Eurotech, Infineon, Microsoft and GlobalSign partner in ’chain of trust’ security solution

Eurotech, a company that designs, develops, and deploys hardware and software solutions for the Edge and Internet of Things (IoT), is working with Infineon, Microsoft and GlobalSign to simplify large scale, secure roll outs of connected devices. This collaboration delivers assurance by extending the secured device identity chain from the edge to the cloud.

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Buildings can be key to a sustainable future – but first, business models need to change

The World Economic Forum was right to say in a post this month that buildings could be the key to building a sustainable society post-pandemic.

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Telit successfully completes sub-6 GHz 5G IoT testing with NTT DOCOMO

Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), announced that its FN980 5G data card has successfully completed NTT DOCOMO interoperability testing in the sub-6 GHz spectrum.

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Energy-efficient solutions launched for 5G and IoT edge computing, e-mobility and smart manufacturing

Delta, a global provider of power and thermal management solutions, has unveiled energy-efficient solutions for 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) edge computing, e-mobility, as well as smart manufacturing.

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Verizon and Eseye help customers localise US IoT devices

A new Internet of Things (IoT) partnership aims to enable Eseye and Verizon customers with global IoT deployments to localise devices over-the-air to the Verizon network.

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RAIN RFID tag ICs sales crack 20bn in 2020

More than 21 billion RAIN Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag integrated circuits (IC) were sold worldwide in 2020. This was a 15% increase over 2019 sales and outstripping industry forecasts, according to research released today by the RAIN Alliance.

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The role of IoT in healthcare during Covid-19

The healthcare sector has been modernising at a fast pace over the years by utilising new technology in carrying out medical activities with increased accuracy. Despite the outbreak of Covid-19 which massively disrupted the day-to-day life of people across the globe, technology has been developing at a much faster pace to help the healthcare sector.

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TELUS invests $26.3mn in new IoT partner Eseye

TELUS’ strategic investment arm, TELUS Ventures, is investing $26.3 million CAD (€17.35 million) in Eseye, a provider of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity solutions.

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BICS launches international 5G connectivity to global IoT devices in Canada and Taiwan

International communications enabler BICS announces the addition of borderless 5G capabilities to its SIM for Things solution. This aims to enable enterprises, OEMs and hardware manufacturers to unlock business opportunities and enhance competitiveness with new compelling use cases for connected devices.

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Why port cities need IoT

It’s not common knowledge that port cities often suffer from worse air quality than their inland counterparts. Residents in idyllic beach resorts and maritime trade hubs are choking on air pollution caused by a combination of large ships and high volumes of traffic on the one hand, and certain weather effects that cause toxic particles

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LoRa will be top non-cellular LPWA network technology in five years, says ABI

Semtech Corporation a supplier of high performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms, announced the release of a commissioned white paper, “LoRaWAN® and Multi-RAN Architecture Connecting the Next Billion IoT Devices,” from global tech market advisory firm, ABI Research.

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5G virtualisation and orchestration tackled by solutions from Altran and Ciena

Altran, part of Capgemini, and Blue Planet, a division of Ciena, are collaborating to provide network operators with intelligent automation solutions.

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Triaxial accelerometer launched for machines needing wide bandwidth, small size, low power and robust performance

Driven by an increase in factory automation and the Internet of Things (IoT), demand for sensors to monitor the critical health of machinery is rising.

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Geospatial technology will be at the heart of the IoT Big Data analysis

In an ever more connected world, Esri a global provider of geo-spatial and analytical software is about to embark on a new journey to help organisations understand and analyse vast amounts of Internet of Things (IoT) big data through location intelligence.

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Global business leaders say latency is higher priority than speed

Enterprises around the world are being confronted by a basic law of physics — distance neutralises speed, causing latency or a delay between an action and an application’s response.

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Data from IoT devices will breed next Uber or Netflix, says Eseye

What organisations can do with data is set to dramatically shift in 2021 and beyond, according to Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity provider Eseye, as more IoT devices are deployed and the data they generate dwarfs that collected through traditional online channels.

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