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IoT requires Security and Interoperability, Too

IoT requires Security and Interoperability, Too

Sponsored post by Stuart McLaren, STMicroelectronics The oft mentioned and abundantly ballyhooed Internet of Things (IoT to you TLA* aficionados) is not much more than what we used to call wired and wireless connected embedded devices, right? IoT is often referred to as “The Next…

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Make the Internet of Things Real for Your Business – and Win a Samsung Galaxy Note

Make the Internet of Things Real for Your Business – and Win a Samsung Galaxy Note

Sponsored post by Chad Jones, VP of Xively Product Strategy, LogMeIn Everyone’s talking about the Internet of Things, but most people aren’t sure how to apply it to their business. See how easy it can be when you leverage LogMeIn’s Xively IoT platform, consultants and…

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TI is Making it All Possible at EELive!

TI is Making it All Possible at EELive!

Sponsored post by Texas Instruments Texas Instruments (TI) is looking forward to participating in EE Live! March 31 – April 3 in San Jose, Calif. We’ll have the latest processor, microcontroller (MCU) and wireless connectivity development and evaluation kits, as well as DLP® Pico™ display…

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Find out how the Internet of Things will Impact You, Now

Find out how the Internet of Things will Impact You, Now

Sponsored post by Chad Jones, VP of Xively Product Strategy, LogMeIn The buzz around the Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly changing from “What” and “Why” to “When” and “How.” To help make sense of it all, we created this visual representation. Check it out…

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Atmel is at EE Live!

Atmel is at EE Live!

Sponsored post by Atmel Atmel helps accelerates time to market, offering an entire infrastructure to get your embedded design up and running. Our new Atmel ICE debugger lets you watch your program run in everything from an 8-bit AVR to the latest ARM microcontrollers such…

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STM32L0: How low can you go? Ultra-low for Consumer, Health, and Industrial Apps

STM32L0:  How low can you go? Ultra-low for Consumer, Health, and Industrial Apps

Sponsored post by Stuart McLaren, STMicroelectronics Would you believe a fitness tracker that can run for up to two years on a non-rechargeable coin-cell battery? How about a domestic smoke detector powered by non-rechargeable batteries that would require fewer, less frequent replacements, reducing the cost…

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The STM32Cube™ – Development Made Effortless, Efficient, and Expeditious – Free!

The STM32Cube™ – Development Made Effortless, Efficient, and Expeditious – Free!

Sponsored Post by Stuart McLaren, STMicroelectronics Easy as it was before, developing applications with the ARM® Cortex®-M-core based STM32 portfolio of over 500 micros, just got even easier. If you are looking to streamline your embedded engineering process and need to integrate software from multiple sources,…

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Get to Embedded-Design Revenue, Fast!

Get to Embedded-Design Revenue, Fast!

Sponsored Post by Stuart McLaren, STMicroelectronics ST wants you to get to revenue with your embedded designs as quickly as possible, That’s why the new mbed-enabled STM32 Nucleo boards facilitate agile development with fine-tuning of both hardware and software on-the-fly at each prototyping stage using the…

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