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Austin-based chip-maker Silicon Labs has released a hardware and software solution for large-scale mesh networks based on the Wirepas Massive protocol. It has partnered with Finnish IoT connectivity company Wirepas …

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Austin-based chip-maker Silicon Labs has announced a new range of system-on-chips (SoCs) with support for Wi-SUN, an alternative for low-power wide-area (LPWA) networking like LoRaWAN and Sigfox. It said its …

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Amazon has selected LoRa for its new Sidewalk wireless networking platform, running in 900 MHz spectrum, according to Semtech. Camarillo-based Semtech hailed its technology’s move into the consumer space. At …

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Amazon, Apple, Google, and the Zigbee Alliance have announced a working group, under the name Connected Home over IP, to develop and promote a new, royalty-free connectivity standard to increase …

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Silicon Valley’s internet of things developers conference has laid claim to a key audience within the IoT ecosystem: the developers who create the software and embedded systems to connect devices …

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Panel:  View from the Top: IoT – Things to come Moderator Tom Hackenberg,  Principal Analyst, Embedded Processors | Technology, Media & Telecom at IHS Markit is joined by Daniel Cooley, Senior …

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Silicon Labs recently released its new Thunderboard React, a cloud-connected, Bluetooth-enabled, sensor-driven IoT developer kit that lets customers demo, evaluate and develop their own projects. To show off the capabilities of the …

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Mobile edge computing, partner ecosystems will be key to the future of smart cities, experts say AUSTIN, Texas—Tyson Tuttle, CEO of Silicon Labs and moderator of a panel this week …

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As low-power networks take off, what’s the place of Bluetooth? Invented by Ericsson in the early 1990s and initially standardized in 1999, most people associate Bluetooth with connectivity between a …

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The Thread Group, an organization composed of in-home “Internet of Things” device manufacturers, announced the first phase of its product certification program called Thread 1.0. Thread, along with security testing partner UL, …

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