IoT Made Easy with Texas Instruments' SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi CC3000 Solutions
Are you interested in adding Wi-Fi to your solutions for applications such as home automation, connected appliances, Smart energy, & M2M communication to name a few? The Internet of Things is becoming a part of many products in development now and the future. On November 6th, Dana Myers, TI Embedded Connectivity Channel Marketing Manager, and Todd Frizzell, Senior Field Applications Engineer, Arrow Electronics, will be talking about how Texas Instruments’ SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi CC3000 solution will make your IoT product design easy.
What attendees will learn:
- What is SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3000?
- How to Use Differentiated SmartConfig™ Technology, Simple Email, and HTTP sample applications
- Technical review of typical commands and events software flow, CC3000 APIs, Porting Guide
- TI’s Wi-Fi portfolio and IoT
Todd W. Frizzell, Senior Field Applications Engineer, Arrow Electronics
Todd has a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and a MBA from the University of Central Florida. Todd has over 16 years experience as Field Applications Engineer at Arrow Electronics supporting customers in Florida. Before joining Arrow Electronics, Todd worked for several years at a large Defense company where he performed Processor, FPGA and Analog design.
Dana Myers, Channel Marketing Manager, Texas Instruments
Dana Myers joined Texas Instruments in 1999 and has most recently been Channel Marketing Manager for the Embedded Connectivity Solutions organization at Texas instruments. This role focuses on outward communications and product marketing to broad market partners and customers. Prior to this was OMAP Software marketing manager in charge of Linux OMAP Software Solutions, and worked closely with leading OEMs for software requirements and execution.
In addition, she worked with the TI OMAP Developer Network to leverage 3rd party expertise for s/w offerings that TI does not provide. Prior to this, Dana was the Marketing Manager for the OMAP Developer Network and was Basestation PME for custom ASICS that went into basestations.
Ms. Myers received a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from Texas A&M University.
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