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Princeton study wants to know if you have a smart home - or a spy home
The IoT research team at Princeton University wants to know how your IoT devices send and receive data not only to each other, but also to any other third parties that may be involved.
Mainfreight uses Spark’s IoT Asset Tracking service to locate hazardous goods
“Receiving automated alerts means we have improved our logistics planning and our asset network can be rebalanced faster."
Vodafone NZ strengthens IoT network with new tech rollout
Vodafone has launched two new IoT technologies that will allow greater expansion of solutions across New Zealand.
Connected humans and the quest for health, wealth and happiness
"By 2020 it’s estimated there will be more than 20 billion connected devices in use."
Gartner’s top 10 IoT tech trends
“CIOs who master innovative IoT trends have the opportunity to lead digital innovation in their business.”
Could IoT performance problems derail operations and damage revenue?
"Enterprises are already struggling to master cloud complexity and IoT substantially magnifies this challenge.”
Ericsson, Sprint launch IoT network primed for cutting-edge developments
Ericsson and Sprint are planning to build an IoT network that is both distributed and virtualised in order to capture the future of IoT.
IoT failures plague 64% of users worldwide
On average, consumers experience 1.5 digital performance problems every day.
Ruckus helps end-users get IoT together with new offering
Ruckus has introduced a suite that can consolidate disparate IoT networks to deliver secure IoT deployments to enterprises and organisations.