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DALLAS–“Anything that can be digitalized will be.” That is how Nik Willets, deputy CEO of TM Forum, opened the keynote session titled “Embracing the new digital business reality,” at this …

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DALLAS–Craig Bachmann, senior director of open digital/IoE at TM Forum, opened up the internet of everything track of TM Forum Innovation InFocus this week with a talk titled “Forum InFocus: Enabling …

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LPWA: low cost, fast expansion DALLAS–Dave Kjendal, CTO and vice president of engineering at Senet, a LoRaWAN network provider, gave a talk titled “Enabling rapid IoT network deployment to capture …

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DALLAS–Allen Proithis, president of Sigfox North America, gave a keynote address titled “Power to the devices,” at this week’s LPWA Americas event. He spoke of the current state of IoT …

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The Allseen Alliance earlier this month merged with the Open Connectivity Foundation with plans to operate under the OCF name in working towards interoperability in the “internet of things” market …

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Keeping things cool with IoT monitoring Every time the door to a milk cooler or freezer does not close properly, an alarm goes off on a computer screen in a …

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HONG KONG — Qualcomm announced today strong ecosystem adoption from industry OEMs for its MDM9206 LTE internet of things (IoT) modem. The IoT modem, announced last year, is a connectivity solution for …

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Network topology guide for IoT A network topology is how computers, printers and other devices are connected, and describes the layout of wires, devices and routing paths on a network. …

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Intel

The connected car changes everything Of all the domains IoT has impacted, the automotive industry, with its connected car, seems to be creating the most interest from both enterprises and consumers. …

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Multi-Tech announced a 4G-LTE Cat 1 version of its SocketModem Cell earlier this month. The device offers peak upload data rates of up to 5 Mbps and download data rates …

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