SANTA CLARA, CA -- Justin Mortimer, product marketing manager at NXP, talks to Rich Nass with Embedded Computing Design about new NXP microcontrollers with Near Field Communications (NFC). Justin says, "We're doing entry-level micros, but it's not just about making simple low-cost micros, it's trying to integrate very unique technology into the entry level space." NFC is a technology co-invented by NXP, that can help bring wireless connectivity to the masses. It is available in billions of smartphones, tablets and consumer electronics. For more information, check out www.nxp.com/products/identification-and-security/nfc:MC_71110?&tid=FSH. To see more things that you missed at ARM TechCon 2017, click here.
Geoff Lees, VP/GM of MCUs at NXP explains the latest i.MX microprocessor announcement, aimed at the Edge of...
We also recommend:
Ellen has to determine what markets are going to be hot and why when it comes to IoT. I ask her to share of those details on this week’s Embedded Executives podcast.
In some cases, computations occur at the Edge, a decision is made, and an action is carried out. In other configurations, the data is sent back to the Cloud to perform the calculations.
VOLANSYS launched the IoTPAD program, which provides qualifying participants eligibility to take advantage of the company’s gateway and loud platforms at zero cost.
According to Gartner, global spending for protecting software and systems is forecast to reach US $133.7 billion in 2022, highlighting the need for new ways of tackling them.
Otii Arc is a power analyzer, log sync and power supply all in one, making it the ultimate tool for any developer wanting to design highly energy-efficient IoT products.
Learn how to bake cybersecurity into can’t-fail edge devices in this educational video series with Wind River. The seven-part series compresses the entire security lifecycle into less than 30 minutes.
The German technology company TQ presents the TQMxE40 module family based on the processors of the latest Intel Atom® x6000E as well as Intel® Pentium® and Celeron® N and J series.
Combining IMG iEB110 hardware with Packetcraft Bluetooth host stack to deliver a complete Bluetooth Low Energy IP solution.
Mixel's IP supports high-performance imaging and display applications
New development kit provides engineers with end-customer, certified LTE connectivity for IoT applications on Raspberry Pi HAT expansion-capable devices.
Network grows to more than 1,000 cities across North America and Europe, offering connectivity for up to hundreds of millions of LoRa®-based devices.
New ANS-8A64P and ANS-8A62P use Intel Atom® C3758 8C and C3558 4C (Denverton) processors as SD-WAN hardware platforms.
Silex Insight, and Faraday Technology Corporation announce their collaboration for delivering secure IoT solutions for a wide range of ASIC applications.
This week we’ll be giving away 9 of the Infineon XENSIV Sensors Getting Started Box IoT Development Kits for free, thanks to our sponsor Digi Key.
A recent report from Ber Insight, an IoT market research firm, show that IoT managed service providers have more than 50 million IoT subscribers worldwide.
A recent study by McKinsey estimates that the IoT in the retail industry will have an economical impact ranging from approximately $410 billion to $1.2 trillion per year by 2025.
There’s no denying the impact Bluetooth has had on the lives of consumers, and to the credit of the embedded community, innovation continues to occur in that space, at a healthy pace.
The device supports 8th/9th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors and the second version of the LGA 1151 chipset supporting Intel’s Coffee Lake processors.
SMARC 2.0 modules stand out thanks to their large number of graphics, camera, sound, network and optional wireless interfaces.
IAR Systems announced updates of its IAR Embedded Workbench for Arm. The update includes complete coverage for the ultra-low-power Renesas RE microcontroller (MCU) Family.