Show Me the Network. It's Time for Ubiquitous Wi-Fi


On this IoTTime, partnerships lead the news. Samsung, LG and SK Telecom join forces to unite their connected home platforms in Korea. IMS introduces DriveSync, an telematics platform for connected home, car and lifestyle solutions. On-Ramp rebrands and relaunches as Ingenu with the lofty goal of building a national IoT connectivity network called Machine Network. On MyIoT, Ken hails this development as a positive sign for the future of the IoT. He says it’s critical for this kind of network to be ubiquitous and all-encompassing in order to make the IoT an ever-present feature of consumer and industrial lives. 

Edited by Ken Briodagh
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