Modules/Connectivity Hardware

IoT Modules Hardened with End-to-End Security

This paper examines the comprehensive security needs of IoT modules and platforms and discusses the best practices to ensure that the whole system is protected.

Evaluating Quality in IoT Modules for Device Longevity

Considering the critical role they play in a successful IoT deployment, cellular IoT module function must always be appropriate, consistent and sustainable. These small communication adapters and computing devices allow physical objects to connect and interact with wireless networks as they transmit the data that devices sense, collect and store.

Designing Cellular IoT Devices for Battery Life

The Role of Power-Saving Features of LTE IoT and Design Choices in Maximizing Device Battery Life

IOT DEVICE MANAGEMENT: SECURE AND SCALABLE DEPLOYMENTS

To effectively manage a complex IoT deployment requires an IoT device management application that not only lets you visualize the activity of complex networks in a simplified form, but also provides these important capabilities:
• Management: Manage large numbers of devices efficiently
• Monitoring: Monitor IoT deployments and ensure all devices are operating as expected
• Security: Continually scan the deployment for security issues and repair them

Key Questions to Ask to Make the Right IoT Endpoint Decision

Across industries and across use cases and business processes, organisations are increasingly implementing Internet of Things (IoT) applications to improve operational efficiencies, enhance existing offerings, and bring new offerings to market.

ANY-G TO LTE: THE TOP FIVE CONSIDERATIONS FOR MIGRATING TO 4G, 5G AND BEYOND

PREPARING FOR 2G AND 3G SUNSETS
In the consumer market, 4G and 5G LTE standards continue to gain favor as the preferred networks for phones and tablets, thanks to increased data speeds. Consumers might not give much thought to the differences between generations of cellular technology, but engineers and network professionals who manage remote commercial and industrial equipment are, naturally, very focused on the nuances and distinctions that can affect their short- and long-term plans. As many carriers announce their plans to sunset their legacy networks, managers of corporate wireless networks must prepare for the migration away from legacy 2G and 3G networks. This migration, which is already well underway in North America, Western and Northern Europe,Japan and South Korea, is driven by the pursuit of three fundamental and worthy benefits.