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From Medical and Wearables to Big Data: Differentiated IP for the IoT Spectrum

Whether it’s a tiny always-on medical device or a secure cloud network processing Big Data, the Internet of Things is bringing new challenges to IC design.

Whether it’s a tiny always-on medical device or a secure cloud network processing Big Data, the Internet of Things is bringing new challenges to IC design. This white paper provides techniques and IP examples for managing IoT’s power and bandwidth demands

By Lisa Minwell eSilicon Senior Director, IP Marketing

Ultra-Low-Voltage SRAM and TCAM Enable IoT Markets Today, we are seeing the world around us becoming increasingly smarter. Almost any manufactured good now includes an embedded processor (typically a microcontroller, or MCU), along with user interfaces, that can add programmability to enable “command and control” functionality. The electrification of the world and the pervasiveness of embedded processing are the keys to making objects “smart.”

This white paper provides IP examples and techniques for customizing memory IP to manage power and bandwidth demands in IoT applications. …

 

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