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Think Silicon and Ambiq Enable Ultra-Low Power IoT Devices with Smartphone-Class, 3D-Like Graphics
ATHENS, Greece and AUSTIN, TX—Think Silicon S.A., the leading provider of ultra-low power GPU IP for embedded systems, and Ambiq, a technology leader recognized in ultra-low power microcontrollers (MCU), System-on-Chips (SoC) and Real-time Clocks (RTC), today announced the companies are worki...
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How IoT Device Manufacturers Can Meet Market Demands for Voice Command
Voice command is quickly becoming a staple feature in electronic products. Whether it’s your smartphone, remote control, or your smart home assistant, voice recognition can make your voice as productive as your hands. Voice-activated technology has followed the smart speaker into our homes...
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Winbond and Ambiq Collaborate on Ultra-Low Power, Intelligent IoT, and Wearables
Winbond HyperRAM™ delivers low power and low pin count, speeds graphics, and optimizes UI display refreshAmbiq's Apollo4 ultra-low power SoC is purpose-built to serve as both an application processor and a coprocessor for battery-powered endpoint devices TAICHUNG, Taiwan–2021-05-25...
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How New IIoT Solutions Can Help Companies Navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic
Major industries, such as manufacturing and health, had to make drastic adjustments in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. For many, it meant implementing contact tracing protocols per CDC guidelines. Along with the help of IoT devices, companies are adapting their busi...
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Reducing Global Food Waste One Smart Label at a Time
Keeping a global population of nearly 8 billion people fed sounds like a staggering challenge. But between modern agricultural practices and breakthrough technologies that make it easier to cultivate, transport, and store food at a greater scale than any other point in human history, the Earth can...
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3 Ways Voice Command in Hearables Is Improving Healthcare
Today, most hearable devices can handle functions such as playing music, making a call, and providing voice assistance. But hearables aimed at healthcare and wellness can also gather biometric data such as temperature, blood oxygen levels, and heart rate.Thanks to the rapid development of voice com...
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3 Reasons Why We Need to Connect Endpoint Devices with AI
As everything around us, from wearables to more mundane things, such as utility meters, are becoming connected, the immediate benefits of this increased connectivity might not be equally clear to all of us. Nevertheless, intelligence is embedded everywhere, and there are several reasons why this is...
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