Morse Micro, an Australian fabless semiconductor company developing ultra low power 802.11ah chips, has become an official member of Wi-Fi Alliance®, a global non‑profit industry association driving the adoption and interoperability of Wi-Fi® devices.Read More
Increasing demand for remote patient monitoring, mobile medical applications, and growing health concerns are expected to drive the IoT in the healthcare market. Telemedicine application market revenue is expected to be the largest component of IoT in Healthcare.Read More
In the present dynamic discrete manufacturing market, manufacturers are aggressive in their growth strategies, are focused on reducing operational costs, and committed to achieving high-efficiency levels in production and supply chain. These factors, in addition to the advancements in wireless solutions and analytics, are likely to drive the market for IoT in discrete manufacturing.Read More
The increasing shift to Wi-Fi and Li-Fi from wired networks will enable many new business models. With the evolution of standards of networking and need of service providers, the applicability of Wi-Fi and Li-Fi technologies will change and move toward the use of IoT, Big Data, and analytics.Read More
Amidst a growing concern of Cyber Threats, and a US administration that is yet to acquire the trust of its people, consumers are flocking to protect their digital lives. A part of the ongoing need for virtual private networking, PureVPN has increased its network to 750+ servers.Read More
The Global Information Infrastructure Commission (GIIC) is an independent, non-governmental initiative involving information and communications related industry leaders from developing, as well as industrialized, countries. The GIIC was initiated from G7 and World Bank concerns in the mid-1990s regarding the economic impact of a digital divide.Read More
Webonise today announced the launch of their digital marketing studio based in New York City. The digital marketing division represents a positive shift that Webonise has taken in order to help their clients succeed in taking products to market.Read More
Angie Communications chooses Hilversum, the Netherlands as the world's fully-functional Smart City.
• Hilversum is internationally known as Media City; almost all of Hilversum's 40,000+ households have access to Fiber
• Angie is launching a subsidized 500/500 Mbps Fiber To The Home service in Hilversum at just €30 p/m, soon to be increased to 1 Gigabit per second.
The infrastructure connects Reynosa to McAllen and is independent of existing routes in the area; also the company offers a second crossing for redundancy purposes forming a redundant ring around the city of McAllen.Read More