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Developer of the Month: Sivakumar Panneerselvam

Qualcomm Developer Network July Developer of the Month is Sivakumar Panneerselvam from Qubercomm with offices in Pleasonton CA, and Chennai, India. Siva is the Chief Architect at Qubercomm, and is...
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AWS (Lambda + Greengrass) + Dragonboard™ 410c = Edge Computing for IoT

If you detected a great opportunity and started writing apps with AWS Lambda, pat yourself on the back. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation surveyed its members and found that 41 percent use...
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Microsoft Azure Now Pre-Integrated with Qualcomm LTE IoT SDK

There’s some great news for IoT manufacturers and developers considering building cellular-enabled IoT devices. Microsoft Azure is now pre-integrated with the Qualcomm® LTE IoT Software Development...
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Telematics SDK Makes Connected Car Development Easier

Co-written by Abhishek Adappa and Sunvir Gujral If you’re writing connected-car applications around services like telephony, location, and Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X), you’re in the right...
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Creating Smart Interactive Video Experiences for Industrial IoT

LTE networks contributed to a rise in mobile video usage with more fluid video experiences and new ways to interact with and consume video. Now, video is finding its way into Industrial IoT (IIoT),...
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Balancing Performance and Power Consumption with big.LITTLE

Mobile application development requires a careful balance of power consumption and CPU performance while operating within specific thermal constraints. In our previous blog on big.LITTLE, we talked...
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Setting Up Your Machine Learning Projects for Success

I’ll never forget the acronym GIGO, which stands for Garbage In, Garbage out. I got the answer wrong in one of my early college courses, and to this day it remains embedded in my mind! It was a term...
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Using WebRTC as a New Development Tool

WebRTC is an open standard originally developed to allow browser-based, peer-to-peer audio and video chats over the Internet in real-time, without the need for browser plugins. One well-known example...
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Using High Performance Vision Processing for IoT

A myriad of mobile devices today feature built-in cameras that, when paired with onboard processors, provide intelligent image capture and vision processing capabilities. These capabilities are being...
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Qualcomm® Home Hub platforms for Android Things – Developer kits and SoMs coming soon

One of the shortest paths to IoT development is through Android Things, where you can leverage the power of the Android development and partner ecosystems. And soon you can use Android Things to...
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