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  • World's First LoRa Streetlamp

    Flashnet Releases World’s First LoRa Streetlamp

    World’s first LoRa™ Street Lighting Control Solution Released by Flashnet LoRaWAN based street lighting solutions become a reality with the new inteliLIGHT® LoRa™ controllers being presented and demonstrated for the first time by Flashnet during the LoRa™ Alliance meeting in Paris.   Paris, FRANCE...
  • Cisco CEO Supports Industry 4.0

    Cisco CEO Supports Industry 4.0

    Cisco CEO John Chambers has made it known to the world at a panel session during CES 2015 that Cisco Systems supports Germany’s technological revival through Industry 4.0. For the full statement check out below: January 12, 2015  An endorsement of the German Chancellor’s...
  • Smart Home-Senior Lifestyle System

    Smart Home-Senior Lifestyle System

    GreenPeak Technologies, the industry leading Smart Home semi-conductor/system company, today announces the availability of Senior Lifestyle sensor and cloud based intelligent system technology for service providers and retailers. The Senior Lifestyle System empowers children and their elderly parents to privately and securely share lifestyle...
  • Water And Power Conserving M2M Devices

    Water And Power Conserving M2M Devices

    It may seem like its the wrong season to be talking of water conservation but water is a precious resource that we all need for watering lawns, producing electricity, drinking and outdoor activities but it’s all too easy to take it for granted. As...
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 810

    Qualcomm Snapdragon 810

    Qualcomm’s highly anticipated and nearly yearlong lead up to the release of the Snapdragon 810 has finally happened and it has been given glowing reviews by the press. The 810 is an important step forward for Qualcomm, a company who at first pioneered M2M...
  • Semtech To Create Live LoRa Network At Electronica 14'

    Semtech To Create Live LoRa Network At Electronica 14′

    Semtech and a couple of it’s strategic partners, IBM Research and Microchip, will be creating a live LoRa (Low Power Wide Area Network) at Electronica 2014. The goal is to illustrate to convention attendees the potential of the technology by handing out 1000 end-nodes...