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WiseConn's DropControl Sensing Solution Embeds Wireless Connectivity with Digi XBee
July 19, 2017
Irrigation and long-range flow control need robust point-to-point communications that don't rely on a constantly-connected central coordinator. Thanks to the DigiMesh protocol, WiseConn could focus their resources on their product's functionality.
Internet of Things Device Security: Five Simple Steps (video)
July 13, 2017
"Device security is a critical and complex step in designing an Internet of Things strategy. Digis Chief Technology Officer
i.MX6 Ultra Lite Demos for Building Low-Power Connected Applications
July 07, 2017
To help designers and engineers effectively build low power IoT applications with cloud connectivity Digi experts Martin and Andreas have provided two demonstrations to highlight low power applications using Digi ConnectCore 6 and 6UL system-on-module solutions featuring the NXP i.MX6 and i.MX6 UL applications processors.
Introducing NB-IoT Technologies for Cellular IoT
June 15, 2017
NB-IoT (also referred to as Narrowband IoT or NB1) is another new mobile data standard for the growing LPWA market, part of the latest Release (13) from the 3GPP cellular standards body. Similar to LTE-M, NB-IoT is optimized for lower-bandwidth applications (data rates up to 250Kbps) and ideal for devices that sleep most of the time, waking up to report their data periodically. NB-IoT uses a...
Introduction to LTE-M Cellular Technology
June 09, 2017
Introduction to LTE-M LTE-M (also referred to as LTE Cat-M or Cat-M1) is a new mobile data standard for the growing LPWA, or Low-Power Wide-Area market. Its part of the latest Release (13) from the 3GPP cellular standards organization. LTE-M is optimized for lower bandwidth applications, devices that can sleep and report their data periodically. It supports ultra-long battery life...
Digi Announces Support for AWS Greengrass
June 07, 2017
We are proud to announce that the Digi ConnectCore® line of connected embedded products based on the NXP i.MX6/6UL application processors now supports Amazon Web Services (AWS) IoT and AWS Greengrass. AWS Greengrass compatibility enables intelligent IoT devices to communicate securely over a local network and exchange messages without having a persistent connection to the cloud. ...
Yocto Project for Embedded Systems Design
June 07, 2017
Choosing an operating system (OS) for an embedded system is one of the most complex and critical tasks. It has significant long-term ramifications that affect both development and the market success of a product.
Digi XBee Cellular Supports MicroPython Programmability
May 24, 2017
MicroPython is an open-source programming language based on Python 3, and has been optimized to fit on small devices with limited hardware resources, such as micro-controllers.
Security in the IoT: Digi XBee Cellular Featuring Digi TrustFence
May 18, 2017
Security for Connected Devices Embedded security is a critical requirement for a growing number of connected IoT applications and devices. Evolving technology and network connectivity expose device manufacturers to significant new security risks and engineering challenges. Digi TrustFence™ provides a tested and fully integrated security framework designed for the long product life...
Cellular, Zigbee, Wi-Fi, and More: What Does It Mean To Deliver True Compatibility Regardless of Technology?
May 12, 2017
True compatibility is a combination of common hardware and software interfaces that are future-proof and provide design flexibility. Digi XBee offers true compatibility with a common footprint and common APIs:Common FootprintIn one compact design footprint, Digi XBees give our customers access to multiple wireless protocols and RF frequencies including Cellular, Zigbee®, 802.15.4 and Wi-Fi...
Top 5 Questions to Ask When Securely Deploying & Managing Remote Devices
May 12, 2017
Does my vendor do Penetration Testing?Penetration testing, also known as pen testing, tests for vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit on a device, network, or web application. Ideally, device manufacturers should submit to frequent (quarterly) pen testing by external contractors AND ad-hoc pen testing by interested customers.What security certifications does my vendor maintain?You want...
Design for LPWA with LTE Cat 1 Today. Ready for LTE-M and NB-IoT Networks Tomorrow.
May 08, 2017
Build for Today LTE Cat 1 is a critical cellular technology for low-power, low-bandwidth IoT deployments. While it supports data rates of 10Mbps Downlink / 5Mbps Uplink, its not optimal for higher bandwidth applications that require streaming data or large file transfers. LTE Cat 3 or 4 are better suited for applications that require high data rates and are (typically) mains powered, with...
Future-Proof Your IoT Products Today with Field-Proven zigbee
May 05, 2017
Digi XBee® is the most popular module for building zigbee mesh networks. Our new zigbee 3.0 firmware is coming soon which will combine many of the zigbee application layers and will natively support dotdot, the next chapter in enabling smart objects to work together on any network.
