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RS issues 'Make with Mesh' design challenge

RS issues 'Make with Mesh' design challenge
‘Make With Mesh’, is a design challenge based around IoT Bluetooth technologies, issued by RS Components in partnership with Cypress Semiconductor. The competition challenges creative minds to see what kind of projects they can come up with based around one, or both, or even multiple units of Cypress’ new Bluetooth IoT boards.
24th May 2019

Global deal buttresses IoT security

Global deal buttresses IoT security
A global agreement with Infineon and Arkessa will extend Arrow Electronics’ ability to support customers with cellular communications for the Internet of Things (IoT). Security remains one of the top concerns for organisations for connected devices.
22nd May 2019

Test automation project unveiled by Keysight and Nokia

Test automation project unveiled by Keysight and Nokia
The launch of the Open Test Automation Project (OpenTAP) has ben announced by Keysight Technologies and Nokia. OpenTAP provides an open-source, scalable architecture that enhances and accelerates the development of automation solutions within the test and measurement (T&M) ecosystem, with demonstrated success in 5G network equipment manufacturing.
21st May 2019


University kits up with Rohde & Schwarz equipment

University kits up with Rohde & Schwarz equipment
Rohde & Schwarz has won a contract to supply test equipment for the Electronic Engineering IoT living laboratory at the University of Aalborg. The IoT living lab is central to the University’s teaching of Electronic Engineering, and used for experimental Internet of things (IoT) projects by technical staff, MEng and masters students.
21st May 2019

University EE lab plumps for Rohde & Schwarz test gear

University EE lab plumps for Rohde & Schwarz test gear
Rohde & Schwarz is to supply test equipment for the newly refurbished Electronic Engineering teaching laboratory at the University of Essex. The laboratory is central to the University’s teaching of Electronic Engineering, and is used by undergraduate, MEng and Masters Students.
14th May 2019

More than half of IT staff frustrated by nasty network surprises

More than half of IT staff frustrated by nasty network surprises
  According to networking monitoring company, Paessler, the number one frustration for UK IT staff is being caught out by network issues. IT staff across the UK confessed to their biggest frustrations in the workplace. The top two issues being networks unexpectedly failing with no warning (63%) and end-users reporting problems before IT even knew about them (54%).
8th May 2019

Significant growth driven across Delphix business

Significant growth driven across Delphix business
Delphix has announced continued momentum across its portfolio of top global enterprises. During its fiscal year 2019, Delphix reported significant expansion amongst its customer use cases, and industry validation from global partners like Capgemini, Accenture, AWS, Microsoft, and SAP. With GDPR in full swing, many businesses in the UK are feeling the pressure of compliance. In fact, over 10,000 organisations in the UK have already been hit by data breaches since the regulation came into play in May 2018.
8th May 2019

Partnership brings innovative nuSIM solution

Partnership brings innovative nuSIM solution
A global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), Telit, has announced that it is a key partner for Deutsche Telekom’s nuSIM initiative. The achievement is the latest milestone in Telit’s longstanding partnership with Deutsche Telekom to grow the IoT market by providing breakthrough technologies and services.
8th May 2019

System upgrade enables easier 5G NR testing

System upgrade enables easier 5G NR testing
Pairing the Rohde & Schwarz CMX500 with ETS-Lindgren’s CTIA-compliant EMQuest Antenna Measurement software and regulatory-compliant TILE! emissions and immunity software will provide comprehensive 5G OTA and EMC/EMI test capabilities.
7th May 2019

The role of connector technology in the smart building revolution

The role of connector technology in the smart building revolution
Gone are the days when a building was just walls, one or more floors and a roof, with a few doors and windows. Today’s buildings are highly sophisticated living/working spaces that have the ability to monitor and control themselves, and can also communicate with the world around them. Technology is bringing whole new levels of comfort, security and operational efficiency to such premises’ occupants, operators and owners.  Guest blog written by Mark Patrick, Mouser Electronics.
3rd May 2019


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