Networking

  • CES 2017: From competition to coopetition - Standards groups work toward unifying IoT with dotdot

    I'm sure you've all seen the following comic before and chuckled when thinking about the proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) standards. Until re...

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  • Securing a factory's OT network and the role of trust

    Securing a factory's OT network and the role of trust

    When leaders have advanced knowledge of how and where their cyber defenses will be attacked, they mobilize resources to reinforce the targeted area. T...

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  • Hey bud! Want to buy some cheap networking?

    Up front, I am not an expert on networking. If I see a list of all the protocols supported by a real-time operating system, I might recognize them. I...

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  • Data exchange is the key to unlocking connected car advancement

    Data exchange is the key to unlocking connected car advancement

    There is no dispute that the automobile as we know it today is undergoing a major transformation. The future promise of autonomous vehicles and the nu...

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  • Smarter Cities: A market worth billions

    Smarter Cities: A market worth billions

    With the global population growing exponentially, and more and more people moving to cities, plus the continued industrialization of society, the smar...

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  • Driving Wi-Fi, zigbee, and Thread coexistence in the 2.4 GHz band, part 2: Managed coexistence

    Wireless coexistence studies and mitigation technologies for unlicensed 2.4 GHz frequency bands have been around for at least 20 years. The issue is t...

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  • Low-power wide-area network standards, advantages, and use cases

    Low-power wide-area network standards, advantages, and use cases

    The Internet of Things (IoT) may represent more innovation and change than any other technological development in our lifetime. By instrumenting the w...

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  • The OpenFog Reference Architecture: A baseline for interoperability in the IIoT cloud-to-things continuum

    The OpenFog Reference Architecture: A baseline for interoperability in the IIoT cloud-to-things continuum

    Fog computing concepts have been floating in the ether for some time now, but it seems that industry has been challenged to put the theoretical models...

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  • The landscape of wireless things: Business dynamics, vertical markets, LPWA technology, and industry challenges

    The phenomenon of ubiquitous connected sensors providing key data and further processing of that data in the cloud to deliver business insights presen...

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  • Growing the Internet of Things, part 5: Security

    Growing the Internet of Things, part 5: Security

    What will it take to really grow the Internet of Things (IoT)? The answer is complex and multifaceted, and we have to consider the following areas: Co...

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  • In 2017, antennas will play an integral role in the success of the IoT

    Ever wonder if the headlines for projected growth of certain technologies in the wireless and Internet of Things (IoT) markets are realistic? Ask the...

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  • Growing the Internet of Things, part 4: Future proofing

    What will it take to really grow the Internet of Things (IoT)? The answer is complex and multifaceted, and we have to consider the following areas: Co...

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  • Building High Availability for industrial and embedded systems

    High Availability (HA) is not just for the data center. While the principles of achieving extreme uptime have been honed by enterprise IT teams, it's...

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  • A look at NB-IoT and LP-WAN from the top

    A look at NB-IoT and LP-WAN from the top

    The low-power, wide-area networking (LP-WAN) market is beginning to take form, with technologies such as LoRa, Sigfox, and LTE Cat-NB1 (formerly Narro...

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  • IoT endpoint protection and good cyber hygiene

    IoT endpoint protection and good cyber hygiene

    Protecting Internet of Things (IoT) endpoints from malicious cyber threats has become a significant issue now that networks of connected devices are b...

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  • RISC-V: Reigniting innovation in semiconductors?

    RISC-V: Reigniting innovation in semiconductors?

    Do you remember when one advantage of the ARM architecture was its limited number of instructions? After all, the "R" in "ARM" stands for reduced inst...

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  • Automotive Ethernet for vision-based ADAS: Loss, cost, and latency

    Automotive Ethernet for vision-based ADAS: Loss, cost, and latency

    Automotive Ethernet is slowly but surely making its way into next-generation vehicle designs, but increasingly those designs also include advanced saf...

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  • Map data as co-pilot: Extended scope for autonomous driving

    Map data as co-pilot: Extended scope for autonomous driving

    In this decade, highly automated driving is the goal of every car manufacturer. New players have entered the market while traditional car manufacturer...

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  • IoT interop across the OSI model

    IoT interop across the OSI model

    The Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model is the foundation of Internet communications, including for devices connected to the Internet of Things (...

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  • Connectivity and the new face of machinery

    Connectivity and the new face of machinery

    There are new ways of interacting with connected products. Why build instrumentation and controls into machines if every user will have a tablet or ph...

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