New and Innovative 48-MHz RA2E2 Group MCU Group Delivers Ultra-Low Power by Renesas

Offering a unique combination of extremely low power consumption and a set of peripherals for IoT endpoint applications is the new 48-MHz RA2E2 Group by Renesas Electronics Corporation, which is based on the latest Arm Cortex-M23 core. The RA2E2 Group MCUs address the demanding needs of IoT endpoint applications, including wearables, medical devices, appliances and …

Internet of Things News Headlines Update on July 24, 2021

Vodafone doubles number of sites for UK NB-IoT network Vodafone has doubled the number of sites in UK NB-IoT network, coverage has reached 98% of its network to meet the growing demand for IoT services from customers across the country. The network expansion supports ongoing Vodafone investments in IoT platforms and services to support the growing …

Internet of Things News Headlines Update on June 30, 2021

Ceva unveils RivieraWaves UWB IP platform Ceva RivieraWaves UWB IP platform is an ultra-wideband (UWB) turnkey mac and phy platform. The IP complies with IEEE 802.15.4z, accordance with FiRa Consortium specifications. RivieraWaves UWB IP platform delivers secure, centimetre-level accuracy and location information through time-of-flight (ToF) ranging and angle-of-arrival (AoA) processing. Read more: CEVA Press Release …

Internet of Things News Headlines Update on May 30, 2021

OQ Technology set to launch the first IoT commercial satellite OQ Technology will be launching next month its first commercial satellite to a sun-synchronous orbit via a launch agreement with Spaceflight. The smallsat will lift off on the SpaceX Transporter-2 mission, scheduled to launch no earlier than June 2021. Spaceflight is managing the procurement, mission …

The Healthcare CISO’s Guide to IoT Security: Protect Every Device with a 6-Step Approach to Clinical and Device Workflow Management

In this article, we bring to you Palo Alto Networks’ approach to implementing secure clinical and device workflow management in six steps. These steps constitute our definition of an ideal methodology that relieves both network security and clinical teams from the day-to-day operational burdens of securing and managing medical devices. With attack surfaces widening and …

How to Navigate Complex Supply Chains to Build Trusted IoT Devices

As manufacturing supply chains continue to get more complex, it has becoming increasingly difficult to build IoT that can be trusted by both the manufacturer and device owner. This article will give you an understanding of the benefits of a Zero Trust Manufacturing approach, the top threats and vulnerabilities you face today, and how PKI …

Internet of Things News Headlines Update on December 29, 2020

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is accelerating mainstream enterprise adoption of high performance computing (HPC) by offering HPC cloud services through GreenLake IT-as-a-service offering. Users will gain access to GreenLake Central, Self-service dashboard, Consumption analytics, HPC, AI and app services. Read more at HPE Press Release > Hewlett Packard Enterprise accelerates mainstream enterprise adoption for high …

Internet of Things News Headlines Update on December 16, 2020

Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Semtech collaborate to integrate the LoRaWan protocol on the network server with AWS IoT Core. AWS IoT Core for LoRaWan connect low power wireless devices to long-range wide area network technology easily and securely interact with cloud applications and other devices. Read more at Semtech and AWS Collaborate on AWS …

Internet of Things News Headlines Update on December 09, 2020

Amazon Web Services (AWS) and BlackBerry partner to develop and market jointly BlackBerry’s Intelligent Vehicle Data Platform, IVY., boost the development of IVY, and provide a global platform to bring it to market. Read more at: AWS and BlackBerry QNX join forces to accelerate auto innovation with BlackBerry IVY, a new intelligent vehicle data platform …

Playbook for Cellular IoT Connectivity

Businesses have the freedom to now choose the connectivity that suits their use of cases arising from user need, rather than industry specificity. With any IoT project, trade-offs must be made when selecting how to connect your device. Factors to consider include latency, battery life, coverage, mobility, and throughput. From a mobility perspective, cellular may …