Qorvo®, a provider of innovative RF solutions that connect the world, is helping seniors live more independently in their homes with the help of a new eHealth system powered by the company’s chipsets for the Internet of Things (IoT).
The commoditisation of wireless attack tools is driving Wi-Fi hackers to focus their attention on intercepting and decoding traffic from wireless devices based on protocols such as Zigbee, Sigfox and Bluetooth along with RFID, LoRa, and 802.11 variations, according to researchers at WatchGuard Technologies.
Telink Semiconductor, developer of highly integrated low power radio-frequency and mixed signal system chips for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, will be demonstrating a number of applications for smart lighting, smart home, retail and logistics based on its devices at the Bluetooth Asia 2017 conference
At HUAWEI CONNECT 2017, Huawei launched its X-Gen Wi-Fi Solution, enabling a three-fold bandwidth increase and four-fold increase in the number of concurrent access users.
Advantech, an embedded computing provider, announces its latest IoT gateway aimed at empowering industrial IoT solutions by UTX-3117 fanless & extended-temp embedded box.
We all talk about interoperability a lot when it comes to the Internet of Things (IoT); the need for a common framework to ensure interoperability amongst the world of sensors we now inhabit.
Technology companies from around the world gathered to advance adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) through increased industry co-operation, as the global IoT standards initiative oneM2M held its second successful Industry Day on Wednesday, July 13 in Memphis, TN.
When the first mobile SIM was revealed 1991, it was the size of a credit card. Obviously phones were bigger then. Much bigger.
Connected devices or IoT seem to have become the de facto solution for any industry, today. An increase in connected devices leads to increase in the amount of data transferred, stored, computed, and consumed across networks and devices.
Deutsche Telekom, the incumbent German telecommunications service provider, says it wants to “smooth the way” for its 13 million customers into smart, connected homes by integrating Magenta SmartHome features in its Speedport Smart router.