Kyocera offers small and robust UHF RFID tags consisting of ceramic packages with a proprietary multilayer structure including a built-in RFID antenna that can increase the read range up to 2X as compared with conventional tags of the same size.
Telna, a vertically integrated Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) provider of global end-to-end connectivity solutions, demonstrated the latest IoT Connect, the first enterprise-grade, multi-modem, multi-IMSI eSIM router, at Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2018.
HUBER+SUHNER, the manufacturer of components and systems for optical and electrical connectivity products, is set to present its latest solutions for digital system testing at this year’s DesignCon exhibition in Santa Clara.
Vodafone entered the Internet of Things (IoT) consumer market with the launch of “V by Vodafone” enabling consumers to connect millions of home and leisure electronics products to the Group’s dedicated global IoT network – the largest of its kind in the world.
Internet users are growing more demanding and less forgiving, according to the results of a consumer survey from Apica, the performance monitoring and testing experts. In a clear call to action for organisations around the world, Apica’s survey found that three quarters of respondents expect websites
WISeKey International Holding Ltd (“WISeKey”), a global cybersecurity, Blockchain and AI company announced today that in cooperation with Business Investigation, a Swiss algorithm based system solution startup, has implemented a proprietary artificial intelligence (AI) system, called WISeAI,
Although consumers may only just be getting to grips with 4G, service providers and other businesses are already planning for the next wave of network technology. According to the latest Ericsson Mobility Report, there will be 550 million 5G connections by 2022.
Up to now, individuals have generally been using a dedicated computer for work; now, however, the Internet of Things (IoT), with billions of networked devices that are for the most part not monitored by humans, presents enormous inherent security risks.
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.