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MicroEJ | July 01, 2022
MicroEJ, leading provider of software containers for IoT and embedded devices, today announced the availability of Android Compatibility Kit, connecting global electronic things manufacturers to a fast-growing ecosystem of Android Studio and associated developers.
This new release consolidates MicroEJ’s positioning as the “tiny sibling of Android” for small and constrained smart devices. By enabling the same software to run on either MicroEJ or Android execution ...
machinedesign | January 30, 2020
As new smart features and internet connections are added to products, manufacturers and developers are angling for ways to show they’ve taken precautions to secure and protect their internet-connected devices. One way to provide assurance to end-users is to demonstrate security best practices and third-party assurance. This is where global safety certification provider UL steps in with its new security verification and labeling solution, designed to help consumers steer clear of privacy-in...
Quectel | November 21, 2022
Quectel Wireless Solutions, a global IoT solutions provider, today announces its expanded Wi-Fi module portfolio with the launch of the FC6xE series of Wi-Fi/Bluetooth modules, based on Qualcomm’s QCA206x Wi-Fi 6E chip. Designed to deliver faster, more secure, and more robust Wi-Fi experiences than ever before, the FC6xE also features Bluetooth audio functionality.
Supporting 2 × 2 MIMO and DBS, the FC6xE family provides a maximum data rate up to 3000 Mbps. With a comp...
Security News Desk | January 14, 2020
41 billion IoT connected devices have failed to materialise, potentially representing the biggest missed prediction in the history of IT, Eseye a leader in ubiquitous global IoT connectivity, has uncovered. In 2010, Ericsson predicted that 50 billion devices would be connected by 2020, a prediction echoed by Cisco in 2011. Yet, despite the enthusiasm for IoT, current estimates identify the true figure to be closer to 9 billion, with many of those being mobile phones. Eseye has subsequently ident...
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