IoT is currently able to piggyback on existing standards and protocols. However, as data grows and threats multiply, standards will need to be developed for data translation and communication and facilitate massive deployment. Key players are helping the cause by investing heavily in research and development, and this should in the mid to long run, result in globally accepted standards.
With more and more cities turning “smart”, the most obvious question that comes to mind is – how secure and tech-safe are they?
IoT is the idea that is proving to be the pivot of revolution in this tech advanced era. IoT is the ability to transform an ordinary device to a mobile unit that can connect & access the wide world of the Internet.
AT&T has announced plans to launch a NarrowBand Internet of Things (NB-IoT) network in the US and Mexico by next year.
IT major Microsoft while introducing its Windows 10 IoT Core services in an event at Taiwan said it would provide at least a decade of support for IoT devices along with resources to manage updates, among other things.
The vast number of devices connected on 5G networks can help locate themselves, rather than rely on centralised “anchors”
If vendors could provide better security, enterprise customers who were surveyed said they would be willing to buy, on average, at least 70 percent more IoT devices.
Called the Sprint IoT Factory, it provided pre-packaged connected solutions in a digital store format.
US telco AT&T has launched the ‘LTE-M Button’. It offers endless possibilities for businesses to save time, money & improve customer convenience and satisfaction through the Internet of Things.
Network is now open to developers to bring trust and identity to the IoT.
Called ‘Sens’It Discovery’, it’s intended to let various industries experiment with Internet of Things experiences.