By Shim Woo-hyun, The Korea Herald.
LG U+ announced Tuesday that the company and its global partners had developed a new technology enabling smart devices to work without SIM cards.
By IANS, Prokerala.
Skylo, maker of the world’s most affordable and ubiquitous network that connects any machine or sensor, on Tuesday announced a partnership with Sony Semiconductor Israel (Sony, formerly known as Altair Semiconductor).
By Cho Mu-Hyun, ZDNet.
Altair Semiconductor has been renamed as Sony Semiconductor Israel, the company announced on Wednesday. It comes four years after the Israeli semiconductor company, founded by former Texas Instruments executives, was acquired for $212 million by the Japanese tech giant.
By Dima Feldman and Aviv Castro, IoT Evolution World.
The Internet of Things is changing the shape of many businesses. Not only does the IoT herald in greater visibility of production asset effectiveness, improve operational efficiencies, and facilitate more informed decision making, it is also opening up new ways of doing business.
By Igor Tovberg, everything RF.
Technology has a history of helping to track and treat viruses. And, with the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring COVID-19 a global pandemic, people are rightly asking themselves how new technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), AI, and Big Data can be employed to slow down the proliferation of pandemics and avoid a future global health crisis.
By Pablo Valerio, IoT Times.
Obviously, it has been impossible to realize those meetings; the GSMA canceled the entire conference and exhibition.
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HOD HASHARON, Israel — Altair Semiconductor, a leading provider of cellular IoT chipsets, received its fifth operator certification of 2019 for its dual-mode cellular IoT Chipset, ALT1250, from Deutsche Telekom AG, one of the world’s leading mobile operators. The ALT1250 is now globally certified, with 15 carrier certifications dating back to 2018.
By csfrankland, insurtech360.
Relying on technologies that deliver real-time data, insurance companies are tapping new revenue streams, even where there is no historical data. Devices are allowing for more accurate policies and competitive prices for traditional as well as emerging use cases.