iBasis joins IMC as enterprise demand for global connectivity spikes
iBasis is moving into IoT sectors such as connected cars, shipping, and asset tracking with its “Global Access for Things” service that includes connectivity with 700 mobile networks worldwide and a network-level data analysis solution.
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Stratus Technologies collaborates with Microsoft to accelerate Internet of Things solutions
Stratus provides simple, protected and autonomous Edge Computing solutions that keep business-critical systems running. The Stratus ztC Edge platform is a rugged, secure, highly-automated industrial computing platform that protects and delivers mission critical applications quickly, reliably, and efficiently in distributed, under-resourced locations.
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Telit adds new cellular Low Power Wide Area modules to portfolio
Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), announced two new Narrow Band-IoT modules to the Telit portfolio, the NE310H2-W1 and NL865H2-W1. With a global set of bands from Telit unified family form factors, the modules are ideal for 2G to 4G NB-IoT transition and offer the lowest power consumption for battery-driven applications that will help optimise cost.
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MediaTek collaborates with Microsoft to accelerate the development of Internet of Things solutions
Under MediaTek’s Rich IoT program, the company is offering the MT8362B targeted at a wide range of voice AI, embedded and industrial devices. The MT8362B is a system-on-chip (SoC) platform and its Evaluation Kit, Pumpkin i300 EVK, is available on Seeed Studio. The chipset supports Android 9.0 and Yocto Linux OS solutions based on Kernel version 4.19. The drivers are being pushed upstream to the mainline Kernel project for long term support which is critical for the IoT market.
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IIJ and Links Field Networks form strategic alliance for expansion of SoftSIM business
Based on this agreement, the two parties collaborate with each other and jointly promote the technical development and service deployment of the SoftSIM solutions for IoT device manufacturers, aiming to further develop the IoT business in the Japanese market.
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Taoglas and u-blox bring centimetre-level GNSS positioning solution to IoT applications
U‑blox, a global provider of positioning and wireless communication technologies, announced that Taoglas, a provider of next‑generation IoT solutions, has developed a centimetre‑level GNSS positioning solution. Comprising a high precision L1/L2/E5 GNSS receiver, the u‑blox ZED‑F9P, all the required RF electronics and antennas in a single package, the Taoglas Edge Locate positioning module simplifies the development and deployments of IoT solutions that depend on high precision positioning information.
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Renesas and Altair Semiconductor announce collaboration for cellular IoT solutions
As a first step of this collaboration, Renesas and Altair plan to develop cellular IoT solutions with CAT-M and NB-IoT dual mode chipsets and technologies. They will also design a variety of development tools and software to further streamline the adoption of cellular IoT solutions for industrial and consumer applications.
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Veego reveals breakthrough connected home solution for Internet Service Providers
The AI-embellished, home router-resident Veego Agent continuously monitors the behavior of devices and services while it autonomously detects, analyzes and resolves malfunctions and behavior anomalies as they occur.
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Rocky Mountain Power to deploy Itron IoT solution to modernise its electricity grid
Rocky Mountain Power will utilise OpenWay Riva to modernise its grid, improve service reliability and reduce costs. With the solution, which features distributed intelligence capabilities, the utility will have the ability to realise significant advantages such as outage detection, meter-to-transformer mapping and meter temperature monitoring.
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Nodle claims a practical solution to crowdsource connectivity for the next trillion things
By joining the The Citizen Network, Nodle Cash app users are able to earn cryptocurrency through everyday activities such as walking, exploring their surroundings, and traveling along their regular commute. Smartphones running the Nodle Cash app will be able to pick up signals from any IoT connected devices.
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Device Authority and Venafi announce code signing service integration for KeyScale
Device Authority’s KeyScaler platform provides an automated solution to provision unique certificates, signed by a pre-configured Certificate Authority, to IoT devices – without requiring any human intervention. Additionally, Device Authority will create a new Certificate Authority service connector for the Venafi Platform. This will allow KeyScaler customers to use the Venafi platform as a source for certificate issuance.
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Telit’s deviceWISE Asset Gateway software accelerates industrial Edge and IoT solutions
These 4.0 appliances provide edge intelligence for industrial asset management, secure remote access, device management, enterprise integration, OT to IT data exchange and processing, and other mission-critical IoT applications across industrial markets around the world.
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Eseye partners with Gemalto to simplify and accelerate global IoT deployment
The two companies are creating a suite of plug-and-play IoT modules and terminals that combine Eseye’s class leading AnyNet Secure SIM and SIM application technology with Gemalto’s eSIM and IoT module capabilities, embedded firmware, and security. This will ensure a consistent global ‘out-of-box’ experience and behaviour for IoT devices that simplifies and automates secure connectivity into hyperscale cloud provider Amazon Web Services (AWS).
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Semtech’s LoRa devices create an efficient monitoring solution for reducing energy consumption
IHM Pacific and Andrea Informatique’s electricity meters leverage Semtech’s LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol to offer significant improvements over traditional metering solutions in both applications of electricity metering for utilities and sub metering.
LoRa-based smart meters do not require additional external cabling (IP, RS485 or pulse network cabling). This allows for greater ease of installation with solutions to quickly deploy in 2 DIN rails, a standard mount for meter equipment racks. Simplified deployment significantly reduces the cost of installation for the customer, which typically accounts for 40% of the total cost of ownership.
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