Altia announced their success with Infineon's HMI Tool Certification Program. The program is designed to provide customers with a trusted network of partners whose human-machine interface (HMI) tools support the hardware features of their microcontrollers
Infineon Technologies AG introduced the new 650 V TRENCHSTOP 5 WR6 family.
Embedded Executive: Patrick Carrier, Regional Manager for IoT and Cloud Security, Infineon Technologies - PodcastJuly 14, 2021
Security is one of the foremost topics in the embedded space today. In a recent conversation with Patrick Carrier, the Regional Manager for IoT and Cloud Security at Infineon Technologies, he had a different spin on security.
How can you be sure that your electronic devices are secure through the manufacturing process, and will remain so once they leave the factory for the next two, five, ten or more years? Infineon’s OPTIGA Authenticate Identity of Things, or “IDoT,” is a discrete authentication chip designed to help OEMs and system integrators protect products during and after production.
TomTom GO Discover, developed by TomTom, is a satellite navigation (satnav) system featuring 5, 6, and 7-inch display and leveraging the AIROC CYW43455 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth combo chip from Infineon Technologies AG.
Connectivity is a simple word for something that is often anything but simple. It’s the key to the thousands of concepts for wearables, automobiles and logistics solutions in the expanding universe of the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT). For systems builders, the choice of connectivity technology will have a significant impact on availability, reliability, user experience and, ultimately, the success of the solution. Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) technologies offer a broad range of solutions, from short-range in-building to nationwide solutions although with limitations. However, it is cellular wireless, under the umbrella of the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), that offers true worldwide connectivity.
We spend a lot of time talking about the specification known as CHIP (Connected Home over IP). While the hard work on this topic continues, the names of the group and the standard have changed.