Why Intel will Never Succeed in IoT Market?

Why Intel will Never Succeed in IoT Market?
by Eric Esteve on 05-02-2015 at 4:18 am

Let me precise that by “IoT” I think about the IoT devices market, made of hundreds of application, wearable gadget to medical, home automation, and so on. One direct consequence of IoT (device) market explosion will be the strong growth of the server market (cloud), to transfer, compute and store information generated by the billions… Read More


Xtensa Fusion DSP Target IoT including Wireless and Security

Xtensa Fusion DSP Target IoT including Wireless and Security
by Eric Esteve on 04-23-2015 at 8:30 am

Internet of Things (IoT) can be seen as a fashionable buzzword covering so many distinct applications that IoT is sometimes nick-named “Internet of Everything”, or it can be perceived as the next revolution in electronic systems generating more revenues than the smartphone and computer market together in 2020. But the industry… Read More


How Pebble Reinitiated the Inning for Smartwatch

How Pebble Reinitiated the Inning for Smartwatch
by Pawan Fangaria on 04-06-2015 at 7:00 pm

The effort for adding phone function into watch had started much earlier in 1999 when several tech companies joined the crusade to enter the big watch market. Notable among them were Samsung, IBM, Microsoft, Fossiland Sony Ericsson. The effort lasted for about a decade before showing its signs of fatigue. Microsoft SPOT (Smart… Read More


Bluetooth Smart Crashes IoT Party

Bluetooth Smart Crashes IoT Party
by Tom Simon on 11-07-2014 at 7:00 pm

When you hear the term Internet of Things the first image that comes to mind is, well, a lot of things talking over TCP/IP, maybe using WiFi or god forbid Ethernet. But upon closer examination it seems that Bluetooth is crashing the IoT party. This was driven home for me when my girlfriend gave me a FitBit Flex. For those unfamiliar, … Read More


One Breath, One Milliwatt

One Breath, One Milliwatt
by Eran Belaish on 08-11-2014 at 8:00 pm

To understand how challenging it is to successfully implement Always-on Technology, consider doing any kind of sport while holding your breath. Sounds crazy? There’s actually one sport in which participants do just that – freediving. So what does freediving have to do with always-on technology? Quite a few things apparently.Read More


CEVA + Riviera Waves = Complete WiFi and BlueTooth Solution

CEVA + Riviera Waves = Complete WiFi and BlueTooth Solution
by Eric Esteve on 07-11-2014 at 3:18 am

Thanks to the recent acquisition of Riviera Waves, CEVA is expanding from Digital only DSP IP, to supporting complete solution (Digital + mixed-signal) for both WiFi and Bluetooth functions. Such a move is already a very good market positioning, as customers prefer buying to a single source the digital and the mixed-signal part… Read More


The Secret Essence of an IoT Design

The Secret Essence of an IoT Design
by Pawan Fangaria on 06-23-2014 at 7:00 am

Today the semiconductor industry along with electronics industry is looking up to capitalize from massive expansion foreseen in IoT (Internet of Things) domain. In simple terms we can consider IoT as connectivity between machines which can communicate with each other and work as programmed. In localized applications such … Read More