Posts by Paul Evans


About Paul Evans

Paul Evans joined Imagination Technologies in January 2012 and is now a director for the MIPS Business Unit. Prior to joining Imagination, Paul worked for Altera Corporation for 11 years, most recently as the senior marketing product line manager for Altera’s mid-range FPGA series the Arria family. Prior to Altera, Paul acted as technical services manager for Ometron Ltd. where he established Ometron’s technical services department. Paul has also held engineering positions at Image Automation Inc. and Smiths Industries Ltd. He holds a BEng in digital electronic engineering from the University of Kent at Canterbury in England.

Security is a critical part of any professional IoT solution. Waiting until the end of the design cycle to starting thinking about how to implement your security solution will only lead to unplanned attack surfaces. The Creator Ci40 and Ci40 IoT-in-a-box kit is now part of the Infineon Security Partner Network (ISPN) (see more below), enables developers to investigate which IoT … Continued

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We explain why today’s community-based boards are not ideal IoT platforms and why developers require richer systems to effectively achieve scale. As anyone delving into the world of IoT can attest, finding a scalable, open-source, IoT framework that reliably and securely connects your devices to the cloud, while fitting your business needs rather than dictating them, is more challenging than one … Continued

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Join us for our upcoming webinar on How to build an IoT irrigation system with MIPS based Creator Ci40 IoT-in-a-box. Building an effective IoT system requires a lot more than just trying to find the lowest cost piece of hardware. Having a system that is able to scale, behaves well with other systems (interoperates) and helps you maintain a good … Continued

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2008 marked the year when the number of internet connected devices overtook the world’s population; right now, a few households are generating more web traffic that the entire Internet just six years ago. No matter the exact scale, the Internet of Things has the potential to change not just the way we interact with all consumer electronics products around us … Continued

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