Mobile M2M connectivity for Arduino-class IoT devices
Internet of Things or simply IoT is now a commonplace term in day to day life. Concepts like the connected-home are the norm; whereas the inability to control household items remotely or monitor business assets globally is now considered abnormal. Yet it was only 16 years ago that the term IoT
Join our Berlin team! It’s well documented that the IoT and M2M market is growing rapidly. Cisco’s John Chambers predicts that the value of the IoT for companies and industries will climb to $19 Trillion over the next few years. And according to Gartner, by 2020 IoT product and service
Martin Giess, Co-Founder and CTO at EMnify, will be participating as speaker at this years “Telecom Application Developer Summit” (TADS 2015).
Envisioning the Future through innovative technologies at Asia’s representative event.
The rising size of mobile workforce and increasingly complex user demands, coupled with the proliferation of connected devices has made this industry more dynamic than ever. It has also blurred the line between
The Raspberry Pi is a great platform to prototype and realize projects for IoT. Network connectivity can easily be established via its build-in Ethernet interface or an optional Wifi dongle.
EMnify, the leading provider of cloud services enabling the Internet of Things, announced today to start peering at the San Francisco Metropolitan Internet Exchange (SFMIX).
waylay.io, the rules engine for smart connected device solutions and EMnify, the innovative and agile wireless network provider successfully integrated their platforms to make the “Internet Of Things” even smarter.
On 13th July 2015 the next Computer Science Colloquium at the University will take place organised by the computing faculty and the innovation and founder centre of the city of Würzburg (IGZ). emnify_cloud_servicesMartin Giess (CTO @ EMnify) will hold a company presentation about EMnify’s Vision
EMnify, the leading provider of cloud services enabling the Internet of Things, announced today the opening of its first Research & Development Center in Germany dedicated to the “Internet of Things”.