Aarohi Desai

  1. Planning to Develop Wearable Applications using Qualcomm Snapdragon? Read this First!

    According to IDC, “Wearable sales are projected to experience double-digit growth in 2019, and a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.6% over the next five years.” Wearable technology  can be leveraged across different industries to offer a enhanced user experience and solution to the users.

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  2. Qualcomm QCS 605 Chipset brings Intelligence to IoT through Vision Intelligence Platform and Microsoft Azure

    Qualcomm continues to announce new product families purpose-built for IoT applications. One of the first additions to the IoT chipset family was QCS605, along with software and reference designs. The 10nm SoCs...

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  3. How Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Enables AI on Edge for Smarter IoT Devices

    The internet of things has evolved from just connecting and transferring data between devices like sensors, cameras, and thermostats to making these devices smarter with decision-making capabilities. Thanks to machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, that help these connected edge devices perform faster, in smarter ways.

    Artificial intelligence plays a signif...

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  4. Introducing Eragon 845 Hardware Development Kit Based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform

    eInfochips has launched Eragon 845 Hardware Development Kit.  This hardware development kit is based on Snapdragon 845 (SDA845) processor, in that, it packs features of Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 mobile platform to help the technology companies and application providers leverage the advanced features of this powerful platform.

    Let us first understand the capabilities and features of Q...

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  5. Comparing Latest Qualcomm Snapdragon Platforms: Snapdragon 835 vs Snapdragon 660 vs Snapdragon 625

    With the increase in the adoption of various embedded applications, smartphones, and connected devices, Qualcomm has launched multiple variants of its Snapdragon platforms such as 625, 660 and 835 to address diverse compute and performance needs across different verticals. Cost-effectiveness and high-quality features are the goals of these Qualcomm Snapdragon platforms.

    Understanding C...
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  6. Panoramic Camera | Enabling Immersive Video Capture through Eragon 820

    An image is worth a thousand words. These powerful words cannot be truer in today’s age of visual data. Research says that our brain requires less functioning in order to process any image or visual content. In addition to being easier to comprehend, the impact of an image to deliver a message is more powerful and triggers emotions to store them in the long term memory.

    Emphasis o...

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  7. How Eragon Supports the Future of In-flight Entertainment Systems

    During the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg between April 4-6, 2016, several recent innovations in in-flight entertainment were discussed – sleek UI interfaces, Android-powered systems, greater utilization of embedded, wireless and BYOD solutions along with immersive technologies and the

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  • Powering Next-generation Smart Homes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 410

    It’s beyond belief for most people that everyday domestic chores such as turning lights on/off, which require human intervention, can be completely replaced by automated systems. The idea while conceivable may give the impression that it belongs in the distant future. However, latest advances in smart home technologies and reduced cost factor of different components is drawing us...

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  • Create Immersive VR & AR Experiences with Eragon 820: Hi-Fi Audio prototyping, Hi-resolution Cameras & Sensor Core Support

    Virtual reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are more or less similar terms in terms of their end objective, albeit with a slight difference. While virtual reality only helps temporarily recreate a real world experience in which the user is free to sign in and sign out at will,  augmented reality goes a step further in extending your interaction and association with virtual objects into...

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  • Snapdragon 410: Ushering in the Next Wave of Wearable Devices

    The projected growth in the wearable devices market is 18.4 percent with 274.6 million units expected to be sold in 2016, generating potential revenues worth $28.7 billion (source: Gartner). In 2015, 39.5 million U.S. adults, 18 and over used some form of wearable devices (eMarketer). That growth will continue at a steady pace, with 81.7 ...

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