More Than Standard Wi-Fi

At least as far back as 2010, analyst firms and industry experts were anticipating the number of connected devices would pass 20 billion by the year 2020. As some types of connected devices become ubiquitous—and as more types of devices become connected—it remains clear: end users need fast, reliable networks and well-performing devices. ...

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Patent Report: April 15, 2014

News coverage of unmanned aerial vehicles, also called drones, for use in non-military applications is increasing as the FAA moves closer to issuing rules for...

Prodea Systems Adds New Outlets

Prodea Systems,, recently launched its platform for the connected home—the ROS (residential operating system)—in the U.S. market. With the rollout, Prodea offers a managed service delivery platform, which allows a user to manage entertainment, education, health and wellness, home security, automation, energy management, and communication services through one managed platform....

Samsung GALAXY Gear



The Samsung GALAXY Gear appears to be mixing efficiency with a certain “cool” factor. The device...

New Standard for Clinical Trial Data

A number of organizations from the pharmaceutical and IT communities are putting their collective heads together at the OASIS, , open-standards consortium to develop a machine-readable content-classification standard for the interoperable exchange of clinical trial data through content-management systems....

Women of M2M Shine

When we selected this year’s Women of M2M, we went beyond just typecasting the traditional power elite that I suspect most people might...

Retailers to Benefit from 5G Wi-Fi

A more personalized experience for customers of retailers and public venue operators is on the way courtesy of a new 5G Wi-Fi SoC (system-on-chip) developed by Broadcom Corp.,

Sequans TD-LTE Devices to Launch in China

The M2M and telecommunications industry, laden with terms such as 2G, 3G, 4G, LTE, WiMAX, and HSPA+, among many others, is no stranger to “alphabet soup” when it comes to describing the latest networking technologies. Of course, this list of acronyms barely scratches the surface. As technology constantly evolves, more terms will continue to enter the industry vocabulary. One term that is becoming increasingly familiar in regions such as Asia-Pacific, along with the technology it denotes, is TD-LTE (time-division long-term evolution). ...

Boosters Enable ‘Smooth Talkers’

In a world as connected today, there’s little to no room for weak cellular signals that prevent data from being communicated as quickly and securely as possible. Whether you’re looking for coverage in remote or rural areas, or in crowded urban ones, cellular boosters that can extend and enhance coverage in rough service areas can be useful in many mission-critical situations....

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