IoT Design

Thursday 8/20

As the entire world moves from offline to online, internet security is becoming a necessity and a priority. To ensure customer information or any other data transmission between website and web-browser is safe and secured, Secure Socket Layers (SSL) certificates are installed on sites.
Synaptics just made a hefty acquisition if you?re a player or follower of the IoT space. The company acquired the Wireless Connectivity division of Broadcom. To understand what that means and how it can affect the embedded space, I invited Vineet Ganju, a Vice President at Synaptics as my guest on this week?s Embedded Executives podcast. The biggest takeaway for me is that this space is about to get a little more interesting.
Vineet Ganju
Telit announced a collection of its module families are now certified by Microsoft as part of its Azure Certified for IoT device catalog. The ME910C1, WL865E4, LE910C1, LE910C4, ME910G1, and ME310G1 have all been certified in the catalog.
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Global technology solutions provider Avnet announced the availability of a specialized sensor HAT* for Raspberry Pi. The Avnet-designed evaluation, development, and quick-prototyping tool is intended for engineering professionals who need quick development of commercial, industrial, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning products requiring advanced indoor air quality measurement capabilities.
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Claroty, an operational technology (OT) security company, announced a new partnership with Check Point Software Technologies. The partnership was sparked to integrate Claroty?s Continuous Threat Detection (CTD) and Check Point?s IoT Protect solution.
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The NVIDIA? Jetson Nano? Developer Kit is a powerful tool for learning how to develop using AI. It?s the perfect platform to start creating amazing projects with real-time image classification, object detection, segmentation, and speech processing.
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This week we?ll be giving away nine of the Digi-International XBee 3 Cellular Smart Modem LTE-M/NB-IoT Development Kits for free, thanks to our sponsor DigiKey. 

The XBee 3 Cellular LTE-M/NB-IoT modem is based on a u-blox SARA cellular chipset and AT&T Nano SIM, which are packed into a 24.38 mm x 32.94 mm form factor. And it supports a power-saving mode that reaches as low as 20 ?A, with a deep sleep state that operates at just 10 ?A.

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