IoT and Big Data are working together in 3 key ways

Its 2001, Apple is readying up to launch an iconic product & experience revolutionising the portable music player industry. The product is named unconventionally, as the iPod. Steve Jobs has been intrinsically involved in the design, user experience and even the minutest detail such as the colour of the iPod … to this end they were conducting focus groups to

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Remote access support and diagnostics solution for Proseal tray sealing machines minimises delays and downtime

By installing eWON VPN routers and using the Talk2M Internet-based remote access system, food packaging company Proseal UK is now able to securely access, diagnose and quickly resolve issues on its tray sealing machines located anywhere in the world, via secure Broadband connections.

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AT&T and GE strengthen alliance, fuel innovation with smart energy solutions

AT&T and GE are working together to create the next generation of smart energy solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things, helping to improve the way the energy industry works. The companies are jointly working on proof of concepts at the AT&T IoT Foundry in Plano, Texas.

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WT Innovation World Cup winners announced at WT Wearable Week

The most innovative wearables worldwide have been selected by the international jury of the WT Wearable Technologies Innovation World Cup. More than 500 developers and innovators from around the globe submitted their market-ready wearable solutions in the Sports & Fitness, Healthcare & Wellness, Gaming & Lifestyle, Safety & Security, and Smart Clothing categories. The 22

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How big is the IoT market opportunity?

For years Machina Research has been sizing the market opportunity associated with machine-to-machine (M2M) communications. Our M2M forecasts are widely acknowledged as the most granular and rigorously researched in the business. However, we are increasingly asked about the market opportunity associated with the wider Internet of Things. For us the two things are different.

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HGI publishes new open source tool for Smart Device Modelling

HGI, has announced it has published a draft Smart Device Template (SDT) schema to establish a common syntax for Smart Home device models and spur innovation and integration in Smart Home applications.

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Tech executive Scott Allen joins FreeWave Technologies as chief marketing officer

FreeWave Technologies, has announced it has hired Scott Allen as chief marketing office (CMO). Allen brings more than 30 years’ experience in product lifecycle management, product marketing, business development, brand development and technology deployment. Allen’s unique blend of start-up aggressiveness and established company executive leadership makes him an ideal fit as FreeWave continues to “connect

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Renesas Electronics unveils new solution to increase productivity and security for industrial Internet of Things applications

Renesas Electronics, has announced the availability of the RX71M Group as the new flagship product in the RX Family of 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs). Developed for use in industrial equipment, the new series doubles the CPU operating frequency to 240 megahertz (MHz) from the 120 MHz of previous products and is available with up to 4 MB

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Smart grid communications and hardware market to reach $3.2bn value annually by 2020, says Navigant

A recent report from Navigant Research analyses the global market for smart grid networking and communications technology, including global market forecasts for shipments, average selling prices, and revenue through 2023.

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Sequans and Ecrio Deliver VoLTE Solution

4G chipmaker Sequans Communications S.A. and Ecrio Inc. provider of 4G LTE real time communications client solutions for the mobile industry, have developed a joint solution integrating Ecrio’s operator-certified FlexIMS™ Voice over LTE (VoLTE) and SMS over IMS client software with Sequans’ LTE chipset platforms. As part of an ongoing product development activity with a

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Lilee Systems introduces next generation advanced communications system for mobile, fixed and Wi-Fi applications

Lilee Systems, has announced the availability of its TransAir™ LMS-2450 series. Based on the newly released LileeOS 2.8 platform, the new locomotive messaging and application server (LMS) series gives freight and passenger rail operators the ability to achieve positive train control (PTC) compliance for safety and speed enforcement, as well as manage other business data

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Enabling the IoT vision

The IoT should be seen as an evolutionary development, one that employs M2M communications technology. Although the IoT architecture is different, it is built on a common foundation. A key IoT requirement is the need to decouple data generation from data usage. In an M2M solution they are physically linked: they monitor one issue, a

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Stream Technologies joins Open Mobile Alliance to promote IoT Standards

Stream Technologies, has announced  that it now commercially supports the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) Lightweight Machine to Machine (LWM2M) Standard within its IoT-X connectivity solution offering.

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Semtech acquires assets of EnVerv

Semtech Corporation, has announced that it has completed the acquisition of assets of EnVerv, Inc. a privately-held supplier of Power Line Communications and Smart Grid solutions targeted at advanced metering infrastructure, home energy management systems and Internet of Things applications. In conjunction with the asset acquisition, the EnVerv team of employees has joined Semtech. The

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Tridium releases Beta Version of Niagara 4

Tridium, Inc. a commercial Internet of Things (IoT) software technology, has announced it has released the beta version of its next generation IoT platform, Niagara 4.

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Exclusive: Internet of Things-related deal-making passes $14bn mark in 2014, says 451 Research

EXCLUSIVE REPORT:  Internet of Things (IoT) deal-making activity rose sharply in 2014. Acquirers spent approximately $14.1bn to acquire 60 companies during the year. That spending sets a high watermark for the IoT industry and is nearly eight times the total spent by acquirers in all of the years prior to 2014.

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