Now more than ever, as developers around the world race to bring their legacy solutions to the Internet of Things – as well as develop new, connectivity native solutions – the tools and practices used in this transformation can be the difference between success and failure.
In this first of a series of blog posts, we discuss various aspects of the SMARC standard, a critical component of our SOM portfolio, and what it means for our customers.
MNT Research based in Berlin, Germany, wanted the perfect in-between device with a modular, open-source framework for professionals on the go and enthusiasts alike.
A robust SMARC SOM powered by MediaTek Genio 700 and wireless connectivity using MediaTek Filogic 320
A fully featured Wi-Fi 6/6E radio that answers the call for next-generation wireless IoT.
Yaskawa Solectria Solar is a US-based PV inverter designer and manufacturer with tens of millions of devices operating worldwide. Here’s how they elevated their winning portfolio to the IoT.
Laird Connectivity values celebrating diversity, inclusion, empowerment, and collaboration. Here’s some of the women of our company in their own words on what it means to be a woman in tech.
In this post, we’ll discuss the most significant points of each feature of the specification including the upcoming Electronic Shelf Label (ESL) Profile.
The words “pre-certified” sound like the work is already done. It isn’t – and OEMs need to shift perspectives to achieve true partnership and better outcomes with their test house.
Our new Summit SOM 8M Plus is powered by NXP’s innovative i.MX 8M Plus processor and 88W8997 wireless silicon coupled with onboard NXP PMICs (PCA9450CHN and PM823UK), performance LPDDR4 RAM, and eMMC 5.1 storage.