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Monday 11/2

 
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Home automation, and the Internet of Things, has been the technology of the near future for what seems like well over a decade now. As it turns out, however, the idea that every appliance needs to connect to the net, to order new cartridges for the coffee maker or schedule maintenance, has yet to be widely adopted.

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Per the company, featuring advanced multi-core architecture, B-Series enables Imagination customers to reduce power while reaching higher levels of performance than any other GPU IP on the market.
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ACEINNA announced a partnership with Point One Navigation, a leader delivering precise positioning for the next generation of transportation.
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The new R-Series storage systems include four models designed for maximum density, performance, Open Storage flexibility, and cost savings. TrueNAS SCALE introduces ideal hyperconvergence based on scale-out OpenZFS.
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Join Wind River? Principal Security Architect Arlen Baker for a fast-paced look at how to bake cybersecurity into can?t-fail devices and systems at the edge.
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There are a lot of adjectives that you can use to describe a smart home: cool, useful, efficient, safe, etc. However, you also have to add ?complex? to your list, because getting these smart devices to work and (gulp) interoperate, well that?s a different story. That?s where Connected Home over IP Alliance (CHIP) comes into play. In theory?and I?m told in practice as well?if any device is CHIP compliant, you simply plug it in and it works.

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Steve hanna
 
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