Showing posts from October 13, 2016

Improve RF Communication and NFC Tag Interoperability with NFC Devices

At the core of stakes, we have new and candidate specifications that provide for more design flexibility and mitigate risk. I can recall that, formerly a candidate specification, the Analog 2.0 Technical Specification delivers new capabilities that support improved RF communication to ensure interoperability between Near Field Communication (NFC) devices and existing RF infrastructure and cards based on the ISO/IEC 14443 and ISO/IEC 18092 standards.
These NFC Forum technical specifications provide engineers the freedom to create advanced, innovative designs that offer a consistent user experience without having to risk interoperability issues with the existing infrastructure.

IAR Systems + VORAGO Technologies for development of embedded systems in harsh environments

At the center of stakes, we have the combination of VORAGO’s extreme temperature and radiation resistant MCUs and the powerful toolchain IAREmbedded Workbench to enable companies to create many robust and high-reliable applications. The new ARM® Cortex®-M0 VA108x0 microcontrollers (MCUs) from VORAGO Technologies.
I can note that, the complete C/C++ compiler and debugger toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench supports new ARM Cortex-M0 microcontrollers from VORAGO Technologies, targeting embedded applications with requirements for extreme temperature and radiation resistance. Developers can now take advantage of the highly optimizing build tools and comprehensive debugging capabilities in IAR Embedded Workbench® to leverage the full potential of the VORAGO MCUs.

Subscription to Multiple Streaming Services in our ever-connected world

Our lever-connected world is also increasingly characterized by voracious video viewers that combine multiple subscriptions Streaming Services. Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, to name a few draw lots of excitements. New GfK research in the US has found that 16% of the viewing population have multiple SVOD (subscription video-on-demand) services in their homes, up from 10% three years ago. 
The same study reveals that, subscribing to Multiple Streaming Services Rises Over 50% in 3 Years, Posing New Challenges to Video Marketplace.

Implementing NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) in our ever-connected data-driven world

All the realities now converge on the fact that, implementing NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) requires a robust NFV infrastructure, and the agility provided by comprehensive NFV and multi-cloud orchestration, when it comes to deliver complete virtualized network services to customers. 
I can observe that, when used together, Cloudify with vCloud NFV can help users deploy virtual network functions (VNFs) over hybrid cloud architectures, achieving automated lifecycle management of critical network functions and services.
For those who are unfamiliar, GigaSpaces Cloudify is an open source TOSCA -based cloud orchestration software platform; while VMware vCloud NFV offers NFV services delivery, operations and management platform.

VMware + GigaSpaces to Drive Open Network Functions Virtualization Orchestration

At the heart of this collaboration, we have combination of TOSCA-Based Cloudify with VMware vCloud NFV Advances Open Standards-based Solutions for NFV. We have an open, standards-based framework for orchestration that gives users control and agility as they move to the cloud with NFV. The availability of TOSCA (Topology and Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications)-based Cloudify from GigaSpaces will support the VMware vCloud® NFV™ Platform providing choice in open NFV orchestration for Telco Cloud environments.