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On the Scene: Element14 Tour of Boards

Three little letters that rule the world. They are but the sun and we are but the moon. Oh IoT, where would we be without you? 2012 perhaps? In this episode of “On The Scene” we examine a wide range of IoT small-form-factor boards with Cliff Ortmeyer of Element14. Join us while we tour Element14’s booth at this year’s EELive! expo, and get chatty with Cliff.

 

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