MTTS-Dallas Distinguished Lecture: Innovation at the Edge and Role of IoT 2.0

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Presenter, TI-Fellow Danielle Griffith, highlights innovations in process technology, circuit design, system architecture, and wireless standards, which contribute collectively to enabling the market growth of IoT systems and edge-based platforms.

In a world with billions of connected devices, computation and communication at the edge is becoming ubiquitous. The low-power IoT market saw its naissance in earnest more than 20-years ago with the launch of the first commercial Bluetooth device. Today, IoT connections are growing at an average rate of 20% per year with no end in sight. The exponential rise in the demand for IoT devices necessitates significant innovation in extending battery life, improving wireless range, increasing performance, and reducing form factors – all within a limited power budget. This talk will highlight innovations in process technology, circuit design, system architecture, and wireless standards that have all collectively enabled the market growth of IoT systems and edge-based platforms. Future innovations required to address new challenges and emerging edge applications will also be explored.

Presenter, TI-Fellow Danielle Griffith, highlights innovations in process technology, circuit design, system architecture, and wireless standards, which contribute collectively to enabling the market growth of IoT systems and edge-based platforms.

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