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Security and backwards compatibility, and how we designed Z-Wave to maintain both

JAKOB BURON, Z-WAVE AND LARS LYDERSEN, SILICON LABS

At Silicon Labs, we take security of IoT devices very seriously. Z-Wave Security 2 ensures that all new Z-Wave products come with a best-in-class security level. Together with security, backwards compatibility is a ... Continued...

IoT Development Kit Guide

Help for embedded and Internet of Things (IoT) design engineers to efficiently identify evaluation kits for system prototyping.

Newark element14 Presents Opto 22's groov EPIC: The World's First Edge Programmable Industrial Controller

Newark element14

New system makes the future of automation a reality today Chicago, October 3, 2018: Newark element14, the Development Distributor, is enabling customers to bring the future of automation to their projects today, wi... Continued...

Reflex Photonics LightABLE transceivers now offer interoperability with all types of multimode optical modules

Reflex Photonics

LightABLE LM embedded transceiver is part of the LightABLE family of rugged transceivers. Reflex Photonics is proud to announce that its LightABLE line of rugged transceivers has dem... Continued...

Hear the Details of Xilinx’s ACAP Architecture

Rich Nass

Xilinx is currently hosting its XDF, also known as the Xilinx Developer Forum. At this event, the company took the opportunity to announce more details of its Everest project, which is more descriptively known as AC... Continued...

V2X on the road with chips, software stacks and design kits

Majeed Ahmad, Automotive Contributor

The vehicle-to-everything (V2X) designs are getting real with the availability of chips, software stacks, and evaluation kits while this manifestation of connected car technology eyes real-world applications such as... Continued...

Architect with Care: An Efficient Success Route to CAST-32A Compliant Multi-Core Certification

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Eliminating buffer overflow vulnerabilities on the IoT

Brandon Lewis

Buffer overflows have been the most commonly exploited vulnerability in network-borne attacks over the last 30 years. This isn’t surprising given how buffers are created. Here is an example in C: Step 1. Pro... Continued...

Rapid response for real-time control

Microchip Technology, Inc.

Closed-loop control is one of the most fundamental tasks performed by embedded systems. Typically, closed-loop control is implemented in software—an approach that throttles the CPU and consumes excessive power... Continued...