The ARM TechCon conference is the world’s largest event that deals with ARM technology. It took place in Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, from October 24 to 26. The event consisted of a conference and an exhibition. The conference papers covered silicon design and software development, power-efficiency, industrial & functional safety, trust and security, advanced applications like computer vision and machine learning, and also Internet of Things (IoT), including sensor fusion and smart
We’ve previously looked at the technical benefits of using custom integrated circuits when you’re designing, manufacturing and supporting devices destined for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Something we only briefly touched on in that piece was the financial side, noting that custom silicon can be cheaper than the traditional approach of combining tens or even hundreds of discrete components on a circuit board. Given that cost has long been seen as a barrier for
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is all about making manufacturing, asset management and other areas of industry more efficient by optimising operations and maintaining equipment proactively. At the heart of the IIoT are large numbers of sensors, detecting the state of a machine or asset, its outputs, and its environs. Coupled to these you need other components, such as processors, memory, and connectivity to actuators, external processing systems and the like. A lot of
Dublin – 14th November, 2017 – S3 Semiconductors, a global supplier of Mixed-Signal and RF Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of representative firm Cedar Technologies to cover the
Online BOM calculator simplifies costing process for IIoT custom ICs Dublin – 30 October, 2017 – S3 Semiconductors today announced an online bill of materials (BOM) calculator that shows how custom ICs are economically viable
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