Monthly Archive:: July 2021

Berg Insight says global cellular IoT connections grew 12 percent to reach 1.7 billion in 2020

A new report from the IoT market research firm Berg Insight says that the global number

5G and the Manufacturing Edge: Optimism Tempered

The 5G-enabled factory will have the capacity to maintain connections for far more sensors than either

Competition and Technology Complexity to Drive IoT Antenna Shipments to 7.2 Billion by 2025

The growing breadth of IoT devices, machines, and use cases combined with additional radio spectrum and

6 Ways to Perfect the Online Presence of Your Business in 2021

There are around 1.95 billion websites on the internet. This means there are 1.95 billion online

DDoS Can Cripple a Blockchain, What Does This Mean to the Cryptocurrency Ecosystem

Over two decades old, blockchain has become the actual foundation for mining, security, and the creation

5G is here and so is the mainstream adoption of IIoT Startups

By Yash Mehta, IoT, M2M and Big Data technology expert. Putting machines to communicate with humans

Enabling resilient electric vehicle engineering and design

Guest blog by IDC blogger: Jeff Hojlo Progress in the evolution of autonomous electric vehicles (EVs)

Landis+Gyr Wins Tender Award by Belgian Fluvius to Supply Smart Meters and Related Services

Landis+Gyr NV (Belgium), a subsidiary of Landis+Gyr Group AG (SIX: LAND), has been awarded a tender

Episode 331: Safe words for smart homes and cheap mesh

See it on Youtube: Episode 331: Safe words for smart homes and cheap mesh Author: Stacey

Achieving full MCU partition isolation: Heaps

Achieving full microcontroller (MCU) partition isolation is essential for achieving high security for MCU-based systems. Continuing