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2014-06-03 Wearables, IoT-ready GPUs shrink silicon size
The GPUs are designed to offload and reduce system resources including complete UI/composition and display controller integration, minimal CPU overhead, and bandwidth modulation.
2014-11-27 The role of BLE in wearable IoT designs
Discover why the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) specification is emerging as the best wireless protocol for use in wearable Internet of Things devices
2015-05-25 Start-ups highlight plethora of wearable IoT devices
The 2015 Wearable World Congress brought together the two seemingly disparate worlds of crowdsourced start-ups and established tech companies that vie for a coveted spot in the Internet of Things map
2015-04-07 ST brings smartphone-like graphics to wearables, IoT devices
The STM32F469/479 microcontrollers have a 32bit low-power ARM Cortex-M4 MCU core augmented by ST's Chrom-ART Accelerator and ART Accelerator that speed up graphics and real-time processing.
2014-12-19 SRAMs in nextgen IoT and wearable embedded designs
In this article, we will discuss the technology advances that necessitate SRAMs and also the evolving trends in SRAM technology that make it ready to service the needs of the future.
2014-09-02 SONOS returns, finds use in IoT
Cypress Semiconductor sees that the 1960s-developed silicon oxide nitride oxide silicon technology has what it takes to address the scaling and power challenges in connected devices.
2016-01-11 PMIC claims to reduce power usage of wearable, IoT apps
The MAX14720 from Maxim is intended for non-rechargeable battery applications where size and energy efficiency are critical such as wearable medical/fitness and Internet of Things applications
2016-02-29 NFC sol'n enables secure ARM mbed wearable reference design
The NFC solution is composed of the ST54E from ST, a SiP featuring an NFCC and a secure element compliant with the GlobalPlatform standard v2.2, and Ams' AS39230 NFC AFE with boostedNFC technology.
2014-06-30 IoT triggers outburst of new ideas
The Internet of Things is the next "big thing" in electronics. This is an explosion of new ideas that will add sensing and controls to literally billions of everyday situations.
2014-11-14 Ingenic unveils MIPS-based wearable, IoT solution
The Newton2 allows wearable device manufacturers to design and promote to market a differentiated product in a shorter period of time
2014-12-05 Has IoT device overstayed its welcome
The unprecedented rise to fame of IoT devices is backed up by ballooning statistics, but on a real-life scenario, have IoT devices permeated our way of life more than what it necessary
2015-02-27 Extension board from Atmel targets IoT, wearables designs
The Xplained platform enables designers to easily allow prototyping of motion control and smart sensing designs using Atmel's broad portfolio of Atmel | SMART ARM-based MCUs.
2015-05-14 Expanding IoT market necessitates NFC tag security update
NFC Forum has come up with a major update of its SRTD 2.0 spec for securing NFC transactions, which is moving beyond its use in smartphone financial transactions into a variety of wearable IoT devices.
2016-03-09 Ams, ST join forces to secure IoT, wearable reference design
The NFC solution packs the ST54E from ST, a SiP featuring an NFC controller and a Secure Element compliant with the Global Platform standard v2.2, and Ams' AS39230 NFC AFE with boostedNFC technology.
2014-06-11 Wearables, IoT gang up on memory for low-power boosts
IoT, wearables and sensors pose one of the big challenges for memory, which is to find a way to extend the battery life and make the small, light devices last more than one day
2015-05-20 UMC, ARM bare 55nm IP platform for IoT apps
The 55nm ultra low-power IP platform, ARM Artisan, is the new physical IP offering from ARM and Taiwan-based UMC that enables low-power cost-sensitive designs for wearable devices
2014-12-03 Sub-GHz wireless for long range IoT connectivity
Learn about the role of the sub-Gigahertz wireless radio spectrum in extending the range of wireless devices in an Internet of Things network.
2014-04-28 Stringent requirements needed for Industrial IoT
As a rule, the IIoT has far more stringent requirements than the consumer IoT
2015-01-20 Streamlining, securing design landscape for IoT market
The Intel IoT Platform is an end-to-end reference model geared to unify and simplify connectivity and security in the IoT, and to help move the technology from infancy to mass deployment
2014-09-18 Smartwatch doubles as IoT device with Bluetooth
A low-power wireless technology, Bluetooth, and an equally low-power ARM-based MCU are seen to make an ideal combination for enabling a smartwatch to also function as an Internet-of-Things device.
2014-04-02 Silicon Labs lays down IoT SoC strategy
The IoT SoC consists of six blocks: sensor, low-energy MCU, RF transceiver, energy management, mixed signals and memory
2015-07-30 Silicon Labs develops Bluetooth module for IoT
Silicon Labs' Bluegiga subsidiary has introduced a hardware/software combination in its BT121 Bluetooth Smart Ready module that claims to deal with the needs of developers for the Internet of Things.
2013-11-13 Samsung's IoT plan involves Siri-like system
Luc Julia, vice president and innovation fellow at Samsung's Open Innovation Centre demonstrated a system akin to that of Apple's Siri, which is central to Samsung's IoT strategy
2014-02-14 Rise in IoT breeds new type of embedded memory
Resistive RAM (RRAM) technology claims to provide the cost competitiveness needed for consumer electronics, home appliances, wireless sensors networks and even disposable electronics.
2014-11-05 Rethinking memory design for IoT and wearables
The space, power and application requirements of wearables and other mobile connected devices that collectively make up the growing IoT ecosystem require a fresh approach to system design
2015-06-05 Reality check for IoT: Shipments for 2020 pegged at 1.9B
Linley Gwennap estimates 1.9 billion new IoT devices will ship in 2020, up from about 200 million annual shipping today, which is notably smaller than the 50-billion forecast from Cisco
2014-06-06 Price pressure forces IoT market to an up-down trend
Yole predicted that this trend stems partly from IoT deployments moving towards integration at module and device levels, and mainly because of the migration of IoT's value to software and services
2015-08-25 Power buck regulator extends battery life for IoT devices
The ADP5301 from ADI flaunts a 90 per cent efficiency rating and uses up only 180nA of quiescent current, and supports 6.5V to 2.05V input to enable a wide range of battery sources or architectures.
2014-11-26 NXP to boost wearable, BTLE chip clout with Quintic buy
The move by NXP will allow it to develop low energy security and connectivity solutions for IoT in health & fitness wearables, mobile transactions, proximity marketing, smart home and automotive
2016-03-28 New IoT sensor platform M2.COM specs revealed
The group behind the new IoT sensor platform is open to new members and it's an ecosystem play that is designed to enable as many applications as possible with the minimum development time
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