Samsung Galaxy S20
Samsung is kicking off the new decade with a slate of new, powerful smartphones. The freshly unveiled, aptly named lineup of Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphones bring a slew of industry-leading features, from a camera setup powered by artificial intelligence to 5G and Wi-Fi 6 capabilities, along with attention-commanding AMOLED display panels boasting a class-leading refresh rate. These latest Galaxy smartphones also ditch the headphones jack.
5g and the future
ConsumerLab research from May 2019 that indicates half of all consumers are willing to pay a 20% premium for 5G over 4G. Operators can achieve higher Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) by offering added value to consumers beyond data and speed. Many operators are expected to offer 5G service bundles with their ecosystem partners; with services such as immersive media, cloud gaming and Live event experiences.
MultiTech Celebrates 50 Years of Innovation
MultiTech kicks off their #50YearsofInnovation celebration at CES 2020. Sara Brown, Vice President of Global Marketing at MultiTech, speaks to Robin Duke-Woolley, CEO of leading research and consultancy firm Beecham Research, about this incredible milestone and what comes next for the global manufacturer of M2M and IoT devices.
What are the next big trends in IoT?
What are the next big trends in IoT? Robin Duke Woolley, CEO of Beecham Research sits down with Alistair Fulton, Vice President and General Manager of Semtech’s Wireless and Sensing Products Group at CES2020 to discuss the industry-wide push toward the simplification of IoT application development and driving accessibility of the latest technologies towards a broader audience.
IoT Tech Expo Europe
Europe’s leading IoT Conference Series; the IoT Tech Expo Europe will return to the RAI Amsterdam on the 1-2 July 2020 to bring together key industries for two days of top level content and discussion.
Exploring the latest innovations within the Internet of Things and covering the impact it has on many industries including Manufacturing, Transport, Supply Chain, Insurance, Logistics, Government, Energy and Automotive, this conference is not to be missed.
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Telit announces world’s fastest mobile data card at CES 2020
Robin Duke Woolley, CEO of Beecham Research, caught up with Marco Stracuzzi, Head of Product Marketing for Telit, at CES 2020 to learn about their recent announcement of the world’s fastest mobile data card and how this innovation gives OEMs looking to quickly deploy next-generation products a competitive edge and is the final milestone for device makers before 5G.
Why the time to invest in the smart factory is now
Manufacturers must be ready to answer accelerated product cycles, master agility for changing market demands and navigate fragmented markets. Therefore, digital transformation should no longer be a wish list item — it’s a business imperative. Integrating the IoT can help manufacturers to stay ahead of the curve – by reducing operational costs, producing better products, minimising risks, optimising processes and ultimately creating better customer experiences.
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Nokia and SoftBank team up to complete world’s first 5G connected car test
Nokia has become the first telecommunications firm to successfully complete a trial demoing the use of non-standalone 5G technology for commercial operations of connected cars.
The testing was conducted by SoftBank at Japan’s Honda research and development site in Hokkaido.
SoftBank, a buyer of Nokia’s end-to-end 5G portfolio, installed non-standalone 5G networks that are suitable for testing connected vehicles. The test proved to be a breakthrough owing to Nokia’s 3GPP Release 15 compliant commercial-level 256QAM high-order modulation and 4x4 MIMO radio equipment were used.
An Open Source Effort to Encrypt the Internet of Things
End-to-end encryption is a staple of secure messaging apps like WhatsApp and Signal. It ensures that no one—not even the app developer—can access your data as it traverses the web. But what if you could bring some version of that protection to increasingly ubiquitous and notoriously insecure internet of things devices?
The Swiss cryptography firm Teserakt is trying just that. Earlier this month, at the Real World Crypto conference in New York, it introduced E4, a sort of cryptographic implant that IoT manufacturers can integrate into their servers. Today most IoT data is encrypted at some point as it moves across the web, but it's challenging to keep that protection consistent for the whole ride. E4 would do most of that work behind the scenes, so that whether companies make home routers, industrial control sensors, or webcams, all the data transmitted between the devices and their manufacturers can be encrypted.