A new study from Juniper Research has found that while the number of high-end smartwatches is faltering, ‘smart analogue’ or hybrid watches remain largely unaffected by the market slow-down.
New data from Juniper Research has found that the consumer IoT (Internet of Things) installed base will reach over 15 billion units by 2021, an increase of 120% over 2016.
Digital twins are not a new thing. Companies have been using a virtual representation of a physical asset for years, but it’s only with the Internet of Things that they’ve become truly accessible and cost-effective.
The telecom industry is good at generating confusion, says freelance IoT and communications writer, Bob Emmerson. LTE Cat-1 services are being launched in the States but not NB-IoT (LTE Cat NB1 is the official term), which only arrives in 2018.
Qualcomm Inc.’s subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. has released a landmark study, The 5G Economy,examining the potential economic and social impact of 5G around the world.
apetito is the UK’s creator and supplier of meals partnering with the health and social care sector. It makes a real difference, allowing people to eat healthily whether they are at home, in hospital or in care.
Ericsson and China Mobile Communication Co., Ltd. have signed a strategic agreement to cooperate on the Internet of Things (IoT). The deal is part of China Mobile’s Big Connectivity strategy, under which the operator expects to serve 200 million connected devices by 2017.
Businesses in Chile and Hong Kong will be able to leverage the Internet of Things (IoT) to deliver new revenue-generating services, following deals between Cisco and Entel in Chile as well as SmarTone in Hong Kong.
RPMA (Random Phase Multiple Access) LPWAN (low power wide area network) technology was designed from the bottom up to optimise wide area connectivity for Machine-to-Machine and Internet of Things (M2M and IoT) devices.
The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to enable a whole host of new applications and services. Powered by an army of ‘edge node’ sensors and actuators and omnipresent connectivity, the IoT looks set to have a dramatic affect in our lives, whether at home, in our car, our offices and factories.
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