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Telefónica Chile evolves core network

Telefónica Chile evolves core network
Ericsson has been selected by Telefónica Chile, the largest mobile network operator and internet service provider in the country, to completely virtualise the operator’s core network. A fully virtualised core network provides the operator with faster time-to-market of innovative new products and services that capture the opportunities presented by use cases in 5G and the IoT.
2nd November 2017

Multiprotocol SoC enables Thread and Bluetooth 5 connectivity

Multiprotocol SoC enables Thread and Bluetooth 5 connectivity
  Nordic Semiconductor's latest multiprotocol SoC, the nRF52840, which supports both Bluetooth 5 (Bluetooth Low Energy) and IEEE 802.15.4 (the foundation of the Thread networking standard together with the OpenThread stack) is Thread 1.1 certified. The nRF52840 SoC passed all Thread certification tests while supporting Bluetooth 5 connectivity to a central device.
1st November 2017

Industry 4.0 modem uses LTE Cat M1 cellular technology

Industry 4.0 modem uses LTE Cat M1 cellular technology
Global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, u‑blox, has announced that ercogener, the industrial modems provider, has developed its first Industry 4.0 modem using u‑blox LTE Cat M1 cellular technology. The modem – which is supposedly the first to provide LTE Cat M1 cellular connectivity in EMEA – is designed to meet the requirements of the recently announced Orange LTE Cat M1 network, which will be launched across Europe in 2018.
31st October 2017


Growth of home automation market fuelled by connectivity

Growth of home automation market fuelled by connectivity
Unambiguous business models, frequent innovations on IoT, cloud services, Big Data platforms, rise of connected devices, and dependency on technology are some of the drivers propelling double-digit growth in the European home automation market. Products and services associated with home automation and smart and connected homes have changed the consumer’s perception of technological innovation.
23rd October 2017

mmWave solution delivers low latency connections

mmWave solution delivers low latency connections
Inventors of plasma silicon technology, Plasma Antennas has announced its mmWave Plasma Silicon Antenna (PSiAN) for use in smartphones and other consumer electronics, delivering high throughput with low-latency and utilising directional beams that generate less interference and maximise energy efficiency. As wirelessly connected consumer electronics increase in complexity, they demand greater capacity and throughput for their short range connectivity – which can only be delivered reliably by millimetre wave (mmWave) wireless.
23rd October 2017

Security flaw leaves all Wi-Fi traffic open to eavesdropping

Security flaw leaves all Wi-Fi traffic open to eavesdropping
KU Leuven researchers have discovered serious weaknesses in a protocol that secures all protected Wi-Fi networks. Attackers can exploit these flaws to steal credit card numbers, passwords, and other sensitive information. Researcher Mathy Vanhoef (Department of Computer Science / imec-DistriNet) detected the weakness by performing a novel type of attack against the so-called 4-way handshake of the WPA2 protocol, which secures all protected Wi-Fi networks.
17th October 2017

Connecting machines to the Internet through 4G

Connecting machines to the Internet through 4G
  HMS Industrial Networks has announced the release of the new 4G LTE EU (Europe) extension card for eWON Flexy, its advanced IIoT gateway and remote access router. This enables Flexy users to access, monitor and control machinery remotely over the cellular 4G network.
16th October 2017

Next-gen Bluetooth module enables advanced wireless connectivity

Next-gen Bluetooth module enables advanced wireless connectivity
Featuring what the company claims to be the industry's lowest power Bluetooth Low Energy SoC, the next-gen Bluetooth module from Panasonic has been introduced. The PAN1760A module benefits from a peak power consumption of only 3.3mA in Tx and Rx mode, enabling advanced wireless functionalities in IoT, medical, and industrial applications without compromising battery life. Mandatory and optional Bluetooth 4.2 features are supported.
12th October 2017

Concurrent GNSS timing module chosen for synchronisation system

Concurrent GNSS timing module chosen for synchronisation system
  Global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, u-blox, announced that its LEA-M8T concurrent GNSS timing module is now being used by V3Novus, a provider of a high quality electronic components and embedded system designs based in India, in its latest Precision Synchronisation System with built-in NTP Server.
10th October 2017

Wireless clocks support 4G/LTE and Ethernet applications

Wireless clocks support 4G/LTE and Ethernet applications
Provider of silicon, software and solutions, Silicon Labs, has introduced a new family of high-performance, multi-channel jitter attenuating clocks for 4.5G and Ethernet-based Common Public Radio Interface (eCPRI) wireless applications. The new Si5381/82/86 clocks leverage Silicon Labs’ DSPLL technology to deliver an advanced timing solution that combines 4G/LTE and Ethernet clocking in a single IC.
6th October 2017


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Developing wearable products: technology and opportunities
17th January 2018
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