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August 2014

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We released a brand new TI Design for Bluetooth® low energy®. Learn why no one wireless connectivity standard will win in the Internet of Things in a new whitepaper. Register for our one-day workshop with Arrow and 2lemetry and get the tools you need to build a better IoT application.

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TI supports Apple’s HomeKit: The next wave of home automation
The next wave of home automation is here. The SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi CC3200 wireless MCU now supports Apple’s new HomeKit and makes integration easy for device manufactures.
Read more in our new blog post
TI Design: Indoor Light Energy Harvesting Reference Design for Bluetooth low energy Beacon Subsystem
Create a Bluetooth low energy beacon broadcaster powered with energy harvested from indoor retail lighting instead of batteries with the SimpleLink CC2541 wireless MCU. Without an on/off switch and no batteries, the solution is self-managing and low maintenance for beaconing applications.
Get started with the TI Design today
RF connectivity meets ultra-low power
New RF430F5978 MCU adds a 3D LF (134.2kHZ) wake-up trigger and transponder interface to TI’s CC430 secure ultra-low-power MCU with sub-1GHz transceiver and a programmable MSP430™ MCU core. The LF wake-up function allows a system to be in a low power state until an LF trigger is received. The LF transponder can even function without a battery supply.
Learn more here
Extend the life of your connected nodes!
MSP430FR5969 microcontrollers are the perfect pair for TI wireless solutions. These FRAM based ultra-low-power microcontrollers offer the industry’s lowest energy consumption and a host of integrated peripherals to minimize system size and cost. Whether you need to read a sensor value in low-power modes using integrated differential ADC, increase communication security using the 256-bit AES accelerator, or simply extend system battery life, these microcontrollers can help.
Evaluate them today
Add wireless to your MCU application easily with the new MSP430 FRAM LaunchPad!
Ready to create a wireless node, but not sure where to start? Try the lowest power microcontroller in the industry with the MSP430FR5969 LaunchPad (MSP-EXP430FR5969). Add wireless, such as the CC3100 SimpleLink Wi-Fi module or the CC110L Sub-1GHz radio easily with the standardized BoosterPack header.
Maximize battery life and get connected today
The Internet of Things   The Internet of Things

Get trained: The TI SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® Wireless MCU makes IoT easy from Arrow
Looking to create an IoT solution that embeds Wi-Fi? In this session, Arrow will talk about how TI is making Wi-Fi easier to develop using the industry’s first single chip programmable Wireless MCU. This technical session will cover key features of the SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® family and demonstrate software and tools required to create IoT solutions such as audio streaming, security, home and building automation applications and more.
Register today
White paper: A primer to Wi-Fi® provisioning for IoT applications Download the white paper
Are you adding Wi-Fi to your project? Do you need help choosing a provisioning method? Then read this new white paper that reviews TI Wi-Fi provisioning methods available in the market for your IoT application.
Click here to download the whitepaper
Wireless connectivity for the Internet of Things – One size does not fit all Download the white paper
With numerous standards deployed in the market, spreading over multiple frequency bands and using different communication protocols, choosing the right wireless connectivity technology for an IoT application can be challenging. Learn more about the predominant wireless connectivity technologies in the market, their key technical concepts and engineering tradeoffs.
Download the whitepaper now
The Internet of Things   Training and Events

Looking for technical training on TI MCU and Wireless Connectivity tools, software and applications?
Join TI on September 22nd and 23rd in Freising, Germany for two full days of technical overviews and hands-on labs. Network with TI’s Embedded Processing experts and learn about our latest portfolio offerings. 99€ registration fee includes training, meals, evening events and tools to take home.
Register now
Build a winning IoT application in hours
Join TI, Arrow, and 2lemetry for an Internet of Things (IoT) workshop. The one-day, hands on training will cover key IoT offerings and a full afternoon of hands-on sessions with TI’s SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® and 2lemetry’s Cloud solution. Walk away with the SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® development platform, a free developer’s account for 2lemetry’s ThingFabric platform and instruction from three leading companies.
Visit the registration site to find an upcoming training location near you.
The Internet of Things   In the news

The backbone behind the ‘connected home’ and ‘industrial Internet’
Intwine Connect develops hardware, software and services for the monitoring, management and utilization of business-critical performance data. Check out this blog post where we interviewed Intwine Connect product manager, Jim Basar, about the Intwine Connected Gateway, the market and their relationship with TI.
Read the blog here
Visit TI at these upcoming trade shows...
  Bluetooth Asia August 19-20 at Marriott City Center, Shanghai, China
  Bluetooth Europe September 16-17 at the Hilton Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  Maker Faire New York September 20-21 at New York Hall of Science
  Maker Faire Rome October 3-5 at the Parco della Musica Auditorium in Viale Pietro de Coubertin, 10 – Rome

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