SIGFOX North America, a leader in the field of dedicated connectivity for the Internet of Things, has joined the trade association the IoT M2M Council (IMC) as the group’s newest sustaining company and board member. Both organizations have been moving fast of late, with SIGFOX announcing it will build out its public network in 100 US cities in the coming year, and the IMC crossing the threshold of 18,000 members worldwide, and growing at a rate of almost 300 new members weekly.
Today at the Energy Ireland Conference 2016, Silver Spring Networks, Inc. announced it has commenced a smart city and energy efficiency program in Crossmolina, County Mayo, in the West of Ireland.
Embedded systems are highly customized, developed and programmed as per user requirements. Conventional embedded systems are electronic components that possess a microprocessor, peripherals, memory card, and software program that run instructions, operating system and tools (debuggers, static and non-programmable), and follows firmware programming embedded in the micro-chip.
IoT Platforms represents those systems (software, hardware, and middleware) that enable IoT network, device, application, and service management. This includes connectivity, device administration, identity management, permissions control, data management, APIs, SDKs, and more.
Many of the initial IoT Platforms are purpose-built. Longer term, Mind Commerce sees the need for more General Purpose IoT Platforms as there is certain functionality that will be important to handle the many and varied functions involved in IoT management.
SmartMark Communications, LLC, the leader in strategic communications for the digital world, announced today that the President and CEO of the company, Juliet Shavit, will be speaking at the TIA Network of the Future conference in Dallas, Texas on June 7th, 2016 at 1:30 pm. Shavit will be moderating a panel of industry experts on the topic IoT and the transformation of smart cities in the session entitled, “Smart Cities – from Apps to Infrastructure.”
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), the leading association representing the manufacturers and suppliers of high-tech communications networks, today issued comments (pdf) regarding the Internet of Things (IoT) to the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).
Enterprises that will deploy IoT solutions say that they are trimming back their plans for the next 12 months, according to the IoT M2M Council (IMC), a trade group whose membership is comprised of over 17,000 technology buyers from around the globe in the nascent technology sector. The IMC’s Quarterly IoT Buyers’ Index surveys its members about their buying plans up to two years out, and the relative number of enterprise users looking to make IoT investments in a six- or 12-month timeframe has shown slight decreases over the last three consecutive quarters.
Ingenu, the pioneer in delivering connectivity exclusively to machines, and Compal Electronics, one of the world’s largest original design manufacturers of IT products, today announced a strategic partnership that will bring the next generation of Ingenu’s patented RPMAÒ (Random Phase Multiple Access) hardware to the market to meet growing demand for IoT connectivity worldwide.
Mobile cellular operators are making plans for Mobile Edge Computing (MEC), which enables cloud computing capabilities and an IT service environment at the edge of the cellular network. As part of the Mind Commerce "Computing at the Edge" series, Fog Computing and Data Management issues and challenges are introduced in this document.