News (Internet of things)

Cees Links, general manager Wireless Connectivity at Qorvo (photo: Qorvo)

Qorvo (Greensboro, North Carolina), a leading provider of innovative RF solutions, is helping seniors live more independently in their homes with the help of a new eHealth system powered by the company’s chipsets for the Internet of Things (IoT). Health insurer CZ will provide the system to 3000 elderly customers in The Netherlands, marking the first deployment of a senior smart home solution by a large health insurance company.

uTrust SmartID secure access credentials from Identiv (photo: Identiv)

Identiv, Inc. (Fremont, California) announced that it has entered into a distribution partnership with Universal Smart Cards, a UK-based market leader in the implementation of smart chip cards and technology. Identiv’s comprehensive, affordable, high-security smart card reader and credential portfolio is now available to more organisations in the USA, Europe, and worldwide. Part of the company’s continued focus on global expansion, the availability of Identiv’s access and identification solutions to Universal Smart Cards’ large network of customers and partners marks the successful regrowth of Identiv’s smart card business.

Gemalto’s latest survey discusses security concerns in IoT (photo: Gemalto)

Gemalto (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), a leader in digital security solutions, revealed that 90% of consumers lack confidence in the security of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. This comes as more than two thirds of consumers and almost 80% of organisations support governments getting involved in setting IoT security.

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