Hack Space Magazine #08 pdf
LoRaWAN in the UK: inside the Digital Catapult and The Things Network collaboration
Improving firmware updates for Internet of Things devices – the IETF SUIT Hackathon in Berlin/Germany
and don’t forget
YOU are the network … COMMUNITIES
Gemalto and Faraday Future work together to deploy secure, connected vehicles
BAW filters: Problem-solvers for key Wi-Fi and IoT challenges
’ AI-powered content recognition systems to review all user-generated content would need to be sourced and installed.’
EU continues building their digital cage
Architect on the first ARM Processor at Acorn Computers in Cambridge in the early 1980s, Steve Furber together with Sophie Wilson (3-parts interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhwwr…), were leading the advanced R&D team at Acorn Computers. Together they invented and designed the World’s first ARM Processor, a design that later influenced the designs used for tens of Billions of ARM processors shipped around the world.
The then popular BBC Micro computer (I had one) played a major role in prototyping the ARM processor.
In the end of the video Steve shows 5 cabinets with a network consisting of half a million ARM cores.
I still have – somewhere in the attic…