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Radek Tadajewski

Standardizing the Internet of Things: Why Our Money Is on Bluetooth Smart

Radek Tadajewski
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Aanouckka
Aanouckka
6/16/2016 1:12:05 PM
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Re: dead on arrival
Totally agreed, watch the last HBO Serie on Snowden, you could be fear !

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chirshadblog
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12/31/2014 10:50:02 AM
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Re: dead on arrival
@nasimson: It might take some time isn't it ? But surely it's a worthy wait 

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nasimson
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12/31/2014 10:26:56 AM
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Re: dead on arrival
@Sunita:

Generally, at first there is a rise in R&D. Then there is a rise in standardization. Then there is a rise in commercial adoption.

It seems that next area of activity will be commercial launches & adoption.

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chirshadblog
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12/31/2014 5:26:50 AM
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Re:Standardizing the Internet of Things: Why Our Money Is on Bluetooth Smart
@SunitaTO:Whats the alternative for Silicon if so ? 

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chirshadblog
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12/31/2014 5:26:02 AM
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Re: dead on arrival
@SunitaTO: The future looks brighter if things go well but we have to make sure that those standards are being put into practice

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SunitaT0
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12/31/2014 4:27:45 AM
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Re:Standardizing the Internet of Things: Why Our Money Is on Bluetooth Smart
I wish standardization became localized, i.e. standards would be set according to the available goods criteria. That is, a particular standard would fall under the boundaries of say China and Japan because in these places there is a common supply chain element (that can also be a network) that can be manipulated to give the best results. However this would have meant that the production would also be localized, and there would be lesser and lesser silicon equipment coming from the west to these centres, so the consortiums would have to take into account these as well.

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SunitaT0
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12/31/2014 4:26:21 AM
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@nasimson: And it is bound to get crowded. Basically standards are made for focussing cost of development. If there were no standards then companies would have to have design changes for the device/technology, which would have increased the cost margins. Also, standards are made to give support to those companies that have already invested a lot in a particular type of a technology that uses the particular standard.

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nasimson
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12/27/2014 1:50:16 AM
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Re: dead on arrival
> So it seems like there will be two consortiums when it comes to IoT devices.

I think it wont stop at two. I recall hearing at least two more standardization bodies. So this space is getting pretty crowded, pretty quickly.

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fasmicro
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12/6/2014 3:03:36 PM
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Re: dead on arrival
>> I Trust and agree on TCP/IP for web connectvitiy more than half of the world is connected via this protocol.I believe more than connecting what will matter here is connecting securely.

I see security as a continuum. For the fact that Pentagon can be hacked, there is serious problem. Why? Even if the consumer market gets to the level of the security in Pentagon in 5 years, it shows we are not safe!

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fasmicro
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12/2/2014 4:45:08 PM
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>>  However, due to the physical design of dies, Bluetooth is more efficient in terms of power consumption.

 I will like to know how the physical design of die was the main contributor in the power efficiency. I always look at power efficiency in digital chips from 0.5CV2f which captures the capacitance, voltage and frequency. How does die placement influence those? It can influence the cap but I am not sure that is the main driving factor there

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