7 reasons to attend the Internet of Things Conference

January 31, 2019

On March 27, Moscow will host the sixth international Internet of Things Conference – an event dedicated to the industry development and its application in business. There are at least seven reasons to attend the conference this year.


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Tilera

Tilera Corporation is a fabless semiconductor company focusing on scalable multicore embedded processor design. The company ships multiple processors, including the TILE64, TILEPro64, and the TILEPro36, TILE-Gx72, TILE-Gx36, TILE-Gx16 and TILE-Gx9.Tilera's primary product family is the Tile CPU. Tile is a multicore design, with the cores communicating via a new mesh architecture, called iMesh, intended to scale to hundreds of cores on a single chip. The goal is to provide a high-performance CPU, with good power efficiency, and with greater flexibility than special-purpose processors such as DSPs. In October 2009, they announced a new chip family TILE-Gx based on 40nm technology that features up to 72 cores at 1.2 GHz. Other TILE-Gx family members include 9-, 16-, 36-core variants. Specialties scalable manycore embedded processor fabless semiconductor

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