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Thursday 9/17

 
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Smaller, lower power, and longer range Bluetooth products continue to rain down from the silicon vendors. One good example of those innovations is the recently announced BGM220 series from Silicon Labs, which supports Bluetooth 5.2 with mesh networking capabilities.

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Neurala, a vision AI software company, announced the launch of the Neurala VIA Authorized Partner program. The program aims to help manufacturers leverage vision AI to improve quality inspection.
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Rohde & Schwarz announced the release of the R&S FSW-B8001, an option that extends the internal analysis bandwidth of the R&S FSW high-end signal and spectrum analyzer to 8.3 GHz.
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Solid State Disks (SSD), a storage systems design, development and integration company, has launched HotBackup, a solid state live-host backup solution suited for process and mission-critical legacy computer systems.
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Living at the Edge can be tricky. That?s the Edge of the IoT that I?m referring to. When you?re one of the leading providers of microprocessors, as NXP clearly is, you have lots of questions that must be addressed. Two big ones concern security and AI. In this week?s Embedded Executives podcast, I spoke to NXP?s Ron Martino, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Business Line Edge Processing, to hear the company?s responses to those important questions.

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