O2 has brought consumer IoT services to reality, writes Telecoms.com’s Tim Skinner, by launching an array of smart home offerings in the UK, targeting the everyday tech user. Continue reading O2 launches home monthly IoT bundles
Over the past months, telecommunications companies have been active in the residential space, what does the future hold in store? Continue reading Uncovering the $30 Billion Smart Home Opportunity
I recently met with SmartThings, at their funky office space by Moorgate. If you haven’t heard about them yet (which I think is highly unlikely) then check them out. Their website has a great short video on what the future … Continue reading Why Telcos should be WINNING in the Connected Home Market
Guest post from Jim Hunter, Greenwave Systems If you’re thinking this article is about creating a historical record that our future robot overlords may read and reward me for, you’re not entirely right. To keep this particular writing distanced from Terminator-induced … Continue reading ‘Things’ Are People, Too
Predicting the future is no easy feat. Especially in the ever-evolving world of telcos where customer behaviours are constantly changing and technologies advance at an insane pace. That’s why this year Broadband World Forum will be home to its very … Continue reading Look 10 years into the future at Broadband World Forum…
Written by Scott Bicheno Just as with the rest of IoT, the connected home has been the subject of a lot of speculation but little end product. One company that hasn’t been afraid to try some out on its customers … Continue reading Swisscom details its progress in the connected home market
The Connected Home: The Next Big Thing? There was a time, not too long ago, when the connected home was just a crazy ideal for the future. Films such as Back to the Future portrayed a futuristic vision where your home … Continue reading Why 2015 is turning into the year of the Smart Home
The following is a guest blog from Jason Walls, Director of Technical Marketing for QA Cafe, and co-chair of the BroadbandHome Working Group at the Broadband Forum, the creator of TR-069, the CPE WAN Management Protocol. The Broadband Forum was both … Continue reading What’s next for TR-069?