Canonical released Ubuntu 19.04, focused on open infrastructure deployments, the developer desktop, Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud to edge software distribution.
The Wireless Broadband Alliance, an organisation supporting the adoption of next generation Wi-Fi services across the Wi-Fi ecosystem, has claimed to announced the world’s first Wi-Fi 6 Industrial Enterprise and IoT trial, as part of its ongoing Wi-Fi 6 program.
In-memory computing platform company, Hazelcast has unveiled Hazelcast Jet, said to be the only streaming engine with no external system dependencies. According to the company, the result is the industry’s fastest stream processing engine that dramatically simplifies implementation from the smallest to largest deployments.
Siemens is offering a low-code application development platform for the enterprise, to ease software development for the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT).
Creating robust and economically viable state-of-the-art monitoring toolsets is a challenge across industry 4.0 companies, which use “smart factories” and the Internet of Things (IoT) to create virtual copies of physical environments to enable decentralised decision-making in real-time.
People respond to voice warnings; evacuations are speedier when timely information is communicated, says Steve Loughney of Siemens Building Technologies.
Radbot inventor, Damon Hart-Davis, explains why keeping it simple should be front of mind as the industry develops smart heating technologies
As the first commercial deployments of 5G start to appear/be lit up, the stage is set for consumers finally to find out what the powerful next-generation mobile standard promises can bring: an ambitious and far-reaching technological advance that transforms virtually all aspects of human activity — how we experience life, conduct business, create goods, and build societies.
The Trusted IoT Alliance (TIoTA), an ecosystem of more than 50 companies working together to build open source trusted systems for IoT with blockchain and related technologies,
Where are all the women in tech? Research by PwC suggests just 15 per cent of current employees in STEM roles are women. Mary Hunter, winner of the IAMCP’s 2018 Women in Tech Leadership Award and the Nottingham Post’s Businesswoman of the Year,
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