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  • Supporting IoT Business Solutions

    by OMA | Wednesday, December 14, 2016

    IOTEROP SAS – December, 2016 Montpellier Métropole is the center of a unique smart city experimental lab. While the city’s main objective is to control its private network, store and manage data, Montpellier Métropole is also working with Synox to deploy IoT infrastructure based on LoRa technology. The challenge is to ensure that city functions are […] Read More >

  • Understanding Lightweight M2M protocol and its benefits

    by OMA | Monday, December 12, 2016

    Phillip Tracy, RCR Wireless News – 12 December, 2016 The millions of connected devices that make up machine-to-machine systems and are part of the “internet of things” need to be switched on, configured, provisioned for services, maintained, updated with software, recovered from error conditions, monitored, queried for data, repaired and taken off their network connections at […] Read More >

  • Altair First to Complete Interoperability Testing for Lightweight M2M

    by OMA | Tuesday, December 6, 2016

    Hod Hasharon, Israel, PRNewswire – 6 December, 2016 Supporting Open Mobile Alliance Protocol, Altair’s CAT-1 Chipset Simplifies Development of Low-Cost M2M Applications Altair Semiconductor (, a leading provider of LTE chipsets, today announced that its ALT1160 LTE CAT-1 Chipset has successfully completed interoperability testing with the Open Mobile Alliance‘s Lightweight M2M (LwM2M) protocol. The test […] Read More >

  • Cross-domain identity of things

    by OMA | Monday, November 28, 2016

    Thomas Weidenfeller and Claudia Bausch, – 23 November, 2016 – The rapid expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) calls for a clearer common understanding of how identities function in the digital world. The numerous domains that make up the IoT result in single entities having multiple overlapping identities. In order to operate successfully […] Read More >

  • High-end IoT opportunities await MSPs

    by OMA | Sunday, November 27, 2016

    Posted by: Sheetal Kumbhar, – 23 November, 2016 – Concern about the Internet of Things (IoT) is largely focused on two key factors: a) the colossal number and b) the diversity of its new “users”. In population terms, the predictions range from 20 to 40 billion devices by 2020, and the questions include whether the […] Read More >

  • Agenda Announced for OMA’s IoT Developer Seminar and Webinar

    by OMA | Thursday, October 13, 2016

    Industry Leaders Gather in Singapore to Discuss IoT Standards and Tools Singapore – October 14, 2016 – The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) today announced the final agenda for its developer focused Internet of Things (IoT) seminar/webinar entitled, “How Developers Can Get the Most Out of IoT Standards and Tools”, which will be held Wednesday, October […] Read More >

  • Synox and IoTerop Join Forces to Implement Interoperable Solutions for Smart Territories

    by OMA | Tuesday, October 11, 2016

    Synox and IoTerop Join Forces to Implement Interoperable Solutions for Smart Territories Smart cities are at the heart of many IoT opportunities, but also face some of the greatest challenges as efforts and technologies proliferate. Goals such as resource management, improving transportation infrastructure, management budgets are all in the forefront as public actors, technology suppliers […] Read More >

  • Telco Innovation in the World of 5G

    by OMA | Monday, October 3, 2016

    Telco Innovation in the World of 5G By Seth Newberry, General Manager, Open Mobile Alliance,  Wireless Innovation is Everywhere Wireless Operators and their suppliers are consumed by the prospect of a virtualized network, the promise of 5G speeds and capacity, the rising volume of IoT deployments, and the associated application of wireless technology into […] Read More >

  • Ready for 2020?

    by OMA | Wednesday, August 31, 2016

    Can Standardization Help the IoT Data Overload Coming Our Way? By Elizabeth Rose, 1 July 2016, ICT Solutions and Education – The year 2020 is widely cited as a turning point in our global path towards home automation, autonomous automobiles, industrial automation and the entire Internet of Things (IoT). In April 2016, Bell Labs published a study that […] Read More >

  • Open Standards and Open Source

    by OMA | Tuesday, August 30, 2016

    Open Standards and Open Source By Elizabeth Rose, 30 August 2016, – The traditional means of innovating the mobile network has been through the thoughtful and consensus-based efforts of technologists working in a standards setting environment.  However, the maturation of the Internet as an application platform and the related rise of Internet-enabled device and service providers, especially on […] Read More >

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