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SIGFOX-ready SoC enables long-range IoT connectivity

Having achieved the SIGFOX-ready certification, Atmel’s ATA8520 device is claimed to be the industry's first SIGFOX ReadyTM certified SoC. Low cost, long-range and low-power wireless connectivity for a wide array of IoT applications is enabled by the combination of Atmel’s SIGFOX-certified IC with SIGFOX’s proprietary network.
13th November 2014

Broadcom Creates Network of More Than 40 Channel Partners to Serve Accelerating IoT and Ethernet Markets

Broadcom Creates Network of More Than 40 Channel Partners to Serve Accelerating IoT and Ethernet Markets
Broadcom Corporation today announced the addition of more than 40 channel partners, optimized to serve the expanding Internet of Things (IoT) and high volume Ethernet IC markets. The company's new scalable sales model provides the structure and broad ecosystem needed to meet increasing demand from thousands of developers seeking access to its growing portfolio of mass market products.
11th November 2014

Digi International Launches the XBee ZigBee Cloud Kit

Digi International today announced the launch of the XBee ZigBee Cloud Kit, a new all-in-one kit that allows anyone with an interest in M2M and the Internet of Things to quickly build a wireless hardware prototype, connect it to the Internet, and control it from the cloud.
11th November 2014


Bluetooth modules simplify connectivity to IoT products

Bluetooth modules simplify connectivity to IoT products
Simplifying the addition of wireless connectivity to IoT products such as healthcare devices, sports and fitness equipment, wearable computers, home and entertainment devices and mobile/PC accessories, a Bluetooth Smart module has been released by TAIYO YUDEN. The EYSFCNZXX module conforms to Bluetooth v4.0 low energy (Bluetooth Smart) and has radio type-approval in the US (FCC), Canada (IC RSS) and Japan (MIC), reducing time-to-market.
7th November 2014

IoT connectivity modules support WiFi & Bluetooth

IoT connectivity modules support WiFi & Bluetooth
  Texas Instruments have announced WiLink 8 combo connectivity modules, which support WiFi in the 2.4 and 5GHz bands and aim to help manufacturers easily add WiFi and dual-mode Bluetooth to embedded applications.
6th November 2014

NFC secure element enables smart wearable devices

NFC secure element enables smart wearable devices
The Boosted NFC Secure Element from Infineon Technologies is being supplied to Watchdata Technologies for it’s Sharkey smart wearable devices. These devices, which are available as smart watches or wristbands, enable a mobile lifestyle, operating as secure bank cards when shopping or contactless tickets when taking public transportation combined with personal sport management functions.
6th November 2014

'World’s first' open 6lowpan-based IoT communications solution

'World’s first' open 6lowpan-based IoT communications solution
Connode 4 v1.1 is a generic solution that enables and manages communications for multiple types of constrained devices and applications in different industry segments. It can easily be integrated into any IoT infrastructure, either as the main communications network or as an infill solution to any broadband technology.
6th November 2014

Transceivers target IoT & smart metering applications

Transceivers target IoT & smart metering applications
A family of SoC wireless transceivers, designed to support low data rate, intermittent communication IoT applications in smart metering and consumer appliances, is being introduced by ON Semiconductor at European Utility Week 2014. The NCS3651x transceivers are based on the IEEE 802.15.4-2006 standard.
5th November 2014

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


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