Tag Archives: IoT

BT trials new quantum radios to boost next-generation 5G & IoT Networks

BT is trialing new hyper-sensitive quantum antenna technology using excited atomic states that could boost the capability of next generation 5G and IoT networks. Atomic Radio Frequency (RF) receiver technology represents a revolutionary new way of detecting radio waves that could find much weaker signals than conventional receivers. The receiver …

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Smart Station tech and IoT-driven workflows ease understaffing

Britain’s rail network is understaffed, and this issue isn’t going anywhere fast; rail companies need to invest in the Internet of Things (IoT), adaptive software, and real-time data to help fill the gaps, says Chris Chinnapan, Sector Director at mpro5. Staffing has been a permanent issue for the last few …

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NTT Launches IoT Services for Sustainability

NTT Ltd.’s newly launched Sustainability IoT Services include An optical-based meter reader, IoT enabled protection against water damage, sensors to predict potential downtime, accidents or when something might need to be replaced. There is also the capacity for Environmental Monitoring using sensors to identify the presence of pollutants in the air and …

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Avast Business Adds USB Protection For Removable Storage Devices

Avast has introduced USB Protection, a new feature available in the Avast Business Hub, and Avast Business Premium and Avast Ultimate Business Security products. “With Work-from-Anywhere becoming the norm in today’s digital world, accessing sensitive business data is constantly required from outside the corporate network. And the more this data is being accessed …

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PCR June issue IoT and Wearables Special: How to get involved!

In PCR’s June issue we will have a special focus on IoT (Internet of Things) and wearable devices, focusing on all things connected. IoT devices from fridges and toasters to smart watches and personal medical devices are becoming hugely popular but what are the latest trends, challenges, security issues and …

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LG Smart Park named ‘Lighthouse’ for futuristic manufacturing technology

LG Smart Park has been selected as a Lighthouse Factory by the World Economic Forum (WEF). WEF “Lighthouse” facilities implement Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies, such as the Internet of Things, big data, artificial intelligence and robots, into manufacturing and supply chain operations to deliver a wide range of benefits, from increased production …

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Making the smart home Matter

ByteSnap sets out the key benefits for IoT device development that will amp up smart homes by ensuring gadgets are interoperable. There is unprecedented interest in the Matter Standard, the new smart home interoperability standard being developed by Google, Apple, Amazon, Samsung, Comcast, GE and many other brands, to help …

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Netgear tri-band WIFI 6E release offers a powerful access point

NETGEAR, Inc.’s new  Tri-band AXE7800 Wireless Access Point (WAX630E) supports the new wider 6GHz WiFi band. “As applications that include 4K and 8K video streaming or virtual and augmented reality become more pervasive, businesses will need to at least double their WiFi connection speeds to support them,” said Doug Cheung, …

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Ubisense and Rakuten Mobile Sign Exclusive IoT Solutions Reseller Agreement

Rakuten Mobile, Inc. and Ubisense Ltd. have signed an exclusive reseller agreement to allow Rakuten Mobile to provide Ubisense’s advanced real-time location system (RTLS) and SmartSpace software platform to enterprise customers in Japan. Rakuten Mobile will deploy Ubisense IoT products and solutions to drive digital transformation in the Japanese automotive, …

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Jan C. Wendenburg appointed new CEO of IoT Inspector

IT security company IoT Inspector has appointed Jan C. Wendenburg as CEO. Florian Lukavsky, founder of IoT Inspector will take over as CTO and will focus on the technical development of the IoT security platform. In recent weeks, IoT Inspector has identified numerous security vulnerabilities at well-known chip manufacturers such …

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