Internet of Things World is coming to the Santa Clara Convention Center next week, May 10-12. As the world’s largest and most comprehensive IoT event, IoT World will feature the “world’s largest corporations at the forefront of the IoT revolution...
To think neutrally from an end-user perspective, the determining factors that governs the main motive for the build vs. buy of an IoT gateway, can be attributed to two major aspects—firstly, the price point and cost effectiveness of the system and...
GainSpan, a leader in wireless connectivity solutions for the IoT, says the Wi-Fi minimodule it announced last fall is the smallest module in its class—as small as a penny—while still providing high performance, industry-leading resources and ultra-low...
When it comes to automotive technology, we have entered an era where innovations are more than just bells and whistles for your car. One such major technological advance within the automotive industry is the rise of self-driving (aka autonomous) vehicles.
Achronix Semiconductors’ Speedster PCI-SIG Compliance for Hardened PCI Express. Achronix Semiconductor Corporation, valued supplier of WPG Americas, Inc., announced that its Speedster22i devices have achieved PCI-SIG compliance with the PCI Express...
This Year’s NXP FTF Technology Forum is Just Around the Corner! The NXP FTF Technology Forum—one of the major tech fests—is set to kick off in Austin, TX on May 16-19, 2016.
Changing our entire perception about LED lights being just lights, Internet of Things (IoT) controlled LED lighting with sensors tucked in and connected to Internet, is all set to play an integral role in our daily environment.
Sensor hubs—dedicated processing elements that enable low-power sensor processing—is a burgeoning market that’s predicted to surpass 1.0 billion units in 2016 and reach nearly 2.0 billion in 2018, according to a recent press release by IHS Inc.
It’s always exciting to see new opportunities arise when two technologies enter each other’s orbits—something that’s happening with Unified Communications (UC) and the Internet of Things (IoT). Especially when it comes to collaboration and...
This year’s CES in Las Vegas was taken over by the Internet of Things (IoT). Gazillions of connected devices, cool gears, and smart gadgets—for our homes, workplaces, transportation, cities, medical needs—made their way to the show floor.