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Zerynth: A Python Framework for IoT Devices Mike Parks
Python-based software development frameworks such as Zerynth allow embedded systems developers to quickly and reliably create powerful solutions that tend to be more secure and power-efficient than writing firmware from complete scratch.

How AI Can Improve Your Health While You Sleep Adam Kimmel
Getting a good night’s sleep improves our overall health. Can smart bedrooms improve our sleep?

New Tech Tuesdays: Supercapacitors Store Energy and Have Several Other Advantages Tommy Cummings
In this week’s New Tech Tuesday, we’ll look at a diverse range of supercapacitors from PowerStor/Eaton, AVX, and Capacitech.

Dual, Segmented Routers Ideal for Transit System Traffic Phil Hipol
Public transportation Wi-Fi networks pose several engineering challenges in providing fast and reliable service between vehicles, infrastructures, and machines. Dual, segmented routers provide the bandwidth, connectivity, and power essential for this application.

Distributed Analytics Beyond the Cloud Charles Byers
Analytics, AI, and ML are typically implemented as centralized functions in networks, often residing in the cloud. There is a growing trend to distribute these learning and inference functions between cloud, edge, and endpoint computer capabilities. Here, we’ll look at some of the tradeoffs involved.

Edge Security in an Insecure World M. Tim Jones
Security is often an afterthought in edge device design. Edge devices can be secured when you understand how they can be exploited. In this blog, we'll explore access security, data security, and manageability as the means to ensure your edge device doesn't become the next security incident headline.

Why the Edge Is Central to IoT Success Stephen Evanczuk
The nature of the IoT drives the need for edge devices to support functionality beyond basic connectivity. As IoT applications evolve, edge devices will play a pivotal role in meeting more complex requirements for effective IoT solutions.

New Tech Tuesdays: SIM Cards and LTE-Enabled Module Provide Cellular Solutions Tommy Cummings
Let's evaluate three products that are crucial to machine-to-machine and Internet of Things project development.

Self-Powered Wireless Sensor Nodes with Energy Harvesting Rafik Mitry
Wireless sensor nodes are emerging quickly in countless applications. Powering them is becoming a challenge, as these are usually battery-operated devices. Batteries have a definite lifetime, after which it needs to be replaced. Learn how energy harvesting could extend the battery life of a WSN.

6 Key Aspects of the 3GPP 5G Release 16 Steve Taranovich
5G New Radio (NR) reached a milestone on July 3, 2020, with Release 16 of the 5G standard. We’ll explore the six key aspects of the release, including sidelinking, multi-TRP, the unlicensed spectrum, and time-sensitive networking (TSN).

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