Results for devices

Design & Testing for IoT-Enabled Smart Appliances Gets Easier with Ixia, K2 Partnership

Ixia and K2 Inc. are working together to speed and simplify design and production of IoT-enabled smart appliances. Under the partnership, the companies will integrate Ixia IoT's test and assessment solution with the K2 Software-Defined IoT Platform to improve WiFi testing for these devices.

Full Story >

Senet’s Foundry Services Accelerate Time to Market for Long-Range, Low-Power IoT Solutions

With IoT expected to hit 50 billion devices by 2020, some say the sector needs better development support for producing low-power, long-range IoT solutions -- and at a fast clip.  Senet is launching The Foundry, a set of tools and expert services to help developers rapidly design and launch such IoT projects. 

Full Story >

Gartner: 40+% of Organizations Will Adopt Internet of Things by End of 2016

Fasten your seatbelts. 2016 will be a big year for momentum in the Internet of Things sector. A new survey by Gartner finds IoT is poised to move toward mainstream adoption this year.  IDN drills into the IoT results.

Full Story >

Appian Modernizes BPM; New Platform Creates ‘Agile Apps’ That Share Any Data, Run on Any Device

Long-time BPM vendor Appian Corp. says today’s fast-paced business climate cries out for better ways to build and deploy smarter apps.  Appian’s new app platform combines BPM’s power to build apps ‘drawing a picture’ with easier ways for apps to share data and run on multiple devices – often with little or no coding.  IDN speaks with Appian CEO Matt Calkins.

Full Story >

BPM of Things: A New Market Opportunity

This month, the Apple Watch officially went on pre-sale – one million were ordered the first day.  The Apple Watch will soon reveal that when the Internet of Things embraces ‘smart objects, the market will see an even great opportunity – the BPM (business process management) of Things, says BonitaSoft’s Philippe Ozil.

Full Story >

Surveys: Enterprises To Leverage Mobile Knowhow To Build, Connect, Secure IoT

A pair of recent studies finds a growing convergence between skills and techniques to build, connect and secure mobile apps and those for Internet of Things projects. IDN looks at surveys from Infonetics Research and from Embarcadero Technologies.

Full Story >

IBM Rolls Out 'Mobile Web 2.0’ Tools and Apps

IBM's Rational and WebSphere units are shipping tools and features for mobile devices to let devs more easily buiild apps that let co-workers and consumers connect and socialize while on the go, as if they were at their PCs.

Full Story >

Microsoft Previews Upgrades for Mobile .NET

This week, Microsoft will provide devs a "preview" of its first upgrade to its .NET Compact Framework. Microsoft engineers say that the improved performance, UI support and backend access technologies (including XML, COM SQL) will make it tons easier for devs to design, build, test and deploy mobile apps at work.

Full Story >

Proposed Spec To Let Web Services Go Wireless

During this week's Intel Developer Forum, Intel, Microsoft, BEA Systems, and Cannon will propose WS-Discovery, a new web service spec that will describe ways for devices to find and connect to conventional, wired Web services. The spec, to be called WS-Discovery, would work with both .NET and Java-based wireless devices.

Full Story >

<< Start < Previous 1 Next > End >>
Showing 1 - 9 of 9