IoT Design

Friday 8/14

It?s expected that 5G will cover about 25% of the world?s population in the next decade. A majority of the coverage will mainly be in wealthy, well-developed areas in the U.S., China, and Europe. Impacted industries expand beyond telecommunications and into healthcare, education, and far beyond. But while users can expect to experience faster download and upload speeds and lower latency, what happens to businesses, and even people, based in rural America who don?t have the proper broadband coverage or hardware in place to support constant connectivity?
Prolifics Testing recently completed a study of Ahrefs and Indeed searches to determine the most in-demand technology jobs in the United States and which programming languages developers are most interested in learning.
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The ioXt Alliance announced that Google, T-Mobile, Silicon Labs and others have certified a wide range of devices through the ioXt Alliance Certification Program, including smartphones, smart home devices, smart retail and medical products, network routers, and automotive technologies.
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To earn this qualification, TySOM EDKs had to pass the requirement tests for AWS IoT Greengrass. TySOM users will have access to the required HW and SW to kick-off their IoT applications using AWS IoT Greengrass.
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Dialog Semiconductor's FusionHD NOR Flash Memory Compatible and Qualified with its SmartBond Bluetooth Low Energy Wireless MCUs
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While ?maker? boards like Arduino and Raspberry Pi are great in part because of their ultra-low cost, they are, well, cheap. And that?s not a problem in some contexts, but if you?re a professional engineer trying to prototype a system for an industrial or commercial use case, let?s say, the inexpensive components on those boards don?t provide a sufficient analog to what you?d actually deploy in the field. That?s where the I-Pi comes in.

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