- A New Connectivity Standard for the IoT—Building a Better Mousetrap
Why is such a standard so important for the Internet of Things?
- Does the Internet of Things Need a Standardized Communication Architecture?
We may have to wait five or more years for the industry to reach a consensus on standards. Could the smart use of the right types of software bring us to a viable IoT communication architecture sooner?
- NB-IoT Standards Are Final: Now What?
With the standards in place, it's time for the industry to deliver on the promise of this low-power wide-area networking technology.
- IoT Hype Won't Carry Your Business—Simplicity Will
If you find yourself in a fervor to IoT-enable your products, you may be overwhelmed by complexity. But there are simple solutions.
- FCC Sets Stage for Commercial Use of New Wireless Broadband Spectrum
New rules governing the use of the 3.5 GHz spectrum arms IoT technology providers with more viable deployment options.
- How You Can Shape the U.S. Government's Policies and Regulations Regarding the Internet of Things
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration is offering a one-of-a kind opportunity to influence the ways in which the U.S. government responds to the growth of IoT technologies.
- New FCC Rules Could Threaten RFID, IoT Development
The agency's new equipment-authorization rules impact where manufacturers can cost-effectively conduct R&D for devices certified for sale in the United States.
- Uniting IoT Networks
Integrating EPC and IPv6 wireless standards will enable the Internet of Things.