Many IoT applications require local intelligence in the gateway. To meet this need, Systech Corporation is now including SysSCRIPT™ Lite at no cost to its entire line of SysLINK IoT hardware gateways.
WiFi, or Wireless LAN, connectivity has been a growing trend in the information technology sector for many years and it remains one of the fastest growing segments, second only to security (Gartner), reported 27 Caldicot, UK-based Westbase Technology.
Workspace’s Metal Box Factory redevelopment in London has achieved the top connectivity rating from the independent commercial connectivity accreditor, WiredScore for its investment in connectivity infrastructure and solutions.
SIGFOX, a provider of dedicated communications service for the Internet of Things (IoT), and UnaBiz, an IoT network operator in Asia, have joined French and Taiwanese officials announcing creation of a global Internet of Things testbed in Taiwan.
By all accounts, the vision of the connected home is still alive and well. That futuristic home where appliances are self-aware and interconnectivity between the physical and online worlds is seamless. But despite all the hype and grandiose predictions, that vision is still a bit blurry.
The Pangea IoT Workshop, a platform that aims to explain how the Internet of Things (IoT) works in an accessible manner, has been launched.
It is often said that nothing is certain, except death and taxes. But in the age of connectivity, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who wouldn’t agree with adding network outages to that list.
LTE chipset provider Altair Semiconductor reported that its FourGee-1160 chipset has successfully completed chipset interoperability testing (IoT) on the network of NTT DOCOMO, Inc., Japan’s largest mobile services provider.
Cities are increasingly aware of the benefits of an ‘open’ approach to becoming ‘Smart’. So says a new white paper from the UK-based IoT research firm, Machina Research.
It has been predicted that an incredible 6 billion people will have a smartphone by 2020. In our pocket, we possess a supercomputer, millions of times more powerful than all of NASA’s combined computing capability during the Apollo space missions.
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