Internet of Things

AT&T to hook up its automated home and connected car services

Customers to pay through Mobile Share Value plan

Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) - AT&T Inc will link its connected car and smart home technologies to bolster its foothold in the fast-growing market for Internet-connected devices, a new battleground for the company and rivals ranging from Verizon to Google Inc.

M2M and IoT: What does it mean for the Mobile Network Operator?

New report forecasts to 2019 with analysis of key drivers, success factors, and industry dynamics

The Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications market is seen as the future for wireless revenue growth with various reports touting market size to reach 50 billion connections by 2020.

U.S. bill seeks more Wi-Fi airwaves alongside smart cars

Alliance of Auto Manufacturers and Intelligent Transp Society of America oppose the bill

Reuters

(Reuters) - Two U.S. senators on Tuesday revived legislation that seeks to allocate more airwaves to public Wi-Fi by requiring regulators to quickly test how shared radio frequencies could coexist alongside those used for communications among smart cars.

The bill by Senators Marco Rubio, a Florida Republican, and Cory Booker, a New Jersey Democrat, would direct the Federal Communications Commission to study how more spectrum can be freed up for public use without interfering with connected vehicles, which are incumbent users.

Comprehensive Report on the Current Status of M2M and IoT

Individual and corporate subscriptions available

Mind Commerce

Machine-to-machine (M2M) communications has historically represented the integration of microprocessors, microcontrollers and sensors with communications, monitoring and control systems to improve efficiencies and effectiveness of business operations. The introduction of the Internet of Things (IoT) is taking M2M to entirely new level as applications are rapidly expanding beyond traditional boundaries.

The Connected Future: Chattering Machines Demand Better Orchestration

Today's Internet offers no guarantees of security, reliability or performance for M2M applications

There are more than 7 billion people on this planet – but many, many more things. Already some 40% of the world’s population has Internet access and can, in theory, communicate – just wait till those other things get in on the act. How will we ever manage the Internet of Things?

Canada's Telus says wants in on 'Internet of things' growth

Retail traffic analysis for stores to stock shelves, and safety application, among the services

Reuters

TORONTO (Reuters) - Telus Corp launched a package of technologies that connect and control machines via the Internet on Wednesday as the Canadian telecom company bids to generate sales from the so-called "Internet of things".

Among the services Telus will offer are retail traffic analysis so that stores can better stock their shelves, and a safety application that will allow restaurants to check conditions such as air and food temperature and water flow.

Intel unveils platform to simplify connectivity of products

Determined to make sure it is on the leading edge of future computing trends

Reuters

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Intel Corp on Tuesday unveiled a new platform to make it easier for companies to create Internet-connected smart products using its chips, security and software.

Intel's platform is like a set of building blocks based on the chipmaker's components and software for companies to create smart, connected devices, Doug Davis, head of Intel's Internet of Things business, said at a launch event in San Francisco.

It also aims to make it easier to connect to data centers in order analyze data collected from devices' sensors.

Telefonica trials to take AT&T home security technology overseas

AT&T in talks with numerous other potential global partners

Reuters

(Reuters) - AT&T Inc <T.N> on Monday said Spain's Telefonica SA <TEF.MC> will license its home security technology for limited trials in Europe as the U.S. carrier hopes it has found a new way to profit from its nascent connected-home business.

Telefonica will offer European customers a version of Digital Life, AT&T's home monitoring and automation system, for three to six months before evaluating results of the trial, said Steven Bartholomew, a Telefonica spokesman.

Backhaul, M2M, and IoT at CTIA’s Super Mobility Week

See Core Technologies on Exhibit & Hear Business Applications Discussed by Experts

TelecomEngine

The Mobile Backhaul Pavilion features exhibits from innovative infrastructure and core access vendors, including AOptix, Clearfield, and Vitesse Semiconductor.

To put the backhaul challenge in context, consider data from Cisco's Visual Networking Index, which forecasts that nearly five billion users and as many as 10 billion additional IoT and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) devices may be connected by 2018.

Intel hires senior Qualcomm exec to boost mobile business

Faintuch previously oversaw rival's networking and connectivity businesses

Reuters

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Chipmaker Intel Corp <INTC.O> has hired Amir Faintuch, a senior executive at rival Qualcomm Inc <QCOM.O>, to step up efforts in mobile and Internet-connected gadgets.

Hiring a senior executive from a major competitor is rare for Intel, which is known in Silicon Valley for its insular culture, and it reflects the eagerness of the Santa Clara, California, chipmaker to improve its struggling mobile business.

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