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Wednesday 4/8

 

Is device security necessary?



Good question. Most companies have a solid portfolio of products deployed out to the field, and many could claim they?ve been in the market for more than 20 years without incident.



Well, the market is not the same as it was 20 years ago, and things have changed, even from just a few years ago.

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Maxim Integrated announced the release of the MAX77654 single inductor, multiple output (SIMO) power management IC (PMIC) for minimized solution sizes and extended battery life.
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Spirent Communications announced the release of SimHIL, an integrated hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing software API for Spirent GNSS simulators. The testing software promotes Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) signal simulation with low latency to automotive industry HIL testbeds.
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Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. introduced the ThermaWick THJP series surface-mount thermal jumper chip.
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The Internet of Secure Things Alliance (IoXT) is pushing a common (and obvious) goal for our industry. They want to keep all of our connected devices secure. How do they do that, who belongs to the Alliance, and what does the future hold? These are the questions I asked of David Kleidermacher in this week?s Embedded Executives podcast. David sits on the Alliance?s Board, and is also the Vice President of Engineering and Head of Android Security and Privacy at Google.

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EE - David Kleidermacher
 

 
 
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