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Marie Curie
AI Inference at the Edge: A lesson from Marie Curie
October 12, 2020
In 1914, Marie Curie’s work on radium stopped in its tracks as the reality of World War I approached. Undaunted, Curie sent her entire stock of radium to a local bank by train and embarked on a new project – using her knowledge of radiology to save soldie...
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Regulatory insights: Are your computer, audiovisual and information technology products ready for the transition to 62368-1?
May 6, 2020
Regulatory certification can be confusing because of constantly changing standards, the complexity of the process and the amount of time needed to properly complete it.
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Does hardware matter?
By Anatoli Lukkarinen   -   March 3, 2020
I believe every IoT and Industrial IoT system designer and software developer should consider the question in the title. Do you?
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Two methods gaining steam as data center liquid cooling goes mainstream
By Alp Sezen   -   November 24, 2019
Liquid cooled computers for many years have been associated with gaming PC’s and more recently specialized markets like Bitcoin mining.
Business people around a table in a meeting about IoT security
Customization comes with a competitive edge—and security challenge
By Guillaume Crinon   -   September 7, 2018
Whether you have an in-house team or are exporting the building of infrastructure to a trusted partner, make sure the team is asking the right questions when it comes to implementing and deploying IoT solutions.
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For Industry 4.0, Reliability Builds on Robust Connections
June 11, 2017
Looking to relieve increasing product complexity and cost pressures, manufacturers are moving toward the next phase of industrial automation envisioned in Industry 4.0. In this concept, smart factories respond instantly to changing workloads to more
Touch screens
Machines in the middle: infection transmission via touchscreens
June 12, 2020
In the last few months, what we touch – and who else has touched it - has suddenly become a critical thought process that very few people thought of previously. Touch screens, devices, kiosks, fuel pumps – people are a lot more conscious of what they have...
Brian Stack and Jon Collins
Better beginnings and bolstered basics: Taking OEMs and ISVs to market with value.
June 11, 2020
Back in October, Brian Stack our EMEA Data Center Innovation Leader spent some time talking to Jon Collins of The Register about the options available to OEMs and ISVs looking for the perfect hardware for their software or platform. However, it’s clearly ...
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3 use cases for embedded platforms enabling HMIs and IoT systems
January 22, 2020
Avnet Integrated takes the complexity out of embedding HMIs for demanding markets. In this article, we go through three common examples.
SMARC 2.0 module that was integrated 1:1 as Avnet Integrated
Industrial automation demands high flexibility
By Klaus-Michael Hussmann   -   August 22, 2019
Based on deep expertise and an extensive portfolio of SMARC 2.0, Qseven, COM Express and nanoRISC standard modules, Avnet Integrated offers application-optimized single board computer solutions. These innovative products are designed for industrial a
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Should you chemically or thermally strengthen your glass display cover lens?
August 20, 2019
Durability and safety considerations require the glass to be strengthened (hardened), using either chemical or thermal processes. Chemical hardening is possible with all glass, while thermal hardening is only available for thicknesses up to 3 mm.
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How AI-powered virtual assistants can transform healthcare
February 26, 2019
We have witnessed a paradigm shift in the way patients are being treated by the doctors with the help of AI and machine learning.
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The rise of machine intelligence in the AI era
February 26, 2019
Whether you know it or not, this technology has a lot of potential to deal with business-specific challenges and the benefits of deep learning outnumber its drawbacks.
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Highest computing and graphics performance
February 21, 2019
With the MSC C6B-CFLH, Avnet Integrated delivers an extremely powerful COM Express module based on processors from the 8th Generation Intel Core processor family. The high-end board has up to six CPU cores.
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5 of the best artificial intelligence use cases
January 3, 2019
AI’s upgraded algorithms make predictive analytics, parse data, and help businesses make smarter decisions from the boardroom to the factory floor.
Doctor checking on a patient from a remote patient monitoring device -- artificial intelligence
AI From A-Z: The biggest buzzwords around artificial intelligence
November 28, 2018
Companies across markets from consumer electronics to factory floors are finding power in the introduction of two letters: AI (artificial intelligence).
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Alternative Solutions For Powering IoT Devices
August 9, 2018
In this article, we look at why edge devices need power, and the options for reducing this need to a level where energy harvesting becomes sustainable.
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A Look at the MicroSD Card of the Future: Speed and Capacity meet Reliability
June 11, 2017
Manufacturers recently released the largest capacity and fastest microSD cards ever made. The 128 GB cards demonstrate more than a 1,000-fold increase in storage density over the last decade, and the fastest speeds of these microSD cards now rival ot
energy harvesting concept with green batteries sprouting from the ground
Powering the Internet of Things via Energy Harvesting
June 11, 2017
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.
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Harnessing the Power of IoT: Microsoft’s Unique Approach
March 30, 2017
Little could this now-famous British serial entrepreneur have known in 1999 that the name he chose to define his approach for using RFID in P&G’s supply chain would top Gartner’s 2015 Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies report. Hackneyed though
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