Category: IoT

ZigBee and the smart metering phenomenon

It certainly hasn’t been an easy ride for ZigBee! Its journey has, in fact, been a pretty bumpy one full of the usual potholes and dead-ends that face many a new wireless technology.

The long and winding road to 2025

The technology sector probably invokes the most remarkable sense of nostalgia out of any industry. 10 years ago, the smartphone as we know it today was yet to be invented. Intelligence Annual Industry Survey 2016

Building on the success of our prestigious Annual Industry Survey, the 2016 edition is the largest undertaking we’ve embarked on to date. This year’s survey took in the thoughts and perspectives of more than 1,500 telecoms professionals with a staggering cumulative experience of 24,000 years. As usual we begin with our comprehensive sweep of the […]

Finding success in the Integration of Things

The first step companies must take to reap the full range of benefits IoT can provide is to become aware of the value context can provide in building a seamless and efficient IoT environment.

Sony acquires Altair in major LTE and IoT move

Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony has made a major move to boost its LTE capability and position itself strongly in the IoT market with the acquisition of Israeli chip-maker Altair Semiconductor.

Steps forward for IoT in 2016

Despite the hype, IoT technology is not something new; it’s the latest stage of a market that is constantly evolving.

Connected cars ramp up a gear at CES 2016

AT&T, Ericsson, Ford, Volvo and BMW have revealed new strides taken in driving in-car connectivity innovations, while Faraday Future has announced its new, 1000-horsepower electric concept car.

Vodafone, Huawei demo NB-IoT in water meter

Vodafone, along with Huawei, has laid claim to successfully completing the first commercial trial deployment of internet of things technology based on narrowband technology.

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