NXP Premieres EdgeVerse Platform Brand to Support its Edge Compute Portfolio

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According to a recent press release, “At NXP Connects exhibition and user conference this week, NXP Semiconductors N.V. will launch its EdgeVerse platform brand that elevates and reflects the company’s rapidly expanding portfolio of scalable and secure edge computing solutions. EdgeVerse platform captures one of the world’s most comprehensive edge computing portfolios under a common brand platform. Edge computing is a distributed computing paradigm that processes data close to where it is generated. With the growing number of Internet-of-Things (IoT), connected automotive and industrial applications; latency, privacy and bandwidth become critical limiting factors and edge computing solves this by bringing the intelligence closer to the data source. The industry shift toward edge computing is taking ever-increasing importance with the enablement of real-time decision-making with on-device Artificial Intelligence (AI).”

The release goes on, “EdgeVerse: (1) Brings together the building blocks for high-performance and energy-efficient computing through industry’s broadest portfolio of scalable embedded processing that can power numerous edge applications in industrial, IoT and automotive markets. (2) Comprised of our complete portfolio of industrial, IoT, and automotive embedded processors, world-class security, enhanced short-range connectivity solutions, turnkey production-ready solutions, signature software solutions for Machine Learning (ML), audio/video experience, and device management software platforms. (3) Includes the embedded processing portfolio of NXP i.MX and Layerscape applications processors, K32, LPC and Kinetis microcontrollers, i.MX RT crossover processors, and automotive microcontrollers and processors.”

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