Secure IoT identities

Security is critical for a trustworthy Internet‑of‑Things. To achieve this, it is crucial we solve the main challenge of secure identities for constrained IoT devices and find efficient ways to deal with the many identity technologies in use. Different ecosystems have disparate needs and practices. Yet it is clear that automation and zero touch mass...
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Different technologies needed to support diversity of applications that will make the IoT market

Courtesy of www.iot-now.com Robin Duke-Woolley, the chief executive ofBeecham Research, met Thomas Seiler, the chief executive of u-blox, a provider of wireless semiconductors and modules for consumer, automotive and industrial markets, at the CTIA show in September 2016. They discussed emerging low power wireless technologies, the direction of the industry and u-blox’s future plans. Robin Duke-Woolley:...
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Cool stuff: New IoT products in May 2016

In this new series, we will present some of the most exciting IoT products launched or in development. Perhaps something here will inspire you as to how the Internet of Things can benefit your own business. Your car will soon pay for fuel, parking and donuts by itself Who Visa, Honda and ParkWhiz have joined...
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Internet of Things: Beyond the Hype

By Pål Kastnes April 26, 2016 - http://blog.nordicsemi.com/ The amount of connected devices is projected to grow from 2 billion objects in 2006 to 200 billion by 2020. That’s the equivalent of 26 smart devices for every person on the planet! The time to sit up and take notice is now, so let’s take a look...
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NB-IoT / CAT M2 standard nears completion

By Simon Glassman - Senior Principal, Strategic Partnerships Courtesy of www.radio-electronics.com IoT is fast becoming a reality, and requirements including narrow bandwidth, low power and reliable connectivity are all issues – hear how NB-IoT is addressing these problems. For the last couple of years, u-blox has cooperated with Vodafone and Huawei to develop and demo the new...
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LoRa IoT Antenna Range

Taoglas Launches LPWA Antenna Range

Taoglas Launches Low Power Wide-Area (LPWA) Antenna Category for M2M and IoT Markets New antennas support demand for low-cost, low-power devices Enniscorthy, Ireland – Within the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT) market certain lower data rate applications depend on low-cost, battery-operated, long-life sensors. To meet the antenna needs of such applications innovative antenna leader Taoglas is...
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u-blox NINA B1

Bluetooth low energy 4.2 module brings state-of-the-art performance and power efficiency to IoT designs

Sensing and control applications can be embedded on top of the NINA‑B1 module stack Thalwil, Switzerland – February 22, 2016 – u‑blox (SIX:UBXN), a global leader in wireless and positioning modules and chips, today announced the NINA‑B1 Bluetooth low energy (Bluetooth Smart) stand‑alone module. Compliant to the latest Bluetooth 4.2 specification and certified to global...
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u-blox LILY‑W1

u-blox introduces ultra-compact Wi-Fi module for IoT applications

Thalwil, Switzerland – February 11, 2016 Oslo, Norway 2015/07/01 u‑blox (SIX:UBXN), a global leader in wireless and positioning modules and chips, today announced the LILY‑W1 single band 802.11n 2.4 GHz Wi‑Fi transceiver module. This ultra‑compact host‑based module, measuring just 10 x 14 mm is suitable for providing Wi‑Fi connectivity to an increasingly broad range of...
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