IOT world : ISF smart cities:Global community converge for smart cities initia...
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Global Community Converges to Invest in Indian Smart Cties, The Driver of Global Urbanization - CII Smart City Investors Meet
Capital Market | May 20, 2016 02:41 PM IST

Investors across different continents across the world are looking forward and readying to participate in the urban market of India that is set to unleash a new growth driver in the economy.
CII had brought together a diverse group of stakeholders of the urban landscape at the CII Smart City Investors' Meet. While the meet saw a huge response from foreign diplomats, it resonated equally among industry players who are looking at these smart cities as new investment opportunities.

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Market Reports : ISF MR : Global IoT Chip Market Worth USD 9.32 Billion by
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Global IoT Chip Market Worth USD 9.32 Billion by 2022 - Heavy Investments in R&D from APAC - Research and Markets
May 09, 2016 02:41 PM Eastern Daylight Time

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global IoT Chip market - By Application, Regions and Players - Market Size, Demand Forecasts, Industry Trends and Updates (2015-2022)" report to their offering.

“Global IoT Chip market - By Application, Regions and Players - Market Size, Demand Forecasts, Industry Trends and Updates (2015-2022)”


The global IoT chip market was USD 4.71 billion in 2015 and is estimated to reach U...
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ISF News : Beyond the RTOS: A Better Way to Design Real-Time Embedded Soft
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[FONT=Arial]An RTOS (Real-Time Operating System) is the most universally accepted way of designing and implementing embedded software. It is the most sought after component of any system that outgrows the venerable "superloop". But it is also the design strategy that implies a certain programming paradigm, which leads to particularly brittle designs that often work only by chance. I'm talking about sequential programming based on blocking.

Blocking occurs any time you wait explicitly in-line for something to happen. All RTOSes provide an assortment of blocking mechanisms, such as time-delays, semaphores, event-flags, mailboxes, message queues, and so on. Every RTOS th...
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