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ON World predicts high growth for the WSN market, with R&D investment to top $1 billion in 2012.

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

“Aligned with government’s top priorities, Wireless Sensor Networking (WSN) is attracting hundreds of millions of R&D funding in several recession-proof markets, according to a recent study by ON World.  Including both public and private sources, WSN R&D spending will reach $1.3 billion in 2012, up from $522 million in 2007.”

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Eginity has been accepted into the Excellence in Entrepreneurship Certificate Course

Thursday, January 15th, 2009

Eginity has been accepted into the January 2009 Excellence in Entrepreneurship Certificate Course, which is the first step toward being accepted into the UCF Business Incubation Program. The course consists of seven evening sessions lasting three hours each, which will cover the following topics: developing successful business ideas, building a strong business team, proper legal and ethical foundations, marketing strategies and effective sales, funding and financing and entrepreneurial insights. The team members attending the courses will be Rob Allen (CEO), Alan McGinn (CTO), Steven Fiske (Marketing) and Lisa Wilde (Operations). We’re looking forward to a challenging and rewarding experience that will help us not only prepare for our future as a client of the Incubation Program, but for our success as a company and as professionals.

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A new class of embedded systems has emerged that are capable of interoperating natively with IP-connected devices.

Thursday, January 1st, 2009

“The Compact Application Protocol (CAP) is an open framework that combines the IP world with ZigBee technology, enabling users to operate devices produced by different vendors on existing networks without using an inefficient gateway translation layer.  With the increasing adoption and growth of embedded networking technologies such as IEEE 802.15.4 and 6LoWPAN, a new class of embedded systems has emerged. These are different from previous systems because they can interoperate natively with IP-connected devices (both IPv4 and IPv6). As vendors introduce more wireless products in the marketplace, an end-to-end framework for enabling standardized communications between those devices becomes critical. Although a number of IP-based solutions tailored for the network layer lend themselves to interoperability, few products target the application layer.”

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