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According to the latest market study released by Technavio, the global micro-electro-mechanical-systems (MEMS) market is expected to reach USD 20.26 billion by 2020, growing at a...
Tom Rebbeck, Research Director, and Head of IoT and M2M at Analysys Mason, (global telecoms advisers) comments on the news that Softbank is to acquire UK's Arm Holdings. Softbank...
Scottsdale, Arizona - 18 Jul 2016 – Wireless charging promises to radically change the market landscape, particularly if long-range, wire-free technologies meet key milestones....
London, United Kingdom - 14 Jul 2016 — The market for non-cellular (non-3GPP) M2M Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) technologies, such as LoRa and SIGFOX, holds the potential for healthy...
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This video series explains how to run applications on ARMv8 model using the ARM DS-5 Development Studio.
Introduction to USB-C™ and USB Power Delivery technologies with a live technical demonstration, and the announcement of the EVK-UTC2000, a complete evaluation kit for Microchip's
Microchip’s KSZ8061 family delivers fully programmable, integrated noise filtering to reduce Ethernet line emissions and enhance immunity, enabling you to meet rigorous EMC standards
Learn more about Virtium Solid State Storage and Memory in this two-and-a-half-minute video. Virtium’s made-in-the-USA, iTemp (-40°C to 85°C) industrial-embedded solutions withstand
ASIC Prototyping with FPGAs faces global development challenges in the hardware-software IoT and automotive markets.
In this video Adafruit Founder Limor Fried interviews Dave Doherty on topics ranging from the death of the physical catalogue, to the joy of running an engineering company as an engineer yourself.
Microchip’s wearable Bluetooth Low Energy pedometer reference design demo helps designers develop a low-cost, low-power, wearable pedometer with both an on-board LED display as well as Bluetooth Low Energy capability to connect to smartphones and tablets. This demo board can be used as a basic wearable step count activity tracker design, but it can also be used as a development platform for the design of more advanced activity tracker functions such as distance traveled or calories burned. Also, additional biometric measurement capability can be added using other Microchip medical reference demo designs.