Amazon and Eero announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement under which Amazon will acquire Eero. Eero’s home mesh Wi-Fi systems set up in minutes and blanket every room of a customer’s home in high-performing,
The Internet of Things is moving from infancy to maturity and from limited implementation to large scale, enterprise-wide adoption. It is reaching a tipping point where ‘things’ need to incorporate intelligence and control as well as connectivity.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has opened a new IoT Innovation Lab in Geneva, Switzerland. It is designed to help customers make use of the large amounts of data generated by devices, machines, assets and sensors working at the network edge. As an HPE spokesman tells, IoT Now‘s editorial director, Jeremy Cowan, the edge is anywhere outside data centres.
Wikipedia, the world’s largest free-content encyclopaedia, now has more than 41 million articles in 294 languages. If printed, the English articles alone would form an impressive, but unrealistic 2,512 volumes.
Taoglas, a provider of IoT and automotive antenna and RF solutions, has completed its acquisition of ThinkWireless, Inc., an antenna provider that specialises in the design, development and production of combination antenna systems for the commercial vehicle market.
Security Alarms & Co, a Swiss developer of intelligent home security solutions, has selected Sierra Wireless IoT Services to enable highly resilient cellular connectivity for its Arhub home security smart hub. Sierra Wireless, provides integrated device-to-cloud solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT).
‘The key to consumer connectivity needs and interoperability is standardisation and certification of devices’ – that was the message given by the marketing chair of HomeGrid Forum, Livia Rosu at this year’s Total Telecom Congress.
It’s no accident that the promise of the IoT has been slower than the headline-hungry tech media has reported over the years. Several factors – including security and privacy concerns, lack of interoperability, and poor network performance – have left consumers uncertain.
Calix, Inc. has launched the Calix GigaSpire powered by EXOS, the Experience Operating System. Subscribers are spending more than $2 billion (€1.75 billion) each year with consumer electronics retailers in a quest to improve their Wi-Fi and smart home connectivity.
The growth in Wi-Fi continues unabated, with increasing volumes of Wi-Fi devices and traffic, an adoption breakthrough in Next Generation Hotspot (NGH) Passpoint, and increasing confidence around the commercial deployment and specification of next generation technology Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax).
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