Expansion of new telecommunication (telecom) and Internet of Things (IoT) segment focus announced, following highest Lenovo Data Center Group revenue quarter in two years
Latest development will provide comprehensive verification services, further contributing to IoT market expansion.
Ruckus Networks has introduced the Ruckus IoT Suite, which enables organisations to readily construct a secure IoT access network that consolidates multiple physical-layer IoT networks into a single network.
Enhanced joint solution simplifies orchestration of control and user
for mobile operators to deploy 5G and IoT services closer to subscribers with greater agility.
Software AG has unveiled the latest version of its open, cloud-based Cumulocity IoT platform, which builds on its powerful distributed architecture with additional edge processing capabilities.
4.0 scenarios, such as predictive maintenance, are based on the
provision of data, as well as integrated, networked communication.
Moscow IT Department has completed the implementation of a unified IoT platform monitoring and controlling over 22,000 communal vehicles.
By Kriti Sharma. VP, Artificial Intelligence at Sage.
Internet of Things (IoT) to be the focus of new partnership.
Artificial intelligence is rapidly moving into businesses, and the technology is fundamentally reshaping society. To strengthen and expand its AI capabilities, Tieto has recruited Christian Guttmann, a renowned and world-leading expert in the field of AI. In his new role, Christian drives fast-growing and innovative business opportunities for Tieto’s customers.
New data reveals that only 27 per cent of organisations have policies in place to protect against IoT threats.
Cradlepoint has introduced all-inclusive cloud service packages for its Internet of Things (IoT) network solutions that include Software-Defined Perimeter technology for secure device-to-cloud connectivity. This is the second major product announcement from Cradlepoint under its new NetCloud Solution Packages model, which launched Jan. 16, 2018.
A recent OnePoll survey for Ultima has found more than half (57 per cent) of the UK’s SMEs fear big businesses use of robotic process automation will help to drive them out of business in the next five years, yet 10 per cent believe that automating repetitive, time-consuming tasks is not important to their success.
2017 has been an interesting year for cyber security. With hacks still dominating the headlines and GDPR looming the spotlight has been firmly on the cyber-security industry to help consumers and businesses alike stay secure in an increasingly digital world. With 2018 round the corner, the spotlight is set to stay firmly on the security space, with Dan Panesar, VP EMEA at Certes Networks predicting that blockchain, the rise of virtualization and threat of AI will dominate conversations.
Global IoT connectivity platform provider Thingstream announces the launch of its online ‘Connectivity Store’, enabling manufacturers to purchase SIMs, modules & starter kits to accelerate IoT connectivity projects.
New research finds that almost half of agritech businesses agree that their processes to combat IoT-related cyber threats need improvement.
Integrating visual data with IoT is a ‘no-brainer’.
MindBridge Analytics Inc, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions within the auditing profession, is helping Kingston Smith, a top 20 UK chartered accountancy, to transform UK audit analytics.
Juniper Networks and Telefónica are working to develop the telecom leader’s own vision of a Self-Driving Network™. This would be the next iteration of Telefónica’s Fusión Network (in which Juniper is a key partner), the platform built to drive digital transformation for its customers across Spain.
Wi-SUN Alliance research shows half of organisations undertaking IoT projects have fully implemented strategy – but concerns over security, lack of funding and commitment.