Last year, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman officially unveiled the Innovation District, a segment of the city that Goodman hoped would become a “digital playground” … Continue reading Las Vegas ‘Innovation District’ is a testbed for smart city tech
There are a few different network standards available for Internet of Things devices and applications. While many chip and hardware makers threw their support behind NB-LTE … Continue reading LoRa Gains Traction in IoT & Smart City Space
Zigbee Alliance has unveiled a wireless network protocol for industrial Internet of Things (IoT) applications. JupiterMesh is a low power wireless mesh field area network — … Continue reading Zigbee Takes on Smart Utility Networks with JupiterMesh
Chip maker Broadcom unveiled a new high-powered router processor that can deliver over 5 Gbps of system data throughput “without taxing the CPU,” the company claims. … Continue reading Broadcom’s 64Bit Quad-Core Router Processor Is an ‘Industry First’
China-based Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider Longsys Technology has created a tiny Silicon-in-package (SiP) Wi-Fi module that will enable high processing power capabilities in size-constrained … Continue reading A Tiny Wi-Fi SiP Module that Will Help IoT Sensors Get Smaller
The city of San Francisco recently made headlines after the France-based firm Sigfox completed its installation of a wireless communication network that will be used exclusively … Continue reading How Will the ‘Things’ Communicate?
US Lags Behind in Broadband Connection Speeds Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler and Department of Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker each took turns urging the United States’ cableco industry to continue investments in their broadband infrastructures. The two government representatives … Continue reading US Gov’t to Cablecos: Keep Investing in Broadband Networks