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AWS Wavelength is a cloud computing platform designed for edge computing that will make it easier for developers to create low latency applications.
Where Amazon considers the “edge” to be hundreds of miles from the user, the mobile market sees it differently.
Amazon plans to launch 3,236 satellites to build a network to provide global high-speed internet.
This year’s hurricane season is giving companies like Federated Wireless a taste of how well their sensor networks are holding up.
Iridium joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network where it is collaborating with AWS on the development of Iridium CloudConnect for IoT.
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Silicon Valley startup FogHorn Systems is collaborating with Google to simplify the deployment of industrial IoT applications.
AT&T and AWS introduced a button that can order office supplies or submit repair requests with one click over the carrier's new LTE-M network.
Amazon Kinesis Analytics is now available and could help mobile developers gain actionable, real-time insights without having to learn any new programming skills.