Some of the buzzwords gaining steam in the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial IoT (IIoT) world are “fog computing” or “edge computing.” My preference, says R. Scott Raynovich, founder and chief analyst of Futuriom, is for the term edge computing, because it accurately describes the IoT market,
Smart devices have arguably made consumers’ lives easier, and as they become more affordable, more of us are investing in the IoT. However, all too often, these smart devices are being manufactured with affordability in mind and security as an afterthought.
Trusted Objects, a security provider for the Internet of Things (IoT), and UnaBiz, a Singapore-based IoT-dedicated network operator, are partnering to deliver hardware-based security to the Sigfox network in Asia.
Industrial applications of IoT technology and solutions provide some of the most high-value use cases of the connected technology. From logistics to improving environmental applications, says Neil Hamilton, VP of Business Development at Thingstream,
Kyocera Corporation announced that its subsidiary, Kyocera Communication Systems Co., Ltd. (KCCS) has started providing Internet of Things (IoT) network services in Japan based on the Sigfox global IoT network.
Singapore-based IoT-dedicated network operator, UnaBiz has announced a simple pay-per-use smart button at Mobile World Congress.
You and your family’s air quality / pollution is becoming a bigger challenge every day. Millions of people die every year from issues caused by air quality and pollution. And clean water becomes more of a global issue with each passing day.
Trusted Objects, a specialist in security for the Internet of Things (IoT), has released its Secure Element (SE) designed for connected solutions on the Sigfox network.
Teleena, a global IoT and MVNO enabler, and Tvilight, European provider of professional end-to-end street lighting control solutions, announced that the companies are expanding their current partnership.
The telecom industry is good at generating confusion, says freelance IoT and communications writer, Bob Emmerson. LTE Cat-1 services are being launched in the States but not NB-IoT (LTE Cat NB1 is the official term), which only arrives in 2018.
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