IMC IoT Newsdesk Archives: July 2020
Canadian firm BehrTech has introduced the latest version of Mythings Central LPWAN software and added Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Cumulocity support for massive sensor data aggregation.
Irish smart antenna maker Taoglas has signed a global distribution agreement with Arrow Electronics focused on AI and IoT products and services.
Vodafone has expanded its consumer IoT range with a tracker designed and manufactured by the company itself. The multi-purpose tracker – called Curve – can locate valuables such as keys, laptops, bags and cars.
Deutsche Telekom has completed the rollout of its 5G-ready LTE-M network across Germany and is bringing its first commercial services to market.
Verizon and IBM are combining the high speed and low latency of Verizon's 5G and multi-access edge compute capabilities, IoT devices and sensors at the edge, and IBM's expertise in AI, hybrid multi-cloud, edge computing, asset management and connected operations.
French firm Kerlink and its Japanese distributor GISupply have announced a package of IoT applications to serve construction-worker health and safety, smart agriculture, and smart-aquaculture.
UK firm Wyld Networks has introduced mobile mesh technology to create applications in consumer and enterprise networks and monitor social distancing.
Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) has selected Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a long-term cloud provider to drive its digital transformation and deliver new and personalised banking services.
Taiwanese company Delta has opened an interactive digital exhibition to launch products for 5G and IoT edge computing, e-mobility and smart manufacturing.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has introduced a managed service that collects data from the plant floor, structures and labels the data, and generates real-time key performance indicators and metrics to help industrial users make data-driven decisions.
California-based Synaptics is to acquire the wireless IoT business of Broadcom for $250m in an all-cash transaction.
Tier-one IoT network carrier 1NCE is intensifying its collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide an automatised and easy-to-use IoT device management service suite.
Danish company TrapMe has built a better mousetrap using IoT technology from Telit.
Colorado-based SparkFun Electronics has released two GPS and GNSS boards using automotive dead reckoning from Swiss company U-Blox.
Mobileum, a California-based provider of analytics-based roaming, network security and risk management, has acquired German fraud detection company Sigos to provide end-to-end testing for 5G and IoT.
Telefónica and Erictel, a Spanish IoT developer, are expanding their collaboration to develop and commercialise IoT and big data mobility, including the management of field forces and asset tracking in all markets where Telefónica operates.
South Korean firm LG Innotek says it has developed the world's smallest Bluetooth module. This should let it advance further into the IoT communication module market.
Swiss firm ST Microelectronics is simplifying the complex software challenges that face developers of IoT nodes by introducing a discovery kit and expansion software.
Israeli firm HiSky, a provider of satellite-connected IoT services, has started early field trials of its Ku-band satellite terminal.
Capella Space, a provider of on-demand Earth observation data via satellite-based radar, is running its entire IT infrastructure on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to automate and scale its operations, including satellite command and control.
California companies Semtech and Nesten, a developer of blockchain and IoT technology for communications networks, are collaborating to support the rollout of a LoRa-based node platform.
Belgian communications enabler BICS has joined forces with technology provider Avnet Silica to deliver IoT connectivity to OEMs, devices and applications.
Telit has announced the WE310F5, an integrated, single-band wifi and Bluetooth Low Energy 5 module that provides high-speed wireless connectivity to an embedded microcontroller over uart, SPI and SDIO interfaces.
UK chip designer Arm is transferring its two IoT service group (ISG) businesses to Japanese parent company SoftBank so it can focus on its core semiconductor IP technology.
California-based Quantum Integration has launched an IoT platform for electronic hobbyists. Makers can create custom apps and firmware without coding through a graphic interface and control any wireless device through a central server.
Ordr, a California-based specialist in security for enterprise IoT and unmanaged devices, has added capabilities to its SCE systems control engine software.
Japanese electronics company Renesas has introduced an embedded controller for use in compact IoT devices for sensor control in applications such as smart homes, smart buildings, environmental sensing, structure monitoring, trackers and wearable devices.
Taiwanese firm Delta has introduced an all-in-one modular data centre offering for 5G and IoT edge computing. The SmartNode infrastructure provides flexible power and cooling designs.
Four days of online IoT conference programming in September and October are being planned by the IoT M2M Council (IMC) for adopters of IoT technology, with topics covering consumer and industrial applications for the IoT.
Eurotech has announced software qualification of its Everyware Software Framework (ESF) with AWS IoT Core.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has introduced Ezmeral, a brand and software portfolio to help enterprises accelerate digital transformation across their organisation, from edge to cloud.
Digi has introduced a router to provide adaptable, right-sized connectivity. The IX20 is for industrial infrastructure, location monitoring and unattended retail applications that require manageability, flexibility, reliability and security.
Deutsche Telekom, Qualcomm Technologies, module maker Quectel and Redtea Mobile are introducing an implementation of NuSim, an integrated SIM for IoT applications.
Intel and the National Science Foundation (NSF) have announced award recipients of joint funding for research into the development of machine learning in future wireless systems.
Ohio-based Laird Connectivity has launched the Pinnacle 100 series of cellular modems and development kits that combine Bluetooth 5, LTE-M and NB-IoT in a small form factor device.
Etsi has published a standard for IoT cyber security that establishes a security baseline for internet-connected consumer products and provides a basis for future IoT certification schemes.
Security for millions of devices worldwide has been enhanced as the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) releases its latest specification for the Trusted Platform Module 2.0 technology: the Feature Application Programming Interface (Fapi) standard.