Chip design company Arm has made its IoT predictions for 2019 based on a survey of technology experts and futurists. The predictions span IoT within intelligent homes, personalised delivery and healthcare as well as smart cities and buildings.
Blackberry is helping the private and public sectors come together to accelerate the development of smart cities and intelligent transportation systems with a security credential management service.
Huawei has hit back at security allegations made against the Chinese technology giant last week by European Commission vice president Andrus Ansip.
Swiss start-up Loriot is providing a LoRa-based low-power, wide-area network server to customers in more than 130 countries in partnership with French IoT company Kerlink.
Taiwan cellular operator Asia Pacific Telecom is to use California-based Ayla Networks’s recently enhanced IoT platform to develop IoT applications.
Swiss digital security company Kudelski Group is working with Kansas City start-up Pepper IoT to protect IoT service providers and retailers from cyber-security risks and increase consumer confidence in connected device security.
Smart speakers that take part in family arguments and virtual assistant that understand moods are two of the trends that Ericsson is predicting in its 2019 Consumer Lab trend report.
Korean broadcast media company MBC, with assistance from Swiss wireless modules company U-Blox, has launched a compact L1 and L2 real-time kinematic multi-band device.
Fabless semiconductor company Atmosic Technologies believes it can help IoT device makers reduce and even eliminate their dependency on battery power using technology from fellow Californian company Ceva.
To help M2M communications achieve reliable data collection and uninterrupted data transmission, taking advantage of ubiquitous mobile networks, Infineon Technologies has introduced an industrial-grade embedded SIM (eSIM) in a miniature wafer-level chip-scale package.
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