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STMicroelectronics Reveals Advanced MEMS Accelerometers Engineered to Withstand Stresses of Modern Mobile Life
Innovative design boosts the sensor’s thermal and mechanical stability to deliver robust high performance in ultra space-saving footprint STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), a
Military analysts still study grainy reconnaissance images and make threat assessments. Could sophisticated...
By: Alan Grau, Icon Labs Anyone who seriously studies embedded device security will quickly realize that...
Celebrating its 25th year, the annual Hot Chips Conference held at Stanford University last month lived...
While the main manufacturing flows are still focusing on optical lithography, eBeam and EUV are still...
Foren6 is an effort to provide a non-intrusive 6LoWPAN network analysis tool. It leverages passive sniffer devices to reconstruct a visual and textual representation of network information to support real-world Internet of Things applications where other means of debug (cabled or network-based monitoring) are too costly...
Blog Post: What do oil rigs, fitness equipment and cars have in common? TI’s latest innovation in energy harvesting / (TI E2E Community)
Harvesting power from free, ambient energy like lights (in an office or factory), vibrations (from industrial motors or vibrating structures) and heat (such as from pipes carrying hot fluids or even body heat) is a big interest in a variety of industries. Technology exists today to capture or harvest ambient energy, but...
The Biggest Change Since the Industrial Revolution is Coming: The Internet of Things / (Conversation Central)
Guest: Oleg Logvinov, Director, Market Development at STMicroelectronics’ Industrial & Power Conversion Division; Chief Technical Officer, Board Member, and Co-founder of the HomePlug Powerline Alliance Host: Karen Bartleson, Sr. Director, Community Marketing, Synopsys Inc. If your browser doesn’t support...
Cisco re-org exemplifies rise of IoT / (Anablog)
Cisco Systems has created a new business unit and investment fund for the Internet of Things....
PCIe supports connectivity with legacy equipment built on interfaces such as RS-232 and PCI that are “obsolete” in the consumer electronics world.
Service provider investments in Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) initiatives may lead to innovative and valuable new services.
Media processing accelerators based on power-efficient DSPs—in both PCIe and ATCA formats—offer the best cost/power/density solution for adding Voice over LTE to network elements.
Our roundtable discussion hits PCIe’s generational shifts to address demanding requirements, the outlook for the new PCIe OCuLink cable, and the move to mobile and low-power applications.
From in-vehicle infotainment systems and advanced driver-assistance systems (and the standards that support them) to the self-driving car, embedded automotive systems never looked so cool.
The right security gateway technology will keep operators, customer devices and data secure and will open up further opportunities to relieve pressure on the core network.
With PCs waning, Intel’s got another bullet in its gun pointed at the Internet of Things: huge knowledge of moving, storing and managing enterprise data.
The machine-to-machine (M2M) phenomenon is accelerating and is coming to just about any connected technology near you. Chris Ciufo, Senior Editor Similar to many
Smart antennas provide the capability to co-locate the antenna and black-box functionality for better performance and lower cost.
A “how to” list of practical considerations for adding wireless capablities to machines.
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