Building on the momentum from its March customer announcement, Comcast’s enterprise Internet of Things (IoT) service, machineQ, announced the addition of several customers spanning a broad range of industries and use cases – including asset tracking, utility and water metering, facilities management, and agriculture.
GTT Communications, Inc., the global cloud networking provider to multinational clients, announced that Nilfisk, a global supplier of professional cleaning solutions headquartered in Denmark, with products and services sold in more than 100 countries, has chosen GTT to manage its global network and implement an SD-WAN service.
Digi International, a global provider of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity products and services, unveiled the Digi TransPort WR64, a high performance cellular router with dual redundant communications for complex transit systems.
Geotab, a global provider of IoT and connected vehicles, has launched its new tool, data.geotab.com. Aiming to empower organisations and local authorities in the development of smart cities, data.geotab.com grants public access to
2017 saw a 140% increase in IoT botnet infections from 2016, and those numbers are expected to increase. To anyone who regularly uses Internet-connected services, says Yossi Atias, GM IoT Security at BullGuard,
Forecasts of the number of IoT devices that will be deployed in the foreseeable future indicate healthy growth, but there are very wide variations and the “experts” employ different timeframes. For example: 18 billion by 2022; 26 billion by 2020; 75 billion by 2025 and 125 billion by 2030.
The Wi-Fi Alliance has introduced Wi-Fi CERTIFIED WPA3, the next generation of Wi-Fi security, bringing new capabilities to enhance Wi-Fi protections in personal and enterprise networks.
Tessian, the UK-based machine intelligence start-up transforming the way enterprises secure email, announced that it has raised $13 million (£9 million) in a Series A round led by Balderton Capital and existing investors, Accel.
EXCLUSIVE REPORT: Three leading European telcos admit at the 6th IoT Forum CE, that many customers are still not aware of the benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT). As one enterprise tells the C-Level operator panel, “You must show customers you understand their business, not just your own.”