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Arm goes full-stack with introduction of Pelion IoT PlatformAugust 03, 2018On 2 August 2018, Arm announced the acquisition of data management firm Treasure Data and the launch/re-branding of its IoT platform as “Pelion”. It reportedly acquired Mountain View, CA-based Treasure Data for about $600 million, making it one of the largest acquisitions in Arm’s history. At a time when the large, diverse IoT platform vendor landscape is slowly starting to consolidate, and many vendors are starting to focus more narrowly on the areas where they can differentiate, Arm is taking a contrarian approach by going full-stack, and broadly-horizontal.Subscribers Only
Arm buys Stream Technologies to provide an integrated device and connectivity management offering to the IoT marketJune 12, 2018Arm has acquired Stream Technologies and will add the company to Arm’s IoT Service Group to extend the Mbed Device Management Platform with connectivity services/service management capabilities. Arm acquired Stream Technologies primarily to further Arm’s end-to-end connectivity and device management platform that helps organizations manage the complexity of connecting hundreds of billions of future IoT devices. The acquisition enhances Arm’s strategic positioning in the IoT market, provided that Arm can successfully execute on leveraging the potential synergies between Arm’s resources and Stream Technologies’ technical capabilities.
ARM elbows its way into an already crowded NB-IoT semiconductor marketFebruary 25, 2017This week, ARM (a wholly owned subsidiary of SoftBank Group Corp.) announced its acquisition of two IoT wireless companies and the upcoming availability of NB-IoT intellectual property (IP) based on their technologies. In a blog post, ARM revealed that it had acquired Mistbase, a Swedish company specializing in low-power RF physical layers, and NextG-Com, a UK company with...
In a Mobile SoC world, what’s left for thin modems?January 18, 2017The standalone cellular baseband or thin modem has been one of the most volatile sub-segments of the mobile handset IC market in the past several years. There has been only one major OEM which has consistently used...Subscribers Only
China’s domestic smart connected home appliance market is still in its nascency but growing rapidlyAugust 15, 2016China domestic smart connected home appliance market which is at its nascent stage has shown rapid growth. Volumes of several smart-connected home appliance segments were higher than expected in 2015, as leading appliance makers and online retailers had ...Subscribers Only
Thread: Just Another Smart Home Technology?August 18, 2014A new mesh network protocol has entered the smart home space: Thread. The technology runs on IEEE 802.15.4 and uses 6LoWPAN to carry IPv6 natively. The Thread group ...Subscribers Only
Mozilla takes Firefox OS to the extremes and to new geographiesFebruary 25, 2014There were four key announcements for Mozilla’s web based Firefox OS at Mobile World Congress. • Indonesian operators Indosat and Telkomsel announced they would range Firefox OS devices, while Telefonica said it would bring Firefox OS to more Latin American countries and Deutsche Telekom will introduce Firefox OS smartphones in more Central and Eastern European markets. • TCL Alcatel announced the first 4G capable Firefox OS device, the Fire S. This and other new devices launched at the show are the first dual core smartphones to feature Firefox OS. • TCL Alcatel also announced the first Firefox OS tablet, the Fire 7. • Mozilla teamed with chipset maker Spreadtrum to produce 3G and 2G reference designs for Firefox OS including a design for a $25 smartphone. The phone boasts a 2MP camera as well as dual-SIM 2G connectivity plus Wi-Fi while using only 128MB of RAM. Actual commercial handsets based on the design are not expected until the second half of 2014 at the earliest.
NTT deploying Android STB with ST Microelectronics OrlyMay 09, 2013On 3 June, NTT Plala will deploy a new set-top box (STB): the Sumitomo Electric ST-3200. The STB will run Android 4.0-commonly known as Ice Cream Sandwich-on a ST Microelectronics STiH415 "Orly" chip. The...
Smartphone Cameras are getting Smarter with Computational PhotographyMarch 20, 2013According to IHS iSuppli smartphones are on the rise accounting for roughly 50% of the mobile handset units in 2012 growing to roughly 79.3% in 2017. The mobile handset application is also the largest in terms of revenues for CMOS image sensors according to IHS.Subscribers Only
Ultrabook and Ultrathin Share of Mobile PC Market to Grow Nearly Threefold This YearThe super-thin mobile PCs will be helped by new functionalities and newly focused strengthsFebruary 19, 2013
Ultrabooks and other ultrathin PCs will triple their penetration of the notebook market this year as their once-stratospheric pricing comes down to earth and consumers warm to the flashy convertible form factor that allows the systems to transform into tablets, according to an IHS iSuppli PC Dynamics market brief report from information and analytics provider IHS.
Shipments of Ultrabooks and ultrathins in 2013 will climb to a 28 percent share of the total mobile PC space, up from just 9 percent last year. As a result, the non-ultrathin class of mobile PCs will see its portion of the market shrink to 72 percent, down from 91 percent. Total shipments will amount to 241.6 million this year, compared to 213.3 million in 2012.
Micro Servers to Deliver Impressive 200 Percent Growth in 2013Emphasizing expandability, energy efficiency and low cost, the machines are ideal for cloud computing and data centersFebruary 06, 2013
Micro servers suitable for cloud computing and data centers will be the fastest-growing segment of an otherwise staid server market, expanding more than threefold this year after an initial low starting base, according to an IHS iSuppli Compute Platforms topical report from information and analytics provider IHS.
Shipments this year of micro servers are forecast to reach 291,000 units, up a mighty 230 percent from 88,000 units in 2012. Micro server shipments started at just 19,000 in 2011, but projected units by the end of 2016 will amount to some 1.2 million units. The penetration of micro servers, compared to total server shipments, was at a negligible 0.2 percent in 2011. But by 2016, the machines will claim a penetration rate of more than 10 percent—a stunning fiftyfold jump.
Mobile and Cloud Computing Spur Tripling of Micro Server Shipments This YearFebruary 06, 2013Driven by booming demand for new data center services for mobile platforms and cloud computing, shipments of micro servers are expected to more than triple this year...
Sony Ericsson, ARM, operators among Android's alliance 14 new backersDecember 12, 2008The Open Handset Alliance, the Google-led industry consortium backing the Android mobile operating system (OS) welcomed 14 new members: AKM Semiconductor, ARM, ASUSTek Computer, Atheros Communications, Borqs,...