Development kit targets CSRmesh applications

Bluetooth pioneer CSR has launched the CSRmesh Development Kit, designed to help engineers explore the potential of the CSRmesh Bluetooth Smart protocol. The kit includes development boards, a USB programmer and access to a development platform with example applications. The development platform will initially feature software supporting networked lighting applications, but updates for home automation and other IoT applications will be available later in the year.
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Stadium adds M2M capability through acquisition of United Wireless

Stadium Group has acquired M2M wireless specialist United Wireless as part of its strategy to build a leading integrated electronics technology solutions group.
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Ultra-low power Whisper architecture advances connectivity IP in IoT, wearables

Imagination Technologies has announced the new Ensigma Series4 Whisper low-power radio processing unit (RPU) architecture, designed specifically for next-generation ultra-low power, cost-sensitive devices.
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Mobile Security needs fully baked solutions at the SoC level

By building a secure hardware core into a mobile SoC, chipmakers can secure the manufacturing process and a root of trust at the earliest stages of a device’s lifecycle, providing robust security for downstream provisioning.
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A Checkup from the Neckup

50 minutes a month to keep the brain tuned?
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A Checkup from the Neckup

50 minutes a month to keep the brain tuned?
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Embedding Java on the IoT and the Web of Things

Developers are faced with two approaches to designing connected wireless sensor and M2M apps: bottom up IoT, which focuses on low-level network and transport issues on the devices, and the top-down Web of Things, where existing Internet and Web protocols are adapted to device connectivity.
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Electronics industry ‘in good health’ says NMI

The results of the NMI’s third annual employment survey are said by the association to show the electronics industry in the UK is in good health. Amongst the report’s findings are that 57% of respondents are recruiting, 44% of respondents are planning to increase salaries and 71% plan to recruit graduates in the next 12 months.
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Sampling a 16-channel SAR with an 8-channel programmable SoC

Here is how Bob Hu, a Cypress staff application engineer, worked with a customer who wanted to build a 1 Mbps 16-channel successive approximation register-based ADC, but do it with a Cypress PSoC 4, which has a built-in SAR multiplexer but only supports eight channels.
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Telchemy adds real-time data analytics to VQmon 4.0

Telchemy has added data analytics to its VQmon VoIP, Video Streaming, IPTV, and Video Conferencing analysis agent.
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