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Building Momentum for Enterprise IoT in 2020 and Beyond

I am honored to have joined Rigado as CEO a little over a month ago. I’ve spent that time getting to know our innovative customers, industry-leading partners and dedicated employees. As I’ve learned about all that we have accomplished together in the past year, I’ve been struck by how much IoT has evolved. Low-power wireless […]

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Bluetooth’s Edge: Real-Time Events from Device to Cloud

Commercial IoT project teams are often given the same general challenge: select and install new wireless edge devices into an environment and demonstrate ongoing data collection from those devices to an application such as a dashboard, while ensuring solution scalability throughout. IoT devices can send data via a variety of wireless technologies. How do you decide […]

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How Rigado Edge Connect Accelerates Enterprise IoT Deployments

Earlier this month we were excited to announce the launch of the Rigado Edge Connect platform [watch the webinar announcement]. Those familiar with Rigado might note that Edge Connect was already an essential piece of our Edge-as-a-Service solution, enabling edge applications to interact with Bluetooth devices through a standard API. However, this latest release of […]

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Enterprise IoT: Are We There Yet?

With Summer coming to an end and a busy season of events and announcements on the way, I thought it would be good to take stock of some of the recent research in the world of Enterprise IoT and assess where the market stands heading into 2020. Let’s dive in. Gartner’s IoT Hype Cycle Report: […]

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Bluetooth v5.1 – Setting the Stage for Improved Direction Finding

Bluetooth v5.1 The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) released details of the direction finding feature in the newest version of Bluetooth. In version 5.1 of the Bluetooth Core Specification the stage is set for significantly improved direction finding abilities of Bluetooth. Combined with low cost and interoperability, this further solidifies Bluetooth’s role as the preeminent […]

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A Big Story from CES is not for Consumers

Wireless Digital Infrastructure Aside from the estimated 70,000 exhibitor staff and 7,000 members of the media, analyst and blogging community, the remaining 100,000 attendees at CES this past week were mainly business executives — the individuals who deploy consumer-facing technologies to support existing businesses and new business ideas. Among this group, wireless digital infrastructure — […]

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