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Orange demonstrates low-energy route to 5G IoT

At this week’s IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona, Orange is demonstrating live LTE-M services to highlight the potential of ultra-low energy LTE-M in the massive IoT over cellular networks, paving the way to 5G IoT.

Arm TechCon round up: News from San Jose

A round up of some of the announcements at this week’s Arm TechCon in San Jose, California, with news from Intel, MyDevices, Arduino, Lynx Software Technologies, IAR Systems, ST Microelectronics, Express Logic and Flex Logix Technologies.

Intel and Technion collaborate on AI

Intel is collaborating with Israel technological institute Technion at its artificial intelligence (AI) research centre. The announcement was made at the centre's inauguration by Michael Mayberry (pictured left), Intel's chief technology officer, and Naveen Rao (right), Intel corporate vice president.

Oracle and Nvidia partner on analytics and AI

At last week’s GPU Technology Conference in Munich, Oracle announced that it was the first public cloud provider to support the Nvidia HGX-2 platform to meet the needs of analytics, machine learning and AI.

Microchip and Google speed prototyping for IoT devices

Arizona electronics company Microchip Technology has announced an IoT rapid development board as part of an expanded partnership with Google Cloud, letting designers prototype connected devices within minutes.

Sigfox partners Paessler to monitor networks

Sigfox is working with German network monitoring specialist Paessler to help users more effectively monitor and manage critical IT infrastructure and manifold further assets.

Metova facilitates testing of LoRa devices

Metova, a Tennessee-based provider of mobile, connected car, connected home and IoT products, has announced a suite of LoRa offerings designed to facilitate testing and certification of connected devices as well as manage and operate LoRa networks and installations.

Telit reduces form factor for IoT modules

Telit announced the xE310 family of miniature IoT modules at this week’s IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona.

Access and LeapMind put AI on edge devices

Japanese companies Access and LeapMind are collaborating to integrate edge computing and AI technology to achieve high-speed, real-time AI processing on edge devices.


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