AXSEM’s AX8052F143 ‘Lowest-power-radio’ SoC Receives SIGFOX ReadyTM Certification for Two-way IoT Network DUBENDORF, Switzerland & ZURICH, Switzerland & LABEGE, France -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- December 2, 2014 -- AXSEM, a global leader in lowest-power radio microcontrollers, and SIGFOX, the pioneer in cost-effective, energy-efficient Internet of Things connectivity, today announced that AXSEM’s system-on-chip (SoC) with an AX8052 microcontroller has been …
Zeitgleich mit der URBAN FUTURE Global Conference von 18.-19. November in Graz starten evolaris, ORS comm und SIGFOX ein Pilotprojekt, dass Unternehmen in Österreich ermöglicht, neue Informationstechnologien gezielt im Kontext „Smart City“ sowie generelle Anwendungsfälle im Bereich Machine to Machine Kommunikation zu testen.
“With this pilot we want to give companies a chance to evaluate innovative IoT use cases regarding their technical suitability and economic feasibility in a riskless manner”
Meet SIGFOX at the European Utility Week event in Amsterdam from the 4th-6th of November.
We will present one of the Smart Water use cases running on our network at 4pm on the 5th, chair the Smart City panel presentations in the morning of the 5th and be available for meetings during the three days.
Please contact us on contact at sigfox.com if you wish to meet and learn more about SIGFOX.
Tweet Scoop.it Tweet Collaboration expected to speed adoption of Internet of Things by Salesforce1 community through proliferation of IoT-based applications. Kerensen Consulting, an operational consulting firm with a focus on cloud computing, and SIGFOX, the pioneer in economical, energy-efficient Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, today announced a collaboration to make it simple and fast for [...]
Sigfox, a French technology start-up, is in talks with investors to raise funds to help build a dedicated global network for the “internet of things”. Sigfox has met investors and is aiming to raise at least €50m to fund the building of a low-cost,
Atmel announces the first SIGFOX Ready system-on-chip with unprecedented low power consumption and pricing.
"The new SIGFOX-certified Atmel ATA8520 SoC further strengthens our position as a leading supplier of wireless solutions for smart energy, connected home and other monitoring and control applications for the Internet of Things."
It’s not every day that a major infrastructure build-out happens.
Imagine that you wanted to switch from your current cable provider, but you wanted to stay with cable technology. The only way you could do that (other than finding some reseller that leverages the cable you’re trying to escape) would be for a competing company to come dig up your town and install a whole new parallel network. Yeah, not likely to happen. (Which is why the incumbent cable companies can act like the monopolies they are.)
Similarly with cell networks, although slightly less so. Here in the US, we started with two providers per geography. Obviously, we have grown beyond that by now, and yet, for the most part, US coverage is dominated by two companies. Others, like Metro PCS, have cherry-picked markets and users, limiting their build-out. But the prospect of a completely new cell provider installing a completely new network to compete with the entrenched big guys seems exceedingly unlikely.
Things are moving fast in the realm of the Internet of Things, notably with the arrival of new, cheaper sensors and network solutions. By Nathalie Colombier The Conference Marathon This article was brought to you as part of The Conference Marathon - a joint venture between HP and Microsoft that ...
"A disruptive technology was needed, and a Toulouse start-up recently launched just that: SIGFOX".
Tweet Scoop.it Tweet PLAT.ONE, the first Enterprise-Grade Internet of Things (IoT) application platform, today announced a partnership with SIGFOX, a pioneer in cost-effective, energy-efficient IoT connectivity. The SIGFOX global IoT network, which is operating in several European countries and will begin deployment in the U.S. this year, is designed exclusively for two-way, small-message device communication. [...]
The same technology used in submarine communications during World War I may soon be revived in U.S. households -- as part of a French startup’s plan to build a global network for the “Internet of things.”