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Kaspersky: 100m attacks on smart devices in H1

Kaspersky honeypots – networks of virtual copies of various internet connected devices and applications – have detected 105 million attacks on IoT devices coming from 276,000 unique IP addresses in…

Survey: Developers gear up for rapid adoption of 5G

Survey: Developers gear up for rapid adoption of 5G

Seventy per cent of developers worldwide expect 5G to dominate in their countries within the next 2 years, according to Evans Data’s Global Development Survey. The survey, conducted in 6…

AirTies introduces Smart Wi-Fi 6 portfolio

AirTies, a supplier of managed Wi-Fi solutions to service providers globally, has unveiled its portfolio of Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) devices powered by AirTies Smart Wi-Fi software. The company also disclosed…

TrendForce: “AI, 5G to revive global semiconductor market”

TrendForce, a global provider of development, insight, and analysis of the technology industry, has published its predictions for the information and communication technology industry for 2020, focusing on 10 key…

Eutelsat to launch 25 nano-satellites

Paris-based satellite operator Eutelsat has supplied extra detail for its upcoming nano-satellite fleet dedicated to the Internet of Things. The new fleet of 25 of these very small satellites is…

IoT/M2M satetllite business worth $11.6bn over 10 years

A report from Northern Sky Research (NSR) predits that the market for satellite-based Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) connectivity will be worth $11.6 billion (€10.4bn) over the next…

Optus to serve IoT demand over Australia

Optus to serve IoT demand over Australia

Australia’s Optus, the country’s second-largest telecoms company and a subsidiary of Singapore’s SingTel, is linking with Myriota on a nano-satellite scheme to provide coverage of Internet of Things (IoT) demand.…

Switzerland: Quickline deploys AirTies’ managed Wi-Fi

AirTies, a supplier of managed in-home Wi-Fi solutions to service providers globally, is providing Quickline with a suite of Smart Wi-Fi solutions to support its residential customers across Switzerland. Quickline…

ELIoT project developing Internet over light

Research institute Fraunhofer HHI is heading up a new EU consortium of businesses and academic partners for a three-year project, ELIoT (Enhance Lighting for the Internet of Things), aimed at…

Tunisia wants 30 satellites for IoT

Tunisia-based Telnet Group is linking with two Russian companies to help achieve a mini-constellation of 30 small satellites for Internet of Things (IoT) services. Telnet has signed a contract with…

China plans for 72 IoT satellites

Chinese research institute, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) has confirmed it is planning an overall constellation of 72 ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) satellites over the next 3 years. Chinese…

Inside Secure now Verimatrix

Mobile and connected devices security solutions specialist Inside Secure has officially changed its corporate name to Verimatrix and is trading on the Euronext Paris exchange under the ticker symbol ‘VMX’,…

Survey: Awareness of IoT remains low

Metova, a provider of mobile, connected car, connected home and IoT Solutions,has announced the results of their second annual survey revealing consumer trends and the sentiment of over 1000 consumers…

Eurofins opens IoT Security Test Lab

Eurofins Digital Testing, a global player in end-to-end quality assurance (QA) and testing services, division has opened a new Security Test Lab to test and examine the security of Internet…

Broadband Forum publishes open source USP Agent

Broadband Forum publishes open source USP Agent

Faster time-to-market for interoperable, standards-based Connected Home solutions which help operators unlock additional income has been made possible, as Broadband Forum published its Open Broadband – USP Agent (OB-USP-Agent) implementation.…

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