The Internet of Things has come a long way in the five years since the first IoT Day in 2011. But, there is a darker side to its success, with thousands of high-profile hacks having been carried out on connected devices.
SIGFOX, a provider of a dedicated communications service for the Internet of Things (IoT), and Omantel, a provider of integrated telecommunication services, has announced plans to deploy SIGFOX’s IoT network in the Sultanate.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has brought digital connectivity to the physical world, disrupting both industrial business practices and the ways in which consumers interact with these organisations.
As you may know, Saturday April 9th is the 5th annual IoT Day 2016. Who would have believed a decade ago that the Internet of Things would have a dedicated day, says Jeremy Cowan?
With an addressable market that includes more than 150 million cars that are not currently connected, over 300 million utility meters, nearly 1 million vineyard acres and 45 million people sharing goods and services* in the US alone, the Internet of Things (IoT) is now mainstream according to a new report released today by Verizon.
According to a new report published by Allied Market Research titled, “World Internet of Things (IoT) Healthcare Market – Opportunities and Forecasts, 2014-2021”, the world internet of things (IoT)
General Motors (GM) announced on 22 February 2016 that it is using Vodafone’s network for its GM OnStar connected car services in Europe.
Huawei showcased the diverse prospective applications of its innovative OneAir@Smart X solution at CeBIT 2016 in Hannover.
BMC, has announced that O2, the UK subsidiary of Telefónica, is using BMC’s Remedy solution to enhance digital experiences for its 25 million customers and around 7,500 employees.
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