AUGUST EDITION OF CONNECTED
|Last month the ITU approved new standards concerning the Internet of Things (IoT) and M2M. Without standards, fragmented IoT markets would continue to experience interoperability shortfalls, a lack of scalability and costs too high to achieve any significant growth. ITU’s new IoT standards are an indication of global consensus on the technical environment to underpin IoT. This unified view of IoT’s parameters will lead to an explosion in the development and implementation of IoT’s constituent technologies. If 50 billion devices are expected to be connected to the Internet by 2020, global standards will have a central role to play
We have further expanded our LTE, 3G router portfolio with the addition of two new products. We feature the Digi TransPort WR21 an all-in-one 3G communications solution and the NTC-6520 in this newsletter.
M2M Connectivity will exhibiting at the Electronex Electronics and Design Expo in Sydney. Please refer to the details and registration for free entry in this newsletter.
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Darren Moroney – General Manager, M2M Connectivity
Dual Serial + GPS IESM Expansion Board for Sierra Wireless FXT Modems
M2M Connectivity will be exhibiting at the Electronex Electronics Design and Assembly Expo – Sydney.
Date: 12-13 September, 2012
The Electronex Electronics and Design Expo promotes design, development and manufacturing with the latest solutions and showcases new technologies for electronics production and systems integration. The Surface Mount and Circuit Board Association (SMCBA) Design & Manufacture Conference, now in it’s 24th year, will be conveniently running concurrently with Electronex. More details and free entry register here.
Tech Tip: Migrating from the MC879x to the MC8090/92 modules.
This tech tip aims to highlight major points to be considered when migrating from MC879x to MC8090/92. It focuses on the M2M applications using UART and no audio.
1. First, order MC8090/92 UART variants;