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DistribuTECH Plays Host to More Than 20 Wi-SUN Alliance Member Companies in 2023

As DistribuTECH 2023 (Feb. 7-9 in San Diego, CA) draws closer, we take some time out to reflect on this hugely important event for Wi-SUN Alliance and many of its members. The leading Transmission and Distribution event for utilities, technology providers and industry leaders, DTECH provides an exciting and thought-provoking opportunity to meet with our […]

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Managing Growing Technical Complexity in IoT Projects

The Internet of Things (IoT) is fundamentally changing the world around us. Whether it’s cars, agriculture, healthcare, utilities, or manufacturing, industries of all different shapes and sizes are successfully tapping into the ability to connect and optimize devices and sensors. The last few years have seen the IoT vision grow from a theoretical concept to

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Members News: Wi-SUN Seminar on the New Ecology of the IoT Held in Metering China 2022

Hsinchu, Taiwan – August 3, 2022- “2022 Metering Industry Annual Conference” hosted by Global Metering was held in Wuxi, China on August 2nd. The Wi-SUN Alliance and the Wi-SUN member companies including Vertexcom, Silicon Labs, Hexing Electrical, Lierda IOT Technology, and LEHEINFO, jointly held the “Wi-SUN Seminar on the New Ecology of the IoT” discussing

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Wi-SUN Alliance Report: IoT Security Fears Fall by Over 30% in the Last Five Years, Data Privacy Concerns Grow

– Data privacy regulation a top three challenge for IoT adopters – UK organizations more likely to include secure data collection in their IoT strategies August 4, 2022 – Fears over security have become less of a concern for organizations adopting IoT solutions than it was five years ago, according to a recent study by

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