The areas of focus are smart cities, where data can be collected to improve traffic flow, security and health care.
New IoT audience data will give marketers better visibility into which specific IoT devices consumers use.
Service unlocks revenue opportunities from interoperable devices and applications to enable an IoT data economy.
IoT-focused security firm Senrio revealed a hackable flaw, calling it ‘Devil’s Ivy,’ a vulnerability in a piece of code called gSOAP widely used in physical security products.
Also introduces new IoT software features such as Voice over LTE support for Cat-M1, enabling voice services for IoT devices.