Transforming Endpoints with Artificial Intelligence

August 5, 2021

There has never been so much compute power available in IoT devices - now is the time to be designing and deploying true intelligence in IoT endpoints. Devices which are aware of their environment are capable of adding huge value to the data they collect and the services which they enable. This paper explores how new and emerging technology can enable your devices to see, hear and feel what is going on, interpret what they sense, take autonomous actions and generate real, trusted, valued data for the cloud. Recent developments in hardware and software will enable a step change in the capability of resource-constrained endpoint platforms, allowing developers to build vision, voice and vibration capability, coupled with genuine intelligence at the endpoint.

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Broadcom

Founded in 1991, Broadcom’s mission is simple: Connecting everything®. Today, the company estimates that 99.98% of Internet traffic crosses at least one Broadcom chip – in the home, in the hand and across the network. A Fortune 500® company, Broadcom provides the industry's broadest portfolio of state-of-the-art system-on-a-chip (SoC) solutions. Its products are found everywhere on the planet, from urban corporate data centers and the cloud, to villages in some of the most isolated parts of the world. Broadcom is a company founded by engineers, managed by experienced industry leaders and powered by the talents of a highly diverse workforce. Employees focus on a single mandate: to engineer the impossible for customers. As one of the world's largest fabless semiconductor companies, Broadcom designs and develops its products in labs and design centers around the world, and then works with independent chip-making facilities to manufacture nearly two billion chips annually.

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