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WiSA, LLC | January 24, 2022
WiSA, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Summit Wireless Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of immersive, wireless sound technology for smart devices, will integrate WiSA’s multichannel spatial audio capabilities into Realtek’s 5GHz IoT chip feature set. The partnership will culminate in a cost-effective IoT module capable of delivering uncompressed, high-definition spatial audio streams for an unparalled immersive audio experience.
Pymnts | January 13, 2020
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) possess great potential, but are vulnerable to misunderstandings. They have become a global business concern and are critically important to several industries’ and technologies’ growth — including those relating to the Intelligence of Things (IoT). APIs underpin many of the platforms and sensors that connect IoT-enabled tools like smart home devices and mass transit systems, but a few inaccurate assumptions hamper their usability. A co...
Security Boulevard | January 28, 2020
Cisco today announced a security architecture for internet of things (IoT) environments based on multiple IoT technologies the company acquired in the last year that are augmented by Talos security monitoring software and services from Cisco. Announced at the Cisco Live! event in Barcelona, Cisco Cyber Vision promises to provide a set of software and services through which anomalies and threats to IoT assets can be detected in real-time.Joe Malenfant, director of IoT at Cisco, said as IT and ope...
WAYLAY | October 29, 2020
IoT automation and analytics software company Waylay today reported its low-code automation stage for smart buildings, because of expanding market interest for new clever building automation applications that depend on sensor information and information from building management systems.
As per ABI Research, the automated building market has customarily centered around four regular areas: HVAC, lighting, access control, and fire and life safety. Today, new developing applications i...
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