Komal Chauhan works as a Digital Marketing Associate at eInfochips where she supports digital marketing activities for various verticals - aerospace, technical debt, semiconductor and solution partnerships. She has 3+ years of experience in digital marketing which includes search engine optimization & social media marketing. She holds an engineering degree in Computer Science. Her hobbies includes gaming, digital gadgets and traveling.
The Internet of Things has become a mainstream technology strategy for businesses looking to accelerate growth in 2017 and beyond. The semiconductor industry isn't immune to the ongoing IoT buzz, as experts believe that major players will soon
The number of connected devices is expected to rise to 26.3 billion by 2020 (Cisco Virtual Networking Index Forecast from 2015 to 2020). In order to sustain this double-digit growth, IoT solution providers are bracing themselves for the challenges in handling such a huge volume of data, and the growing
Semiconductor companies are playing a very crucial role in the development of connected IoT ecosystems. The biggest demand stems from the need for smaller geometries, low power consumption, and high performance chips, which are integral to the field deployment of IoT devices. ARM, a leading semiconductor
The new ARM® Cortex®-R52, the company’s first ARMv8-R, has created a whole new performance benchmark in the industry with support for strong features such as virtualization, memory
This year, Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg said at the annual Mobile World Congress, in Barcelona, "We’re making a long term bet that immersive, virtual and augmented reality will become