Internet of Things (IoT) Wireless
802.11s will allow us to rethink how wireless networks are designed in individual homes and businesses and, eventually, communities and smart grids.
While reflecting on this year, whether the IoT predictions we all made last year came true and looking into the future, a few things stand out to me. First and foremost, companies realizing early ...
The number of IoT devices being added to networks if the stat most talked about, but it's the network planning aspect of IoT that should conjure discussions.
Autodesk's Lona Dallessandro takes a look at the rollback of the net neutrality ruling and the potential impacts it will have on the IoT market.
The internet of things needs direct device interactions, says Uday Davuluru of Lemonbeat GmbH, or it faces complexity, high costs and user dissatisfaction.
Bluetooth Mesh aims to be a one-size-fits-all technology for connecting IoT devices. Mark de Clercq of Dialog Semiconductor discusses.
With the growth of the internet of things and the rollout of 5G in sight, companies need to rethink how they serve the digitally connected consumer.
The internet of things will change the way first responders and public safety professionals do their jobs. ADRF's Greg Najjar discusses.
Vodafone's Andrew Morawski explores five key internet of things trends business leaders and IT teams should consider in the coming year.
The internet of things has changed the paradigm of single-vendor, end-to-end methodology; IoT is too complex to approach alone. Cisco's Maciej Kranz explains.
Existing technologies and standards -- including the cloud, LPWA and open IoT standards -- provide cities the tools needed to deploy smart city applications.
Business and technology trends are reshaping how computing happens at the edge and driving the need for a new edge infrastructure.
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When it comes to IoT and life sciences, bringing digital insight into the production, distribution and usage of medicine holds great promise.
While the digital divide between rural communities and smart cities grows, 5G, telecom and IoT companies can improve connectivity to help close the gap.