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The Wild West of IoT

To the Edge and Back Again with Avnet and AT&T

Break out your best show saddle and get those spurs on tight. A whole new paradigm is breaking on the horizon. Join us as Jim Beneke (Avnet) and I ride off into the sunset with our shadows stretched long across this wild and woolly EE landscape called the Internet of Things. We take a closer look at Avnet’s new collaboration with AT&T, the importance of security in the IoT ecoosystem, and what developers and designers need to know about IoT that they may not have considered a year or two ago. Also this week, we check out the details of a new robotic pizza delivery system and how PSpice can make your next IoT mixed-mode and mixed-signal simulation a whole lot easier. 


 

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Links for March 31, 2017

More information about AT&T Cellular IoT Starter Kit 

Avnet and AT&T Team to Lower Barriers to Development of IoT Solutions

More information about Starship Technologies

Robots A Go-Go! — Starship’s Intelligent Six Wheeled Autonomous Vehicles and NASA’s Robot Auction (Fish Fry Episode: 9/9/16)

New Episode of Chalk Talk: IoT and The Power of PSpice

 

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