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<p>The goal of the standard is establishing the widest possible interoperability in the Internet of Things. Members of the EEBus Initiative are about 60 companies from a host of different industrial branches including energy, home appliances, telecommunications, automotive, heating and electronics.</p>

What’s more, There is public discussion of how the AllJoyn and [OCF] technologies could be unified,” said Michael Richmond who heads the OCF, pointing to multiple public discussions such as one by AllJoyn’s creator comparing the two architectures. It will be interesting to see where these ideas lead us,” Richmond said.

A wide swath of the tech community from AT&T to Twitter backed Apple with amicus briefs in support of its position. Both U.S, President Barack Obama and Attorney General Loretta Lynch recently made the government’s case in public appearances in tech capitals of Austin and San Francisco, respectively.

It’s not clear whether the government accessed the iPhone’s data through a new or existing technique. A representative of the Justice Department was not immediately available for comment.

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One DoJ spokesperson was quoted in a story by the New York Times:

It remains a priority for the government to ensure that law enforcement can obtain crucial digital information to protect national security and public safety, either with cooperation from relevant parties, or through the court system when cooperation fails…[and] we will continue to pursue all available options for this mission, including seeking the cooperation of manufacturers and relying upon the creativity of both the public and private sectors.”

Apple proponents cheered the decision.

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The consensus among credible technical experts has always been that there were multiple ways the FBI could attempt to bypass the phone’s security, and that the government’s goal in its legal fight with Apple was not to access the data on the phone but rather to set a precedent to compel private companies to build backdoors into their products,” said a digital rights group called Fight for the Future in a press statement.

It couldn’t be clearer that they read the tea leaves, saw they were going to lose both in the court of law and the court of public opinion, and gave up, for now at least,” said Tiffiniy Cheng, co-founder of the group that collected more than 20,000 comments supporting Apple.

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Next page: Congress weighs in on the work ahead

Back from last week’s 2016 Applied Power Electronics conference (APEC), I’ve gathered what I consider are the top 10 new innovative products and architectures announced at IEEE’s popular APEC (March 20-24). These products are essential to designers for near-term design needs as well as additions to a designer’s portfolio for future designs. Please watch for in-depth technical articles on these 10 items in the coming weeks authored by me on EDN.

Meanwhile, Sigfox, the first mover in this sector, is rolling out its own 800-900 MHz service worldwide. Several other players with their own technologies such as Ingenu are trying to deploy competing networks or license others to build them.

Cisco Systems has jumped into the LoRa camp, offering gateways for the network. Both LoRa and Sigfox are attracting interest from chip makers including Microchip, STMicroelectronics and Texas Instruments.

Performance characteristics of the existing ISM band and emerging cellular technologies seem to be roughly in same ball park, and typically standards solutions prevail,” said Karri Kuoppanaki, a vice president of network technology and strategy at TMobile. The carrier has IoT customers using GSM networks today but it has yet to make a decision” which future technology it will back. 

Different operators have different business models and needs, but if they deploy something like Sigfox how that evolves to a 3GPP service remains to be seen,” said Kuoppanaki. The comping narrowband LTE approach will be easier to integrate with existing [cellular] networks rather than a completely new radio from a third party and it will have economy of scale given global demand,” he said.

The narrowband LTE standard won’t hit the sub-$5 chip costs of unlicensed alternatives nor will it be the best use of valuable licensed spectrum, said Jameson Buffmire, a business analyst in Orange’s San Francisco office.

More importantly, now there will be indigenous China-based x86 server designs,” he said.

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