In his latest Ecosystem column, Antony Savvas charts recent developments at the edge and new ownership for IoT corporate verticals.
The year ahead is set to be an exciting year for the Internet of Things (IoT), writes Joanne Phoenix, interim executive director of Sensor City. It continues to proliferate across multiple sectors and applications, with many top technology businesses and leading research companies anticipating expansion across the board.
Particle has appointed three new people to its board of directors. They are Liz Tinkham, former managing director at Accenture, Carlos Kokron, vice president, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and managing director, Americas for Qualcomm Ventures, and Sameer Reddy, partner at Energy Impact Partners, to its board of directors.
Nokia has signed a contract with telecommunications giant TIM to provide Internet of Things (IoT) services to its enterprise customers in Brazil.
A new joint whitepaper released by The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and oneM2M, reveals how developers seeking to reduce complexity when designing Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) systems,
IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) has ushered in a new era of efficiency and intelligence for the manufacturing industry.
The world of ‘Internet of Things’ and its uses across industries are expanding drastically. It is transforming the way human and devices interact with each other, creating market opportunities and enabling change across industries.
Cisco has unveiled further details behind its technology strategy for building a new internet — one designed to push digital innovation beyond the performance, economic and power consumption limitations of current infrastructure.
Independent global IoT specialist, KORE has acquired Integron for an undisclosed sum. Integron is an IoT solutions and managed services provider with a focus on the connected health market.
Consumers expect an array of beneficial services from connected technology interacting with our senses of sight, sound, taste, smell and touch to be a common reality by 2030. The consumer predictions about the Internet of Senses are among the expectations highlighted in the ninth edition of the Ericsson ConsumerLab Hot Consumer Trends report.
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