The Battle Over Bluetooth Low Energy For IoT - Laird Technologies Wireless Connectivity Blog
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE's) success in the IoT hasn’t gone unnoticed, particularly by companies looking to buy their way into the IoT market. In fact, it seems that 2015 is just the beginning of a battle for market share among silicon vendors like Silicon Laboratories, who recently purchased BLE module manufacturer, Bluegiga Technologies Inc., for $61 million.
Primer On Bluetooth Low Energy
We're sure that, like us, you've heard at least something about Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). Blutooth 4.0 is another name for BLE and it's already available in some smartphones; starting with the iPho...
Laird Partners with LoRa Alliance - Laird Technologies Wireless Connectivity Blog
Laird partners with the LoRa Alliance at Mobile World Congress ’15. The LoRa Alliance is a consolidated effort by industry leaders to enable the IoT.
Newsletters | Avnet
The push is on to add Internet capability to everything — often called the Internet of Things (IoT) — and the challenge for design engineers is to figure out how to power each of these IoT nodes. If there is an AC power line or conventional long-life battery available, the decision is greatly simplified, of course.
ESP8266 – Espressif annuncia il successore: ESP32
Molti sviluppatori hanno felicemente usato fin’ora l’economico ESP8266. Un chip che si presta a molti scenari nel campo dell’IoT, automazione domestica etc. Seppur molto versatili…