The Internet of Things (IoT) has long been predicted to be one of the main drivers of revenue within the fourth industrial revolution across a range of different industries.
Renesas Electronics Corporation, a premier supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, and Altair Semiconductor, a provider of cellular IoT chipsets, jointly announced a partnership aimed at bringing ultra-small and ultra-low-power cellular IoT solutions to the global IoT market.
Assessing the requirements for an IoT security strategy in the business environment needs careful attention these days. With cyber threats rife and frequent reports of security breaches to businesses big and small, no one is safe, and many are not prepared.
Businesses, public sector organisations, and communities in Aberdeen, Dundee, Paisley, and Orkney will benefit from state-of-the-art connectivity, with the launch of new Internet of Things (IoT) networks in each location.
If you believe the hype and optimistic predictions, the number of connected devices will be anywhere between 10 billion and 50 billion by 2020, with potential to generate up to $19 trillion of value.
DevicePilot has announced the successful completion of its Angel fund-raising round, securing investment of more than UK£600,000 (US$867,000). This will allow the company to focus on delivering its DevicePilot service for Internet of Things (IoT) device management.
Cyan an integrated system and software design company delivering mesh-based flexible wireless solutions for utility metering and lighting control, has signed a distribution agreement with The JST Group to distribute Cyan’s narrowband mesh IoT technology in Thailand.
PTC announced that DEPsys Smart Grid Solutions, a provider of software and hardware technology designed to control and manage power grids, has implemented PTC ThingWorx technology in order to flexibly serve a diverse market.
The first wave of connectivity to serve the continent of Africa was mobile communications; in fact more than double the population in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) has mobile phone access compared with access to paved roads.
Studying the fossil record, evolutionary biologists have theorised an event called the Cambrian explosion. During a relatively short period, the diversity of animal life seems to have rapidly increased from predominately single-cell organisms to a much wider variety of complex organisms.
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