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NXP QorIQ LayerScape LA1575 Programmable Wireless SoC to Support 5G, 802.11ax & 802.11ad WiFi, and Wireline

NXP has recently announced QorIQ LayerScape LA1575 programmable wireless platform with two ARMv8 cores, and simultaneous multi-standard support for 5G, Wi-Fi (802.11 ac and 802.11ax) and Wireline systems for enterprise and high-end home gateways. QorIQ LayerScape LA1575 Block Diagram QorIQ LayerScape LA1575 key features and specifications: Multicore ARMv8 Processors for user applications DDR4 with ECC Programmable […]

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LEDE 17.01.0 “Reboot” Router Operating System Released

Home > Applied Micro, Linux, Linux 4.x, NXP QorIQ, OpenWRT, Qualcomm Atheros, Xilinx Zynq > LEDE 17.01.0 “Reboot” Router Operating System Released LEDE 17.01.0 “Reboot” Router Operating System Released LEDE (Linux Embedded Development Environment) is a fork of OpenWrt after some disagreements between developers, and while there are talks about merging OpenWrt and LEDE development, […]

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Comment on E-Shaped Staff by Derek Huether

Because organizations rely on an ever increasing number of technologies, we often wind up with an increased number of specialists on staff.  When departments over-specialize, they develop silos and increase the number of organizational dependencies.  Everything begins to require multiple handoff and things slow down.  To counter silos and increase the flow of value moving through the system […]

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Comment on E-Shaped Staff by Vasilij

Because organizations rely on an ever increasing number of technologies, we often wind up with an increased number of specialists on staff.  When departments over-specialize, they develop silos and increase the number of organizational dependencies.  Everything begins to require multiple handoff and things slow down.  To counter silos and increase the flow of value moving through the system […]

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Comment on In Organizational Agile Change Management , Culture Comes Last by Scott Forgey

courtesy @opensourceway Here at LeadingAgile, we have a specific cycle for achieving organizational Agile change management. In short, to make real substantive organizational change, you need to attack the following dimensions Organizational Structure:  Processes, Practices, Policies Cultural Beliefs …in exactly that order. That’s right, when you strive for organizational Agile change management, you need to […]

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Comment on The state of mainframe continuous delivery by Dave Nicolette

What’s in this article Mainframe continuous delivery overviewThe literatureIssues with Mainframe-hosted solutionsObservations from the fieldA glimpse into the future Mainframe Continuous Delivery Overview Continuous delivery is an approach to software delivery that seeks to break down the rigid series of phases through which software normally passes on the journey from a developer’s workstation to a […]

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Comment on The state of mainframe continuous delivery by Steve Pettit

What’s in this article Mainframe continuous delivery overviewThe literatureIssues with Mainframe-hosted solutionsObservations from the fieldA glimpse into the future Mainframe Continuous Delivery Overview Continuous delivery is an approach to software delivery that seeks to break down the rigid series of phases through which software normally passes on the journey from a developer’s workstation to a […]

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