ARM buys Sensinode Oy to accelerate IoT growth and 'support 30bn connected devices by 2020'

(Cambridge, UK. August 27, 2013) – The surge of M&A activity in the M2M sectors continues as ARM has today announced that it has acquired Sensinode Oy, a provider of software technology for the Internet of Things (IoT). ARM will continue to offer Sensinode’s NanoStack and NanoService products to existing and new customers.

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Sony and InterDigital team to launch M2M-focused joint venture called Convida Wireless

InterDigital and Sony Corporation of America have announced the launch of a joint venture to combine Sony’s consumer electronics expertise with InterDigital’s wireless machine-to-machine and bandwidth management research.

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Sensinode offers free trial of NanoService™ for 'efficient end-to-end Web applications'

Oulu, Finland. August 14, 2012 –- Sensinode Ltd, a provider of software that powers the Internet of Things, is offering a free trial version of its NanoService™ software, a scalable, end-to-end solution for M2M. NanoService™ is designed to enable rapid deployment of challenging M2M systems by providing efficient M2M data management

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ETSI demo puts M2M standards to the test

The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) organised a multi-vendor demonstration this week of wireless M2M functionality using its latest standards.

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Sensinode creates platform for rapid development and management of challenging M2M apps

Oulu, Finland – Software provider, Sensinode Ltd, has released its NanoService™ Platform, a new scalable, back-end management platform. It is designed to enable the rapid deployment of challenging M2M systems by providing efficient management of nodes and their resources,

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Sensinode flocks to Shepherd

Telenor’s Objects unit plans to add support for Sensinode’s Nanoservices to its Shepherd managed M2M services; Sensinode has also joined the Telenor Objects partner network.

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Platform promises support for embedded web

Sensinode has announced its Nano Services strategy, which it says will provide the basis for comprehensive web services optimised for the unique constraints of M2M applications.

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Library updated for Texas Instruments platforms

Sensinode, a Finland-based provider of software to enable M2M connectivity using standard IP technology, has released version 2.0 of its Nanostack library

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