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  • Freescale and NXP agree to $40 Billion merger

    Chipmaker NXP Semiconductors NV announced Sunday night that it has agreed to buy Freescale Semiconductor Ltd for $11.8 billion and merge business operations. The combined enterprise values at just over $40 billion and will create a new leader in the auto and industrial semiconductor markets.

  • The IoT and RTOS Reinvention

    A heads up on some of the changes in a new modular operating system environment. Wind River is positioning VxWorks 7 as the reinvented “Internet of Things” RTOS. For targets,

  • Embedded Memories Destined for IoT Seek Security/Power Management Balance

    Low-power designs that also stand guard against passive, semi-invasive and invasive attacks are evolving to protect the IoT devices found in automotive, wearables, medical, industrial

  • Europe’s Take on the IoT

    With 30 billion connected devices expected within five years and spanning automotive, consumer, medical, industrial, smart energy, wearables and more, the Internet of Things (IoT) may

  • RF and MEMS Technologies to Enable the IoT

    The “Internet of Things” (IoT) has been seen as the next major market that will demand high volumes of integrated circuits (IC). The IoT can be loosely defined as a network of small,

  • 3D ASIP: “It’s Complicated”

    The presentations at this week’s 3D Architectures in Semiconductor Integration and Packaging conference could be summed up in a famous Facebook status: “It’s complicated.” They

  • Multicore Q&A with LDRA

    Not just for plants, cross-pollination applies to know-how, too, and there may be no better example than what’s taking place among the mil-aero, medical, industrial and other markets as they seek to take on the complexities of security and safety for multicore systems.

  • Security: The Ultimate Barrier to IoT Success

    Coming to a meeting of minds on security, independent portability and virtualization will pave the way for IoT success.

From the Blogosphere

  • EEVblog #720 – Mailbag

    Dave opens his mail. SPOILERS: Chip Whisperer KickStarter Supermicro Xeon Server Motherboard RF Solutions transmitters and receivers. Bogey Board KAPPA BRAVO PICop II PIC Development board Automatic Voltage Regulator for an alternator. Forum HERE...

  • Blog Post: Collaborative atmosphere yields industry first

    Today, we celebrate an industry first – the newly released SimpleLink™ ultra-low power wireless microcontroller (MCU) platform . For the first time, developers don’t have to choose between having a low-power device or one that is flexible enough to be used with multiple wireless standards like Bluetooth ® Smart,...

  • Sniffing Radio-Frequency Emissions to Secure the Internet of Things

    Monitoring the usual behavior of Internet-connected devices could make it possible to detect malicious activity.A startup called Bastille says it can help companies detect the hacking of devices connected to the so-called Internet of things, which is looming larger as a target for computer crimes....

  • #MATERIALS: "Carbon RF Transistors Extend Smartphone Battery"

    Eventually, smartphones and most the mobile devices will be made from carbon circuitry and carbon-fiber structural materials, unlike silicon and metal today. As a result they will be light as styrofoam, have weeks of battery life and be thin and flexible enough to fold or rollup before pocketing. Carbonics is getting the...

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