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Internet of Things

January 2014
Quintic unveils wearable tech chip

Quintic 9020

Quintic, a leading developer of integrated nano-power wearable platforms, introduced its 9020 for wearable technology applications. The 9020 is designed specifically for the wearable technology market. It provides the best power consumption along with best performance on the market; enabling more intelligence
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01/31/2014
Atmel, a global leader in microcontroller and touch technology solutions, will be powering the Internet of Things at embedded world 2014 in Nuremberg, Germany. From February 25th – 27th Atmel will show its broadest portfolio of 8- and 32-bit MCU architectures that puts it at the heart of the Maker community
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01/30/2014
Can the Internet of Things drive adoption of energy harvesters?

The energy harvesting market

The Internet of Things adds connectivity to things. It is a broad term referring to applications as diverse as internet connected vehicles to consumer electronics such as smart phones. However, the edge of the Internet of Things network will consist of simpler sensors and wireless devices that provide, among
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01/24/2014

Microchip announces Arduino-compatible chipKIT ecosystem expansion

Digilent’s chipKIT WF32 board

Microchip Technology, a leading provider of microcontroller, mixed-signal, analog and Flash-IP solutions, announced the expansion of its Arduino™ compatible chipKIT™ ecosystem, with two new development tools from Digilent, Inc., and an embedded cloud software framework. Digilent’s chipKIT WF32 board minimizes
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01/22/2014
Hung Nguyen of Greenvity on home automation

Hung Nguyen of Greenvity

In this PSDcast Hung Nguyen, President, CEO, and founder of Greenvity, talks to Alix Paultre of Power Systems Design about home automation, the Internet of Things (IoT), and the smart grid. Greenvity is an IoT enabler and solution provider with focus in smart LED lighting, controlled street lighting, home &
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01/16/2014
SuVolta raises $10.6 Million in funding

SuVolta low-power chip technology

SuVolta,a developer of scalable semiconductor technologies for low-power, high-performance integrated circuits (ICs), announced that it has secured $10.6 million in funding. New investor Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited participated in the round along with existing investors Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
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01/15/2014
Greenvity Communications now offers total turn-key solutions comprising system-on-chips (SoC), modules, software and mobile apps that enable any home device or Internet of Things (IoT) device to be smart and controllable for energy-saving and home and building automation purposes. At the core of these solutions
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01/13/2014
Kathleen Jachimiak of Freescale on challenges in the microcontoller space

Kathleen Jachimiak of Freescale

In this PSDcast Kathleen Jachimiak of Freescale talks to Alix Paultre about the challenges and opportunitues in the microcontroller space and some of the things Freescale is doing to address them. Microcontrollers continue to grow in power and functionality, to the point where the designer needs to take into
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01/07/2014
Freescale-enabled Wearables Reference Platform supports multiple applications

Freescale wearables reference platform (WaRP)

To help systems designers more easily navigate the quickly evolving consumer wearables market, Freescale Semiconductor is enabling an open-source, scalable reference platform that gives OEMs the building blocks they need to rapidly develop a wide range of wearable product designs from a common platform. Unlike
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01/06/2014

 



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