LoRaWAN End Nodes: Security and Energy Efficiency Analysis

New academic research paper from University of Sarajevo and Technical University of Ostrava. Abstract: "With the development of electronics and communication techniques, the interest in realizing sensor networks with a large number of end nodes is growing. The main idea is to install devices in remote locations without direct supervision, which requires an uninterrupted power supply and sec... » read more

A RISC-V in-network accelerator for flexible high-performance low-power packet processing

Find the technical paper link here. Abstract "The capacity of offloading data and control tasks to the network is becoming increasingly important, especially if we consider the faster growth of network speed when compared to CPU frequencies. In-network compute alleviates the host CPU load by running tasks directly in the network, enabling additional computation/communication overlap and pot... » read more