In a cash-only deal announced today, Hansen Technologies, based in Australia, is to acquire Canada’s Sigma Systems for CAN$157 million. The deal took market watchers by surprise and in an exclusive interview with IoT Now, Tim Spencer, CEO of Sigma describes what led to the deal.
Siemens is offering a low-code application development platform for the enterprise, to ease software development for the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT).
When a multinational firm grows into new national markets, IT changes follow. A case in point is St. Louis, MO-based Emerson Automation Solutions and its Micro Motion division in Boulder, CO, which specialises in flow automation and measurement.
Semtech Corporation, a supplier of high performance analog and mixed signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms, announced that Germany-based PureLink GmbH, a global manufacturer and distributor of Professional AV equipment,
Insight Enterprises, a Fortune 500 global systems integrator for organisations of all sizes, announced that it has been recognised as an Nvidia Advanced Technology Partner. The designation certifies Insight’s ability to assist clients in implementing Artificial Intelligence (AI),
At MWC Barcelona, the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) announced a new project group named Open RAN 5G NR led by co-chairs Sprint and Vodafone with support
During MWC Barcelona, Kontakt.io, the location Internet of Things (IoT) Infrastructure provider, publicly launched Simon AI, the location and sensor analytics software suite for safety and efficiency applications in operational environments.
Tanaza, the Milan-based Wi-Fi cloud management software company, introduces its latest innovation: TanazaOS, a Linux-based operating system for centralised wireless network management.
Siemens announced an expansion of the Digital Innovation Platform with the introduction of the latest version of NX software, which has been enhanced with Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities.
The Consumer Internet of Things is the network of consumer devices used in various end-applications, such as smart homes, healthcare, and consumer electronics. The consumer IoT market is estimated to be valued US$46.8 billion (€41.3 billion) by 2018 and is projected to reach US$104.4 billion (€92.1 billion) by 2023, at a CAGR of 17.39% during 2018–2023.
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