NXP host an engaging discussion on the future of cities at Mobile World Congress 2015.
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GO SHADOW! - and boost your technical career at NXP Semiconductors by NXP - 2015-03-11 12:30 - 25,623 views
GO SHADOW! is an awarded technical talent program provided by NXP Semiconductors/Business Unit Security & Connectivity. Interested to
become THE future technical rockstar in the semiconductor industry? Then learn more about our unique and awarded talent program for the
best technical talent across the world.
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Anne-Katrin Bauss, HR Director
Head of Global Leadership Development NXP S&C
GO SHADOW ! - Awarded by the HR Excellence Award 2014
Atmel: Trusted Platform Module Demo by Atmel - 2015-03-11 12:29 - 27,574 views
Atmel’s Ronnie Thomas and Tom Moulton explore the latest lineup of the company’s flagship security devices. With data breaches and
vulernabilities on the rise, the engineers highlight the need for the FIPS 140-2 Certified Trusted Platform Module (TPM), which is capable of
providing strong hardware-based public key (RSA) security for both personal computers and embedded processors on a single chip.
"Think of it as a microcontroller that can take a punch and come back for more.”
The TPM is a complete turnkey system that integrates industry-leading Atmel AVR microcontroller architecture, Atmel EEPROM technology,
and Atmel security technology. Implementing version 1.2 of the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) specification for TPMs, the chip supports
secure boot via platform integrity measurements, intellectual property protection, authentication, and secure communications. The AT97SC*
series is offered in three different interfaces: SPI, LPC, and I2C. All revisions are supported in both Commercial and Industrial Grades. The
Trusted Platform Module Embedded Development Kit received a 2008 Readers Tech Choice Award from eg3, an independent news source
Embedded World 2015: Bosch BNO055 Xplained Pro by Atmel - 2015-03-11 12:25 - 28,825 views
During Embedded World 2015, Atmel launched a new extension board for the highly-popular Xplained platform. Featuring a Bosch Sensortec
BNO055 intelligent 9-axis absolute orientation sensor, the next-gen device connects directly to Atmel’s Xplained board making it ideal for
prototyping projects for the Internet of Things, wearables and gaming markets, for applications like personal health and fitness, indoor
navigation, as well as others requiring context awareness and augmented reality for a more immersive experience.
The low-cost, easy-to-use Xplained prototyping and evaluation platform for Atmel | SMART ARM-based MCUs can be customized with a wide
range of extension boards. The platform enables easy development with a rich selection of example projects and software provided in the
Atmel Software Framework (ASF), Atmel Studio and third party integrated development environments.
Interested in learning more? http://bit.ly/BNO055
Embedded Design Blog: http://blog.atmel.com
Infineon and Watchdata at Mobile World Congress by Infineon - 2015-03-11 12:24 - 27,653 views
Thomas Rosteck, Vice President & General Manager Secure Mobile & Transaction at Infineon, about Smart Card Payment / Mobile Payment
Thierry Sert, Head of pre-sales EMEA at Watchdata presents the Watchdata Sharkey inkluding the Infineon security chip.