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IoT Security: Intel EPID Starts at the Silicon With a projected 100 billion IoT devices by 2020, security cannot be reliably entrusted to end users or installers deploying millions of IoT devices every month.The... read more

USB Type-C, the Swiss-Army Knife of Electronics, adds HDMI A design worth a closer look. USB Type-C „¢, also known as USB-C „¢, is the latest Universal Serial Bus connector standard, handling up to 10Gbps and 10... read more

Gateways for the Internet of Things Speak Multiple Protocols With multiple wired and wireless communications protocols in use on the factory floor, office, and home, today’s IoT gateways must speak multipl... read more

Cloud Computing, Fog Architecture and Why Senior Communities Should Care Why edge computing and fog architecture are a natural for senior living communities.The idea of remote computing and data storage has bee... read more



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  • IoT Security: Intel EPID Starts at the Silicon

    05/22/17  With a projected 100 billion IoT devices by 2020, security cannot be reliably entrusted to end users or installers deploying millions of IoT devices every month. There are 8.4 billion Internet-connected things in use this year, which is...

  • USB Type-C, the Swiss-Army Knife of Electronics, adds HDMI

    05/08/17  A design worth a closer look. USB Type-C™, also known as USB-C™, is the latest Universal Serial Bus connector standard, handling up to 10Gbps and 100 watts of power (at 5V, 12V, and 20V). USB-C connectors and cables allow a single source...

  • Will Moore's and Metcalfe's Laws Cross the IOT Chasm?

    04/30/17  The success of the IOT may depend more on a viable customer experience over the convergence of the semiconductor and communication worlds....

  • Cloud Computing, Fog Architecture and Why Senior Communities Should Care

    04/24/17  Why edge computing and fog architecture are a natural for senior living communities. The idea of remote computing and data storage has been around for a few decades, but in recent years has become more widely used as computing and storage...

  • Gateways for the Internet of Things Speak Multiple Protocols

    04/24/17  With multiple wired and wireless communications protocols in use on the factory floor, office, and home, today’s IoT gateways must speak multiple protocols. As more industrial systems get connected to the Internet, the amount of data collected...

  • Dispelling Fear as a Barrier: Q&A with Lynda Grindstaff, McAfee

    04/21/17  Making the case for sharing as an effective weapon against the actions that endanger IoT security in industrial, automotive, consumer, and other environments. Editor’s Note: EECatalog recently asked Lynda Grindstaff, McAfee Senior Director...

  • Power Systems Design for Wearables: Life’s No PMIC Q&A with Silego Technology

    04/20/17  Considering an approach to power management that could re-invigorate wearables Editor’s note: In late 2016, Silego Technology announced a major expansion of its Configurable Mixed-signal IC family to include power management. With this...

  • How to Make Your IoT Gadget Smaller and Cooler

    04/20/17  Turning away from typical approaches can stretch battery life and use space more successfully. Charging and fuel gauging ICs—at the heart of every battery management system—are critical components of ever-shrinking mobile and IoT electronic...

  • Running Your Embedded System at 0 MIPS

    04/19/17  Even where activities such as wireless connectivity for IoT applications dominate current consumption, making as many processes as possible run autonomously can greatly improve battery life. Reducing current consumption has been a major focus...

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