RFID News Roundup

By Rich Handley

NXP offers edge-connected platforms for IoT product development; Bosch Sensortec launches longevity program for IoT applications; IoT company Altair Semiconductor renamed Sony Semiconductor Israel; UWB RTLS provider Sewio opens U.S. office; Avnet intros single-board computer to foster IoT project development; Fact.MR predicts dual-interface smart-card market growth.

Presented here are news announcements made during the past week regarding the following organizations: NXP Semiconductors, Bosch Sensortec, Altair Semiconductor, Sewio, Avnet, and Fact.MR.   NXP Offers Edge-Connected Platforms for IoT Product Development NXP Semiconductors has announced that its Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combos and i.MX RT MCU crossover processors are now supported within its MCUXpresso software, which is designed to simplify prod...

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