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Faraday Technology Corporation | July 16, 2020
Faraday Technology Corporation, a leading ASIC design service and IP provider, today launched its next generation IoT SoC development platform, called Ariel™, which is built on UMC’s 40uLP logic process combined with Infineon’s SONOS eFlash technology. Compared with its predecessor, the 55nm Uranus+™ platform, the Ariel platform demonstrates a 35% reduction in operating power, driving ever-lower power consumption levels in SoC designs for use in AIoT, IIoT, smart grid, we...
MedShift | June 09, 2020
Leading medical technology company, MedShift, announces their third major release of their IoT connected devices platform. This platform provides an end-to-end solution for device manufacturers, integrating their purpose-built credit card-sized computer boards, with encrypted private cellular SIM capabilities, into any medical device line up. This integration allows the MedShift platform to interact with and receive rich data from device operating systems in a variety of formats. Another signifi...
Origin | January 12, 2022
Origin Wireless™ Inc. ("Origin") and nami.ai Pte. Ltd. ("nami") today announced the launch of their 'now' initiative (nami origin wi-fi sensing). The now platform brings together two industry leaders to offer companies and brands an all-in-one solution, combining AI, software and hardware to deploy intelligent Wi-Fi sensing to their customers.
Being a cost-efficient, turnkey solution, the now platform speeds up the time to market for IoT providers...
Staceyoniot | January 28, 2020
IoT infrastructure is more than just an edge and the cloud. In fact, the emerging architectures will be very different from the traditional architectures based on the use case, location, and even the industry involved. It’s so confusing, we’re throwing around terms like “the skinny edge” to refer to sensors and “constrained connected devices” and “fat edge” to refer to a bunch of high-powered servers on a factory floor. We also toss around terms li...
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