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Blessed are the Micro, for They Shall Inherit the Earth

Smarter Power Part Two

And a voice came down from the heavens and said “Let there be µModules”, and they were good. 

In this week’s Fish Fry, we look into the wild and exciting world of µModules with Afshin Odabaee from Linear Technology. What are µModules? Why do you need them? And what does modern dance have to do with it? You’ll learn all about this and more in this week’s episode. We also look at why Freescale’s new i.MX 6SoloX may be a perfect fit for your next IoT design.


 

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