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Why IoT Security Will Cost You More

Why IoT Security Will Cost You More

IoT security is an increasingly urgent issue, but is still in the early stages of resolution. We take a look at the “Cost to Care” ratio, and why it is set to dictate our responses to this trend for some time to come…   The Internet of Things has been a discussion point for years, […]
Smart Home Summit – was it worth going?

Smart Home Summit – was it worth going?

The move of the Smart Home Summit to Olympia in 2016 from a hotel in 2015 is a sure indication that business opportunities are growing in the smart cities, smart home and industrial internet sectors. The Smart Home Summit took place last week in London – a two-day conference and an exhibition that hosted the […]
ByteSnap protects with smart home security

ByteSnap protects with smart home security

ByteSnap has provided both electronics design and software expertise for award winning smart home security device Cocoon. Cocoon is a technology company transforming the home security market by designing beautiful products that help people feel safe. It won silver at the 2014 London Design awards and recently secured a £2 million investment from Aviva Ventures […]
Electronics Design 2016 – Our Top 10 Industry Trends

Electronics Design 2016 – Our Top 10 Industry Trends

  What ByteSnap thinks is in store for the electronics design industry this year… 2015 was a year of colossal expansion across the technology spectrum – notably in the smart home, wearables and automotive sectors.  But what can we expect for 2016?  Here are our top ten predictions for the electronics design industry next twelve […]
Intel : 47 Years of Pioneering Processor Progress

Intel : 47 Years of Pioneering Processor Progress

PC Revolution Architects It’s 47 years since the launch of silicon chip giant Intel – sparking the 1970s personal computer revolution with the world’s first microprocessor. Left to right – Andy Grove, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, 1978   Image credit: Intel Free Press The semiconductor pioneer has dominated first the RAM, and then the CPU […]
Electronics news round-up April 2015

Electronics news round-up April 2015

Another busy month for us and the world of electronics. Here are some of the news items that caught our attention: 1. Better battery imaging paves way for renewable energy future In a move that could improve the energy storage of everything from portable electronics to electric microgrids, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Brookhaven National Laboratory researchers have […]
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IoT Security and the Cost-to-Care Ratio

IoT Security and the Cost-to-Care Ratio

Here, we take a closer look at IoT security in terms of the “Care-to-Cost” ratio – e.g. are manufacturers and product developers prepared to pay more (at least 25% more) to increase security in their offerings and are consumers willing to shell out for enhanced security? The further we travel into IoT territory, the more the potential for […]
Electronics news round-up March 2015

Electronics news round-up March 2015

March 2015 was an exciting month in terms of happenings in the electronics sector, so we thought we’d do a quick round-up for you: 1. Europe’s electronics industry still strong Europe’s electronics industry is in recovery right now, says economist Nenad Pacek, founder and president of Global Success Advisors and co-founder of the CEEMEA business group said: […]
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