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Tag Archives: standards
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The Misty II is cute and somewhat affordable. The Wi-Fi Alliance has created a new standard for mesh networks, and Kevin and I are on top of it, discussing what it means, who’s participating, and...

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Network and Distributed Systems Security (NDSS) Symposium is in full swing for its 25th anniversary year. As usual the NDSS program includes a really impressive array of great content on a wide range of...

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IoT Evolution Expo highlighted the growing importance of fog computing. IoT – Cisco Blog ...

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Our world faces challenges more intricate and abstract today than at any previous point in history. As these challenges grow ever more tangled and complex, governments and businesses strive to create...

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Smart City applications may still be in their infancy but the Internet of Things (IoT) is a true game changer in terms of the opportunity it presents to unlock operational efficiency and improve quality...

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5G Americas announces new report on progress towards 5G Cellular IoT. 5G Americas*, today announced the publication of LTE Progress Leading to the 5G Massive Internet of Things to outline the technological...

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It’s time for the third and final IETF meeting of 2017. Starting on Sunday, 12 November, the Internet Engineering Task Force will be in Singapore for IETF 100, where about 1000 engineers will discuss...

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At this year’s Genius of Things (GoT) event in Boston, IBM announced that we are working with Golden State Foods to embrace two big opportunities for growth and change in the food services industry....

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There may never be one app to rule them all. But maybe there will be a voice-activated assistant? Last week I went to San Diego to visit Qualcomm and to attend CEDIA, a trade show for professional AV...