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The Chemistry of Energy Storage Systems Liam Critchley
Energy storage devices are serving an increasingly wide range of applications. Their recent performance improvements are driving this growth in popularity. The basic function and any performance enhancements are due to chemistry, especially electrochemistry. In this blog, we will detail why.

Configuration Management: Creating Baseline Configurations for Your Devices Reduces Security Gaps Jeff Fellinge
Lower the operational costs and improve the security of your systems and devices through configuration baselines that define exactly how these devices and technologies that you rely on every day should be correctly set up.

Security Fundamentals Begin with Patching: The Importance of Vulnerability Management in Preventing Attacks Jeff Fellinge
Drive down risk to your devices, systems, and networks by ensuring you have in place a robust vulnerability management process that combines policy and practice to reliably keep your systems running up-to-date software and all recommended security updates.

Move Over LEDs, Electric Motors Will Save the Planet Steven Keeping
LEDs save energy, but efficient electric motors can save much more. Now a new generation of GaN transistors promises new power-supply breakthroughs to help the units become even greener.

Edge Computing and the Internet of Things Mike Parks
Edge computing enables IoT systems to not only reduce the amount of data they need to process but also be more judicious in what data is transmitted to the network.

RESTful APIs and Moving Data Across the Internet of Things Mike Parks
RESTful APIs are rapidly becoming a preferred method for IoT devices to communicate given that they are highly flexible, scalable, portable, capable of handling multiple data interchange formats, arguably easier to develop with, and offer better performance than some alternatives.

Wi-Fi Mesh and the Internet of Things Mike Parks
Using Wi-Fi mesh networking to support seamless, decentralized communication in IoT and IIoT could remove many of the roadblocks to achieving Industry 4.0.

Quantum Computing, What Is It And Why Should We Care? Sylvie Barak
In this Q&A with bestselling author of Quantum Computing for Babies, William Hurley (Whurley), a visionary in the field who is on a mission to connect quantum hardware to the organizations who can use them, we discuss the basics of quantum computing and how engineers can get involved today.

Meet SOIC & SOT, Your Children’s New Best Friends Erik Smith
SOIC & SOT – the Microchips by author/engineer Jeffery C. Dunnihoo and illustrator Simona M. Ceccarelli, anthropomorphizes its electronic component heroes, taking young readers on a journey from warehouse to board and showing how components communicate to bring devices to life.

Identify Anomalous Device Behavior Through Logging and Alerting Jeff Fellinge
Logging and alerting are fundamental tools for detecting not only errors and creating maintenance tickets but also helping defenders detect attackers by piecing together individual events into a bigger picture.

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