SoC Growth Driven by Mobility Demands
The demand for anywhere, anytime, continuous connectivity is pushing us closer and closer to ubiquitous computing, as discussed last week. But there is more to this positive disruptive event than the incremental steps to fully mobile computing capabilities and the broad market sector embracing of the trend.
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Internet of Everything (Still!) Propels Next Semi Era - Weiser's Era
The Internet of Everything (IoE), also known as "Connected Life," is not a concept born out of the 21st century mobility growth. Rather, IoE really goes back to 1988 and the few, subsequent years' research by Mark Weiser, whose understanding of "Ubiquitous Computing" laid the theoretical groundwork for what we take for granted today in our daily, smart, wireless, mobile lives. Importantly, ubiquitous computing and IoE has and continues to push us not just as users, but critically as designers, as architects, of both software and component hardware. We are pushed to use and design devices in new ways with new capabilities.
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