Tesla Model 3

Tesla back-tracks on Autopilot, Apple scrapping Project Titan?

Tesla has begun rolling out vehicles installed with new self-driving features, but there’s a catch – Tesla will keep the…

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BnB SmartWorx SmartSwarm#

When you can’t just rip SCADA out, B+B SmartWorx has the answer

B+B SmartWorx has launched its new SmartSwarm351 box, aimed at solving the retrofit problems that plague SCADA installations. Acquired for…

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Senet pushes itself to the fore of LoRa, as US LPWAN operator battle-lines are drawn

Following on from Comcast’s trials announcement earlier this month, LoRa has received another boost in the US, with Senet announcing…

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ABB Cloud

Industrial IoT sees raft of cloud partnership announcements

This week has seen a number of prominent partnerships in the industrial-focused cloud market, as companies position themselves for the…

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Qualcomm Snapdragon Sight camera

Qualcomm launches edge-analytics IoT camera, aims for LTE expansion

Qualcomm is throwing its considerable bulk around in the IoT again, announcing wins for its LTE-M modem, new Snapdragon designs…

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October 2016
September 2016

Rethink Internet of Things (RIoT) is a FREE news and analysis service focused on the emerging Internet of Things

The newest part of the Rethink Technology Research group, RIoT is built on 30 years of industry experience in news and research in wireless and digitals networks. Rethink already publishes paid services on digital media and cellular technology.

If you need to keep track of this rapidly changing industry, RIoT will prove essential to your understanding of the Internet of Things.

RIoT (Rethink Internet of Things) is the newest branch of Rethink Technology Research. Since our formation in 2002, we have conducted consulting assignments for many of the largest technology based businesses in the world, as well as some of the newest and freshest businesses. These have included writing business plans, supporting board room discussion and decisions, selecting technologies and suppliers, finding capital, writing white papers, and sparking ideas among strategy groups.

Our two core services have been Wireless Watch and Faultline. These weekly publications distil our thinking on the week’s events in the wireless communication and media delivery industries respectively. We focus on wireless, particularly LTE and LTE Advanced and mobile broadband with Wireless Watch, with digital media, taking in IPTV, OTT, and multiscreen, and triple and quad play in Faultline. This extends from advertising to gaming to video over the internet.

We believe we have experience, perspective, and a firm grasp of technology and how markets develop.

Our philosophy is simple. Assessing technology is not rocket science. It requires the simple ingredients of experience, perspective, and an up to date understanding of what technology can do right now and what it threatens to do in the future.

RIoT hopes to grow into the leading provider of IoT news and analysis, by proving invaluable to its readers and customers.