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June 1, 2020Ask the Expert: What Technologies Enable Deeply Embedded Far Edge IoT?
Ambiq’s blog series, ‘Ask the Expert,’ brings you industry insight and technology expertise straight from the pro’s mouth. We reach out to our in-house experts for the big answers and turn them into bite-sized highlights for you to enjoy. Today’s Topic: What technologies make the Internet...More details
June 22, 202010 Insights on IoT After 10 Years and 75M Units
In 1999, Neil Gershenfeld wrote in When Things Start to Think: “Beyond seeking to make computers ubiquitous, we should try to make them unobtrusive…. For all the coverage of the growth of the Internet and the World Wide Web, a far bigger change is coming as the number of things using the Net dw...More details
June 29, 2020How Ultra-Low-Power Solutions Enable Always-On Voice Command Systems
New Industry White Paper from Ambiq, Vesper, and DSP Concepts!More details
July 6, 2020How COVID-19 Fast-Tracked Contactless Biometric Cards
In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, the demand for contactless interactions and transactions has dramatically increased. No matter if you’re at a supermarket, a restaurant, or a gas station, people are social distancing and avoiding contact. This need to limit face-to-face contact wit...More details
July 20, 2020With “Smart” Devices Everywhere, Why Are Our Remote Controls So Dumb?
The Internet of Things (IoT) has brought on unprecedented technological transformation. Increasingly, we’re living in an age of “connectedness,” where everything from smartphones, smart gadgets, smart cars, and even smart homes are connected to the Internet. As this technology evolves to provi...More details
July 27, 2020Re-Thinking Moore’s Law for a Deeply Embedded World
In a 1965 paper, American engineer Gordon Moore predicted that the number of transistors on an integrated circuit (“microchip”) would double every year for the next decade. He would be right, and his theory would practically become a fundamental law in the computing world.More details