Ubuntu Posted June 6, 2022 Share Posted June 6, 2022 Welcome to the May edition of the monthly State of IoT series. May was a month full of exciting news, from open-source GPU modules and alternatives to the Jetson to a new Matter-ready hub for smart home appliances. Before diving straight in, let’s cover noteworthy news not included in the recap below. A few tech companies announced interesting partnerships this month. Google partnered with ASUS to spread the availability of Coral, its platform for AI computing at the edge. STMicroelectronics unveiled collaboration efforts with Microsoft for a reference integration of STM32U5 microcontrollers with Azure RTOS. Telstra, Google, and Accenture developed a 5G powered augmented reality experience at Melbourne’s stadium. MediaTek announced a new platform for AIoT workloads, the Genio 1200, commercially available from H2 2022. In the public sector, the British Government made $50 million available to promote the development of self-driving buses in the U.K. Without further ado, let’s now go deeper into the most prominent news across the IoT landscape from last month. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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