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food

The internet of things can make food safer, but no one wants to eat food with sensors embedded inside it. Instead, food processors and distributors are using advanced diagnostics to …

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machines

Elemental Machines wants to bring the internet of things to the world of scientific research. The company’s sensors monitor critical laboratory and production equipment, as well as invisible environmental variables. …

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North America

A growing number of smart cities are currently under development in North America. City authorities in several cities across the U.S are taking steps in order to implement smart city …

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Huawei

Huawei is one of the driving forces behind narrowband IoT, but the company may also capture a piece of the market for LTE Category M1 solutions. Its newest internet of …

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IoT

Platforms like Twilio and Kandy could fuel enterprise IoT The internet of things represents a huge opportunity for wireless carriers, but getting enterprise customers to choose cellular connectivity requires more …

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IoT

The inside-out deployment model could be the key to unlocking the benefits of IoT In the race to own the emerging internet of things (IoT) market, IoT networks, and IoT …

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chip

Carrier says Intel’s new Xeon platform cuts server count Intel has launched a new data center solution that the chipmaker says can support up to 5 times more transactions per …

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modules

IoT module makers Sierra Wireless and U-Blox have both announced modules that support two different cellular standards for low-power wide area connectivity. Both companies are bringing solutions that support LTE …

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luggage

Just in time for summer travel, luggage maker TUMI has launched a locator device to help travelers track lost baggage. The tracker, developed in partnership with the AT&T Foundry, uses …

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cities

As the world headquarters for AT&T, Dallas was an obvious choice for the telecom giant when it selected eight locations to test its smart city technologies. The company partnered with …

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