In 2015, the term 'Internet of Things' became a pop-culture term, allowing consumers to imagine a world where with interconnected electronic devices.
Need to get to work? No problem. Your autonomous car can pick you up at 7:30am every weekday so you can get to work by 8am.
Not sure how the new puppy is doing? Now you can check-in on them and see how they're doing.
Guest blogger Andrew Sweeney from Pennywell Solid Services shows what an interconnected kitchen looks like.
These consumer devices rely on powerful algorithms that are powered using high-power FPGA. Pathbreakers in the industry are using Altera and Xilinx FPGA to power their innovations.
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