LEXI develops universal IoT platform for easing IoT experience

Berkeley, United States – LEXI, the company behind the comprehensive IoT technologies that are transforming how both enterprises and consumers manage and automate their smart spaces, announced the LEXI IoT platform – a sizable step forward in easing the IoT experience for everyone connecting products, across apps, and across ecosystems.

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What Matter? – The newly smart home standard

Matter is an industry-unifying IoT wireless network standard that still needs to be released. It strives to become a reliant, frictionless, safe communication basis for connected objects. The project was announced and started in 2019. By utilising a specific collection of IP-based networking technologies, initiating with Thread, wi-fi, and Ethernet, Matter is a platform built

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New ambient computing from Wiliot to enable the massive IoT

San Diego, 22 September 2022 – Wiliot, the Internet of Things provider whose IoT platform is enabling trillions of “things” to gain intelligence, will premier its breakthrough ambient computing technology the Wiliot IoT Pixel to the telecommunications industry at MWC 2022 from September 28 through September 30 at Wiliot Booth #W2.1138.

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Plume’s latest market report reveals major shifts in smart home usage

Palo Alto, United States – Plume, a personalised communications services provider, has released its first biannual Plume IQ smart home market report. It aims to provide comprehensive intelligence about the growth of the smart home sector, including the changing popularity, penetration and usage of connected devices and home networks.

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Despite post-pandemic slump worldwide wearable shipments to reach 344mn by the end of 2022, says ABI

London, United Kinggdom. 11 August, 2022 – Demand for wearables and accessories slowed during 2021 due to economic and geopolitical factors impacting consumer’s priorities. Yet, despite this decline, global technology intelligence firm ABI Research expects continuous growth from now until 2027.

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Workz launches eSIM cloud

Dubai. 29 November 2021 – IoT solutions provider Workz has expanded its eSIM subscription management solution to offer a GSMA certified cloud-based platform in the US. The platform, which is certified by the GSMA’s Security Accreditation Scheme (SAS) and hosted at Microsoft Azure’s Virginia, USA site enables mobile network operators (MNOs) to remotely manage consumer

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NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang to unveil new AI technologies, products in GTC Keynote

NVIDIA announced that it will host a global, virtual GTC from Nov. 8-11, featuring a news-filled keynote by NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang and talks from some of the world’s preeminent AI research and industry leaders.

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WBA openRoaming primed for residential rollout after Wi-Fi 6 trial with Airties over in-home Wi-Fi

The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) reported the completion of a successful proof-of-concept trial to automatically onboard Wi-Fi client devices to a residential Wi-Fi 6 network, paving the way for the rollout of WBA OpenRoaming across in-home Wi-Fi and wide-area wireless broadband networks.

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US PC shipments rocket 73% in a year driven by backlog orders

The PC market in the United States grew 73% year on year in Q1 2021, with total shipments of desktops, notebooks, tablets and workstations exceeding 34 million units. Notebooks and tablets led the way with impressive growth, while desktops lagged amid weak demand during the pandemic.

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Transforming mobile, one eSIM at a time

The global wireless industry has experienced more transformation in the last 10 years than in the previous 50, says Emir Aboulhosn, CEO at NetLync. The challenges this last year has brought, in the form of the coronavirus pandemic, have sharpened this focus to an acute and imminent reality bringing on change even faster.

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How could UWB transform transport ticketing experiences?

Ticketing barriers are a pressure point in every public transport hub. Urban populations are growing, and operators and authorities need to deliver enhanced customer convenience while allowing effective crowd management.

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IoT integration takes centre stage in the smart homes market

As the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) picks up pace, the adoption of smart home devices is steadily increasing. By 2023, the average UK smart home will have 50 connected devices, according to Marc Allera, the CEO of BT‘s consumer division.

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IoT Ace ranks market visibility of top public and private IoT companies

IoT Nation, a provider of Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem analytics, has released its 2020 IoT Ace Market Visibility Performance (MVP) rankings. These rankings are said to be based on the company’s “data-driven analysis of market activity” for more than 25,000 IoT-related companies worldwide.

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LoRaWAN will temporarily replace 5G networks for IoT

5G networks will revolutionise the Internet of Things (IoT). But it will take several years for the technology to cover most of the planet. Thanks to LoRaWAN, you don’t need to wait, says Sergiy Seletsky, IoT practice leader and senior solution architect at Intellias.

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Cross-Industry survey reveals 79% plan to adopt WBA OpenRoaming

According to a Wireless Broadband Alliance cross-industry survey of service providers, equipment manufacturers and enterprises, almost four out of five (79%) have adopted or plan to adopt the WBA OpenRoaming standard.

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North American wearables market grows 10% as selling prices take a hit, says Canalys

The value of North America’s wearable band market in Q2 2020 remained flat year-on-year at US$2 billion (€1 billion), despite shipments growing 10% annually.

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