IoT Design Weekly – 12.02.2016  
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IoT Design Weekly – 12.02.2016

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Features

Building better benchmarks for IoT systems
Building better benchmarks for IoT systems

The variety of Internet of Things deployment models and the unique requirements of different systems and vertical markets present challenges to developing standardized tests around IoT systems, making benchmarking beyond the component level impractical. Or does it?

IoT Development Kit Guide

A tool to assist embedded and Internet of Things design engineers in efficiently identifying evaluation kits for system prototyping.

Edge Meet Enterprise

Sponsored by: Wind River
December 8, 11am ET

Reduce Cost and Cut Power with Efficient Switching-Mode Power Supply

This white paper covers advantages, functions and technical details of the FSP MIA IC.

Best practices for RF layout in wireless SoC designs
Best practices for RF layout in wireless SoC designs

Maximizing the performance of any wireless connection means paying close attention to the RF circuit design and particularly to board layout.

Blogs and Columns

Growing the Internet of Things, part 1: Cost
Growing the Internet of Things, part 1: Cost

What will it take to really grow the IoT? The answer is complex and multifaceted.

How narrowband IoT will connect our cities
How narrowband IoT will connect our cities

One of the most promising wireless technologies to emerge recently is narrowband IoT (NB-IoT), which solves many of the last-mile issues of Wi-Fi.

Z-Wave Alliance ups security in home automation products
Z-Wave Alliance ups security in home automation products

The Z-Wave Alliance has announced some new security requirements for any IoT devices that comply with its standard.

Intel reorganizes to fortify IoT and Autonomous Driving groups
Intel reorganizes to fortify IoT and Autonomous Driving groups

According to Tom Lantzsch, “I joined Intel because the company is uniquely positioned to solve complex customer challenges and unlock the potential of IoT with technology leadership, strong global relationships, and the financial strength to create scalable industry platforms.”

Executive Outlook

RTOS in the IoT: Where we are and where we’re headed

In this roundtable, Bill Lamie, President and CEO of Express Logic, Andrew Caples, Senior Product Line Manager at Mentor Graphics, and Dinyar Dastoor, Vice President and General Manager at Wind River discuss the current and future value propositions of using an RTOS in the IoT.

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Maxim releases cryptographic controller, toolbox for connected systems
Maxim releases cryptographic controller, toolbox for connected systems

The MAXQ1061 is delivered with what the company calls a “cryptographic toolbox,” which enables features such as key generation, secure storage, digital signatures, and SSL/TLS/DTLS encryption.

Silicon Labs releases pre-certified Bluetooth SDK for Apple HomeKit
Silicon Labs releases pre-certified Bluetooth SDK for Apple HomeKit

The Bluetooth 4.2-compliant software is pre-tested and certified by Apple for the HomeKit specification. The protocol stack also supports features such as Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) secure connections, LE packet extensions, and LE dual topology.

 
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