Kelson Astley

Kelson Astley

Mr. Kelson Astley is an analyst for embedded processor markets at Omdia. 

His broad scope of processor coverage includes microcontrollers (MCU), microprocessors (MPU), signal processors (DSP) and logic component markets. In addition to component coverage, Mr. Astley provides calculated knowledge related to deeply embedded systems in telecommunications equipment. As part of his research scope, he contributes to custom reports on processors in telecommunications markets. He is versed in all processor components including CPUs, GPUs, MPUs, MCUs, ASICs & ASSPs, FPGAs and configurable processors. He has a background in industrial automation and is leveraging that knowledge to aid in the analysis for processor markets. He holds a Bachelor of Science in electronics engineering with a focus on embedded design and mechatronics from Texas A&M University, United States.


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Processors for Network Infrastructure Market Tracker - H2 2019

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Semiconductors
Microprocessor (MPU) Market Report - 2019

This database and report describe the MPU markets divided by application, lithography, core architecture, as well as many other categories to give you a deeper understanding of the market. As Moore’s Law approaches physical limitations, this report will be key to explore how these processors are becoming more application-specific.

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Semiconductors
2019 IEEE Smart City Summit

According to the United Nations, 68% of the world population will be living in urban areas by 2050. As the world’s population continues to concentrate in urban areas, cities have more complex problems to solve. A rising number of city governments believe Smart City projects are a solution to these difficulties. IHS Markit defines a “smart city project” as one that uses an information and communication technology (ICT) system to improve efficiency, manage complexity, and enhance the quality of life of citizens; thus, leading to sustainable improvement in city operations. Smart city projects tackle problems like traffic, poor air quality, or even potholes.

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Enterprise & IT Building, Home & City Technology
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