The SMARC - (Smart Mobility Architecture) standard has in a matter of a few years become a major driving force behind the enablement of innovative ultra-low-power embedded computing technology solutions. Market demand and the disruptive influence of the Internet of Things (IoT) have already hastened the arrival of a new specification, SMARC 2.0. What are the implications for embedded systems designers and developers?
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