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April 2018 | By Nick Hunn @ WiFore Consulting
13 Companies announce NB-IoT Chips
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13 Companies announce NB-IoT Chips
 

The thirteen companies I’m aware of (please let me know if you know of any others) are HiSilicon (part of Huawei), Sanechips (a division of ZTE), RDA, Mediatek, Altair (owned by Sony), Sequans, Nordic Semiconductor, Goodix, Riot Micro, Qualcomm and Nesslab, along with ARM and ASTRI/CEVA. ARM and the ASTRI / CEVA partnership are IP vendors, but appear to be at a state where they are already behind some of the offerings, so are worth including, as if anyone plans to ship in volume, they’re an obvious destination.

 

 

Nick Hunn

CTO at 
WiFore Consulting

 

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December 2017 | By Nick Hunn @ WiFore Consulting
Is Sigfox the Uber of the IoT?
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Is Sigfox the Uber of the IoT?
 

Last week, at the Sigfox World Expo in Prague, they made an announcement that suggests that that day may not be too far away. I firmly believe that it has to happen, because Sigfox’s business model is looking a lot like Uber’s, which means going for global domination by any means possible. The means to that end is probably not based on their own proprietary protocol.

 

 

Nick Hunn

CTO at 
WiFore Consulting

 

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