Organisations looking to break into the ever-expanding world of the ‘Internet of Things’ are faced with the monstrous challenge of designing, developing, and deploying their IoT applications, all while trying to source, integrate, and manage the infrastructure that operates behind the scenes to make these applications work.
Before taking on this challenge to launch a connected [...]
Sorry to say this, but M2M still frightens a lot of people. Not me, obviously. Ha! But, er, I’ve got this friend and he’s a bit nervous about the enormous potential for IoT.
The big news before Mobile World Congress was the announcement of Cisco’s agreed offer of US$1.4 billion to purchase, Jasper, the California-based IoT services platform provider.
KORE has agreed to buy Wyless for an undisclosed sum, “making close to a quarter of a billion dollar player” in the Internet of Things (IoT). So says KORE’s CEO, Alex Brisbourne, talking to IoT Now today prior to the announcement.
3Cinteractive (3C) and Wyless have announced that Wyless will be using the 3C Switchblade Platform as the two-way messaging enablement technology for Wyless’ machine-to-machine (M2M) and IoT solutions.
Wyless will now support 2G connectivity via T-Mobile’s network through the end of 2020. This is an important announcement for Wyless’ 2G GSM customer base that can now operate without interruption while crafting a long-term migration plan to 4G LTE.
evolve telecom and IoT provider Wyless have announced a new partnership. Under this new collaboration evolve telecom and Wyless jointly aim to deliver best-in-class IoT services in the UK.
Think East Coast telecoms, writes Guy Daniels, and the chances are you’ll come up with some of the big names in network innovation – from the industrial data canvas suburbs of Boston, through New Jersey and down to the technology corridor of northern Virginia.
Mike Coffey, President and CEO, Wyless discusses: – The Wyless emphasis on customer focus & delivery – Enabling customers to securely control their own destinies – Wyless & the developing world of IoT
There’s always a danger when you get too closely involved in any new technology movement that you can be accused of ‘having drunk too deeply of the Kool Aid’. For the IoT sector of sectors – an accurate term given its huge and continually growing diversity – those early visions are now turning into commercial reality at a rate that’s startling even to industry veterans.
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