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Arm acquires Treasure Data and launches IoT platform
Chip design company Arm has acquired Treasure Data, a specialist in enterprise data management providing businesses the ability to aggregate and derive insights from disparate data sources, CRM, IoT devices, ecommerce and more. The price is believed to be around $600m.
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LG opens AI research laboratory in Canada
South Korean technology firm LG Electronics is opening an artificial intelligence (AI) laboratory in Canada and entering a research partnership with the University of Toronto.
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Alibaba and Infineon collaborate on IoT in China
German electronics company Infineon Technologies has signed a memorandum of understanding with Chinese technology firm Alibaba Cloud Computing to promote IoT applications in the fields of smart life and smart industry for Chinese enterprises and cities.
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Telit IoT modules picked for first responder routers
At this week's Apco public safety communications conference and exhibition in Las Vegas, Centrix IP announced it had chosen an IoT module from Telit to power a line of first responder communications routers.
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Telchemy introduces embedded device analytics for IoT
Telchemy, a Georgia, USA, based provider of embedded analytics technology for VoIP and video, has introduced Embiot, a compact embedded analytics application for IoT devices, sensors and gateways.
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Indian university uses IoT to predict landslides
Indian university Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeethamis using IoT technology to save lives in mountainous regions of the country by installing systems that give advance warnings of landslides so people can be safely evacuated before disaster strikes.
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Maxim builds security into IoT devices
Manufacturers of security-sensitive industrial, consumer, computing and IoT devices can have a fast, efficient way to build in secure cryptographic operations, integrate key storage and enable active tamper detection with a component from Maxim Integrated.
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Ayla extends IoT platform capabilities
Ayla Networks has extended the capabilities of its IoT platform-as-a-service for device management and application enablement. The aim is to simplify the ability to gain business value from the IoT.
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Zigbee chipset sales to hit 3.8bn by 2023
Half a billion Zigbee chipsets have been sold for IoT applications, and that figure is expected to hit 3.8bn by 2023, according to the Zigbee Alliance.
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