May 16, 2016 / IoT, oneM2M, security, standards / Posted By: Kelly Capizzi
The Internet of Things (IoT) market continues to grow, but there is a major industry concern that could cause growth to the hit the breaks a little – security. IoT security is a multi-layered problem that includes added complexity from supplier diversity and legacy systems. In a recent Internet of Things Today article, InterDigital’s Yogendra Shah and Gemalto’s Francois Ennesser explore security solutions and services for the IoT.    The article opens with a characterization of... Read More
May 6, 2016 / IoT, oneM2M, standards, oneTRANSPORT / Posted By: Kelly Capizzi
City authorities and their technology partners could squander $341 billion by 2025 if they adopt a fragmented versus standardized approach to IoT solution deployment. This warning comes from Machina Research in a new white paper, commissioned by us, that analyzes potential IoT deployments in smart cities. The report shows that using non-standardized versus standards-based solutions for IoT will increase the cost of deployment, hinder mass scale and adoption, and stifle technology innovation for smart city... Read More
April 29, 2016 / IoT, 5G, ICN, SDN/NFV / Posted By: Kelly Capizzi
“Picture this: you are in an open-plan office, and you need a stapler...” This is how InterDigital’s Alan Carlton, Vice President of InterDigital Europe, begins his real-world analogy that explains the publish-subscribe model used by Information Centric Networks (ICN) in a recent NetworkWorld article. In the article, Alan explains what ICN is, why it is important and the role it will have in next-generation 5G networks. He describes to the reader how ICN will play... Read More
April 21, 2016 / IoT, Wi-Fi / Posted By: Kelly Capizzi
The Internet of Things is here and continues to evolve at an exponential rate. However, as it evolves more and more challenges are realized. So what are some of the ways we can help support the growing IoT? Spectrum sharing like Wi-Fi… stated InterDigital’s Juan Carlos Zuñiga, Principal Engineer, at State of the Net Wireless 2016 on Monday. The conference was the second installment in the State of the Net, America’s premier Internet policy conference series.... Read More
April 7, 2016 / STEM, 5G / Posted By: Kelly Capizzi
Think back to a Friday afternoon in high school… you probably couldn’t wait to get out of the building and go out with your friends or catch up on your favorite television show.   But, last Friday, roughly 50 high school students from George Washington Carver High School for Engineering and Science located in Philadelphia, PA elected to stay at school to learn about preparing for a future in a STEM-related field. InterDigital’s John Kaewell,... Read More