For ‘Internet of Things’ Engineers and Decision Makers.
Low power, wide-area networks (LPWAN) are not a new phenomenon however, they are becoming more popular due to the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT).
LPWAN is often used when other wireless networks aren’t a good fit—Bluetooth and BLE (and to a lesser extent, WiFi and ZigBee) are often not suited for [...]
The ‘Internet of Things’ turns all hardware and appliance OEM vendors into software providers. Licensing and entitlement management technology serves as the key mechanism that enables these manufacturers to protect and monetise the embedded intellectual property running as software on these connected devices or the external software applications associated with them.
The idea of the ‘Smart’ utility has been around for almost a decade. What was first envisioned as a swift and radical revolution has however turned out to be a much more lengthy transformation of an industry that already faces a multitude of economic, political, technological and environmental challenges.
The energy sector is seemingly incapable of keeping up with the pace [...]
Xchanging plc, a business technology and services provider, has issued the third set of results from its 2015 Global Procurement Study, focused on how technology is transforming supply chain operations. The study is a major international project that surveyed 830 procurement decision makers across the UK, Europe and North America.
Any discussion of security is dependent on context. This report will discuss security issues associated with migrating M2M/IoT communications to cellular technologies or creating a new M2M/IoT product using cellular communications. Historically most M2M communications were focused around proprietary protocols, private networks, leased lines and POTS.
TAIPEI, Taiwan – ThroughTek, an Internet of Things (IoT) & an Machine-to-Machine (M2M) solutions provider, announced findings from its “IoT Makers’ Battle Report” that highlights consumers’ brand and device preferences across IoT.
In mid-2014, when Analysys Mason reviewed more than 100 Internet of Things (IoT) investments and M&A deals, only 5 involved telecoms operators (and 4 of these were Vodafone investments).
Sometimes we hacks (and probably some readers too) are swayed by a big headline. So when there isn’t an eye-popping conclusion, says Jeremy Cowan, a report can be dismissed as inconsequential. That might have been the temptation with yesterday’s Vodafone M2M Barometer 2015, but it would have been a mistake.
London, UK. July 7, 2015 — Vodafone today published its third annual M2M Barometer Report, a global survey of the machine-to-machine (M2M) sector. The survey is based on interviews with 659 executives in 16 countries.
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