After a lengthy hiatus, we'll be recording a new episode of The Tech Report Podcast tomorrow evening. Special guest David Kanter, of Real World Technologies and the Microprocessor Report, will be returning to the show to speak with me about Soft Machines' VISC architecture and the performance targets the company released recently. We'll also be answering reader questions about VISC or any other relevant topics that come our way.
We'll be recording live at 9:30 PM ET (6:30 PM PT). You can join us on our Twitch channel to ask questions, or post your queries in the comments on this article. We'll try to answer as many reader questions as we have time for. We hope you can join us!
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