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Raspberry Pi closes $45m funding round

The Raspberry Pi Foundation, the non-profit body behind the famous personal computer, has closed a $45m funding round. The Raspberry Pi is a British single board computer that was [...]

Senet and Helium broaden LoRaWan access

Cloud-based software and services provider Senet and wireless network company Helium have announced network roaming integration, broadening access to public LoRaWan connectivity for IoT applications throughout the USA. The [...]

GlobalFoundries extends IoT facilities to battle chip shortage

As the chip shortage continues to bite, contract semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries (GF) has added facilities to help the IoT, smart mobile devices and automotive industries. The New York-based company [...]

MultiTech wins IoT award for CBRS range

IoT devices and services provider MultiTech Systems has received a 2021 IoT Evolution Community Impact Award from IoT Evolution World for its portfolio of FCC-authorised CBRS products. “We are [...]

US firms show IoT investment resilience despite pandemic

Despite the adversity caused by Covid-19, grounds for optimism remain for IoT spending in the USA, according to end-user research carried out by Strategy Analytics. Looking at the US [...]

Telit combines HMI and scada for industrial IoT

Telit has announced a mobile-friendly addition to its industrial IoT platform suite. DeviceWise View is an IIoT-driven scada and HMI system that allows engineers and shop floor staff to [...]

Netmore opens online market for IoT

Swedish IoT operator Netmore has opened an online marketplace that gathers and presents turnkey offerings from international service developers, sensor manufacturers and platform developers. Netmore’s nationwide LoRaWan supplies connectivity [...]

AI and machine learning used to predict hurricanes

A combination of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and digital twin technologies can help predict severe weather events, according to researchers at the Oden Institute for Computational Engineering & [...]

Europeans seek IoT over multiple geographies

Enterprises in Europe are looking for service providers able to cover multiple geographies to help them roll out and manage their IoT networks, according to US technology research and [...]

STM LoRa chip automates rubber extraction

Chinese company Cihevea is using LoRa technology from ST Microelectronics to automate extracting latex from rubber trees. The application developed by the automated rubber-tapping specialist uses the Swiss electronic [...]

Maxim unveils controller to protect IoT devices

California-based Maxim Integrated, now part of Analog Devices, has unveiled a low power cryptographic controller to protect edge-to-cloud IoT nodes. The Max Q1065 controller featuring the firm’s proprietary ChipDNA [...]

Silicon Labs helps implement zero trust for IoT

Texas electronics company Silicon Labs has announced security services to help IoT companies implement zero trust architectures to meet emerging cyber-security standards and combat threats. The offerings complement the [...]