• 8 Jun 2017

    m2m: going to cloud with a chip

    A SYS TEC solution enables you to realize m2m communications thanks to an innovative programmable chip that allows you to connect the cloud without using any gateway. The basic idea is to transfer the same flexibility and immediacy to the world of i...
    • 1 Jun 2017

    Smart Energy: A Path to Unlocking the value of IoT

    Today everyone is talking about IoT. Enterprises are under pressure to unlock the value in the Internet of Things. So, where is the value of IoT? While it is difficult to cover all the benefits of IoT, the three below are some of the most often...
    • 18 May 2017

    Pint of Science - Securing the Internet of Things

    Last night, I went to a most wonderful event, one of the “Pint of Science” series in Cambridge. Similar events run all over the world in a bid to share expert knowledge from academia and industry. The basic idea is to combine hearing talks about science with drinking beer – what a concept! If you've attended any of these talks then please let me know in the comments section. I was invited to speak on the subject of...
    • 16 May 2017

    Live Webinar: Building a chain of trust in IoT

    When discussing security in the Internet of Things (IoT), we often overlook the bigger question when deploying IoT devices, and that is the question of trust. In a market where monetization of data from devices is foremost in many business plans, the question all too often not asked is: How can you trust your data, if you cannot trust your devices? This webinar will explore the various challenges which must be addressed...
    • 4 May 2017

    ARM sponsors Data Science Africa 2017

    Looking towards a sustainable and connected future I grew up in South Africa and got my science education there, so when I heard about Data Science Africa I was naturally keen to get involved. Their mission is inspiring: Data from a vast array of sou...
    • 27 Apr 2017

    Missing drone, blistering winds and life in the thin air

    The drone copter is still a prisoner. While ARM engineer Matt Du Puy and his fellow climbers are rotating between camps on Kanchenjunga preparing to ascend the world’s third-highest peak, a key new addition to his ARM-powered electronics kit is being held back by Nepalese customs officials. The drone copter was shipped to Kathmandu several weeks ago for Matt and team to pick up before they headed toward Kanchenjunga...
    • 12 Apr 2017

    Taking ARM to new heights (again)

    He’s at it again. After climbing Mt. Everest, K2 and Annapurna, as one of the few humans to summit all three peaks, ARM engineer Matt du Puy ( Matthew Du Puy (mattd) is once again unpacking his crampons and ice picks. This time his target is Kanchenjunga, straddling Nepal and India and reaching 8,586 meters (28,169 feet) into the sky as the world’s third-highest peak. To enable him to deal with some of the climb’s...
    • 6 Apr 2017

    Phishing with IoT Edge Node Lures – A New Attack Vector for Which to Prepare

    Just imagine, it’s your anniversary, your birthday or a holiday and a new package arrives addressed to you. Expectantly you open it to find the latest IoT gadget, maybe an activity tracker or even a connected sprinkler system controller – something you’ve been wanting. “Nice!” you think, but who could have sent it? Pushing its origin aside for a bit, you eagerly set it up and pair it with your smart phone using your home...
    • 31 Mar 2017

    Test Flight of a Raspberry Pi-based Aircraft Tracker

    Last fall ARM Education posted this link for the Raspberry Pi-based Aircraft Tracker on our Facebook Page . As the Americas Program Manager for the ARM University Program and a private pilot, I took particular interest in the product and thought this might be something fun to put together that would also be quite useful flying in the quite busy San Francisco Bay Area. For pilots, this sort of capability is known as a...
    • 29 Mar 2017

    Accelerating the route to secure IoT at scale

    The march of the IoT is going full steam ahead, and the next 1 trillion devices are expected to deliver up to 2.3 Zetabytes of data per month. These are mind-bobbling numbers.
    • 28 Mar 2017

    Smart Parking Meter: From Bluetooth low energy to the IoT cloud

    So the fun part about working in Technical Marketing in the Wireless Business Unit at ARM is that part of my job is coming up with demos to highlight our Cordio Radio IP products.
    • 17 Mar 2017

