Protocol/Standards

Bluetooth 5 Chipsets Evolve

Bluetooth 5 is coming with longer range, higher speeds, and increased broadcasting capacity, making it a wireless RF (radio frequency) protocol for low-power, mobile personal networks, and remote controls, as well as longer-range building and IoT (Internet of Things) networks.

By | 1/24/2017|

AI Gets New Backing

It’s no secret that AI (artificial intelligence) and complex algorithms, fueled by big data and deep-learning systems, are quickly changing how we live and work.

By | 1/18/2017|

Cat-M1 Gains Momentum in IoT

Category M1 (Cat-M1) LPWA (low-powered, wide area) technology combines lower cost, broader coverage, and better battery life with the globally available and secure LTE infrastructure, and is expected to enable more connected objects.

By | 1/16/2017|

AT&T Talks to Cars and Car Companies

A study issued by the World Economic Forum projects 10% of U.S. vehicles will be driverless by 2026. AT&T, www.att.com, is teaming with the American Center for Mobility, www.acmwillowrun.org, to speed the development of self-driving vehicles with the Center providing the space to explore, create, and safely test driverless technologies.

By | 1/11/2017|

Samsung Advances Smart Lighting

Samsung Electronics, www.samsung.com, a provider of advanced component solutions, aims to advance smart lighting with a new lineup of chip-scale LED packages and a new smart lighting module that will simplify IoT (Internet of Things) lighting applications.

By | 6/3/2016|