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Want to explore more in AI field application with NXP's i.MX RT application processor? Join this NXP X Arm joint webinar to find more and help you develop your own ideas!   Notice: This webinar is in Mandarin   Machine learning (ML) technology is being increasingly adopted across the embedded sector in applications ranging from consumer to industrial IoT. All because of its unique potential for innovation. With the combination of popular neural network frameworks such as Caffe and Te ...
The cost and complexity to develop, deploy and manage secure cloud-connected nodes have continued to gate mass market from realizing the true potential of IoT applications. NXP Semiconductors has now introduced the LPC54018 MCU based IoT module featuring an onboard Wi-Fi module, and supporting Amazon FreeRTOS, reducing the complexities of IoT node-to-cloud designs as well as enabling developers to create seamless, secure, and cost-effective IoT solutions connected to the AWS cloud.   Amaz ...
Although hundreds of participants have registered and checked out NXP's latest webinar —— 'Get to market fast with NXP LPC800 MCUs - A low-cost, entry-level, 8-bit alternative for your next design!', still many regrets and complains about not being part of the webinar series, or haven't checked the whole picture of the 4-phase training that took place throughout June.   Now you don't have to worry because the recordings of the whole webinar series are available on NXP.com. Ple ...
If you are searching for a high-performance, power efficient, yet cost sensitive MCU for your designs, then here is the exciting news: NXP recently introduced the LPC51U68 MCU.   Power efficient solution for future IoT designs   Based on the Arm® Cortex®-M0+ core, the LPC51U68 MCU pushes the performance of the core to 100MHz, which is more than two times faster than current Cortex-M0+-based products. The LPC51U68 MCU also provides expanded memory resources of up to 96KB o ...
Near Field Communications (NFC), even though used in dozens of applications from contactless payment to healthcare, and billions of NFC ICs, readers, and tags are in use globally, studies continue to show that many, even very inexpensive, products that could benefit from it have yet to do so.   The use of NFC in inexpensive products, of which there are thousands, recently got more appealing thanks to a microcontroller within NXP’s LPC800 series introduced last October targeted spec ...

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