“Internet of Things” – Opportunities ahead for Intelligent Device Makers?

The “Internet of Things” is on the horizon. It is an expression that describes how the Internet will link traditional smart devices, along with a wide range of additional physical assets that allow these endpoints to generate and share data. Nearly every product will have an Internet Protocol (IP) address and communication capability: not just networking and telecommunications devices, …

Mobile Internet basics: Transport layer mobility challenges

In this series of six articles, the authors of “Building the Mobile Internet“ provide a tutorial on extending Internet connectivity into mobile networking by using extensions of protocols such as IPv4 and IPv6 as well as mobile specific protocols such as DSMIP, IKEv2 and MoBIKE. Part 1: Dealing with transport layer mobility. The Internet Protocol (IP) is the most …

Quova Expands Geolocation Developer Portal

By Adrian Bridgwater, June 15, 2011 Collaborative sharing showcase for modules and complete applications First launched in November 2010, Geolocation data pioneer Quova has this week ramped up its developer portal with a new set of ‘guidance features’ for developers seeking additional help. The Quova Developer Portal is described as a location for developers to gain free access to the …