TSMC; FTC on Privacy; ARM Consolidation, Cars & Ships: Atmel MCUs; Green Hills and NVIDIA; Matrix Spying; Standards; Cadence IP/IoT; Monotype; Marvell Homes.
By Sally Bixby, Web Editor
Big player with an extra edge, Gurufocus writes TSMC is making news with the Internet of Things.
On your watch list? PYMNTS.com shares the Internet of Things Privacy Climbs Up FTC Priority List. While the agency doesn’t have the power to enact new regulations for IoT devices, it can enforce its privacy policies on technology conglomerates, and much more.
Bloomberg TV new quick video clip from ARM CEO, Simon Segars discussing chip technology and ‘Consolidation Likely in the Internet of Things’.
Hello again, hello! Blackberry Plans to Connect Cars, Ships with Internet of Things writes Gerrit De Vynck, BloombergBusinessweek. Get this news and a few quick videos as well: ‘Is There Real Value in the IoT?’ (and the one already mentioned above, from Simon Segar).
Atmel posts on launch of new series of Atmel | SMART ARM Cortex-M7 based MCUs, said to deliver highest performance with exceptional memory and connectivity options for automotive, IoT, and industrial connectivity markets. Thanks, Tom Vu for the LinkedIn post.
From Sys-Con Media: Green Hills Software and NVIDIA Bring Advanced Graphics and Computer Vision to Platforms for Automotive … find out how this combination addresses growing demand for superior single system performance with proven safety and unmatched security.
Welcome to the Matrix: Enslaved by Technology and the Internet of Things. Love it that John Whitehead at The Gilmer Mirror, starts with “There will come a time when it isn’t ‘They’re spying on me through my phone’ anymore. Eventually, it will be ‘My phone is spying on me.’” – Philip K. Dick. And thus, science fiction has become a fact. Got the chills yet?
The IoT bake-off cometh. Martyn Warwick’s article on TelecomTV posts “Will too many standards cooks spoil the IoT broth? This lists the new players at the start of 2015 and a whole lot more.
Wish you had been at CES? If you weren’t or simply missed these goings-on, Richard Goering posts a PR from Cadence announcing its 4th generation Tensilica HiFi DSP architecture, and more, in “Cadence at CES 2015: DSP IP and the Internet of Things”.
Industry voice, Rich Nass at Embedded Computing Design, takes an interesting turn at something not as mundane as one might think, in Don’t take your Character Display for Granted. He talks about Monotype and the Spark solution with potential markets in wearable, IoT and medical devices.
Marvell takes the stage launching world’s first highly integrated & scalable ‘Smart Home Cloud Center’ for Mobile Internet and IoT, via CNN Money. This PR states it’s the only customizable turnkey reference platform that gives OEMs, cloud service providers and telecom carriers.