# This Week’s News
AT&T strengthens Internet of Things (IoT) offerings with Gemalto’s remote subscription management solution
Thingsquare has announced the availability of an IoT Sensortag starter kit, in collaboration with Texas Instruments and Weptech.
In-car Cleverness (IcC) is collaborating with Aeris to deliver “even more consistent” IoT automotive cellular data and charge-free roaming across Europe – and the rest of the world – to its customers.
The vision of Bread, Inc. is to make electronics development economically viable and accessible to all. The company aims to make connected hardware prototyping easy and fun for everyone – be they start-ups, makers, students, businesses or original equipment makers (OEMs).
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, announced two new critically important elements of the Qualcomm® Network designed to deliver simple, consistent and seamless connected experiences.
NXP Semiconductors N.V. has announced a new test bed for enabling a broad range of secure services on wearables and other connected devices.
AT&T is making it easier for businesses to succeed with the Internet of Things (IoT). Greater efficiencies, new revenue streams, lower operating costs and customer satisfaction are just a few reasons why businesses are interested in IoT.
Qorvo®, a provider of RF solutions that connect the world, and ubisys, a smart home and Internet of Things (IoT) company, have developed a new ultra-compatible gateway solution.
Greenwave Systems’ AXON Platform® for Conversational IoT, announced, is a carrier-grade smart gateway that supports a hands-free, voice-activated speaker with a customisable wake-up word and open architecture.
# IoT Industry Information
Internet of Things will drive growth for the internet space in future, as it holds tremendous potential, according to a report.
The Internet of Things (IoT) will continue its phenomenal growth into 2017 and beyond, however, what does that mean for your business? The overall hype would make this seem like the gold rush days, but the reality is many companies have either failed or not achieved anticipated results.
# People in IoT
The Board of Governors of the IoT M2M Council (IMC) – with 20,000 members, the largest and fastest-growing trade group serving the IoT sector –has named Joel Young, CTO of Digi International, as its new chairman.
# Investment News
The Internet of Things (IoT) revolution, set to facilitate communication between billions of connected devices, has inspired tech companies from new startups to old-guard IT providers to move quickly in order to carve out a piece of the emerging market.
# Blog Posts and Articles
A LANARKSHIRE company is aiming for growth after launching an Internet of Things-enabled vehicle identification system that helps fleet operators, such as bus companies, hauliers and local authorities, to track crucial data.
The 1990s were a time of innovation within the software industry, as companies realised that they could increase productivity and streamline operations by reinvigorating business processes.
Cozmo had taken the butter dish and pushed it off the table. His eyes lit up the same way a kid’s do when he’s done something naughty and funny. Then he did a naughty little dance.
Leaders from the public and private sectors recently analyzed the relationship between federal spectrum policy and the Internet of Things (IoT) at the Fifth Annual Winnik International Telecoms and Internet Forum.
Today, technology is shaping both business and society like never before and playing an increasing role in everything we do.
It maybe the dying embers of 2016, but in the IoT world the issue of security is burning brightly as the industry gears up for an era of intense collaboration to address the challenges ahead.
As we say goodbye to 2016, it’s almost required, as analysts, that we put together an outlook for the year to come.
The Internet of Things has already infiltrated the consumer market with everyday smart products, such as your thermostat, remote control and alarm system.
One of the biggest cybersecurity stories of 2016 was the surge in online attacks caused by poorly-secured “Internet of Things” (IoT) devices such as Internet routers, security cameras, digital video recorders (DVRs) and smart appliances.
Barely one in ten homes in Europe have a smart home system in place. One reason for these rather low figures is that manufacturers of smart home solutions used to focus on exclusive and often expensive systems that are incompatible with each other.
As the biggest consumer electronics companies in the world unveil their latest new products, Martin Garner, SVP, Internet at CCS Insight examines some key themes at the show.
Dermot O’Shea, joint CEO of antenna specialists Taoglas, is optimistic about several key aspects of the Internet of Things (IoT) in the year ahead.
# Conferences and Webinars
As consumers watch another wave of home IoT devices emerge from CES this week, they’ll still be waiting for one technology that can make all those products work together.
You could just buy a smart light bulb set, but for a lot of consumers (reportedly more than 5 million of you, as of November 2016), it’s Amazon’s voice-activated Alexa that will be the entry point for controlling devices around your home.
The ULE Alliance will show its first multi-vendor ULE Smart Home demonstration at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. All the latest Ultra Low Energy innovations will be showcased in one place.
Smart cities and the building of digital economies will become new areas of focus for the FTTH Council Asia-Pacific, as it announced details of its next Annual Conference and new board of directors which will take the council’s successful fiber roll-out program to the next level.