As the internet of things becomes increasingly ubiquitous, organizations across industries are leveraging IoT solutions and cloud connectivity to realize the substantial value such solutions deliver to move businesses forward.
With connected devices and the IoT becoming increasingly ubiquitous, connected device design and engineering is more important than ever — especially with the number of IoT devices set to increase exponentially in the near future. In this post, our experts detail power usage, security and software considerations involved in the IoT-connected device design and engineering process.
What is Bluetooth Low Energy and What are the Advantages? The Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE or BLE) communication protocol was introduced in the 2010s as a lower power consumption alternative to the original Bluetooth Basic Rate/Enhanced Data Rate (BR/EDR) protocol (also called classic Bluetooth).
LAFAYETTE, Colo. — Cardinal Peak, a leading provider of product engineering services, and Syntiant Corp., a deep learning chip technology company advancing AI pervasiveness in edge devices, today announced a design collaboration focused on providing customers with a turnkey solution to build innovative end-to-end audio and voice-enabled products.
LAFAYETTE, Colo. — Cardinal Peak announces that it has achieved Select Consulting Partner status in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN). APN Consulting Partners are professional services firms that help clients of all sizes design, build, and produce products and applications on AWS.
LAFAYETTE, Colo. — Cardinal Peak, a full-service engineering firm specializing in hardware, embedded software, cloud and mobile product development, has donated engineering services to Columbia University to support the school’s effort to develop CovidWatcher, a research tool for collecting and distributing COVID-19 outbreak data.
LAFAYETTE, Colo. — Cardinal Peak, a full-service engineering firm specializing in hardware, embedded software, cloud and mobile product development, today announced the company has been named an Alliances Design Partner by Analog Devices, Inc., a leading global high-performance analog technology company.
LAFAYETTE, Colo. — Cardinal Peak, a full-service engineering firm specializing in hardware, embedded software, cloud and mobile product development, today announced John M. Nichols has been hired as solutions director and will be leading Cardinal Peak’s medical industry initiative.
Last month, more than 35 former Plexus Boulder Design Center employees convened at Cardinal Peak’s Lafayette headquarters to participate in a networking event aimed at both filling open positions and inspiring hope among a group of recently laid-off tech employees.
Earlier this year, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) announced the recipients of the 71st Annual Technology & Engineering Emmy® Awards, with Cardinal Peak consultant Kevin Gross earning recognition for his efforts that ultimately produced the AES67 standard in 2013.
LAFAYETTE, Colo. — Cardinal Peak announced it is now approved as an Alexa Voice Service Solution Provider. Cardinal’s experience helping one of our clients launch a product using the Alexa Mobile Accessory Kit allowed us to work closely with the team at Amazon and more intimately understand the benefits of building Alexa into devices.
We recently completed a really cool project with our friends at iZotope. For those who have never picked up a guitar and dreamed of being the next Tom Petty, iZotope designs award-winning audio products and technologies for musicians, music producers and audio post engineers around the world. In a nutshell, they develop the software that… View Article