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IoT network & platform enable industrial solutions

Enabling the fast, secure and cost-effective implementation of industrial IoT solutions, PLAT.ONE and SIGFOX have announced a partnership. Designed for two-way, small-message device communication, the SIGFOX global IoT network extends the battery and service life of connected devices and removes the cost and energy-use barriers to wide adoption of the IoT. The network is operating in several European countries and will begin deployment in the U.S. this year.
3rd November 2014

WiFi server enables the development of IoT applications

WiFi server enables the development of IoT applications
Enabling quick and easy serial-to-WiFi connectivity, the xPico WiFi SMT embedded device server has been released by Lantronix. The server is designed to meet the requirements of OEM design engineers and developers seeking to develop IoT applications which require direct access to device data via smartphone etc. The device extends the features of Lantronix's existing xPico WiFi module to a surface-mountable form factor.
24th October 2014

u-blox & Telenor make network friendly M2M modems

u-blox & Telenor make network friendly M2M modems
  u-blox and Telenor Connexion have collaborated to secure efficient and optimised usage of M2M/IoT devices and applications in mobile networks. The aim is to further enable rapid growth and accelerate deployments of connected solutions.
22nd October 2014


IoT devices are first to be chip level WiFi CERTIFIED

IoT devices are first to be chip level WiFi CERTIFIED
Claiming to be the first company to have a chip achieve WiFi Alliance certification, Texas Instruments' SimpleLink WiFi CC3100 and CC3200 devices are now WiFi CERTIFIED at the chip level. Designed for the IoT, the CC3100 and CC3200 chips have been confirmed to contain all the software and hardware features on-chip needed to interoperate with a WiFi network.
21st October 2014

Gateway software supports IoT devices

Gateway software supports IoT devices
Lantiq has integrated support for the ULE Alliance’s HAN FUN (Home Area Network FUNctionality) protocol into its software powering the xRX 200/300 Gateway SoC families, advancing it's strategy to make the broadband gateway the central node for smart home networks. IoT devices are supported by the integration of the HAN FUN protocol, which allows gateways based on Lantiq chipsets to act as a home automation hub. 
15th October 2014

Gateway simplifies installation into IoT environments

Gateway simplifies installation into IoT environments
Designed for the IoT, the ICO300 industrial gateway has been released by Axiomtek. Powered by the 22nm E3815 (1.46GHz) Intel Atom processor, the gateway features a din-rail, fanless and rugged design. The industrial gateway, which supports up to 4GB DDR3L system memory, is offered with wireless support, four RS-232/422/485 ports, two isolated Gigabit Ethernet ports and two high-speed USB 2.0 ports.
13th October 2014

Processor core eases integration of IoT devices

Designed for low-power, connected intelligent devices, the APS23 processor core has been introduced by Cortus. Based on the company's v2 instruction set, the core improves efficiency, eases integration and lowers the total cost of ownership. The v2 instruction set reduces the size of the system's instruction memory, allowing the processor core to reduce embedded system power.
9th October 2014

IoT design competition is launched

IoT design competition is launched
RS Components and LPRS celebrate 25 years of working together with the introduction of an IoT themed design competition. Solving an existing problem or a completely new invention, entries must be concept based around an application for the IoT which uses LPRS’ eRIC transceiver modules and a wireless gateway.
6th October 2014

Express Logic Develops X-Ware Platform to Fast-Track ARM-Based IoT Development

Express Logic Develops X-Ware Platform to Fast-Track ARM-Based IoT Development
Express Logic, Inc has launched X-Ware Platform, target-specific, integrated development software that delivers all X-Ware components (ThreadX, NetX, USBX, FileX, GUIX, and TraceX) pre-ported and fully integrated for use on specific development boards. Recognizing ARM’s market leadership in the IoT space, Express Logic has tailored its initial X-Ware Platform offerings to the ARM developer community. By integrating its high-quality, widely respected ThreadX RTOS and middleware components for use on specific targets, Express Logic’s X-Ware Platform simplifies and accelerates IoT development for products aimed at markets such as home automation, smart metering, industrial control, medical devices, and more.
3rd October 2014

Wearable tech and IoT pave the way for a $300m printed/thin/flexible batteries market by 2024

Wearable tech and IoT pave the way for a $300m printed/thin/flexible batteries market by 2024
Form factor is becoming a major driver shaping innovation and transforming the energy storage industry globally. This is fuelled by the emergence of new market categorises such as wearable electronic devices and Internet of Things, which demand thinness and flexibility. These needs add a new force to current prevalent market drivers such as cost reduction and power/energy density increases.
3rd October 2014


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