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  • Research and Markets: Industrial IoT Market Poised for Growth - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Research and Markets: Industrial IoT Market Poised for Growth

    Research and Markets has released a new report that predicts the industrial Internet of Things market will achieve “tremendous growth“ by 2020. The report notes that the transportation and manufacturing sectors are already applying the IoT technologies to their operations, Research and Markets said Dec. 4. “Energy and power along with, oil and gas industries are deploying […] More

  • Warren East Joins Oxehealth Advisory Board - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Warren East Joins Oxehealth Advisory Board

    Warren East, formerly CEO of semiconductor intellectual property supplier ARM Holdings, has joined the advisory board of Oxehealth, a spin-out from the University of Oxford“™s Institute of Biomedical Engineering. East will work to help Oxehealth drive its non-contact vital signs technology into the market and pursue partnership opportunities, Oxehealth said Thursday. He will also collaborate […] More

  • IBM, ARM Ink Microprocessor Licensing Deal; Steve Ray Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    IBM, ARM Ink Microprocessor Licensing Deal; Steve Ray Comments

    IBM has licensed a portfolio of ARM Holdings microprocessors and intends to offer the technology to communications and networking infrastructure developers. IBM aims for the chips to help clients build network switches, routers and base stations that work to facilitate wired and wireless communications, the company said Thursday. Steve Ray, IBM vice president of microelectronics, […] More

  • Intel, ARM Developing Payment Platforms for Mobile Transactions - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Intel, ARM Developing Payment Platforms for Mobile Transactions

    Semiconductor manufacturers Intel Corp. and ARM Holdings have begun building mobile transaction platforms to boost their presence in the mobile device market, according to a DigiTimes article. Intel is leveraging a partnership forged with Visa in 2012 to enable Intel-based smartphones to support mobile payments and ARM is developing a trusted execution environment (TEE) security […] More

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