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ARM's Wish List for IoT
Rick Merritt, SiliconValley Bureau Chief, EETimes
7/7/2015 00:01 AM EDT
With his company dominating the market for processor cores in mobile systems, ARM chief executive Simon Segars has his eyes set on the Internet of Things.
Segars shared an IoT wish list at the recent Imec Technology Forum that suggested semiconductor designers have their work cut out for them. Of course, the list started with ultra-low power everything and designs that push costs and area ever closer to zero. But I found a few of the action items surprising.
“We need new non-volatile memories,” Segars told the audience of several hundred Imec researchers and their partners.
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