01. June 2016 · Comments Off on Qualcomm has the most valuable IoT patent portfolio · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

Qualcomm holds the most IoT-related patents right now, and those patents have a very high value, according to a new study by LexInnova, which provides research and consulting on patent law. The study found that Qualcomm holds 724 IoT-related patents, just ahead of Intel’s 688.Chinese networking provider ZTE, which came in third place, only has 351 IoT patents.

Source: Qualcomm has the most valuable IoT patent portfolio – Business Insider

08. February 2015 · Comments Off on ZTE To Enter The ‘Home Automation’ Market Tomorrow, The Event Has Been Scheduled · Categories: News · Tags: , , ,

‘Home Automation’ products are definitely becoming a thing in today’s market. Many manufacturers are already in the business and we constantly see others join the party. Smartphone OEMs definitely want in on the action, Xiaomi has entered the game a while ago, Meizu quite recently and it seems like ZTE will do the same tomorrow. Meizu has recently announced a partnership with Haier and along with that they’ve announced a bunch of smart gadgets, from smart light bulb (X-Light Plus) to the smart scale (RyFit).

via ZTE To Enter The ‘Home Automation’ Market Tomorrow, The Event Has Been Scheduled | Androidheadlines.com.

12. December 2014 · Comments Off on Enel partners with Chinese telecom on renewables, smart grids, e-mobility · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

Council Lead Partner Enel is partnering with one of China’s leading telecommunications equipment and systems companies in a collaboration that could result in new innovations for renewable energy, smart grids and electric mobility.

The partnership with ZTE Corporation is described as a framework agreement. Enel, which is Italy’s largest power company, is also a leading supplier of integrated systems for power and gas markets in Europe and Latin America. ZTE, meanwhile, has a strong foothold in the information technology sector.

via Smart Cities Council | Enel partners with Chinese telecom on renewables, smart grids, e-mobility.

03. March 2014 · Comments Off on Internet of Things: 50 Billion Is Only the Beginning · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

When people talk about the Internet-connected devices — the Internet of Things — they do not only mean devices connected to “The Internet,” but to a mix of networks, waveforms, and fixed-line infrastructures.

This continuing development of what IoT means and what it can become was at the forefront of discussion at the last day of the 2014 Mobile World Congress here that included executives from the likes of leading Internet of Things purveyors as Huawei, ZTE, ARM, Sierra Wireless, Ubuntu, and Freescale.

via Internet of Things: 50 Billion Is Only the Beginning | EE Times.