The October 18, 2023, report by Tsedeniya Abraham, Marian Kost, Ahmed Salem, and Roland Sperlich from Texas Instruments (TI) explores wired and wireless connectivity options for smart homes, buildings, factories, electric grids, and vehicles, highlighting their simplicity, scalability, security, and efficiency. Texas Instruments is featured as a leader in the connectivity space, participating in the development and deployment of networking standards, interfaces, protocols, and connectivity standards. The main takeaway is that businesses have various options for creating industrial and automotive designs by utilizing a combination of wired and wireless technologies.

Keywords: Audio/Video, Communications, Connected/ EV Vehicles, Connected Home, Control & Monitoring Equipment/Sensors, Consumer Electronics, Energy Efficiency/Management, HVAC & Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), Process Automation, Processors/Semiconductors, Protocols/Standards, Renewable Energy, Software Development

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