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INSIGHT: IOT LITIGATION RISING, ESPECIALLY IN WEARABLES SECTOR

Blommberg | March 13, 2020

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Internet of things litigation involving smart devices is rising, especially the wearables sector—connected gadgets that can be worn by a consumer, like fitness trackers and health monitors. Goodwin Procter attorneys examine unique litigation risks for makers of wearable devices and give tips on how to reduce exposure to liability. Internet-enabled devices continue to be interwoven into nearly every aspect of society. From the rise of smart cities, to connected utilities, where billions of ...

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THE SCOOTERSHARING FLEET TO REACH 4.6 MILLION VEHICLES IN 2024

IoT Business News | April 16, 2020

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According to a new market research report from IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the scootersharing fleet is forecasted to grow from 774,000 vehicles worldwide in 2019 to more than 4.6 million vehicles in 2024. The market consists of traditional sit-down electric scooters and stand-up electric scooters. The deployed fleet in traditional scootersharing services is anticipated to reach 482,000 vehicles at the end of 2024. The fleet of stand-up scooters is anticipated to outnumber the traditional scoo...

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HOLOGRAM'S NEW EUICC SIMS AND PLATFORM UNLOCKS A NEW LEVEL OF CELLULAR IOT CONNECTIVITY

Hologram, Inc. | July 08, 2020

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Starting today, Hologram customers can unlock a new level of cellular IoT connectivity with Hologram Hyper, our eUICC SIMs and platform. Hyper helps organizations scale faster across different markets by providing over-the-air, updatable access to Hologram's full portfolio of cellular IoT connectivity partners and profiles. It's the key to flexibility for your IoT project—in coverage, performance, and pricing. "Software is eating the world," says Hologram founder and CEO ...

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HOW ARE TELECOMS USING THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)

Sdxcentral | January 26, 2020

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Telecoms use the Internet of Things (IoT) to deliver a collection of products and services that bring additional value to their existing networks. In some cases, telecoms built separate networks specifically for their IoT platform. These IoT platforms that can be used as the foundation for developers and businesses to create their own IoT products and services. There are two protocol technologies telecoms use to connect IoT devices to their networks, LTE-M and narrowband IoT (NB-IoT). The protoc...

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Blommberg | March 13, 2020

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INSIGHT: IOT LITIGATION RISING, ESPECIALLY IN WEARABLES SECTOR

Internet of things litigation involving smart devices is rising, especially the wearables sector—connected gadgets that can be worn by a consumer, like fitness trackers and health monitors. Goodwin Procter attorneys examine unique litigation risks for makers of wearable devices and give tips on how to reduce exposure to liability. Internet-enabled devices continue to be interwoven into nearly every aspect of society. From the rise of smart cities, to connected utilities, where billions of ...

Read More

IoT Business News | April 16, 2020

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THE SCOOTERSHARING FLEET TO REACH 4.6 MILLION VEHICLES IN 2024

According to a new market research report from IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the scootersharing fleet is forecasted to grow from 774,000 vehicles worldwide in 2019 to more than 4.6 million vehicles in 2024. The market consists of traditional sit-down electric scooters and stand-up electric scooters. The deployed fleet in traditional scootersharing services is anticipated to reach 482,000 vehicles at the end of 2024. The fleet of stand-up scooters is anticipated to outnumber the traditional scoo...

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Hologram, Inc. | July 08, 2020

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HOLOGRAM'S NEW EUICC SIMS AND PLATFORM UNLOCKS A NEW LEVEL OF CELLULAR IOT CONNECTIVITY

Starting today, Hologram customers can unlock a new level of cellular IoT connectivity with Hologram Hyper, our eUICC SIMs and platform. Hyper helps organizations scale faster across different markets by providing over-the-air, updatable access to Hologram's full portfolio of cellular IoT connectivity partners and profiles. It's the key to flexibility for your IoT project—in coverage, performance, and pricing. "Software is eating the world," says Hologram founder and CEO ...

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Sdxcentral | January 26, 2020

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HOW ARE TELECOMS USING THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)

Telecoms use the Internet of Things (IoT) to deliver a collection of products and services that bring additional value to their existing networks. In some cases, telecoms built separate networks specifically for their IoT platform. These IoT platforms that can be used as the foundation for developers and businesses to create their own IoT products and services. There are two protocol technologies telecoms use to connect IoT devices to their networks, LTE-M and narrowband IoT (NB-IoT). The protoc...

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