IoT devices were popular gifts again this holiday season. An acronym for Internet of Things, IoT is more than a buzzword. The trend represents a huge shift in how products are made and used, as network connectivity is added to products that were not previously intended to have this functionality.
In my last blog post, I discussed the emergence of 5G in the UK and the network architecture required to support it. Following on from this, says Raffaele D’Albenzio, solutions architect, F5 Networks, I’d like to examine some of the ways that 5G will support the use-cases that will impact businesses and consumers in the coming years.
Having set up petcams in my home to remotely monitor my new puppy’s behaviours with my 4G smart device when I am out, I was reminded about Shodan, the search engine that looks for IoT devices such as webcams and makes their streams available for viewing by anyone on the internet.
SMSEagle announced the new version of hardware SMS gateway, the NXS-9750-3G. The new product offers better performance and double throughput than its predecessor for your everyday operations.
oneM2M, the global standards initiative for machine-to-machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT), has published updated editions of its Release 1 global specifications. The development aims to enable IoT interworking and create a foundation platform to interconnect IoT devices and applications.
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