSystems Media. “With over 80 standards activities in various phases ranging from concept to completion, there is a lot of information that needs to be available to engineers and VITA Technologies is the place to get that information.”