Internet of Things (IoT) newcomer, Riot Micro is claiming that a radical design approach applying BLE/Wi-Fi architecture has delivered a new cellular IoT solution with cost/power levels that are characteristic of short-range wireless systems. Here Peter Wong, CEO, tells Jeremy Cowan how Riot has reinvented itself as an IoT chipset maker.
CEL is introducing a variety of new RF switches that have been designed as easy drop-in replacements for a wide range of existing RF products, as well as for new designs.
They call it platooning, but I can think of another word for lorries that act like trains, says Nick Booth.
Driverless lorries: now there’s an idea to strike fear into everyone,
ABOX42 GmbH, a supplier of IPTV, OTT and Hybrid-DVB Set-Top-Box platforms, has introduced its new Smart Home solution ABOX42.IO for international operators to the Smart Home market.
The speed at which technology trends evolve these days is amazing. When we are still in the middle of the Cloud revolution,
Apple has lost its habitual ‘leader’ position to Android in the eternal smartphone performance battle. This is according to the Q2 2016 State of Mobile Device Performance and Health report released by Blancco Technology Group.
The Machine to Machine (M2M) / Internet of Things (IoT) sector is currently a Babel of proprietary systems and competing standards. However, several important consortia are working on standards and shared platforms to help combat fragmentation and the preservation of unwarranted data siloes.
WiFi, or Wireless LAN, connectivity has been a growing trend in the information technology sector for many years and it remains one of the fastest growing segments, second only to security (Gartner), reported 27 Caldicot, UK-based Westbase Technology.
Automated communications provider, ANT Telecom is working with Paralloy, a manufacturer of specialist cast tubes and fittings for use in high temperature and corrosive environments, to provide a lone worker solution that will enhance the safety of its ‘at risk’ workforce.
Security and Privacy
Big cloud service providers are already thinking about how to bring the Internet of Things together on an enterprise scale. IBM, Microsoft, Amazon, and Samsung (they’re obsessed with the IoT) have all developed platforms to help businesses manage their Things.
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