7 01, 2019

Adesto: M2M Embedded Hardware Company of the Year

2019-01-07T14:14:19+00:00January 7th, 2019|Blog|

IoT Breakthrough has just announced that Adesto Technologies is the winner of the “M2M Embedded Hardware Company of the Year” award 2019.   IoT Breakthrough has been honoring companies for the past 3 years and their mission with the Awards is to recognize excellence, creativity, hard work and success of IoT companies, technologies, and products.

19 12, 2018

ASICs don’t have to be for life

2018-12-19T09:57:28+00:00December 19th, 2018|Blog|

Puppies are for life, but ASICs really can be just for Christmas As Christmas approaches, thoughts naturally turn towards gifts for our friends and loved ones. While giving people animals as gifts at any time of the year is generally frowned upon, particularly by animal charities, it’s probably true that many children will still

6 11, 2018

Building the essential blocks for the IoT

2018-11-06T09:02:36+00:00November 6th, 2018|Blog|

Developing for the Internet of Things (IoT) is difficult. When you’re designing an IoT edge device, there are usually tough constraints on cost, size and power consumption. But more than that, the specific requirements of the IoT create new challenges. With more and more processing typically happening at the edge, your connected devices need

3 10, 2018

Industry Space Days 2018

2018-10-03T10:28:56+00:00October 3rd, 2018|Blog|

S3 Semiconductors attended the recent Industry Space Days (ISD) in Noordwijk, The Netherlands. The 2-day space industry gathering which ran from the 11th to the 12th of September took place at the European Space and Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Noordwijk, The Netherlands.  This years event attracted a record number of over 1600 attendees to

1 10, 2018


2018-10-01T08:44:58+00:00October 1st, 2018|Blog|

S3 Semiconductors attended ISICAS 2018 (2-3 September) in Taormina, Italy. There was an exciting array of topics on the agenda both days.  Discussions covered the fields of analog, biomedical, sensor interface to name a few. There were a number of interesting papers with novel ideas, mostly targeting challenges for implementation of the Internet-of-Things.  Items

21 09, 2018

CMOS RF Enables Transformation of IoT Satellite Communications

2018-09-21T09:00:42+00:00September 21st, 2018|Blog|

CMOS RF/mmWave Technologies Enable the Transformation of IoT Satellite Communications S3semi are excited to be present at the upcoming European Microwave Week 2018 conference and our very own Cormac O'Sullivan is giving a presentation on: “A Highly Integrated Transceiver for Mobile Satellite Services User Terminals Incorporating Dual Receivers for Satellite Handover and Digital PreDistortion

19 09, 2018

All things Danish at E-18

2018-09-19T13:08:54+00:00September 19th, 2018|Blog|

E-18: The Electronics and Robotics Industry in Denmark S3 Semiconductors attended the recent E-18 show in Odense, Denmark.  The 3-day electronics fair which ran from the 11th to the 13th of September at the Odense Congress Centre was a collection of all that is Danish in the Electronics and Robotics industry, with a good

18 09, 2018

SWaP for the IoT

2018-09-18T10:04:05+00:00September 18th, 2018|Blog|

Engineering, like life, is all about compromises. You might want that new sports car, but how do you justify the cost? And does it have enough space to take the kids to football practice? Similarly, in any electronics system design, you need to balance multiple factors, and make trade-offs. You can’t have everything. SWaP

27 08, 2018

Upskilling at speed

2018-08-27T09:29:20+00:00August 27th, 2018|Blog|

You probably already know that your iPhone is several thousand – even million – times more powerful than NASA’s Apollo mission computers, but did you know that your washing machine is probably faster, too? The massive increases in processing power and affordability driven by Moore’s Law have seen sophisticated computers become embedded in a huge

21 08, 2018

Industrial Computing on the Edge

2018-08-21T11:09:19+00:00August 21st, 2018|Blog|

As the Internet of Things takes shape, companies are realizing that not everything can, or should be moved to the cloud. For many industrial applications, real-time operation and analog interfacing are crucial. While cloud-based analytics can bring new efficiencies and insights, computing at the edge of the IoT stays fundamental. But if industrial computing