The companies have joined hands to introduce a new technology that is aimed at addressing security issues of the Internet of Things ecosystem.
Telstra unveiled plans to create the first national Internet of Things network, thus contributing to further expansion of the IoT sector in Australia.
At the opening ceremony of the new Watson IoT centre in Germany, IBM announced a number of new partnerships to promote the use of the IoT technology.
The blockchain-enabled open source project developing the Internet of People reveals its ambitious roadmap for 2017.
The group will focus on the adoption of bitcoin’s underlying technology to the Internet of Things segment.
The consortium is making progress in developing common standards for connecting IoT devices, while other market players propose their own interoperable solutions.
Companies are competing to become leading IoT solutions providers and here is the list of the top players within the industry.
BlackBerry addresses the emerging market of Enterprise of Things (EoT) devices with the launch of the new cloud-enabled mobile security platform.
CRN has taken a closer look at vendors and divided them into for groups to get a better understanding of sales force trends and examples of use cases of the Internet of Things.
Canadian smart thermostat provider has launched a more affordable version of its ecobee3 thermostat that will still offer most of its main features.
Security remains the main issue within the IoT industry that need to be addressed, taking into account the recent hacking attack powered by compromised IoT devices.
The US-based technology and innovation company has unveiled plans to expand its IoT capabilities with a new investment in its facilities in Munich.
Germany-based software producer SAP is planning to make a significant investment in the Internet of Things by 2020, thus expanding its footprint within the market.