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There’s no shortage of information when it comes to the Internet of Things. Conventional thinking says that the processor vendor would likely have the best information when you’re putting your design together, at least that’s what I would have thought. However, in this week’s Five Minutes with…discussion with Lou Lutostanski, VP of IoT, Avnet, I learned that the distributors are really a great source of information. In fact, Avnet’s IoT site has way more info than I would have expected. I suggest you check it out. https://www.avnet.com/wps/portal/us https://www.avnet.com/wps/portal/us/solutions/iot/overview/
Five Minutes With…Lou Lutostanski, VP of IoT, Avnet
There’s no shortage of information when it comes to the Internet of Things. Conventional thinking says that...
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