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A view from Norway on the Internet of Things

7/3/2012 05:35 PM EDT
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GREAT-Terry
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GREAT-Terry   7/8/2012 3:56:10 PM
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Nordic is a very fancy company. It's cool product and slim company structure makes it quite successful.

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rick merritt   7/7/2012 2:25:07 PM
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I'd love to hear some opinions on whether or not a 2.4 GHz radio with Cortex M0 core SoC will be a big enabler for current or new IoT systems.

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rick merritt   7/6/2012 4:45:19 AM
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I was not aware of this tool/capability. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

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Octothorpe   7/6/2012 12:57:22 AM
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"What else could IoT developers ask for? Maybe standard middleware so they could write their apps in C/C++ rather than code specific to the Cortex M0, but that’s an issue for ARM to solve." Perhaps I'm not reading this correctly, but isn't this what CMSIS is for? My understanding is M0 apps CAN be written entirely in C, and everything above ISR's can be written in C++.

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Rodneyluo8   7/5/2012 3:53:23 AM
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good views!

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george.leopold   7/4/2012 12:37:03 AM
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Beautiful country, smart engineers!

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