The Wireless Broadband Alliance, an organisation supporting the adoption of next generation Wi-Fi services across the Wi-Fi ecosystem, has claimed to announced the world’s first Wi-Fi 6 Industrial Enterprise and IoT trial, as part of its ongoing Wi-Fi 6 program.
Siemens is offering a low-code application development platform for the enterprise, to ease software development for the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT).
The Trusted IoT Alliance (TIoTA), an ecosystem of more than 50 companies working together to build open source trusted systems for IoT with blockchain and related technologies,
Eseye, the global IoT cellular specialist, has announced several key appointments as part of its global growth strategy to capitalise on the rapidly evolving IoT market. Following the appointment of CEO, Nick Earle in 2018, Eseye has welcomed Piers Morgan, Trevor Duguay, Anand Gandhi and Kirsty Kay to its executive team.
Sigfox Canada, the Canadian network operator for the Sigfox Global IoT Network, claims to launch the country’s first national, low-bandwidth, Internet of Things (IoT) network.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is an intelligent technology between the real and the digital world. It is a system of interconnected devices which have the ability to collect and transfer data over a network beyond manual interference.
It’s expected that 5G will have a big impact on nearly every aspect of our lives, harbouring in sci-fi-like technology, such as autonomous vehicles, smart homes, and incredibly fast download speeds. Ted Kritsonis, freelance journalist, Futurithmic reports.
Annexia International Inc., a specialist in ultra-low-power asset tracking devices, has chosen Sierra Wireless’ Smart IoT Connectivity for global deployment of its NStar asset tracking and management solution.
With 17 mobile networks across Africa, operator MTN has been partnering with Eseye for a few years. This has now led MTN to join the AnyNet Federation, created by Eseye to grow cellular services scalably on AWS Cloud.
SNS Telecom & IT‘s latest research report indicates that global spending on V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything) communications technology – based on both IEEE 802.11p and C-V2X (Cellular V2X) standards – will reach US$1.2 billion (€1.07 billion) annually by the end of 2022.
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