Consumer demand for IoT devices is growing rapidly as they look to make the most of connectivity and the smart home. However, the increase in IoT devices also increases the number of security vulnerabilities and creates challenges for communication service providers (CSPs) and consumers alike around control of the smart home.
Global provider of catalogue-driven software, Sigma Systems, is expanding its Cloud-First strategy with deployment of its Create-Sell-Deliver portfolio on Microsoft Azure.
As networks become more complex and software-driven due to the rise of 5G, the Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud-based services, service providers have an urgent need to use more proactive methods for addressing service disruptions.
In key geographic markets, smart home device sales will reach 356.3 million units annually in 2024, accounting for 80.2 million total smart homes. This represents an installed base of 1.33 billion smart home devices, with annual sales revenue of $21.3 billion (€18.99 billion) in 2024.
There is tremendous hype about the Internet of Things (IoT), how explosively it will grow and what a tremendous opportunity it represents for communications service providers (CSPs).
The ongoing digital transformation, powered by the advancements of Industry 4.0, is creating a unique opportunity for Communications Service Providers (CSPs) to expand their offerings portfolio well beyond just connectivity.
Guavus, a Thales company and specialist in Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based analytics, has acquired SQLstream. SQLstream is a real-time streaming analytics company based in San Francisco, CA. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
In 2018, the world is a more connected place than ever before. As dependence on mobile devices continues to grow, so too does the cyber risk, says Moshe Elias, director of product marketing at Allot.
Sigma Systems has won the Mayor’s Challenge Award for Ageing Population at the Global Smart City Summit in Liverpool, UK. As the winner of the Ageing Population Challenge Award, Sigma will partner with Liverpool City Council and deploy its Sigma Catalog
Dojo by BullGuard, a provider of IoT security platform for Communication Service Providers (CSPs), has launched the Dojo Intelligent IoT Vulnerability Scanner for CSPs. Designed as an easy-to-use, free app for customers, the Dojo Intelligent Scanner is powered by the Dojo IoT Security Intelligent Platform (DIP), a comprehensive, CSP-grade cybersecurity solution.
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