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Morgan StanleyVoice: Mighty Micro-Engines Of The Internet Of Things

Our already hyperlinked world is about to get even more connected. Microcontrollers (MCUs), the tiny sensors that enable connectivity and control in all the “things” around us, have now become so inexpensive—at around $1 apiece—that they can be incorporated in just about everything, from industrial machinery and home appliances to wearable [...]
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