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Taoglas | March 08, 2023
Taoglas, a reputable provider of antennas and Internet of Things (IoT) components that assists in solving complex engineering problems, recently announced a transaction that results in a majority ownership from Graham Partners, a private investment firm specializing in technology-driven advanced manufacturing companies. The transaction will support Taoglas' ongoing global expansion of in-house RF engineering expertise and design, sales channels, new product development, and customer ba...
Innominds | August 27, 2021
Innominds has been named as a ‘Key Market Player’ in the IoT solutions and services vendors list by Omdia in its latest report: IoT Consultancy – 2021 Analysis.
The research report analyzes the scope of consulting services in the IoT and Connected Devices market. It evaluates major market trends, competitive dynamics, and market participants, as well as providing five-year predictions by region and application.
According to the report, the overall ...
All About Circuit | March 18, 2020
It may seem like it was only a few years ago when the Internet of Things (IoT) was a relatively obscure concept rarely known of outside of tech circles—that’s because it was. It is safe to say that in just a few short years, the IoT has exceeded many estimates and expectations. Today, a plethora of IoT-enabled devices—i.e. devices that are capable of connecting to the Internet and communicating with other ones—are widely available, from home assistants to washing machines...
Mobile World | January 21, 2020
Olea Sensor Networks is hoping to attract new customers through the introduction of new licensing models for companies interested in its IoT IP portfolio. The company’s sensor technology is already being widely used in drones, vehicles, and industrial robotics, but Olea is hoping that the new licensing options will make the technology more accessible to other partners. On that front, Olea believes that its technology will be particularly appealing to the manufacturers of IoT products. The ...
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