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The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network comprised of physical objects capable of gathering and sharing electronic information through the Internet.
 
 

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Engineering Computing
Supermicro Debuts New Edge Systems
These new Edge platforms based on Supermicro servers with optional support for Intel Programmable Acceleration FPGA cards deliver local compute...

Internet of Things
SparkFun Works with NVIDIA to Release Two New Kits
JetBot AI Kit Powered by the NVIDIA Jetson Nano and a Materials Kit for NVIDIA’s “Getting Started on AI...

Simulate
Wireless Design Challenges
Evolving wireless standards and the shift to 5G will require multidisciplinary approaches to simulation and design.

Digital Twin Market to Reach $20 Billion by 2025
The rising demand for reducing asset downtime, optimizing process time, reducing time to market, reducing asset downtime and improving operational...

PLM
Is Digital Transformation Stuck in Neutral?
Engineering has an appetite for new technologies to digitally transform, yet traditional silos and culture remain obstacles to large-scale success.

Design
NAND Flash Finds a Home in the IoT
Advances in the technology now let NAND flash memory offer faster throughput, greater flexibility and better price points per byte,...

Design
The IoT Processor Dilemma
Proliferation of Internet of Things connected devices has led to increased complexities in product design.

Internet of Things
SparkFun Electronics Releases First Open-Source, U.S.-Manufactured Embedded Systems Module
SparkFun makes technology that runs the TensorFlow machine-learning platform easy to implement and deploy at an ultra-low power.

Internet of Things
PTC Releases ThingWorx 8.5
New capabilities enable businesses to leverage the possibilities of industrial IoT.

PLM
What’s Old is New
CAD and PLM are playing a starring role in PTC’s vision for the digitally-connected industrial enterprise.