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IP and the World of IoT Edge Devices

How do you dream in IoT? Does the Power Bogey Man burn up your diodes? Does process integration lurk in the shadows? Never fear, my engineering compatriots – help is on the way. In this week’s Fish Fry, we delve into the deep dark secrets of IoT IP. My guest Ron Lowman and I discuss how subsystem re-architecture can keep that Power Bogey Man at bay, what design requirements should be tackled first, and how IP may just be the key to sweet IoT dreams after all. 

 

 

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Links for November 5, 2015

More information on Synopsys’ IP portfolio for IoT

Webinar: Achieving Energy Efficiency for IoT Designs

Videos: Insights on IoT

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