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Smartphone & Tablet Design
Quarterly Report
July 2016
TOP STORY
Next Generation Memory: A Competitive Weapon for Mobile Devices
Has a solution emerged which balances cost/performance, endurance and low power?The entire memory industry is investing heavily in ...  (more)
The Android Developer Conference
AnDevCon, August 1-4 in Boston, is the technical conference for software developers building or selling Android apps. It will offer one day of intensive tutorials, followed by three days of technical classes. Receive a $200 discount off the prevailing rate of the 3-day or 4-day pass by inserting the code ANDROID when prompted at www.andevcon.com
Sensor Fusion: Reinventing Retail’s Store of the Future, Today Since the beginning of retail, store managers have counted front door traffic, first very manually, then more systemically through beam counters ...  (more)
Reaching the Market with Smart Home Solutions Faster Keys to success in the emerging Smart Home as a Service market.Many in the industry view the Smart Home—the connected home—as the new holy grail of ...  (more)
Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) Minneapolis
The Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) is back in Minnesota this September. Over two days, receive in-depth education on software design innovation, hardware breakthroughs, fresh IoT trends, and more. EECatalog subscribers, save an additional 20% off conference registration by specifying the promo code Extension.
FEATURED NEWS & ANALYSIS
Internet of Things: A Semiconductor Dilemma
STMicroelectronics Showcases Smart Innovative Solutions for Dynamic Mobile and IoT Market at MWC Shanghai
ARTICLES AND TECH BRIEFS
Leveraging Intel Architecture Strengths Executives participating in our round table tell us how their companies and the wider ecosystem are responding to such challenges as the need to use as little power as possible, analyze at the IoT's (more)
IoT/M2M and the Move from 2G GSM to 2G CDMA or 4G LTE Minimizing service disruption calls for enterprises using AT&T's 2G GSM services to rapidly develop and carry out device replacement. August 2012 seems like a lifetime ago, doesn't it? That's (more)
Open Source Community Strengths for the IoT, Security, More Collaboration is a powerful change agent for good for embedded security, device interoperability, and software portability—and that's just for starters. To catch EECatalog readers up on the initiatives (more)
Power Where It's Needed: Q&A with Synopsys on USB Power Delivery 3.0 Support for the USB Power Delivery 3.0 standard has significance for next-generation consumer, automotive and industrial SoC design teams. Last month Synopsys announced the industry's first verification (more)
Watching Processor IP Trends in the Smart Wearable Market As shipments of wearable devices continue to rise, smartwatches have evolved to be one of the most popular devices in this sector. To make the most of a projected 42.8% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) developers are examining what qualities will be needed to drive adoption. (more)
How to Jump Start Custom SoCs with ARM's DesignStart Portal Custom System on Chip (SoC) devices are becoming a cost-effective alternative to the traditional discrete IC board designs. ARM provides the DesignStart portal on its website, offering free of charge access to semiconductor IP for the design of custom SoCs, with low-cost licensing for the commercialization phase. IP includes the ARM® Cortex®-M0 processor and ARM Artisan® Physical IP solutions optimized for fabrication processes at leading silicon foundries. (more)
IoT Forcing Architectural Change As multicore use widens, knowing when to forge fresh architectural alliances is key. The Internet of Things (IoT) is fueling market demand for multicore processors and pushing hardware suppliers, OEMs, (more)
FROM THE BLOGOSPHERE
Technology, Philosophy, and Kitty Litter: An Interview with VITA's Ray Alderman By: Chris A. Ciufo, Editor, Embedded Systems Engineering Chairman of the Board, Ray Alderman, presents a unique view of how embedded companies compete, thrive and die in the COTS market. One never knows what Ray Alderman is going to say, … Continue reading → …
Resuming the app from where the user has left it
Blog Post: Hypervisors in embedded systems
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UPCOMING EVENTS
WT | Wearable Technologies Conference 2016 USA
Fort Mason Festival Pavilion - Marina Boulevard, San Francisco, California, USA
July 12-13th, 2016
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