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October 20, 2020
Category: AI, Edge Computing

The momentum behind ultra-high definition (UHD) or 4K displays is one of the more interesting growth areas in all of electronics. Market forecasters estimate it to be worth about $48 billion in 2019 and growing at a CAGR of 23% from 2020-2025. The potential for significantly enhanced viewing and gaming experiences has consumers excited about video quality that is four times as good as previous generation displays (UHD has roughly four times...

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October 1, 2020

An interesting but typically lesser known part of the Synaptics business is in the technology that enables products which connect PCs and various peripherals – monitors, keyboards, headsets, cameras, printers, etc. The latest docking stations, hubs, dongles, converters and adaptors don’t usually get the same headlines as the devices that they link, but they’ve taken on new prominence in this era of work and school from home. Consumers are...

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August 31, 2020
Category: AI, IoT

Synaptics has always been a pioneer in the area of human machine interface (HMI), starting with the original PC TouchPad. How we interact with our devices and other electronic systems has evolved quite a bit since then, and now consumers are quite comfortable with using integrated audio, vision, and video capabilities, such as voice and gestures, to control and engage with all sorts of products.

This is especially true in the market...

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August 21, 2020
Category: IoT, AI, Edge Computing

While the number and variety of devices we use at home, work and play continue to grow, we are also seeing an on-going evolution in how how we interact with them to derive more value, entertainment or convenience. Consumers are no longer content to have to turn a knob, push a button or flick a switch to engage with their televisions, appliances or home security gear. More and more we want them to recognize our voices and gestures, our faces...

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August 3, 2020

There are several key forces driving the evolution of transportation, including the vehicles we drive (or, soon enough depending who you ask, not drive) every day. The connected car, enabled by 5G and IoT, promises to deliver new types of data and information to improve safety, comfort, entertainment, and yes, autonomy in the...

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