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Q3 PCBA Digest from EPS

Q3 PCBA Digest from EPS

It was a sporting month here at EPS with teams in Dublin & Timișoara undertaking two challenges to support charity and the environment! Playing to our strengths - engineering, speed, attention to detail, and above all, good fun for great causes!

Along with local organizations Valeo, Hella, ZF and Kimball, we participated in the 'Make It! Race It! Recycle It!' boat race on the river Bega in Timișoara organized by EcoStuff to increase awareness of environmental protection and the collection, reuse or recycling or materials. We brought home gold on the day for the best boat and secured bronze for coming third in the race!

EPS Global Joins Nuvoton’s MCU Security Partner Ecosystem

This month, EPS Global was delighted to announce that it has joined Nuvoton’s Security Partner Ecosystem, making its secure provisioning services available to Nuvoton customers worldwide.

EPS Global CEO Profile - EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2021 Finalist

EPS Global's CEO Colin Lynch, a finalist in the International category of the 24th annual EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Ireland competition, was profiled in The Irish Times newspaper last month.

EPS & Future Electronics Announce Global Strategic Partnership

EPS Global & Future Electronics have announced a global strategic partnership to enable OEMs access to secure provisioning services for their security-enabled devices anywhere in the world, distributed through Future Electronics.

Escalating programming times at ICT and the large upfront capital costs of high-performance programming equipment are just two of the challenges faced by customers in electronics manufacturing.

At EPS we have considered these challenges in developing our service offering. This article explains how IC Programming-as-a-Service from EPS offers predictable, competitive per unit costs, the ability to flex costs to volume and to move capacity globally as projects move and help you support the latest chip technologies without further investment and stay ahead of innovation in areas like security.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term used to describe the fact that wireless connectivity has been added to many microcontrollers. These are the chips, or devices, that power most consumer and industrial electronics. Connectivity adds a lot of scope for new functionality but it also presents significantly higher security risks.

Covering topics like: What chips are used in the IoT?, Why do microcontrollers pose a security problem, Security risks in the IoT and how to overcome them, this is a must read.

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How to Simplify Chip-to-Cloud Security for my IoT Devices

Brian Colgan, EPS Global • Chris Jones, Crypto Quantique • Kimberly Dinsmore, Renesas

A practical guide to implementing seamless, scalable security for your connected devices. Three industry experts show you how to cut the cost and complexity of IoT edge-to-cloud connectivity, and how to introduce best practices for secure management of your IoT networks.

Essential Security Measures in the Manufacture of a Truly Secure Connected Product

Within seconds of searching for "secure provisioning" on the web, you are presented with a myriad of descriptions covering multiple technologies, but very few of which seem to relate to the problems placed upon your classic embedded development engineer. Secure Provisioning Whitepaper View the Whitepaper So why should an embedded engineer be interested in secure provisioning as a service? In this whitepaper, we will highlight four key areas of security - Encryption; Root of Trust; Identity & Hardware Security Module, and explain how they relate to the manufacture of a secure product.


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