Dürr AG and Software AG enter strategic IoT partnership to strengthen industry 4.0 capabilities

Dürr AG and Software AG have entered into a strategic partnership to develop new Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 solutions. Dürr’s new cloud-ready IoT platform will include best-of-breed digital solutions, technologies and applications from iTAC Software AG – the company’s IoT software subsidiary –

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IoT Transport: The sooner we get to Intelligent Mobility the better

As we become more immersed in today’s digital-first era, the concept of the Internet of Things (IoT) offers the ability to revolutionise existing transport services as well as unlock the potential for fundamentally new ones – especially for the vehicles that we drive today.

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How the Internet of Things is changing social media marketing

The Internet of Things (IoT) has already proven its vitality in the business and the economic world. IoT has touched almost every corner of the business world, says IoT writer Yash Mehta, and one such corner which is transformed by IoT in marketing is social media.

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IoT enabling the experience-based retailer

The Internet of Things (IoT) will be pivotal in shaping the experience-based retailer of the future, says Beecham Research in its new ‘Internet of Retail Market Brief’.

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Problem of inefficient room utilisation tackled at Dutch university with intelligent building technology

Scientia, a provider of academic planning, scheduling, and resource management solutions for the Higher Education sector, is partnering with Netherlands-based Lone Rooftop, provider of cloud software applications designed to optimise the utilisation of university buildings.

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Secure elements for LoRaWAN launched by Avnet Silica and Trusted Objects

Avnet Silica, an Avnet company, and Trusted Objects, a provider of secure firmware and security services, announced the availability of a new LoRaWAN™ family of secure elements.

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Why is Samsung buying auto components supplier Harman?

There are no Greeks hiding in the wooden horse of Harman. Samsung’s acquisition of Harman is about increasing its penetration of the automobile rather than offering a sneaky challenge to the car industry.

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Capitalising on the Industrial Internet of Things requires new business models and processes

Global players in many industries such as telecommunications, medical, industrial and manufacturing, and transportation are changing their business models to create new offerings and to capture their share of the trillion dollar Internet of Things (IoT) market.

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Why solving device interoperability is critical to the success of VoLTE

VoLTE has already proven to be a success, at least in terms of market penetration, writes Robert Eriksson. An ever-growing number of communications service provider (CSPs) have deployed VoLTE as a voice service overlay for their LTE networks, offering enhanced service quality.

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IoT: Hype or get left behind

If you were at some of the conferences I attended recently, you couldn’t help but get hyped around the hype of IoT. Customers lined up session after session to speak about how their business had transformed and tried to convince others that the future is now.

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Turkey’s energy provider CLK Enerji selects Oracle Utilities for business transformation

CLK Enerji, Turkey’s energy utility, has selected Oracle Utilities solutions to transform and modernise its billing systems and improve service quality for its customers across all areas of its business.

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Prepare your business for the 2G/GSM network shutdown – Pt 1

The current state of 2G/GSM Networks As many of you are probably aware, cellular network operators around the world are planning to shut down their 2G networks to re-farm spectrum for more efficient 4G/LTE services.

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