Following a few years of anticipation, WiFi 6 is making its way to homes and other connected places. The industry views WiFi 6 as a transformative technology that will be one of the leading trends of the 21st century and will drastically change the consumer experience. Market adoption began in earnest in 2020, and analysts and industry experts expect to see a brisk pace of growth.
Indeed, WiFi 6 brings many exciting improvements to a technology that's now two decades old. Its new features and capabilities are designed to provide advancements such as higher throughput and improved transmission efficiency and capacity. These will be welcome enhancements in connected environments—including the smart home, where the home network is growing more congested.
Many of the new WiFi 6 capabilities, however, come with drawbacks and limitations. For the technology to achieve its promised potential, Communications Services Providers (CSPs) will need to intelligently manage the home network. Despite all its breakthroughs, WiFi 6 requires more, not less, optimization than previous WiFi generations— and its performance will depend largely on the system controlling it.View Whitepaper
Why zonal architecture and service-oriented gateways are the next big things in IVN
Automotive architecture is evolving quickly, driving a high number of high-speed network interfaces, processing demands, and increased security needs. Next-generation architecture will offer secure, edge-to-cloud compute solutions enabling new cloud-powered services that will benefit the entire automotive industry.
OEMs are looking for solutions to evolve the E/E architecture and meet future requirements for connected electric self-driving vehicles. This e ...
Digital learning platforms, complex data analyses: The demands on IT in both education and research and development are constantly growing. Today, highly available IT resources are decisive for the success of teaching and science. Read the whitepaper to find out how cloud services shorten the "time to research" and create advantages in international competition. ...
The edge is where most image processing occurs. However, industrial image processing systems need to provide information and data back to the MRP/ERP system. This session discusses how to integrate the edge MPSoC solution with Avnet cloud-based solutions to securely communicate with the MRP/ERP systems.
You will learn:
How do we interconnect the Industrial Imaging system with the world
Working with commonly used cloud solutions
The users have spoken (more than 5,000 of them!) and they have ranked SAP Concur as the leading invoice management solution.
Download the G2 Grid Report for Invoice Management (Spring 2021) and see how SAP Concur solutions stack up to the competition.
This webinar explores development of image processing software applications. It reviews the Xil inx PYNQ framework for rapid prototyping. It also examines the Xilinx Vitis development environment and its libraries, which enable acceleration of image processing functions from the software seamlessly into hardware, thus increasing performance.
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Working with high level frameworks
What is Vitis Acceleration Flow
How can we leverage the Vitis Vision libraries and Vitis AI
Following a few years of anticipation, WiFi 6 is making its way to homes and other connected...