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2015-07-16 Thread Group welcomes Qualcomm, outs Ver1.0 for IoT
Established to develop reliable, secure and low-power mesh networking protocols for IoT in the home, the group said its new specs, which passed rigorous interoperability testing, are available to members.
2002-01-16 RF Connectors rolls out Part 15-compliant reverse-thread connectors
The company has introduced a line of coaxial connectors and adapters that has been designed to meet FCC Part 15 regulations through the incorporation of reverse- or left-handed threads.
2014-11-13 Move over ZigBee: Thread development platform arrives
Thread vows to deliver a low-data-rate, low-power version of Wi-Fiwhich IoT strongly requires. With the release of a beta development program, will Thread become a thread to other wireless standards?
2014-07-18 Bluetooth battles Thread for IoT supremacy
Thread is a mesh networking protocol said to combine the best parts of existing techniques to enhance device connectivity for IoT. Bluetooth SIG, however, claims Bluetooth Smart has already been doing this low-power approach.
2016-01-06 NXP brings the word 'easy' to smart home set-up
Included in NXP's smart home solutions are production-ready modules and reference designs for smart lighting, smoke detection, motion sensing, home gateways and many other smart home applications.
2014-07-17 Nest Labs unveils protocol for home IoT
Thread, low-power mesh networking protocol, is one of a growing number of efforts to unify or supply some missing piece for the highly fragmented Internet of Things sector.
2016-03-01 Multiprotocol wireless SoCs streamline IoT connectivity
Silicon Labs said the Wireless Gecko SoCs integrate a powerful ARM Cortex-M4 core, energy-friendly Gecko technology, a 2.4GHz radio with up to 19.5dBm output power, and advanced hardware cryptography.
2015-07-29 LoRa Alliance designates Mulligan as chair
According to Geoff Mulligan, he wants to expand the use of the group's 900MHz networking technology and promote interoperability broadly in the Internet of Things.
2014-12-11 Intel unveils software for IoT apps
The effort echoes a more general offering Intel created for embedded systems in 2012. It comes amid a growing diversity of options in IoT components, software and services.
2015-02-26 Industry fast-tracks Bluetooth mesh spec
The Bluetooth SIG has finally formed a mesh working group to take on a rival IPv6-based standardisation effort. Expect the Bluetooth spec later this year.
2015-11-16 Industry experts exchange thoughts on IoT security
More connected devices create more targets with more information for attackers, said a chief scientist of cryptography, adding that vulnerabilities are being created faster than they're being fixed.
2014-10-01 Google, Silicon Labs unveil ZigBee-like mesh network
The IoT industry badly needs a low-data-rate, low-power version of Wi-Fi, and Thread plans to deliver it. Thread's network layer isn't the same as that of ZigBee; it is more like ZigBee 3.0.
2015-07-03 French company weaves RFID chips, antennas into yarn
Primo1D, a spinoff of the CEA-Leti, developed a microelectronic package that allows an RFID chip to be directly connected to a set of two conductive wires (that function as antennas) and woven into a yarn.
2015-04-21 Freescale delivers transceiver for dual 2.4GHz IoT networks
Unlike many wireless offerings coming out for the Internet of Things (IoT), Freescale's MCR20AVHM does not integrate a microcontroller; it is strictly a radio transceiver.
2002-07-01 Designing safety-critical operating systems
Learn the common problems encountered when designing safety-critical systems, as well as innovative tips for developers wanting to have protection and resource guarantees on their OS designs.
2015-03-02 Competition, product direction affect shifting IoT terrain
The IoT landscape is rapidly shifting, becoming more complex, and continuously changing. The industry is filled with competing platforms who are still evolving and seeking interoperability.
2016-01-21 China-based fabless company unveils wireless SoC for IoT
Telink Semiconductor, which received venture capital backing from Intel in 2015, launched the TLSR8269 aimed to offer low power wireless connection for IoT applications in the smart home.
2009-10-16 Quad-core processors boost SPARC servers
Fujitsu and Sun released quad-core processors that increase single-thread and overall system performance, suiting large-scale databases.
2016-05-17 High-conductive thermoplastic mat'l advances 3D printing
A*STAR IMRE scientists have come up with what they describe as a novel type of thermoplastic thread that can be used in 3D printers to develop functional circuits for use in electrical gadgets.
2014-11-19 Zigbee 3.0 goes for 'one size fits all'
The ZigBee Alliance is consolidating all forms of its low-power wireless technology under one standard, the ZigBee 3.0, in a move that will provide interoperability among the widest range of smart devices.
2015-03-20 Wireless MCU extends range of smart home devices
The JN5169 from NXP for smart home and smart lighting flaunts what it claims as a market-first NFC-commissioning option that allows users to connect systems intuitively in a single tap.
2007-04-25 Wintegra intros single-chip mobile WiMAX processor
Wintegra has released WinMax, a single chip processor for mobile WiMAX basestations and accompanying software for flexible MAC and transport layers that can be used for both access card applications and network interface.
2016-04-08 Windows 10 supports graphical programming for test automation
Keysight ensures that Visual Engineering Environment (VEE) customers have continued Microsoft Windows OS support and eventually a transition path to future Keysight software solutions.
2008-10-10 WiMAX Goes Live; Now Comes the Hard Part
It's official: the fledging WiMAX broadband network is finally getting rolling, with companies such as Lenovo, Toshiba and Nokia announcing a number of products (or extensions of previous products) that will take advantage of the competitor to cellular and home data-delivery markets.
2015-05-22 Why Moore's Law is nowhere near ready to meet its maker
In 2003, Intel predicted an end to Moore's Law shortly after hitting the anticipated 16nm node, but today it seems we're on track for 10nm fairly soon with 7nm not far off.
2013-02-28 Wholesale femtocell deployments seen for the year
ABI Research predicted that femtocell as a service is a new and upcoming wholesale model for deploying femtocells, targeted at mid-lower tier operators by providing a hosted femtocell core network.
2007-04-02 What's bugging multithreading?
A recent paper by Edward Lee (The Problem with Threads) argues that multithreaded application programming, as commonly practiced, is a flawed methodology that invites a range of nasty, hard-to-identify bugs.
2011-08-18 Waterproof connectors operate at -55CC125C
According to ITT, its corrosion resistant connectors that offer up to 2000 mating cycles are suitable for naval and underwater environments.
2012-11-23 Virtual prototype for Android HW-SW dev't (Part 2)
Learn about the hardware/software integration flow for a sensor sub-system for use in an Android mobile device.
2014-07-28 Utilising ARM Cortex-M based SoCs (Part 2)
The second instalment compares the capabilities of a standard microcontroller approach to the design of an embedded application to that of a system on chip approach.
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