Whatever the application, many IoT devices need to be battery operated, so power efficiency is paramount. IMG iEW400, our latest IP for low-power connectivity, is based on the new IEEE 802.11ax standard, now widely referred to as Wi-Fi 6, making it the ultimate solution for low-power IoT.
A picture paints a thousand words and for ambitious companies with microcontroller unit (MCU) technology, the picture below is very clear – market growth in IoT-oriented connected devices offers great opportunities. In a slow-growing market, each new design win requires the removal of an incumbent. However, the rapidly growing connected IoT market offers ideal conditions for dynamic companies to gain market share quickly. Unfortunately, MCU companies without connectivity cannot play in this rapidly growing sector.
When it comes to technology there is usually hype. How many times has ‘the next big thing’ turned out to be the ‘next big fail’,
Attending CES on an annual basis does enable one to make comparisons and get a sense of how technology and trends are progressing. Therefore, as
The internet of things (IoT) holds much promise for making our world smarter, more connected, and efficient. However, if it’s going to fulfil this promise
Over the past few years, everybody has become familiar with the phrase Internet of Things (IoT) and the world has been told to expect big
As is well known, one of the pillars on which the success of the IoT rests is its requirement for a multitude of devices to
Smart home gateways reinvented for the IoT generation Monday, 12th June 1837 is a significant date in the telecommunications industry. On that day William Fothergill
On Wednesday 23rd March we will hold a webinar entitled ‘Micro-virtualize or die! Securing connected MCUs with OmniShield’. There are some that might baulk at
With the dust firmly settled on this year’s CES we thought we’d take a look back at the show to see what stood out in
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