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ARM makes a grab for the Internet of Things market with Sensinode Oy software firm buyout

Chip giant ARM has acquired Internet of Things IoT software firm Sensinode Oy in a bid to accelerate the uptake of IoT devices.The IoT is a set of technologies and methodologies that underpin so-called “smart applications”, which could be used in areas including transport, environmental studies and smart dwellings. It envisions billions of objects containing Continue reading ?
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