Atari’s going to build IoT devices that talk over a low-power network
The latest entrant in the Internet of Things is legendary gaming company Atari, which plans to make consumer devices that communicate over the SigFox low-power network. Source: PCWorld.com.
K–12 IT managers weigh in on how data drawn from the Internet of Things will impact schools. Source: EdTechMagazine.com
ADLINK Technology, Inc., in collaboration with PrismTech (an ADLINK company), IBM and Intel, will host an IoT Innovation Day at The Tech Museum in San Jose on June 9th. Source: Press Release Rocket.
The internet of things is everywhere. Literally. From the smartphone in your pocket to your Fitbit, to the smart thermostats that are becoming more prevalent, internet of things (IoT) devices are taking over our lives. Source: SiliconReplublic.
Qualcomm holds the most IoT-related patents right now, and those patents have a very high value, according to a new study by LexInnova, which provides research and consulting on patent law. Source: Business Insider UK.
SK Telecom said on May 19 that it will start creating the IoT industry ecosystem in earnest, building the nationwide IoT network early, developing IoT services and prepare pricing policies. Source: Business Korea.
Utilities will be among the sectors rushing to keep their fast-growing Internet of Things (IoT) systems safe from hackers will drive growth in the IoT security market by 55% between 2016 and 2020, according to a new study. Read the complete article on ReadWrite.com.
Sensors are everywhere and connectivity is now practically ubiquitous. The internet of things ( IoT ) is the key driver of digital transformation, so what is on the horizon for 2016? Source: The Jakarta Post.
Hitachi has formed the Hitachi Insight Group to address the Internet of Things. Hitachi Insight Group will address four key market segments: smart city, smart energy, smart healthcare and smart industry.
The Internet of Things is growing. Forecasters predict up to 20 billion Internet of Things devices within a few years, which will create more than $300 billion in opportunities for tech vendors, telcos and device makers by 2020. Infographic by Forbes.