The Internet of Things (IoT) has seen new products and services launching and being developed at pace in the past 12 months. To take advantage of the opportunities from IoT, companies need be open to changing traditional systems, procedures, processes and ways of communicating.
Ingenu Inc.™, which delivers connectivity exclusively to machines, and u‑blox, a global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, have announced a strategic partnership.
KAON, a developer and manufacturer of digital connectivity devices, will be showcasing Internet of Things (IoT) solutions at IBC 2016, including an end-to-end solution for the connected home.
The Internet of Things (IoT) makes many promises: a more cohesive society, greater understanding of existing technologies and vows of a better, easier life.
Huawei has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation with ABB, a global leader in power and automation technologies.
Vodafone is providing the integrated connectivity for the new Skoda Kodiaq car, launched last week. A specialised SIM card keeps the vehicle connected to the Vodafone network and allows the Skoda Connect service to provide the driver with a range of information
A book written by Olaf Swantee, the former CEO of EE “reveals the lessons to take away from the merger of Orange and T-Mobile that led The 4G Mobile Revolution.”
Ovum’s latest forecasts show that cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) connections (not including NB-IoT) will reach 733 million globally by 2021.
Complementary, not oppositional
Fog Computing aims to resolve some of the challenges of cloud computing by reducing latency, optimising WAN bandwidth consumption, strengthening security, and improving redundancy and availability.
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