From Markus Levy

EEMBC BenchPress
May 2016



  • EEMBC @ Internet of Things World
  • EEMBC @ IoT DevCon
  • EEMBC @ Wearables TechCon

EEMBC @ Internet of Things World

From May 10-12, Informa will host the Internet of Things World at the Santa Clara Convention Center. This conference and tradeshow will focus on monetizing the IoT revolution through bringing together ecosystem wide attendees, stakeholders and investors.

On May 11th at 4:50PM, Mike Borza (Security CTO at Synopsys and chairman of EEMBC’s IoT Security working group) will present on a panel to discuss “Providing Security in the Home”. Use I8U3ASPK30 for 30% off all conference passes at

EEMBC @ IoT DevCon

The IoT DevCon - May 25-26 at the Santa Clara Hyatt Regency. With a focus on the practical implementation of IoT devices, IoT DevCon is designed for product developers and managers. Presentations will represent perspectives on how the IoT will affect business and product development. Use the code SB167 for a 50% discount on a 2-day conference pass.

EEMBC presence at IoT DevCon:

  1. Panel: Sorting Through the Myriad of IoT Connectivity Options, moderated by EEMBC president, Markus Levy.
  2. Performance and Energy Costs Associated with IoT Connectivity, co-presented by Markus Levy and Brent Wilson (Director of Applications Engineering, Silicon Labs and co-chair of EEMBC’s IoT-Connect working group), will discuss the energy requirements to connect an IoT device to the Internet.
  3. Guidelines and Performance Impact Associated with Implementing Security in IoT, co-presented by Mike Borza (Security CTO, Synopsys) and Markus Levy.
  4. The Necessity and Challenges of IoT Gateway Performance Analysis, presented by Rory Rudolph (Senior Systems Engineer, Dell)
  5. EEMBC will be exhibiting at IoT DevCon, demonstrating its novel approach to measuring energy consumption for IoT devices.

EEMBC @ Wearables TechCon

EEMBC will be exhibiting at Wearables TechCon, July 18-20, San Jose Convention Center. Classes and tutorials in the TechCon tracks will focus on embedded computing, hardware design, sensors, and physical technology, while tracks in the DevCon portion will focus on programming apps and mastering the SDKs of the next wave of computing devices. Use code WEARIT for a $100 conference discount off the 3-day pass.

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