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March 2018

Cyclicality in the Age of IoT    


Growing more than 20% and passing the $400 billion mark for the first time in 2017, the semiconductor industry is enjoying a bit of a renaissance. While history tells us this high won’t last, Arrow Electronics President and CDO Matt Anderson thinks otherwise – and IoT may be the reason why.     

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Tackling High-Temperature Data Acquisition and Processing Platform Development


Electronic systems designers often select automotive and industrial grade components then up-screen them to find a high-temperature operating solution. While this is risky, it’s sometimes the only choice they have. That’s about to change, however, as new high-temperature solutions become available.    

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ST Projects Embedded AI Vision    

EE Times

In an announcement at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona, STMicro, with three internal solutions in the works, aims to create AI that detects wear and tear in machines on factory floors, or find abnormalities in building structures, and much more. 

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Silicon Labs Juices Wi-Fi in IoT Portfolio    

EE Times

Silicon Labs has finally joined the world of Wi-Fi with low power transceivers and Wi-Fi modules designed for battery operated IoT devices. While Wi-Fi has been available for the past two decades, Silicon Labs lists two strategic reasons for entering the market now – ubiquity and a larger demand for data transmission.

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Understanding LDOs and Their Key Performance Parameters         

Tech Online

Product datasheets are great for listing the basic applications of a product – however; they don’t list parameters for every circuit condition. This white paper examines LDOs and their impact on delivering clean output voltage, as well as aspects a designer must consider when optimizing systems at high current levels.

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AI Comes to Sensing Devices       

EE Times

Based in Grenoble, France, GreenWaves Technologies has launched an apps processor designed to provide image, sound, and vibration AI analysis on battery-operated devices. The GAP8 processor is built on RISC-V and PULP open-source projects, and highlights the need for AI in IoT applications.    

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Prototyping Modules Speed Multicore SoC Verification

EE Times

Pro Design has released three new modules based on Xilinx FPGAs. These modules were created for development and verification of SoC designs based on ARM Cortex processors, and free up some of the otherwise occupied resources in FPGA ARM cores.  

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Wired Connectivity is Still King in the Industrial IoT Realm        

EE Web

In an age where wireless connectivity is rising in popularity, Industrial IoT still prefers wired connections and most likely will for many years into the future. Wired connectivity offers better security for critical communications, latency, and, for now, faster communications. 

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