According to foreign media reports, Intel will acquire Moovit, an Israeli public transportation solution provider, for US$1 billion. The financial news website Calcalist reported on Sunday local time that the chip maker Intel Corporation’s negotiation to buy Israeli public transportation app developer Moovit has entered the final stage, with a transaction value of US$1 billion. Calcalist also q...
TT Electronics has launched its S-2CONNECT Creo Development Kit with LTE Cat M1/NB-IoT to accelerate digital programmes. The kit is intended for software developers who need to reduce R&D risk and fast-tracking IoT application development.
“The S-2CONNECT series is an end-to-end framework that seamlessly delivers hardware, connectivity, infrastructure, and user experience solutions,” commented Kjell Karlsson, managing director at TT Electronics. “The platform helps users streamline the secure connection of products and systems, and enables data-led business decisions, delivering benefits like predictive and preventative maintenance, carbon footprint reduction, and other efficiency improvements.”
The kit includes the S-2CONNECT Creo SOM, an evaluation board, and accessories and comes with a three-month cellular subscription.