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.

2021-05-24 - 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…

2021-05-13 - Richard Quinnell

What to consider when developing an IoT asset tracking system

Here are five of the most important issues that developers need to consider when designing an IoT asset tracking system.

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.

2021-05-10 - Jessy Cavazos

Mobile network operators need O-RAN to evolve to 5G

Test solutions that provide broad capabilities to cover radio units from different vendors are critical to successful interoperability testing for…

2021-05-07 - Susan Nordyk

Automotive-grade MEMS microphones enhance in-cabin audio

Automotive-grade SiSonic MEMS microphones from Knowles enhance hands-free calling, voice assistance, and noise cancellation.

2021-04-27 - Rajan Bedi

Simplify satellite payload testing with AWTs

Arbitrary waveform transceivers offer the potential of a single-box measurement solution for testing a satellite transponder.

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.

2021-04-22 - Richard Quinnell

Expanding tiny ML will speed the movement of AI into IoT devices

To reach its full potential, AI at the edge will need to be self-adaptive. Enter tiny machine learning.