2021-05-31 - Benoit de Lescure

Network-on-chip architecture displaces a crossbar approach

When the number elements on an SoC grows, a crossbar approach for interconnect doesn't work and network-on-chip architecture is required.

2021-05-24 - Brian Dipert

Can satellite internet deliver the competition needed for net neutrality?

Let's do a deep dive on SpaceX's burgeoning Starlink satellite internet service and its predecessors and competitors.

- Jeff Hockert

Optical interconnects can meet data center challenges

Data center networks can be revolutionized with optical I/O directly designed in server chips and packages.

2021-05-13 - STMicroelectronics

STMicroelectronics Cellular IoT Discovery Kit Contains eSIM with Bootstrap Profile

STMicroelectronics' B-L462E-CELL1 Discovery kit brings together the critical hardware and software building blocks to quickly develop cellular IoT devices that…

2021-05-12 - Giovanni D'Amore

Millimeter-wave technology turbocharging the information age

The use cases of mmWave technology in multi-gigabit connectivity, high-throughput satellite, automotive radar, and extended reality.

2021-05-11 - Remi Lorrain

Satellite connectivity to help bridge gap in underserved IoT markets

With the rising demand for universal IoT connectivity, having proven wireless technology work interoperability with satellites offers the global reach…

2021-04-23 - Infineon Technologies AG

Infineon Wi-Fi 6 solutions enhance connectivity in smart homes

Infineon's AIROC Wi-Fi 6/6E and Bluetooth 5.2 product series is responding to consumers' demand for secured and convenient wireless connectivity.

2021-04-22 - John Walko

Atomic clocks getting more accurate, smaller and lighter

The precision of atomic clocks grows as does dependence on their ability to synchronous GPS and other networks.

2021-04-21 - STMicroelectronics

STMicroelectronics expands Bluetooth LE MCU portfolio

STMicroelectronics has extended its STM32WB Bluetooth LE MCU lineup with new devices that combine entry-level features with extra power savings.

2021-04-20 - Glenn Weinreb

Make buildings smarter by networking processors with common software

To make buildings smarter, one could place a tiny processor at every location and network them together using common software.