The need of the hour for IoT is a flash product that goes past the existing benchmark of typical consumer gear, leveraging design flexibility in extremely challenging environments. Understandably, a lot varies on the application of memory.
Without knowing it, you probably utilize Micron memory in the things you use every day. The Internet of Things (IoT) and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are delivering greater efficiency, productivity, safety and comfort to aspects of our lives.
The Internet of Things is probably the most dynamic force to reshape the automotive industry in decades, driving impressive opportunities for connectivity, as well as compelling challenges to store, process and handle the massive data streams it creates.
Be it a home, an office, or a hotel, connected lighting technologies are expected to command a whole lot of possibilities like personalized ambiance and freedom of positioning while saving time, money, and hectic installation efforts.
As we move forward in 2017, it is obvious that there will be a massive influx of money into the development of IIoT, and of course, with that, there will be increased levels of challenges and complexities which have to be met. Let’s look at top 4 trends.
With the advent of hi-tech smartphones and tablets, mobile consumers are increasingly looking out for networks capable of rendering high-quality data services. What's next after 4G Long-Term Evolution (LTE)? The answer invariably is 5G.
Although 2016 was a successful year for IoT, 2017 promises to be even bigger. With the number of connected devices adding up like never before, experts believe trillions will be spent on IoT solutions over the subsequent years.
Wearable devices, which exploded with a bang onto the IoT market have been a witness to momentous innovation in the past few years. This exciting range of consumer electronics, with their “shiny” new features, now includes an array of products...
GainSpan, an industry leader in IoT solutions with a broad portfolio of state-of-the-art low-power WiFi modules and chips, introduces their ultra-low power module for organizations with limited WiFi or RF expertise – the GS2011M.
Industry analysts predict Adaptive Security Architecture (ASA) as one of the most defining strategic trends in cyber security technology for 2016 and beyond. The architecture involves an innovative security approach that applies the latest technology...