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Gemalto IoT Connectivity Smart Saver – Right sizing IoT data plans in real time

The Gemalto IoT Connectivity Smart Saver platform provides a fast and easy way for OEMs and IoT service providers to tightly monitor IoT data rate plans while improving efficiency. Benefits & features: SaaS (Software as a Service) platform with zero touch integration Automatic real-time data...

Thales acquires Gemalto for $5.6 billion to advance digital security

Thales outbids Atos for Gemalto French aerospace specialist Thales outbid Atos for Dutch cybersecurity provider Gemalto. The company has agreed to purchase Gemalto for $5.6 billion, surpassing Atos’s bid valued at $5.06 billion. Gemalto is considered the world’s largest manufacturer of SIM cards and credit cards....

Gemalto harnesses DevOps tools with on-demand SaaS platform

Gemalto targets enterprise sector with on-demand security platform Gemalto, an international digital security company based in Amsterdam, announced the deployment of SafeNet Data Protection On Demand, a new security-as-a-service platform that integrates with IT systems, DevOps tools and cloud services. Gemalto described SafeNet Data Protection On...

Accelerating deployment in the Internet of Things

The benefits for enterprises in deploying successful Internet of Things solutions are potentially huge: cost savings, new income streams, efficient business processes and happier customers. However, when it comes to developing enterprise IoT solutions such as predictive maintenance, remote monitoring, fleet management or building management,...

The IoT opportunity: time is money

We’ve heard all about the consumer benefits, the cool-factor, and the potential of the Internet of Things (IoT), but did you know the benefits for enterprises are just as huge? By deploying successful Internet of Things solutions – like on-demand connectivity, reliable security and...

Verizon launches nationwide IoT network

Verizon Wireless activated its Category M1 LTE network, making it the first U.S. carrier to launch a nationwide LTE network dedicated to the internet of things. The carrier said it will offer IoT data plans for as little as $2 per month per device,...

What makes an IoT deployment successful?

The internet of things is a topic of conversation in almost every Fortune 500 company boardroom, according to Homaira Akbari, president and CEO of AKnowledge Partners, and a member of four different corporate boards. Some companies are evaluating their opportunities to capitalize on new...

IoT development boards: Qualcomm, Intel, Gemalto target makers

Enabling the internet of things Many of the applications and devices set to drive future sales of wireless hardware have not yet been invented and no one knows this better than semiconductor companies. Wireless chip designers Qualcomm, Gemalto and Intel have created internet of things...

Texas Instruments: security and simplicity are top IoT concerns

Internet of things developers cite security and interoperability as key challenges. Texas Instruments has staked a claim in the growing IoT development community, since its processors power the popular BeagleBoard and BeagleBone Black development boards. Now TI wants to further simplify development with...

Reader Forum: 5 examples why IoT devices need a voice

Gemalto looks at five scenarios regarding IoT device security that need to be addressed. Editor’s Note: In an attempt to broaden our interaction with our readers we have created this Reader Forum for those with something meaningful to say to the wireless...

IoT security: Gemalto fills the gaps

Security has been called the internet of things’ Achilles heel, and with good reason. Even when IoT connections use the most secure wireless networks, data can be vulnerable at both endpoints of a connection. Unlike smartphone data, IoT data doesn’t always start and end...

Top trends in the connected car market

BI Business Intelligence estimates more than 380 million connected cars will be on the road by 2021 – and the market is picking up speed faster than expected, even from a year ago. In the U.S., Parks Associates estimates the U.S. connected vehicle market...

KDDI strengthens fixed business in Japan with ISP acquisition

Japanese ISP Biglobe counts 2 million fixed broadband subscribers and 400,000 mobile customers. Japanese telecommunications company KDDI is set to acquire rival internet service provider Biglobe from Japan Industrial Partners for $694 million (80 billion Japanese yen). The deal is set to...

Future Electronics hoping to benefit from Gemalto M2M, IoT portfolio

Future Electronics announces new franchise agreement with Gemalto Future Electronics, a supplier of electronics components, recently announced a new franchise agreement with Gemalto. The new agreement includes Gemalto’s portfolio of machine-to-machine products, cellular technologies and "internet of things" solutions. “The addition of Gemalto to our line...

Crown Castle acquisition, Verizon drones, IoT in action … 5 things to know today

5 things to know today ... 1. Crown Castle is making another fiber acquisition. The Houston company plans to pay $1.5 billion for FiberNet Holdings as well as certain other assets of NextEra Energy. Crown said FiberNet has access to 11,500 route miles of fiber...

Connectivity for new customers: Qualcomm adapts its go-to-market strategy

Smartphone sales are expected to peak in North America and Europe next year, and then start to decline as the smartphone becomes just one of many connected devices. No one is more aware of this forecast than Qualcomm, the leading supplier of mobile processors...

Reader Forum: Connect, secure, monetize – building trust in IoT (Pt. 2)

Gemalto sees three key enablers of trust in order for the IoT economy to prosper Big data, cloud computing, network virtualization, machine learning, telemetry and so on; all large fields with immense potential and boasting wide application in the “internet of things” world. But all...

Verizon targets IoT competitors

Verizon Communications says it is "taking direct aim" at competitors that want to connect machines to the internet. The carrier is not talking about its traditional competitors like AT&T, T-Mobile US and Sprint. Instead Verizon is targeting the companies and organizations building "internet of...

Reader Forum: Connect, secure, monetize – building trust in IoT (Pt. 1)

IoT is seen as having near-unlimited potential, with Gemalto arguing trust is key to making sure that potential is met The “internet of things" has become such a widely used term that it feels like it’s been around for decades. Interestingly, even though it made...

KDDI selects Gemalto solution for connected cars and IoT

Connected car solutions said ti allow drivers access to real-time information about traffic, navigation and emergency services Japanese telecom operator KDDI in boosting its IoT portfolio selected digital security solutions provider Gemalto to supply its LinqUs On-Demand Connectivity subscription management solution and embedded SIMs. Gemalto said...

Report: top 5 smart home M2M trends in APAC

Here are five trends set to impact growth in the smart home M2M market in APAC through 2020. The smart home machine-to-machine market in the Asia-Pacific region (APAC) is set for fast-paced growth. Analysts firm Technavio forecasts the market will grow at a 41% compound annual growth rate...

Reader Forum: How eSIMs will power the wearables revolution

Gemalto notes ecosystem-wide benefits to the use of eSIMs in wearables Since the launch of smartwatches – first Pebble, then Samsung Gear and now Apple Watch – the wearables market has expanded beyond mobile health and fitness trackers to mass consumer devices that are packed...

Telefónica pushes for e-SIM; LatAm countries collaborate on international roaming

Telefónica pushes support for e-SIM standard, and other LatAm news from MWC BARCELONA, Spain – Telefónica's German unit is set to be the first carrier to launch a device embedded with an electronic SIM card with the Samsung Gear S2 Classic 3G, which is expected...

LTE for IoT: Sequans launches LTE Cat-M chipset

Verizon chip partner first to announce lower cost Cat-M solution for IoT LTE is typically marketed as a high-speed, high-bandwidth technology, but not everyone sees it that way. French chipmaker Sequans has spent the last several years focused on slower, low-power LTE chipsets with the...

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