    Talking IoT Silicon at Bosch Connected World 2017

    This year, ARM was invited to lead a session track at Bosch Connected World in Berlin . Bosch is not only a household name for their consumer lines, but perhaps even more importantly one of the most influential industrial OEMs in the world. They supply almost every automotive manufacturer on the planet, and have a massive footprint in industrial and infrastructure settings. This was the fourth annual Bosch Connected...
    • 10 Mar 2017

    ARM at Bluetooth World 2017: a guide

    ARM aficionados know this place well, as this is where the annual ARM TechCon take place, so it is quite a fitting venue for Bluetooth World 2017, as I look forward meeting with many members of the ARM ecosystem, and sharpen technological knowledge related to Bluetooth and other related technical aspects.
    • 27 Feb 2017

    Enabling mass IoT connectivity as ARM partners ship 100 billion chips

    If partnership can create and deploy 100 billion chips, why not a trillion or more? That is our target, seeing a trillion connected devices deployed over the next two decades.
    • 22 Feb 2017

    The Economist says companies are embracing the IoT

    Simon Segars, ARM CEO, comments on the Economist Intelligence Unit IoT Business Index 2017
    • 21 Feb 2017

    ARM invests in the future of IoT connectivity

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is the most diverse technology challenge we have ever faced with billions of new data-driven devices set to be connected.
    • 12 Jan 2017

    Device Management with the OMA LWM2M Protocol - webinar

    The Lightweight Machine-to-Machine (LWM2M) protocol has been developed by the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) to offer a faster time to market by standardizing commonly required device management functionality. Device management not only enabled efficient collection of sensor data and provides remote management capabilities but also offers essential security features, including firmware updates. With LWM2M as an integral part...
    • 6 Jan 2017

    Security Scenarios Addressed by ARM Cortex-M23 and Cortex-M33

    2016's DDoS attacks on webcams revealed just how vulnerable IoT devices are to remote attacks. The embedded security community and device makers are well aware of these shortcomings but with cost being a primary driver, security implementation of...
    • 14 Dec 2016

    ARM Cordio IP achieves Bluetooth 5 qualification right out of the gate

    Now that Bluetooth 5 has officially launched , it’s time to focus on the qualifications the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SiG) announced today. It’s critical that embedded and IoT developers are able to begin work on day one to incorp...
    • 10 Dec 2016

    Tibbo Technology Announces new TIDE Release 5.03.03 that features TiOS Simulator

    New Tibbo IDE (TIDE) release 5.03.03 includes a Tibbo OS (TiOS) Simulator . The Simulator implements a virtual TiOS device incorporating virtual Ethernet interface, virtual EEPROM, virtual flash memory, virtual MD button, buzzer, and status LEDs, as w...
    • 6 Dec 2016

    The wait is over, Bluetooth 5 is here !

    Upgrades are normally about ‘a little bit better’ when it comes to technology but not for the new Bluetooth 5 standard. It will quadruple the distance over which a signal can be sent, push data twice as fast and increase the ...
    • 17 Nov 2016

    Your Homemade IoT Christmas Light Controller

    What can be more fun than setting up your own IoT Christmas Light Controller on a free Google cloud service?See the DZone article for details: https://dzone.com/articles/dockerizing-the-iot-christmas-light-controller Assembling the Hardware
    • 16 Nov 2016

    New measurements run on ULP products

    Which microcontroller is really energy-efficient and suitable for ultra-low-power applications? The ULPBench benchmark developed by the EEMBC consortium is meant to shed light on the matter. Unfortunately, realistic conditions are often missed out. ...
    • 11 Nov 2016

    Ubisys ZigBee Stack

    ubisys product information folder about: ZigBee 3.0 stack solutions (overview of features and supported system architectures) ZigBee 3.0 gateway solutions/services diverse ZigBee tools.
    • 11 Nov 2016

    More battery life, or no battery at all, for low power devices with Bluetooth 5 and 802.15.4

    The cat is out of the bag. At TechCon, ARM launched its latest Cordio radio IP architecture that provides support for both Bluetooth® 5 and 802.15.4 ( ARM Cordio radio IP: Flexible Bluetooth 5 and 802.15.4 connectivity architecture for IoT e...