FD-SOI: An Optimal Technology for Integrated IoT and 5G Designs

GlobalFoundries

As digital-centric scaling pursues solutions in 3D device architectures such as gate-all-around (GAA) transistors, most applications in new leading-edge growth markets such as Edge AI/ML, IoT, automotive and 5G mmWave demand post-bulk processing power and also next-generation analog and RF performance. This webinar is an overview of production-proven fully-depleted silicon-on-insulator (FD-SOI), the only post-bulk planar transistor technology. We will explain and demonstrate how FD-SOI delivers FinFET-like performance, excellent mismatch and noise characteristics and best-in-class Ft and Fmax required for energy-efficient mmWave applications.
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Spotlight

IBM announced a series of new Watson Internet of Things (IoT) offerings, capabilities, and ecosystem partners that are designed to extend the power of cognitive computing to the billions of connected devices, sensors, and systems that make up the Internet of Things. As an engineer or a developer, you might be wondering just what you can do with the cognitive capabilities that are now available for the IBM IoT Foundation? Read on to learn about the Watson APIs for IoT.


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Generating Revenue with the IoT: Is Support Prepared?

Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA)

The Internet of Things (IoT). Its potential to create new revenue opportunities and drive change in the broader business landscape is undeniable – in fact it’s already happening. But what does it mean for your company? Specifically how will the IoT change the ways that your customers interact with your products, services and support.
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How to Stop Custom Code From Killing Your IIoT Projects

Telit

Telit is the global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) enablement. We offer the industry’s broadest portfolio of integrated products, platforms and services to support and enable IoT deployments from things to apps. Our portfolio of modules addresses all.
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Satellite IoT Comes Out of its Niche

ORBCOMM

It’s becoming easier than ever to integrate higher-end satellite connectivity with cellular and other technologies, and in doing so, to instantly increase the footprint and reliability of your connectivity solution many fold. At the same time, new service offerings not only allow for improved data analytics, but also bring service prices down. Some analysts predict that the number of satellite-based connections for IoT will increase by 80% between 2016 and 2023.
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Enterprise IoT Webinar: Embedded IoT design - The basics

Sequans Communications

Low-cost sensors and modems are enticing more and more enterprises to explore embedded connectivity for a wide range of devices and systems. But there are many choices to be made. The internet of things is a wild west of competing standards, networks, platforms, modems, modules and gateways, and waiting for the dust to settle could mean being left behind. This webinar will offer some practical pointers for enterprises that want to embed connectivity and compute capabilities into assets. By learning about the basic architectures and capabilities of leading embedded solutions, companies can become better architects of their own solutions.
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Spotlight

IBM announced a series of new Watson Internet of Things (IoT) offerings, capabilities, and ecosystem partners that are designed to extend the power of cognitive computing to the billions of connected devices, sensors, and systems that make up the Internet of Things. As an engineer or a developer, you might be wondering just what you can do with the cognitive capabilities that are now available for the IBM IoT Foundation? Read on to learn about the Watson APIs for IoT.

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