Virtualization and cloud infrastructure software company VMware, www.vmware.com, is making moves in the IoT (Internet of Things) arena with a couple of announcements.
The gas and oil industries could be in for quicker and easier communications capabilities with the help of a new connectivity solution.
Police cars, ambulances, mass transit, etc., want to be able to scale deployments quickly and manage their in-vehicle networks in realtime.
Analytics platforms play a key role in helping businesses extract the maximum amount of meaning from various data sets.
Thinking about driving a connected car off the lot in 2015?
The fingerprint sensor market is one to keep an eye on during the next few years, and two companies are expected to lead charge in that area.
Addressing data security is one important way M2M and IoT (Internet of Things) companies can help drive the industry forward.
A new online store is being launched offering devices based solely on Bluetooth Smart, www.bluetooth.com.
TomTom, www.tomtom.com, offers a turn-by turn online navigational service application for connected devices without having the burden to store a large offline map.
Qualcomm, www.qualcomm.com, a provider of wireless technologies, has revealed some strategic moves.
Lantiq, www.lantiq.com, a supplier of broadband access and home-networking technologies, strategizes to make the broadband gateway the central node for smart home networks.
Numbers don’t lie, so the saying goes.
WebNMS, the leading provider of multi-vendor network management and IoT solutions, and VeEX Inc., a global leader in Telecom and CATV test solutions, today announced their partnership to deliver Carrier Ethernet network management solutions.