Continue Reading Previous Renesas: Synergy platform adds low power S5D3 MCU group with advanced securityNext Garz & Fricke extends portfolio by ultra-low-power NALLINO SBC and a new industrial display STMicroelectronics’ STSAFE-A100 Evaluation Pack extends the richly supportive STM32 Nucleo ecosystem to accelerate secure-element integration, leveraging reusable source code that simplifies the creation of secure IoT devices, high-value consumables such as medical probes, IT accessories, and consumer products.The pack comprises the X-NUCLEO-STSA100 expansion board, which contains the STSAFE-A100 Secure Element, and the STSW-STSA100 software pack. The software includes device drivers, STM32 microcontroller source code, and STSAFE-A100 source code for use cases including brand and ecosystem protection, device enrolment, and secure Cloud connection.The STSAFE-A100 is a convenient 8-pin device that provides robust, immutable, hardware-based authentication and secure data-management services to a host system. Highly resistant to cyber-attacks, it features a secure OS running on a state-of-the-art, CC EAL5+ -certified secure microcontroller, advanced symmetric and asymmetric cryptography, crypto key management, and built-in protection against physical and side-channel attacks.Using the STSAFE-A100 Evaluation Pack in conjunction with any compatible STM32 Nucleo development boards, device designers can combine the STSAFE-A100 secure element with an unrestricted variety of STM32 microcontrollers, sensors and actuators to protect products ranging from simple IoT endpoints to industrial networking and control equipment, computer peripherals, wearables, gaming equipment, and mobile accessories.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components, Tools & Software
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 23 Oct 2014 – A five million dollar home is added to the inventory of vacation residences in Providenciales; Magnetic Media recently toured and filmed at the RA Shaw designed and constructed spread located off Cherokee Road. Situated on four acres, it boasts infinity pools, can accommodate a party of 22 and wonderfully intertwines the indoor and outdoors. Ron Shaw, designer of the house and owner of the company explained that his local team and use of only local craftsman makes this design and build quite special. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:cherokee road, ron shaw, samara villa
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNassau, Bahamas, November 9, 2016 – A Presidential Panel is convened at the soon to officially be ‘University of The Bahamas’ TONIGHT. Speaking was Chancellor of University of the West Indies, Sir George Alleyne, and he says that 20 % of the Bahamian population is educated at the tertiary level according to his findings; Sir George explained to a robust audience that establishing a university could and should mean more people educated at a higher level. This means better paying jobs but more significantly more qualified people for a more sound society.Sir George says there must not be an underestimated importance of the Humanities and said this feature deals with identity and an inculcation of culture. Graduates of the University he says, will be a part of the valuable Caribbean pool of talent. Sir Alleyne threw the support and well wishes behind UB. The event, staged at the Performing Arts Center, falls on the eve of Charter Day and the Presidential Inauguration which is set for the National Stadium.#magneticmedianews #UB4me #UBproud
News The ‘KOD’ rapper has announced that he will be spearheading his label Dreamville Record’s first official music festival this fallBrian HaackGRAMMYs Apr 27, 2018 – 2:21 pm It’s been a big week for J. Cole.Fresh off of dropping his fifth album KOD, and likely earning his fifth No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 along the way, then premiering a new music video starring GRAMMY-nominated comedian Kevin Hart, Cole has shown no signs of slowing down.His next big move? Launching a brand-new music festival in his home state of North Carolina. Details are currently sparse on Cole’s new Dreamville Music Festival, beyond a colorful website and a sign-up link to gain access to early-bird presale tickets. However, given that Dreamville Fest will be Cole’s label Dreamville Records’ first foray into the world of large-scale music festivals, it is highly likely that the event will see an exciting billing of rising talent co-signed by Cole himself, along with some special guests.”We’ve been trying to put this festival together for a few years now,” explained Dreamville Records manager/president Ibrahim ‘Ib’ Hamad to the Associated Press. “It’s going to be a variety of different acts that we love or excite us … [and] something we want to build for years and years to come.”Dreamville Music Festival will take place in Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh, N.C. on Sept. 15. Presale tickets for those who previous signed up via the festival’s official website went on sale on Apr. 27, and tickets for the general public are set to go on sale on Monday, Apr. 30.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read more https://www.instagram.com/p/BiFHAHQH1UX/?taken-by=dreamvillefest Twitter Email J. Cole Announces Dreamville Music Festival In North Carolina J. Cole Announces Dreamville Music Festival j-cole-announces-dreamville-music-festival-north-carolina Facebook
The United States will send 12 teams of observers and fund thousands of domestic observers to monitor an election in Bangladesh it hopes will be free and fair, a senior official at the US embassy in Dhaka said.Amid opposition concerns about rigging in the 30 December general elections, there has been speculation about US plans for it, especially after the European Union this week said it would not send observers, nor comment on the vote or result.Prime minister Sheikh Hasina is seeking a third straight term.Her old rival, Khaleda Zia, who leads the main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party, is in jail after being convicted on charges she says were politically motivated. Scores of BNP workers have also been detained.The BNP boycotted the last election, in 2014, as unfair, but has said it will take part this time, though it is seeking international monitors of polls it says it believes will be flawed.The United States is sending a dozen teams, each of about two observers, who will fan out to most parts of the country, William Moeller, political officer at the US embassy in Dhaka, told Reuters.“The Bangladesh government has emphasized that it plans to hold a free and fair election,” Moeller said this week.“We welcome that and are providing funding for election observers who hope to see such an outcome.”Moeller referred to reports of harassment and intimidation before recent city corporation elections, which he said may have suppressed voter turnout.“We raised these concerns at the time, so we are hoping we won’t see the same issues in the national elections.”The US National Democratic Institute said after an assessment in October the polls would be held “amid a high degree of political polarization, heightened tensions and shrinking political space”.The Bangkok-based Asian Network for Free Elections will send a team of about 30 short- and long-term observers, Moeller said.About 15,000 Bangladeshi observers will be funded jointly by the US Agency for International Development, Britain’s Department for International Development and the Swiss government, he said.The domestic observers would spread out but might not be able to reach every polling station, he said.PLAYING DOWN WORRIESHasina and Khaleda have alternated in power over the last 28 years. Elections in Bangladesh are often violent and marred by ballot-stuffing and voter intimidation.Hasina’s Awami League has held power since 2009 and dispensed from 2014 with a practice of letting a neutral caretaker government oversee elections, to the anger of the BNP.The government has brushed off opposition fears of rigging.“I don’t see any possibility this time, because all the parties are participating, and all of them will have their election agents,” said HT Imam, a political adviser to Hasina.Bangladesh has seen steady economic growth under Hasina and the development of a vibrant garment sector under-pinning export growth, and accounting for 80 percent of the economy.But rights groups have criticised increasing curbs on freedom of speech and the media.Hope to capitalise on dissatisfaction, the BNP has formed an alliance with smaller parties called the National Unity Front and Hasina said this week she expected competitive polls.The EU delegation in Dhaka said it was not sending observers because of growing demand for them amid tight resources.India had no plan to send observers unless Bangladesh asked, an official at the Indian high commission said.