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In the first expansion of its kind outside the US, Dell has confirmed that Limerick is to be the base of its European internet of things (IoT) division, where it will work on technology widely considered the internet’s future. via Dell opens first European IoT lab in Limerick.
How will IoT actually change our future forever? Source: siliconrepublic
Covisint Corporation today announced the general availability of its next-generation Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS).
LABEGE, France–(Business Wire)–SIGFOX, the world’s premier provider of a cellular network dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), is committed to keeping its position as a leader in the rapidly expanding market. This requires SIGFOX to manage growing demand for partnerships on five continents and sign structuring agreements with large industrials around the world. Read […]
Software AG today announced the results of a global survey showing that while decision makers understand that greater visibility over internal processes and real-time data analysis could lead to operational improvements, they still lack the support and solutions needed to make it a reality.
Coffee machines able to order new supplies for you. Electronic pet feeders that can schedule and feed your dog. Cars that talk to your insurer.
Luxoft Holding today announced it will participate in the 2nd Annual Internet of Things (IoT) World. Source: Digital Journal, Press release.
It may be losing ground in the smartphone wars but Samsung is about to throw itself into the world of smart gadgets with a new series of chips that could help power the future Internet of Things. Source: Forbes.
The services announced today, will make it easier for developers to create cloud applications for mobile, Internet of Things (IoT), supply chain analytics and intelligent infrastructure solutions.
In a bid to improve its digital media offerings, Verizon announced Tuesday that it would be acquiring online content and service provider AOL for $50 per share, amounting to a total of $4.4 billion.