Moore’s Law Chips Confidence Blog 2/11/2015 Post a comment Only a fourth of semiconductor business leaders believe Moore’s Law will continue for the foreseeable future in an otherwise upbeat survey conducted by KPMG.
Portable Flash Drives Benefit From Encryption Blog 2/10/2015 Post a comment USB drives that are fast and mobile clearly have uses for certain customers, especially those requiring security. Ultimately, these devices and their encryption features need to be managed by IT to truly keep sensitive data safe.
Ethernet Evolves to Connect the Connected Vehicle Blog 2/9/2015 1 comment The Connected Car, in reality, already relies on Ethernet. From infotainment systems and backup camera connections, Ethernet’s low cost, high-capacity and versatility readily helped it establish a footprint in today’s cars.
Google Glass Needed Better Vision Blog 2/6/2015 6 comments The failure of Google Glass taught lessons about connecting smart glasses to real applications where they can make a difference, says the head of the MEMS Industry Group.
IoT Data Model Fills a Gap Blog 2/4/2015 1 comment The IPSO Alliance is making freely available a data model for creating interoperable smart objects geared for systems and software that are part of the Internet of Things.
IoT Invades the Kitchen Blog 2/3/2015 5 comments A session on “Cooking with IoT” at the Embedded Systems Conference in Santa Clara in July will bring together a handful of IoT startups invading the kitchen.
Cable Assemblies: Ignore Them and Be Sorry Blog 2/2/2015 20 comments It's easy and simplistic to focus on active components, circuit design, and software, but the humble cable and connector can define the success and reliability of your project as much as the more glamorous components.