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Fujisawa sustainable smart town goes into full-scale operation near Tokyo

The Fujisawa SST Council, a consortium led by Panasonic Corporation spearheading the development of the Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town (Fujisawa SST), held recently a grand opening ceremony for the forward-looking town located on the outskirts of Tokyo
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Five cities selected as winners in Bloomberg Philanthropies 2014 Mayors Challenge

Grand prize winner Barcelona aims to create digital and community ‘trust network’ for each of its at-risk elderly residents more
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Introducing Thread: A new wireless networking protocol for the home

Industry-leading companies form Thread Group to create simple, secure and low-power network for the home and its connected products more
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50 million devices now managed by Motive Home Device Manager

500% increase in less than twenty four months reinforces Motive’s market leadership more

Cisco advances the connected life at home at ANGA Cable 2009: helping service providers become experience providers

At ANGA Cable 2009, Cisco is showcasing a range of medianet technologies that will transform consumer video experiences for the Connected Life at Home. Cisco is demonstrating new technologies and solutions that help enable Internet Protocol (IP) networks to become the intelligent platform for a new generation of video and rich-media applications and services

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Motive reaches digital home milestone with more than ten million devices under management

Motive’s Home Device Manager accelerates roll-out, simplifies end-user experience with more than fifty customers worldwide

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How service providers can reduce operating costs through virtualizing residential gateway functions into the network cloud

Simplifying digital home networks enables easier connectivity for home devices, greatly reducing technical assistance or costly home service visits more
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Gartner says smart cities will use 1.1 billion connected things in 2015

Smart homes to lead with 294 million connected things in use in 2015 more
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Ericsson's 10 hot consumer trends for 2015: Connectivity integrated into daily life

Ericsson ConsumerLab's annual report shows that consumers want technology and connectivity to be integrated into all facets of daily life - in everything from bathroom mirrors, to sidewalks and medicine jars
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