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Panasonic says ‘Japan quality’ will propel its B2B solutions in PH

Electronics firm Panasonic said the high-quality standard that has come to characterize Japanese products will not only sustain but also propel its IoT-enabled business-to-business (B2B) solutions in the country.

IoT enables Iloilo lettuce farm to increase output by 4X

A research team from Iloilo Science and Technology University developed the hardware and firmware components of an Internet of Things (IoT) technology to automate the monitoring and control of lettuce grown in a hydroponics system in Iloilo City.

23 billion IoT connections to present new threat vectors by 2026: report

But, research firm ABI Research said the looming security gaps offer at the same time a tremendous revenue potential for players in IoT security.

Report: Covid-19 creates new opportunity for satellite connectivity

41% of the global population currently has no access to the Internet, highlighting a significant opportunity for satellite vendors.

Covid-19 pandemic triggers 18% drop in new IoT devices in 2020

A combination of manufacturing shut-downs, supply chain interruptions, and changes in connected product availability and demand is expected to cause an 18% drop in the net addition of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in 2020.

CCTVs, printers most vulnerable IoT devices, says report

A new report from Unit 42 threat intelligence team of Palo Alto Networks has found that the general security posture of IoT devices is...

Top cloud vendors look to tie-ups to grab piece of IoT analytics pie

As cloud suppliers continue to grow their footprint in the IoT value chain, their investments in data and analytics services are accelerating.

Signify intros IoT-enabled personal smart lighting system to PH market

The Philips Hue lighting system has a range of more than 16 million colors and can be controlled by a smart device.

More than 100M attacks detected on smart devices in first half of 2019

Capitalizing on weak security of Internet of Things (IoT) products, cybercriminals are intensifying their attempts to create and monetize IoT botnets.

Outdoor cameras will be largest market for 5G IoT in next 3 years

Automotive industry will become biggest market for 5G IoT in 2023.
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