M2M Zone Newsdesk
At last week’s Internet of Things World Conference in Santa Clara, Verizon and Mocana announced a partnership to simplify IoT security, involving integrating Mocana’s TrustPoint endpoint security software with Verizon’s ThingSpace.
Deutsche Telekom is offering end-to-end bundles for a quick start in the IoT. These should help users manage the locations of assets and machines with asset tracking, boost machine efficiency with industrial machine monitoring, and order spare parts at the touch of a button.
US communications company Sprint has launched its IoT Factory, an online marketplace that presents businesses with a selection of complete, ready-made boxed products that leverage the power of the IoT.
UnaBiz, the Sigfox network operator in Singapore and Taiwan, has secured fresh funds from Taiwan’s Shin Kong Security, a subsidiary of the Shin Kong Group.
NetComm Wireless has joined the Ericsson IoT Accelerator platform to facilitate the adoption of massive IoT. NetComm’s industrial grade devices integrate Lightweight M2M and interoperate with the Ericsson IoT platform to streamline on-boarding.
SenRa, a pan-India network service provider, is collaborating with California-based MyDevices to enable LoRaWan adoption in India.
Arrow Electronics is to supply Scalys’ systems-on-module and small board computers throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa. The single and multi-core SoMs and boards are small form factor computer boards that can be integrated into many applications.
Global shipments of NB-IoT devices will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 41.8 per cent from 106.9 million units in 2018 to reach 613.2 million units in 2023, according to research from IoT analyst Berg Insight.
Cave dwelling fish could hold the answer to the problem of IoT devices interfering with each other, according to researchers from the University of Georgia.