Paradox and NEC Europe further tighten their partnership by signing a reseller agreement for Paradox Engineering’s PE.AMI Smart City solution. To support utilities upgrading their grid infrastructure NEC will offer the PE.AMI along with NEC’s Information and Communication technologies and energy solutions. As part of the agreement both companies will work together on joint promotion activities, trade shows, end user and customers’ seminars.
The UNH-IOL (University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory) has setup a new home networking consortium, which is to act as a one stop shop for broadband forum TR-069 and IPv6 testing. UNH-IOL said manufacturers of CPE (customer premise equipment) can have their devices tested for IPv6 CPE Ready Logo and compliance to the TR-069 protocol. The UNH-IOL has been named the world’s only official laboratory for all Broadband Forum TR-069 testing and is the only approved laboratory for IPv6 CPE Ready Logo testing in North America.
Like a lot of technologies we use today IP (Internet Protocol) technology started as a simple idea to allow machine-to-machine communication, mainly computers. Fast forward the technology has withstand the test of time and after 30 years, IP has become the heart of the internet and telecommunications and set to become the life vein of the of the connected home.