Vodafone has launched new IoT-based technology to help water companies improve monitoring and detection systems, increase efficiency, reduce wastage, and meet regulatory requirements.
Forescout Technologies has expanded its global alliance with BT to include network segmentation and operational technology (OT) security with Forescout’s comprehensive device visibility and control platform.
China Mobile was invited to the 2021 Huawei User Group Meeting and delivered a keynote titled "Enable Industries and Build a Better World with Intelligent Connections." The talk discussed the development of China Mobile's IoT support system in the 5G era.
BT and Associated British Ports (ABP) are trialling the next generation of Internet of Things (IoT) and sensor technology to speed up the movement and processing of cargo goods and digitise the Port of Ipswich’s logistics and operations processes.
Nokia is to collaborate with HMD Global using Nokia’s Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING) to enable seamless global IoT connectivity for HMD’s IoT solution for enterprises. The collaboration will allow enterprise customers of the HMD Connect Pro service to track and manage connected devices around the world.
Vodafone has launched the Curve Bike light & GPS tracker. With an ultrabright LED and three light modes that automatically brightens when braking,Curve Bike light & GPS tracker gives cyclists a safer ride no matter what time of day it is. The device combines intelligent lighting with GPS tracking and connection to Vodafone’s global network with a built-in Smart SIM providing assurance that the rider is safer and that the bike is secure.
Microsoft has acquired ReFirm Labs, a provider of device vulnerability management and firmware security analysis. Microsoft says the acquisition will "enrich" its firmware analysis and security capabilities across intelligent edge devices, from servers to IoT.
Nokia has completed a narrowband ‘Internet of Things’ (NB-IoT) network deployment in L 800 band as part of its strategic partnership with Mobily.
Motorola, HMD Global, and TCL have joined ioXt and certified their devices against the recently launched Android Profile. Going through ioXt certification validates that manufacturers are building devices that strengthen the ecosystem and prioritize security.