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Honey, I Shrunk the IoT Gateway

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DrFPGA
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DrFPGA   7/5/2014 6:35:35 PM
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Does this help with flash memory power efficiency too?

Fabien-CEA
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Re: Shrinking is good, software is key
Fabien-CEA   6/19/2014 12:54:15 PM
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Sure, shrinking software is required. Tiny-OS, micro-algorithms, everything doing better with less is welcome. 

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Shrinking is good, software is key
RoweBots1   6/13/2014 9:45:36 AM
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Shrinking the power consumption is good for a variety of reasons.  At the same time, the software needs to shrink too so the system can shrink.  By attacking the problem from all directions, wireless microgateways can be more easily achieved. 

Unison OS offers a complete micro wireless gateway solution today, off the shelf, running on most popular MCUs and MPUs.  It runs a broad set of IoT protocols.  See www.rowebots.com for details.

 

 

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