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Even though mobile gaming represents the biggest and fastest growing gaming segment, today’s gamers are passionate about games regardless of the platform. And they’re demanding! They’re often on the move, so they want the best gaming experience no matter where they are – on the couch, at the dining table, at the park, or the beach.
As the world of IoT evolves, today’s uses cases and verticals demand that processing be done at or near the device edge. At the same time, device architects designing their next edge devices are compelled to balance a range of requirements including new form factors, various operating environments, power efficiency, and deployment budgets, all while satisfying a cost-effective bill of materials (BOM).
In some cases, this means selecting a powerful IoT processor with advanced capabilities, while in other cases, a simpler but more specialized processer fits the bill.
Whether you’re a professional or hobbyist developer, you likely have some side-projects to help you discover new technology, learn how it works, or build solutions to hopefully make life easier. With the holiday season winding down, did you notice any situations where IoT technology could help improve things around your home to enhance your holiday experience?
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