Zoom Telephonics (OTCQB: ZMTP) announced that it has achieved PTCRB and FCC 15B certification for its model 4575 14.4 Mbps cellular modem with GPS.
u-blox, a provider in wireless and positioning modules and chips, announces TOBY-L201, the world’s first 4G LTE Cat 4 module with 3G WCDMA fall-back, which works on AT&T and Verizon networks.
Technavio, a tech-focused research firm, has published a new report on the cellular M2M connections and services market in the US, which is expected to grow at a CAGR exceeding 25% in terms of services, and over 26% in terms of connections from 2015-2019.
Redpine Signals has launched what it describes as, “the world’s first comprehensive IoT platform for device makers – the WyzBee platform – that includes a flexible hardware platform, development environment and cloud software and services framework”.
A pioneering wireless router is making waves on Indiegogo, as a crowdfunding campaign gains momentum in its attempt to give the humble home router a much-needed facelift.
Information and communication technology (ICT) deployments in manufacturing industries are currently limited to the sporadic use of machine to machine (M2M) communications and cloud solutions.
The GSMA has announced that it has established the ‘Mobile IoT Initiative’, a new project backed by 26 of the world’s leading mobile operators, OEMs, chipset, module and infrastructure companies, designed to address the use of Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) solutions in licensed spectrum.
WiSilica, which describes itself as “the smart environment enabler creating a more intelligent IoT”, has launched an end-to-end solution for connecting millions of devices that can understand their environment and use predictive intelligence to improve the user experience, reduce cost and improve efficiency.
Compass Intelligence, a market analytics and consulting firm specializing in metrics-driven intelligence and insights released its latest study titled “SMART CITIES: THE NEW FRONTIER FOR OPPORTUNITIES IN IoT” today.
A new report from Beecham Research predicts rapid growth in the sales of M2M cellular modules and wireless terminals to end 2019, with volumes shipped reaching 154% and 166% of 2014 levels, respectively. Cellular M2M modules are expected to reach $2.2bn in sales in 2019.
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