TI CC3200 LaunchpadWith the rapid growth of the IoT revolution, devices will become increasingly connected to each other, leading to more transmission of data. Each time data is transmitted from one device to another, the use of power increases, thus making the need for low-power components a necessity. From home monitoring systems to environmental sensor applications, devices need to continuously monitor and manage while also alert and communicate. The challenge today lies in creating products that are not only low power, but also provides robust security protocols and is easy to implement. That is where the SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi CC3200 wireless MCU fits in. The CC3200 solution integrates a high-performance ARM Cortex-M4 MCU, allowing you to develop an entire application with a single IC.  With on-chip Wi-Fi, Internet, and robust security protocols, no prior Wi-Fi experience is required with the CC3200 product for faster development. Join this IoT webinar to learn how TI can help you create reliable low-power networks that can securely streamline communication and data management, while utilizing low power modes.
Presenter: Yariv Raveh
Yariv Raveh is the general manager of R&D for Embedded Connectivity Solutions within the Wireless Connectivity Solutions business of Texas Instruments (TI). In this role, Yariv is responsible for TI’s IP creation for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies. Additionally, the R&D center he runs, responsible for end-to-end connectivity product development for the IOT market including product definition, system architecture, silicon design, firmware, software and system test. Prior to this role, Yariv held several positions within TI’s Wireless Connectivity Solutions team as the Wi-Fi R&D manager, system and architecture group manager, and SoC group manager.
Yariv holds an Executive MBA from Tel Aviv University and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Technion-Machon Technologi Le’Israel.
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