The lighting giant is expanding its OEM list by four and leaving open the possibility that it might use their products in its own branded line.
A major US city has dropped an Internet of Things based lighting system, saying that they have more important things to work on.
We are living in the age of the acquisition. In the last three months alone, Osram sold LEDvance; LSI acquired Atlas; Holland's Nordeon Group picked up both Lamp Lighting and Schmitz Leuchten; Philips Lighting acquired Luciom; Sweden's Fagerhult bought WE-EF Leuchten; and US controls company Leviton acquired lighting firm ConTech. That's seven since December. And there are more to come as fragmented vendors seek scale, relief and internet technologies in a market raging with more competitive pressure than ever.
An IoT security consultant shows an overflow crowd at LuxLive just how easy it is to waltz into a Wi-Fi network and steal private information.
The Hive IoT partnership between the LED company and the power utility could energise the residential market for connected lamps and trigger more utility alliances.