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Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) Bolsters Industrial Control Sravani Bhattacharjee
Time-sensitive networking (TSN) is a new connectivity technology that extends the promise of Industrial IoT to time-sensitive industrial control and actuation systems. This blog provides an in-depth understanding of TSN principles and functionalities to design next-generation Ethernet products.

News from the Industrial Internet Consortium / OpenFog Charles Byers
The OpenFog Consortium recently joined forces with the Industrial Internet Consortium, producing a powerhouse of edge-fog thought and architecture. This blog describes the motivations for joining forces, markets and applications served, and thoughts about the future of edge-fog computing in IoT networks.

At 90W, Power over Ethernet Hits the Sweet Spot Barry Manz
The 802.3bt standard lets devices consume more power, which makes it a compelling solution for smart buildings and cities.

Where Nanotechnology, the IoT, and Industry 4.0 Meet Liam Critchley
The Internet of Things (IoT) has been developing and advancing for many years and has brought around the beginning of the fourth industrial revolution, Industry 4.0, where many processes are now being automated. While it is not obvious, nanotechnology also has a role to play in this new industry.

Nanotechnology Helped Realize Flexible and Wearable Electronics Liam Critchley
Flexible and wearable electronics are rapidly growing industries. The devices’ development and growth can be attributed to the benefits and specific properties of the nanomaterials commonly used within these devices. Here, we look at why nanomaterials are used in these devices.

The Chemistry of Energy Storage Systems Liam Critchley
Energy storage devices are serving an increasingly wide range of applications. Their recent performance improvements are driving this growth in popularity. The basic function and any performance enhancements are due to chemistry, especially electrochemistry. In this blog, we will detail why.

Move Over LEDs, Electric Motors Will Save the Planet Steven Keeping
LEDs save energy, but efficient electric motors can save much more. Now a new generation of GaN transistors promises new power-supply breakthroughs to help the units become even greener.

Dual, Segmented Routers Ideal for Transit System Traffic Phil Hipol
Public transportation Wi-Fi networks pose several engineering challenges in providing fast and reliable service between vehicles, infrastructures, and machines. Dual, segmented routers provide the bandwidth, connectivity, and power essential for this application.

Securing Embedded Systems in Industrial Environments Jeremy Cook
As industrial machinery becomes more and more automated, engineers and IT personnel must take security into account. Engineers must also design hardware with security in mind, a task made easier with Maxim’s DeepCover Security Reference Design.

Understanding the Chemistry of Semiconductor Junctions Liam Critchley
Chemistry plays a major part in why semiconductor materials behave the way they do, and why current can flow through a p-n semiconducting junction. Here, we discuss what effect chemistry has on these junctions, including some of the mechanistic variations that exist in electronics today.

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