Monthly Archives: November 2015
Every technology vendor is either talking about it or releasing products to help organisations take advantage of it. Here are three things IT professionals need to know about the latest craze in the technology industry.
Ericsson is working with Orange Telecom to test three networks for handling the expected deluge of data from a growing number of Internet connected cars, refrigerators, and industrial sensors. via Ericsson and Orange Test New Networks for the Internet of Things – Fortune.
Emma Okonji writes on Nigeria’s participation at GITEX 2015 in Dubai, where discussions were centred around Internet of Things and how government can use futuristic technology to drive development.
CIOReview has chosen CloudOne for its 50 Most Promising IoT Solution Providers 2015 (Press Release)
Networking companies Ericsson and Cisco have signed a wide-ranging business and technology deal which they said could soon be generating an extra $1bn a year in sales for each company. via Cisco and Ericsson sign enterprise to IoT deal as network convergence continues | ZDNet.
ARM is releasing a new suite of products to accelerate secure IoT technology deployments at scale by businesses.
South Korea passed the milestone of 4 million subscribers to Internet of Things (IoT) networks. The IoT customers base growth was mainly boosted by the increasing number of wearable device users, via South Korea passes 4 mln IoT users milestone – Telecompaper.
The facility will demonstrate IoT solutions for different industry verticals and give customers an opportunity to see the value addition that IoT offers. The setup employs Cisco’s IoT infrastructure products like Enterprise and Industrial routers, switches and UCS servers and L&T Technology Services’ technology capabilities.
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