I was recently asked by John Blyler in Chip Design Magazine to weigh in about what trends will arise in the hardware and software IP communities as a result of the Internet-of-Things and the IP diversity it will create. The growth of IoT will not only open new markets such as wearable technologies and home automation but will also cause disruption in existing segments due to software based services being delivered through connected devices.
The trends in hardware and software IP are accelerating the rate of innovation for customer facing products, which in turn will have a direct impact throughout the supply chain. The connected aspect of these technologies allows vendors to continually update the offerings and therefore evolve the customer experience throughout the life of the physical technology.
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