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The only thing better than having multiple IoT ecosystems on a single chip is having them all on a single development board for testing.
Developers who use tools from Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI) include our customers and OEMS as well as “makers”, students and hobbyists. And even teams within QTI! To showcase these talents, Qualcomm Developer Network (QDN) launched our Project Page about two years ago, and we’re proud to announce that we’ve recently posted our 100th project! While we love all of the projects, we’re acknowledging this milestone by highlighting the top five projects which have exhibited exceptionally noteworthy features. So, have a read through, and when you’re done, be sure to vote for your favorite!
Half the fun of being a developer is building things just because you can.
Take us, for example.
We have a lab filled with development kits, boards and devices that we can combine for testing and demonstrations. So, when the Developer Relations team asked us to put together a demo that would use LTE, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth low energy (BLE), they didn’t need to ask us twice.
To deliver greater value to our community, Qualcomm Developer Network collaborates with a wide ecosystem of companies who are creatively using our technologies in new and exciting ways. Lenovo is a global technology leader that we are excited to be collaborating with because they bring innovative products to consumers including smartphones, tablets, and VR headsets. In this blog, we delve into some of the learnings that Lenovo encountered when developing platforms for the education and healthcare sectors using the Mirage Solo VR headset powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 mobile platform.
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