USB Type-C with Power Delivery (PD) and open source software are two technologies leading the next wave of wired connectivity. With Microchip Technology Inc.’s (Nasdaq: MCHP) new Power Delivery Software Framework (PSF), designers can now modify and own the IP in their USB-C PD systems. By merging their proprietary code with Microchip’s fully functionable PD stack, designers have the ultimate flexibility for creating differentiated product offerings while choosing from a wide variety of Microchip SmartHubs, microcontrollers (MCUs) and standalone PD solutions for their USB systems.
Blockchain concepts could be implemented into crucial systems, like power plants or other infrastructure. An example of a vulnerable system that could have benefitted from extra cybersecurity would have been the Iranian nuclear program.
The techniques used by blockchain could be used to increase cybersecurity in many important types of infrastructure like nuclear power and more. By increasing security by verifying data through multiple copies of a decentralized network we could drastically increase security threats in vulnerable systems. Blockchain is an impressive invention that will continue to change the world for the better.
If you have spent any time buying and selling stock over the last few years, then you will have at least one friend, relative or business acquaintance who won’t shut up about why it’s either exactly the right time to be getting into cryptocurrencies or spinning you a tale about why you’ve missed the boat.
The ongoing mainstreaming of crypto means that more and more people are investing in it, but if you have yet to dip your toe in, the whole world of it can seem a little intimidating. However, its growing popularity means that it’s easier than ever to get started. Here are a few tips to help you get on your way.