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The IoT – One size does not fit all

Friday, August 1st, 2014

 

Simon Bloch of Samsung, speaks out from the audience on the IoT, posing some interesting questions for all.

SimonBloch_400_cropped_smallerBloch:  I don’t think that there’s a one-size-fits-all IoT.  There’s going to be segmentation.  And if we end up in technology segmentation it’s going to be in low power, low latency and high bandwidths.  They are going to be applicable to different areas.  But it appears to me that technology segmentation is going to be driven by software, and not necessarily by hardware.

Perhaps one of the better examples is what Apple did just this week (editor’s note: week of June 2, 2014) by connecting two IoT devices –  two operating systems talking to each other.

So there might be multiple technologies or different IOSs for different IoTs. There might be an opportunity in connecting them to a management layer that talks to one another, like in the areas of apps.

So, is there an opportunity for EDA companies?  What is that activity and what is the opportunity to complement the classical EDA?

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IoT – Is security impeding development of the IoT? Frank Schirrmeister talks about security and his three components of IoT

Monday, July 28th, 2014

 

In our continuing series on the IoT, Frank Schirrmeister of Cadence explains what three components of the IoT are important to him.

HeadShot_3x4Schirrmeister:  There are three components of importance.  Fitbit.  ARM’s going very big in that area, with their silicon partners.  That’s not the IoT in its completeness.  That’s an important component, but the analog mixed-signal components are certainly fun and challenging in this domain.

Then there are two more pieces to the Internet of Things that make me very happy, from a system design perspective:  The first one is the hub of my data from the Fitbit. I have at least four hubs that I’m concerned about.  My cell phone when I’m mobile.  My computer at home.  My living room; apparently my TV knows about my habits.

And there is my car.  So that’s a hub – a very important piece.  And from a system design perspective, there’s system development, emulation, FPGA, virtualization.  There is a huge interesting market for us.

Then the third piece is this whole cloud space.  That’s where the Intel, ARM, PC battle is waging.  And that’s also a very important component of the Internet of Things where all the data crunching has happened and the health data that the health monitor needs to pick up.  It is a very attractive market for EDA and will be very important to drive requirements, as well, for us.

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Security for IoT is a lot like the BORG Collective

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

 

Bernard Murphy, CTO of Atrenta, talks about the challenges to security that the IoT will bring in our continuing coverage of the IoT panel at DAC…and sees the IoT as a lot like a biological system!!!!

 

BernardMurphy_picMurphy:  The IoT represents a new level of challenge for security – not just because you have to worry about automotive, medical and so on.  But also, if you believe the numbers, then the number of potential edge nodes in an IoT is on the order of a trillion or more.  That’s two to three orders of magnitude bigger than any existing network you can imagine.  It’s about the number of cells you find in a new born baby.

So a trillion edge nodes looks like a biological system.  Why is that relevant? Because our approach to security today is very atomic….It’s not a system level approach.  You think in terms of system level and you look at analogies with biological systems, then you think in terms of different things.

Of course, you need all the antibodies and antiviruses.  But you also want to think about things like signaling – help I’m under attack.  It’s not the same thing as defending yourself.  You still want to defend.  But you also want to signal to your nearest neighbors or an organization around you that you’re under attack.  It can isolate you or send in defenses.

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The Internet of Everything – What are we really facing?

Monday, July 21st, 2014

 

As we had previously announced, venture capitalist Jim Hogan moderated a panel at DAC regarding the IoT. 

_MG_7133-no-halo (2)_mediumIt was an eye opener about all things IoT……or maybe we should call it the IoE (The Internet of Everything), or as one prominent editor noted, the IoW (The Internet of Whatever).  Our panelists included:  Gary Smith, Market Analyst, GSEDA; Frank Schirrmeister, Group Director, System Development Suite, Cadence; Bernard Murphy, CTO, Atrenta; and Randy Smith, VP of Marketing, Sonics.

Very lively discussion among panelists, but also from the floor!  Most notably editor Gabe Moretti of Chip Design and Simon Bloch of Samsung.  Bloch, Sr. Director of R&D in mobile consumer wireless devices, posed questions and stimulated discussion to the point where he might be called the unannounced 6th panelist.

Over the next few blogposts, we’ll share snippets of that discussion.  Gary Smith will start us off…..

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