Edge Computing & IIoT

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SMARC module with Intel Gracemont CPU architecture
28 June 2023, Rugged Interconnect Technologies
For the first time in this performance segment, new advanced instruction sets and Intel Deep Learning Boost are supported, providing for a wealth of smart applications.

Ultra-compact Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 module
28 June 2023, Quectel Wireless Solutions
Quectel Wireless Solutions has launched its latest Quectel FCM360W Wi-Fi and Bluetooth module, combining a high-performance processor with Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 capabilities.

Industry’s most power-efficient mid-range FPGA
28 June 2023, ASIC Design Services
The additions expand Microchip FPGA’s comprehensive suite of tools and services supporting the PolarFire family of devices, and include the only RISC-V SoC FPGA shipping in volume production.

Secure element IC with advanced ECC capabilities
28 June 2023, Future Electronics
The ATECC608B by Microchip is a secure element from the Microchip CryptoAuthentication portfolio with advanced Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) capabilities.

eBook for all IIoT needs
26 April 2023
IIoT is very much a part of the manufacturing and processing landscape, and devices need to be efficient and secure for the systems to work flawlessly.

Webinar: Get IoT sensor data with Golioth and ModusToolbox
29 March 2023
Join the webinar to learn how Infineon's ModusToolbox users can immediately connect their projects to the internet using Golioth, a commercial IoT development platform.

Single Pair Ethernet devices transform IIoT at the edge
29 March 2023, RS South Africa
Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) technology is setting the stage for all-Ethernet IIoT and industrial Operational Technology (OT) networks that are built with a new class of synchronised low-speed Ethernet edge devices.

Sub-GHz SoC available for long-range deployments
29 March 2023, RS South Africa
Silicon Labs’ SoC is ideal for long-range, low-power transmissions, capable of broadcasting up to 3 km with minimal data loss in dense, urban environments when coupled with the EFF01 front-end module.

Configurable 11th generation industrial AI computing
29 March 2023, Brandwagon Distribution
The fanless industrial PC can be customised with a choice of CPU, memory, storage and pre-installed operating system.

Matter protocol going from strength to strength
28 February 2023, Altron Arrow, Smart Home Automation
The Consumer Electronics Show, that took place in January 2023, highlighted the importance of the new Matter protocol with the smart home being a prominent part of the event.

A new generation of industrial routers
28 February 2023, Otto Wireless Solutions, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT
Otto Wireless Solutions has recently added Wlink Technology’s new ‘G Series’ 4G/5G routers to its existing range. These routers are designed for industrial cellular and wireless connectivity in the IoT and M2M space.

AI set to revolutionise the education sector
28 February 2023, Editor's Choice, AI & ML
Artificial Intelligence has made remarkable strides in numerous industries, and the integration of AI into the educational sector has the potential to revolutionise the way we learn and teach.

The entry-level mainstream MCU
28 February 2023, Altron Arrow, DSP, Micros & Memory
STMicroelectronics’ new STM32C0 is its most affordable 32-bit MCU, making 32-bit capabilities a reality for all developers.

12th generation power with a sophisticated edge system
23 November 2022, Altron Arrow, Computer/Embedded Technology
Packing the power-efficient multicore architecture of Intel’s 12th Generation Core i7/i5/i3/Celeron processors, onboard LPDDR5, and AI module support into a compact edge system, the UP Xtreme is suitable for AI applications in healthcare, industrial processes, and transport management.

5G modules for industrial and commercial IoT
30 May 2022, iCorp Technologies, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT
Quectel’s RG50xQ series is capable of delivering a downlink rate of 2,5 Gbps and an uplink rate of 900 Mbps.

Robotics and coding essential for SA youth
26 February 2020, RS South Africa , News, AI & ML
To many, robotic and computer coding are reserved for techies, geeks and sci-fi movies. Nowadays these terms are fast becoming the norm in society and households alike. There is no denying the fact that ...


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