Digi XBee Cellular Versus Rudimentary Cellular Breakout Boards
April 14, 2017
The Digi XBee Cellular represents a quantum leap ahead of the typical breakout boards on the market today in terms of features, functionality, and ease of development. A breakout board breaks out the pins of an underlying cellular module onto a printed circuit board giving you access to use the pins, but little or no additional functionality. Some breakout boards include end-device...
What Linux Kernel Does Accelerated Use?
March 28, 2017
At Accelerated Concepts, the Linux kernel is at the heart of our hardware development. It provides a powerful and secure software engine upon which we build our world-leading cellular networking solutions.So, what Linux kernel do we use?Our engineering team has dozens of years of experience developing with and embedding the Linux kernel into critical networking equipment. We dont just take an...
4 Reasons to Attend SOM Success Story Webinar 3/29
March 23, 2017
With nearly a century of experience, the electric car pioneer Frazer-Nash designed the first zero-emission taxi in London. The hardware and software design teams spent 16 months trying to develop a chip-down solution before deciding to use a SOM from Digi. Frazer-Nash have since lowered development costs and improved its software throughput by a factor of 15x.Join us and Digi-Key Electronics on...
Bring Your Own Cellular Network
March 21, 2017
Connecting to an on-premise network for retail terminals in third party environments may seem like a great idea. Its probably free to use and easy to set up. That is until something goes wrong.
5 Myths About Cellular Carrier Certification
March 17, 2017
The following is an excerpt from a recent guest post in Electronic Designs 11 Myths series, from Digi Principal RF Engineer, Matthew Schellin. In it, Matthew discusses some common myths about cellular carrier certification to avoid.
What are the Differences Between LTE-M and NB-IoT Cellular Protocols?
March 08, 2017
New cellular protocols are set to roll out in 2017 to provide low power and low cost cellular connectivity for industrial Internet of Things applications.
What's in a Name? Sorting Out the Alphabet Soup of 3GPP Cellular Naming Conventions
March 02, 2017
The 3GPP was organized to establish 3G cellular specifications based on evolved Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) specifications within the scope of the International Mobile Telecommunications-2000 project of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
Make the Most of Your Automobile with Macchina M2 and Cellular Connectivity
February 21, 2017
Regardless of our age, we can all attest to the advancements the automobile industry has made throughout its history, but the Internet of Things (IoT) has accelerated this change even more with smart cars, hybrid and fully electric cars, and strides being made towards to self-driving cars.
Carrier Certification Testing: Avoid Last-Minute Delays and First-Test Failures
February 21, 2017
Here are four recommendations to stay ahead of cellular carrier requirements and passing initial carrier certifications the first time.
4 Top Questions About the Future of Cellular Networks in IoT
February 17, 2017
Recently, two of our product managers sat down with M2M Zone for an in-depth discussion about connectivity types in the IoT space, next-generation cellular networks, and what it all means for your IoT/M2M applications.
4 FAQs for Your First Digi XBee® Cellular Development Kit
February 17, 2017
Digi XBee Cellular is the latest member of the Digi XBee family, a family that includes a wide range of RF protocols and standards designed to meet the needs of users, makers, and Original Equipment Manufactures (OEMs).
3 Reasons Wireless Is a Great Solution for Demanding Conditions
February 10, 2017
Industrial ecosystems can be unpredictable and are often built in challenging locations. Digi's wireless solutions help keep industrial applications connected and communicating in the most demanding conditions.
XCTU: Next Generation Configuration Platform for XBee
January 26, 2017
Digi XCTU is a free multi-platform application that enables developers to interact with Digi XBee RF modules through a simple graphical interface. It includes tools that make it easy to set up, configure and test modules.
5 Lessons Learned from the Mirai DDoS Attack
January 13, 2017
Security is always top of mind when it comes to IoT devices and applications. The recent Mirai DDoS attack in October 2016 is an important reminder that IoT device manufacturersand consumersneed to be vigilant with security, both out of the box and at home.Recently, Andrew Lund, Digis Product Marketing Manager for Wireless M2M and IoT, shared his thoughts with IoT Evolution on the Mirai...
Big Data and IoT Team Up for the Gaming and Lottery Industries
January 12, 2017
Watch the video below to learn why IGT turned to Digi TransPort® LTE wireless routers to keep those bets and wagers flowing.
3 Reasons You Should Consider Embedded Cellular Connectivity
January 04, 2017
The following is an excerpt from our recent brief, 5 Reasons You Should Consider Embedded Cellular Technology. If youveever considered embedded cellular technology in the past, this brief will quickly highlight some of the key benefits and how the Digi XBee Cellular family can help reduce the cost and complexity of your embedded cellular technology deployment.Makers of remotely deployed...
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