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Pulse Magazine: Enabling Tomorrow’s Connected World with Atmel 

Pulse Magazine: Enabling Tomorrow’s Connected World with Atmel 

EEWeb spoke in depth with Reza Kazerounian, Atmel’s SVP and GM of Microcontroller and Wireless Solutions Business Units driving IoT solutions and strategy, about some recent projects that find the company investing heavily, like many in the industry, into the burgeoning world of the Internet of Things. Notably, Atmel was among the first companies to license the now widely used ARM® architecture for their products, starting in 1995 with the succesful AT91 family of devices. Now integrated with a full selection of Cortex processors.

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