hoopo, a company that claims to be “redefining geolocation technology” with high-accuracy low-power capabilities via the Internet of Things (IoT), has secured a $3.5 million (€3.1 million) funding round from Chartered HighTech JIHTV1 fund, TAU Ventures, and Global IoT Technology Ventures (GiTV).
Toshiba’s Client Solutions Division (CSD), a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., announced a strategic relationship with Ubimax as well as the full integration of the Ubimax Frontline application suite on Toshiba’s dynaEdgeTM AR Smart Glasses. Toshiba plans to demonstrate the Ubimax Frontline applications on its AR smart glasses during AWE 2018 this week in Santa Clara, [...]
Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation, as a Silicon Partner of Mbed (a device management solution for IoT platforms developed by Arm Ltd), acquired the certification of Mbed OS for its microcontrollers. Two evaluation boards that integrate these microcontrollers have been released on the ARM Mbed site.
Highlighted in the Government’s Made Smarter Review, industrial digitalisation technologies (IDTs) are transforming the manufacturing industry — that’s artificial intelligence (AI), 3D printing, intelligent software, virtual reality and cutting-edge robotics.
Where higher performance is required eMMC-based solid-state storage just isn’t as fast or robust as a full solid-state drive. New 3D Flash memory technology could change all that.
Whilst the selection criteria for Cloud data storage focus on physical size, reliability, speed and power consumption, data storage at IoT nodes has different priorities.
IAR Systems® has announced an expansion of its wide range of supported microcontrollers (MCUs) in the complete development toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM®.
The Linux Foundation, a non-profit organisation enabling mass innovation through open source, has announced the agenda for Embedded Linux Conference and OpenIoT Summit Europe, taking place October 11-13 in Berlin, Germany.
According to the latest research study released by Technavio, the global SSL and fluorescent lighting market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 15% until 2020.
As readers of this site will know, when Bluetooth was originally invented by Ericsson, Nokia, Intel and Toshiba, it was intended to act as a way of providing cable-free connections between computers with mobile phones, PDAs, printers and other computer peripherals. The story goes that Bluetooth was given its name, because of Harald Bluetooth, the king who unified Denmark and Norway.
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