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Gartner introduces Wirepas as a Cool Vendor in edge computing
Gartner, the world’s leading research and advisory company, has published its Cool Vendors in edge computing, 2018. Wirepas is proud to be one of the highlighted companies together with Crosser, IoTium and Kneron.Read more
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Multiprotocol, or whichever name you want to use where there are two or more radio protocols running in the same end device, has been a requirement from customers as long as there has been IoT or connectivity for that matter. Why is that? Maybe the short and simple answer is that there isn’t one technology to fit all use cases. At one point the most dominant multiprotocol requirement for IoT was combining Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, both having their unique advantages and so combo chips found their way to mobile phones and to some IoT devices, such as gateways. Nowadays, you could say multiprotocol support is a commodity. Cellular technologies have been combined with short-range wireless technologies not only in mobile devices, but also in IoT devices and continue to do so when a long-range wireless backhaul connection is needed.
Things Connected – Naturally
In nature things organize themselves in the most efficient, optimized and simple way. The things are communicating making autonomous decisions based on the protocol that is optimized to fulfill the need as efficiently as possible – nothing more, nothing less. This is also what Wirepas is all about.Watch our brand video