Sierra Wireless, a provider of integrated device-to-cloud solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), has released alpha samples of its next-generation mangOH® open source hardware platform.
Dojo by BullGuard, a provider of IoT security platform for Communication Service Providers (CSPs), has launched the Dojo Intelligent IoT Vulnerability Scanner for CSPs. Designed as an easy-to-use, free app for customers, the Dojo Intelligent Scanner is powered by the Dojo IoT Security Intelligent Platform (DIP), a comprehensive, CSP-grade cybersecurity solution.
HERE Technologies and Sigfox announced a partnership to develop and deploy a global location servicethat will open new opportunities for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, particularly in supply chain and logistics.
Arrow Electronics has extended its SmartEverything family with the Tiger board, featuring the NXP® Semiconductors Kinetis KW41Z multi-protocol wireless MCU for extremely low-power connected devices. Ready to kick-start development, the Tiger board provides an ideal platform for products like smart door locks, portable healthcare technology,
At Small Cells World Summit in London, Ranplan Wireless will be featuring Ranplan Professional, its flagship product that bridges the gap between indoor and outdoor design to plan and deploy Small Cell, DAS and Wi-Fi networksacross in-building and densified urban environments in coordination.
Moscow City’s IT Department analysts announced the results of a large-scale research focusing on mobile internet services and affordability of mobile connection in a number of smart cities worldwide. The study indicates that Moscow’s citizens enjoyed the lowest average price for mobile internet services in 2017
MaxLinear, Inc, a provider of radio frequency (RF), analog, and mixed-signal integrated circuits for the connected home, wired and wireless infrastructure, and industrial and multimarket applications, announced its G.hn Wave 2 transceiver ICs have been selected by German home networking pioneer devolo
Wi-Fi’s use is already ubiquitous, but in the context of “Smart Everything” demand on this technology is set to increase exponentially as our ecosystems get “smarter”. From entire cities on a macro scale to individual homes and workplaces, as our collective desire for complete connectivity grows, we expect Wi-Fi to become the essential element.
The Broadband Forum published its User Services Platform (USP) – a new standard for implementing, deploying and managing all types of devices in the broadband home. For the first time, USP brings a unified, common approach to securely deploy, manage, and control network-aware consumer electronics,