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Brian Bedrosian in Reuters PE HUB: “IoT is the Next Disruptive Shift in Technology Following the Internet”

Editor’s NoteBroadcom experts often weigh in on popular topics on industry sites around the Web. Below is a reprint of a story that appeared in Reuters PE HUB, in which Brian Bedrosian, senior director of Embedded Wireless at Broadcom, talks about the future of the home automation market.

From Reuters PE HUB:

The Internet of Things looms as the next most disruptive shift in technology since the creation of the Internet and smartphones, offering boundless opportunities in …

Rajiv Ramaswami in Silicon India: “NFV Can Make Networks Agile, Cost-Effective, Scalable and Secure”

Editor’s NoteBroadcom experts often weigh in on popular topics on industry sites around the Web. Below is a reprint of a story that appeared in Silicon India, in which Rajiv Ramaswami, Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Infrastructure & Networking group at Broadcom, talks about Network Function Virtualization.

From Silicon India:

As telecom providers and network operators move to a carrier cloud architecture, they are looking for cost effective solutions to virtualize workloads on industry …

Bright Future of Internet of Things on Display at “Get WICED” Press Event

With the Internet of Things being one of the hottest topics in the tech industry today, Broadcom and its partners hosted a demo and networking event in San Francisco this week to highlight its WICED™ technology, which is helping to accelerate the IoT ecosystem.

“The challenge of the Internet of Things is that it encompasses so many different applications and products,” said Brian Bedrosian, Broadcom Senior Director, Wireless Connectivity and one of the hosts of the Get WICED event. …

Connected Drones Show What’s Possible When Developers Use Broadcom’s IoT Technology

When innovators talk about the Internet of Things, the examples most commonly used are things like connected appliances that can be powered on and off remotely or wearable fitness monitors that can record things like heart rates, miles run and calories burned.

The beauty of the technology that powers the Internet of Things is that it allows entrepreneurs to let their imaginations – and innovative engineering skills – explore new product categories for connectivity. Case in point: A new series …

Bluetooth Smart’s Killer App? It Could Be Built on Broadcom’s New WICED™ Sense DevKit

Developers, take note: The Internet of Things is having a zeitgeist moment.

That means there are hundreds of thousands of inspired ideas out there for bringing Internet connectivity to everyday items – and plenty of oddball ones (smart yoga mats, anyone?).

Yet for every new idea sparked in this fast-growing ecosystem, there’s the potential for something groundbreaking to emerge.

That’s where Broadcom comes in. The company today unveiled a new development kit aimed at giving IoT-minded technologists a leg up

Got a WICED™ Idea? What Would You Build with Broadcom’s Embedded Wireless Tech?

Broadcom’s WICED™ platform has sparked the imaginations of Internet of Things developers, smart engineers who are rolling out products and applications that showcase the power – and potential – of the technology.

In recent weeks, Broadcom and its partners have made a slew of announcements for new devices that tap the out-of-the –box connectivity experience that WICED offers to developers, entrepreneurs and startups.

  • Netatmo is using WICED™ Wi-Fi to enable a collaboration with French designer Philippe Starke for a stylish,

BroadR-Reach® Ethernet: Enterprise-Level Security for Connected Cars

It’s a scene straight out of a spy or sci-fi movie: A malicious figure sits in front of a glowing computer monitor in a cave-like room, typing away. The next moment, an unsuspecting victim’s high-tech car — miles away — careens out of control. The radio blasts at full volume, the steering wheel jerks and the brakes fail. This car has been hacked, and it’s now fully under the villain’s control.

A futuristic tableau like this is terrifying, but fortunately, …

Nick Ilyadis in Network Computing: “Data Processing Requirements Represent a Massive Challenge for the Data Center Ecosystem”

Editor’s NoteBroadcom experts often weigh in on popular topics on industry sites around the Web. Below is a reprint of a story that appeared in Network Computing, in which Nick Ilyadis, Vice President and Chief Technical Officer of the Infrastructure & Networking group at Broadcom, talks about the future of data center design.

From Network Computing:

By the end of the decade, the number of connected devices is expected to reach 50 billion. These billions of …

Politeness Isn’t Only for People: Why It’s Important for Networks, Too

Wi-Fi, the connectivity technology that Broadcom champions as the workhorse of the unlicensed wireless spectrum, has crept into new corners of our lives over the years, enabling the “anytime, anywhere” connectivity experience to grow beyond the personal computer and reach our smartphones, tablets, wearables and myriad Internet-connected gadgets at home.

One of the reasons Wi-Fi has become a consumer success story is because of another unsung property: It “plays nice” when using the wireless spectrum. In other words, Wi-Fi is

Nick Ilyadis in Embedded Computing: “How Can We Effectively Manage the Oncoming Tsunami of Data?”

Editor’s NoteBroadcom experts often weigh in on popular topics on industry sites around the Web. Below is a reprint of a story that appeared in Embedded Computing, in which Nick Ilyadis, Vice President and Chief Technical Officer of the Infrastructure & Networking group at Broadcom, talks about how networking will enable the Internet of Things.

From Embedded Computing:

As smart gadgets pour into the market, growth projections are jaw-dropping. One research company is predicting as many …

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