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Texas Instruments (TI) is the only semiconductor company with all the building blocks to enable Internet of Things (IoT). Two critical components of an IoT system are the microcontroller (MCU) and the wireless transceiver. TI's MSP432™ MCU, the industry's lowest power ARM® Cortex®-M4F, and SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3100, Wi-Fi Internet-On-a-Chip™ solution, enable low-power IoT applications. In this session, attendees will be introduced to the MSP432 MCU and ecosystem, CC3100 wireless network processor,  and Cloud partners (Temboo, Exosite). This webinar will conclude with a live demo of an end-to-end IoT application, featuring the MSP432 LaunchPad combined with the CC3100 Wi-Fi BoosterPack. The MSP432-enabled system will interact with a cloud-hosted application through MQTT, a light-weight internet of things publish/subscribe communication protocol that enables machine-to-machine & machine-to-cloud interaction.
Presenters: Dung Dang & Adrian Fernandez
Dung Dang is an application engineer for the MSP microcontroller (MCU) product line at Texas Instruments, currently leading the MSP432 application efforts. Bringing in ultra-low-power (ULP) architecture & application design expertise, since 2007 he has helped develop several successful MSP products and platforms, starting with silicon definition to differentiating applications, tools, software and wireless solutions, enabling key engagements and countless customers. Dung currently plays a strategic role in shaping the foundation of the MSP432 MCU platform, defining silicon and solutions to further push boundaries of low-power and performance. He architected the MSP432 ecosystem, extending the world-class ULP & ease-of-use experience on 16-bit MSP430 to the 32-bit Cortex-M extension of the MSP ULP portfolio. Dung helped found & foster the LaunchPad ecosystem and enjoys engaging with the MSP online community in his spare time. Dung Dang holds an MSEE degree from St. Mary's University.
Adrian Fernandez is the manager of the Microcontroller Customer Experience team at Texas Instruments and holds a B.S.E.E from the University of Texas at Austin. In his role, he is responsible for defining the microcontroller development ecosystem and augmenting the ways developers interact and develop with TI microcontrollers. In recent years, Adrian has focused on the LaunchPad Evaluation Development Platform to create a low-cost, easy-to-use and friendly tool for enabling people of all experience levels to start making stuff with microcontrollers. Through developing the LaunchPad ecosystem, Adrian has had the pleasure of working and interacting with the online & maker community. Adrian lives in Dallas, TX with his better-half Ellen and pug Ollie.
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