Many enterprises and their industries are urgently addressing the need to implement digital and global business models. Increasingly those industries are looking to effectively develop and use open standards to accelerate towards these goals.
There was more than a hint of irony when Professor Dr. Axel Sikora from the Institute of Reliable Embedded Systems & Communications Electronics at Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, spoke at the start of the M2M Summit 2016 on standardisation of the Internet of Things (IoT).
Security hit the headlines last week with comments made by Cesare Garlati, chief security strategist at the prpl Foundation, on the lack of progress towards a secure environment for the Internet of Things (IoT). (See our exclusive report: Industry losing patience as regulators fail to keep up with IoT consumer security concerns.)
His thoughts just begged more questions. So here he [...]
Shenzhen, China — Eric Xu, the rotating CEO of Huawei, China’s largest telecom equipment and services provider, isn’t like most chief execs. Not only was he happy to take questions from an international posse of 500 communications analysts and media, he did it unscripted and with a strong sense of humour.
oneM2M, the global standards initiative for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT), announced that it will host its second interoperability event following the success of its inaugural test session last year.
A globe-spanning network for the Internet of Things (IoT) has been built over the past 20 years that provides the coverage, security and reliability needed to connect us and bring intelligence to the things that surround us.
It’s official – we don’t need 5G, or at least not anytime soon and not as narrowly defined. That’s according to delegates at the recent CW Future of Wireless International Conference in London who took part in the closing Cambridge Debate focused on the question, ‘Do we need 5G?’
While mobile broadband proliferation, lower cost of hardware and connectivity, and maturity of cloud computing are pushing us to usher in the Internet of Things (IoT) era, Bhavna Sharma says that a lot of challenges still need to be addressed to understand this new market and the gaps that need to be filled.
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