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InvenSense Developers Conference Tackles Sensor Security, New Technologies

The second day of the InvenSense Developers Conference saw presenters get down to cases – use cases for sensors.

InvenSense CEO touts the Internet of Sensors

InvenSense president and chief executive officer Behrooz Abdi sees the Internet of Things as an Internet of Sensors, a theme he explored Tuesday afternoon (November 17) at the opening of the fourth annual InvenSense Developers Conference.

Wally Rhines of Mentor Graphics Gets Phil Kaufman Award

The Phil Kaufman Award is presented by the Electronic Design Automation Consortium (EDAC) and the IEEE Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA). It honors the memory of Philip A. Kaufman, the EDA industry pioneer, electronics engineer, and entrepreneur, who died in 1992.

IoT Security, Software Are Highlighted at ARM TechCon

Many people are aware of the Internet of Things concept. What they want to know now is how to secure the IoT and how to develop code for it.

ARM CEO Celebrates 500 Years of Connectivity

In his ARM TechCon keynote address on Wednesday morning (November 11), which was entitled “Building Trust in a Connected World,” ARM Holdings CEO Simon Segars reviewed the history of significant products in the 20th century and noted how their pricing was reduced through “optimizing supply chains.”

ARM debuts embedded architecture, new 64-bit processor

ARM Holdings today is introducing the ARMv8-M architecture for embedded devices and the ARM Cortex-A35 64-bit processor as the company opens the annual ARM TechCon conference and exposition in Santa Clara, Calif.

ARM CTO looks forward and backward in keynote

“Innovation is still thriving in semiconductors,” said Mark Muller, chief technology officer of ARM Holdings, in a keynote address Tuesday morning (November 10) at the ARM TechCon conference and exposition in Santa Clara, Calif.

New MEMS, Sensors Emerge at MEMS Executive Congress US

A wide variety of microelectromechanical system (MEMS) devices, sensors, and MEMS sensors were described and introduced at the MEMS Executive Congress US in Napa, Calif.

MEMS, Sensors Poised for Growth in the Internet of Things Era

Not all segments in MEMS and sensors are enjoying hockey-stick growth forecasts, as commoditization and pricing pressures take hold. This was just one of the insights gleaned at last week’s MEMS Executive Congress US 2015.

MEMS Executive Congress US, Day 2: Securing the Internet of Things

On the second day of the MEMS Executive Congress US in Napa, Calif., Wouter Leibbrandt of NXP Semiconductors gave the keynote address on “Secure Connections for the Internet of Things.”