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IoT integration platform simplifies device & data management

IoT integration platform simplifies device & data management
Eurotech has announced the official release of Everyware Cloud 3.5, the M2M/IoT Integration Platform built to simplify device and data management by connecting distributed devices over secure and reliable cloud services. Once devices are deployed, the Everyware Cloud allows users to connect, configure and manage devices through the lifecycle, from deployment through maintenance to retirement.
11th February 2015

WiFi modules enable the development of M2M & IoT devices

WiFi modules enable the development of M2M & IoT devices
To enable the development of M2M and IoT devices, Connect One has selected Broadcom’s BCM43362 WICED WiFi SoC for use within its G2 WiFi modules. Together with Connect One’s iChip Internet Controller, the SoC enables increased functionality and ease-of-integration in home automation, medical, security, industrial control, smart grid, asset management and POS. 
9th February 2015

Can pre-validated modules provide a faster route to the IoT?

Can pre-validated modules provide a faster route to the IoT?
With a seemingly countless number of connected devices, the IoT will be a gigantic growth market in the coming years. With the right solution, developers can concentrate on their core competencies and access the required specialist know-how in the shape of affordable, reliable and pre-validated modules. By Zeljko Loncaric, Marketing Engineer, congatec.
6th February 2015


Low power wireless technologies for the IoT

Low power wireless technologies for the IoT
  Which low-power wireless technologies will dominate as the IoT rolls out? Steve Rogerson looks at the contenders.
5th February 2015

2G cellular modems enable M2M & IoT applications

2G cellular modems enable M2M & IoT applications
  Designed for M2M and IoT applications, the ZEST range of 2G cellular modems has been introduced by Siretta. Featuring a dual-band GSM/GPRS terminal, the modems provide cellular data connectivity for applications to be deployed in a wide range of countries including within EMEA and Asia. 
4th February 2015

Smart antenna positioning modules enable IoT technology

Enabling the adoption of IoT technology, Telit Wireless Solutions has introduced positioning modules with embedded smart antennas. Measuring 11x11mm, the Jupiter SE868-A multi-constellation GNSS module features embedded Flash memory and integrated LNA on one side and an SMT antenna on the other. The Galileo ready device supports simultaneous tracking of GPS, QZSS and Glonass.
29th January 2015

IoT provider ramps up device intelligence & pools resources

IoT provider ramps up device intelligence & pools resources
B&B Electronics, rebranded as B+B SmartWorx, is aiming to increase the intelligence in its network connectivity offering, embedding intelligence throughout the network connectivity stack, from edge device to network backbone. The company is also introducing an ecosystem of complementary technologies, ideas and resources for its global IoT partners.
23rd January 2015

IoT cloud services at Embedded World 2015

At Embedded World 2015, LPRS will be collaborating with ESL Smart Solutions, its new IoT cloud services partner. LPRS will have a model stairlift in action, as a practical demonstration of the use of the platform, showing the value of live data for alarm and predictive maintenance purposes being available to OEMs via the cloud.
14th January 2015

Silicon intelligence enables IoT's versatility

Silicon intelligence enables IoT's versatility
“The Internet of Tomorrow is here today.” What does this mean? It means replacing the old ways with technology, not just at work, but in your car, your home, and in your community. It can mean having a toaster that turns bread your favorite shade of brown, a car dashboard that brims with computer apps, home appliances that you turn on and off from afar, or a watch that tells you how many yards you hit that golf ball.
14th January 2015

Providing protection for the 'Internet of Tiny Things'

Even devices with minimal processing resources can now implement Internet access, which makes securing these resource constrained devices a challenging necessity. By Alan Grau, David West, Icon Labs.
12th January 2015


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