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ARM buys Mistbase and NextG-Com to extend its reach in IoT

CIO.com - News - 32 min 53 sec ago

Chip designer ARM has a new strategy for the internet of things: to offer complete solutions "from application software to antenna."

ARM has typically left it to licensees of its microprocessor designs to add their own wide-area radio modems and other circuitry essential for the chips at the heart of smartphones and other connected devices. That's the case with Qualcomm, for example, which packages ARM's processor core with its own LTE modems to deliver the chips at the heart of Apple's iPhones.

But now ARM wants to deliver the whole stack itself, at least for low-power, low-bandwidth devices, ARM wireless business general manager Paul Williamson said in a blog post Tuesday.

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Categories: Opinion

The Death of the Click

Slashdot - 1 hour 31 sec ago
Categories: Geek, Opinion

IDG Contributor Network: How CIO-CMO Partnerships Leverage Omni-Channel Marketing Strategy to Drive Business Value

CIO.com - Opinion - 1 hour 44 min ago

Today’s forward-thinking CIOs form strategic partnerships with CMOs to create innovative marketing solutions that result in new customers, markets, and revenue streams. Forbes identified Zeta Global as one of America’s most promising companies because it understands how to leverage the CIO-CMO relationship to drive competitive advantage. Dr. Jeffry Nimeroff, CIO at Zeta Global, shared his insights on the value of this partnership in a recent interview.

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Verizon knocks off $350M from Yahoo deal after breaches

CIO.com - News - 2 hours 3 min ago

Verizon Communications will pay US$350 million less for Yahoo after two major data breaches reported by the struggling internet pioneer.

Verizon will pay about $4.48 billion for Yahoo's operating business, and the two companies will share any potential legal and regulatory liabilities arising from two major data breaches announced in late 2016. The companies announced the amended terms of the deal Tuesday.

Back in October, one news report had Verizon seeking a $1 billion discount after the first breach was announced.

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Categories: Opinion

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