Analog Devices Inc

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Analog Devices Inc
Analog Devices Inc is listed in the Stereo & High Fidelity Equipment category in Somerset, New Jersey. Displayed below are the social networks for Analog Devices Inc which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Analog Devices Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 96.

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285 Davidson Ave
Somerset, NJ 08873
(732) 868-7100

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Analog Devices Inc has an overall ZapScore of 96. This means that Analog Devices Inc has a higher ZapScore than 96% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Somerset, New Jersey is 33 and in the Stereo & High Fidelity Equipment category is 39. Learn more about ZapScore.

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The question we keep hearing at the @Hubweek demo day semi-finals: How to move the needle? #hwdemoday #startups†twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


Judges have heard 4 pitches so far at @Hubweek demo day & presenters are nailing it. #startups with brains & vision†twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


An inspirational event in support of an inspirational mission. Proud to be part of the proceedings at @HUBweek.†twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


Live: Mario Freni of the #AnalogGarage is on the panel hearing pitches at the #hubweek demo day semi-finals. Good l†twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


RT @Amandatucker01: Just arrived to hear some excellent Demo Day semi-final pitches at #hubweek! #hwdemoday @ADI_News https://t.co/Iyaw7dbf…

The Analog Garage has pioneered an architectural innovation in chip-scale energy harvesting that may one day enable smart sensor nodes to power themselves without batteries or wires Watch this video to see how it works.

Writing in the September issue of Analog Dialogue, ADI director of RF/MW amplifier products Keith Benson explores the capability breakthroughs for high power and wideband amplifiers made possible by advancements in semiconductor technology.
This article will briefly describe the state of the semiconductor technology that is enabling these developments, circuit design considerations to...

Last week at EDI CON USA in Boston, Analog Devices CTO Thomas Cameron spoke about what to expect over the next five years on the road to 5G. If you missed the show or want to hear more from Dr. Cameron on 5G, check out this interview he did with Microwave Journal's Pat Hindle back in November.
Editor Pat Hindle discusses various 5G topics with Dr. Thomas Cameron, CTO, Wireless Communications Infrastructure Business at ADI including...

The Internet of Things may one day be able to stop the spread of deadly disease, maximize crop yields and prevent factory equipment from failing. To get there, though, we'll need to solve the challenge of powering billions of remote sensor nodes without heavy, expensive batteries that need to be replaced or recharged. The practical, lasting solution will power sensors with energy harvested from environmental forces like sun, wind, motion and electromagnetic radiation. Check out the latest Master Mechanic blog on EngineerZone to learn how Analog Garage is powering IoT sensors.
An architectural innovation in chip-scale energy harvesting pioneered by the Analog Garage has the potential to make the Internet of Things practical.

Analog Devices is proud to sponsor the 2017 IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona this October. VP of IoT Solutions and Security Joy Weiss will give a keynote, Erick Olsen will be talking about our work using sensor solutions to support farm-to-table initiatives, and Honeywell, Vicotee and IOTEAM will be in booth D485 with us. Learn more in the September edition of our IoT newsletter, Insight From the Edge.
IoT Newsletter September Issue