Profiting from IoT – Look to your partners for success

The Internet of Things (IoT) as a new business offering has opened the door for the service provider community to embrace the upsides new innovative consumer and enterprise service opportunities. However, let’s face the honest truth … are service providers actually providing any true value on top of the connectivity? For most, says Paul Hughes, director

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Interoute to support upscale of global internet company’s European business operations

Interoute, the global cloud and network provider, announced that it has been selected by a global internet technology company to deliver over 1,000 kilometres of dark fibre across south west Europe. With growing European end-user requirements, the expanded capacity from Interoute will provide business critical assurance for the internet technology company’s platform.

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Origin Protocol and NuCypher bring data privacy to decentralised sharing applications

Origin Protocol, a blockchain startup that is building the infrastructure for a new decentralised sharing economy, has announced they are forming a technology partnership with NuCypher, a company that provides encryption technology to decentralised applications.

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Smiths Detection’s HI-SCAN 6040 CTiX scanner granted EDS CB C2 approval

Smiths Detection releases its first checkpoint scanner with innovative Computed Tomography (CT) technology, following approval by ECAC for EDS CB C2 – testing for C3 will follow swiftly. CT is a complete game-changer for checkpoint security as, using the company’s proprietary technology,

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The ecosystem of the Internet of Things: From devices to real benefit

By themselves, smart devices do not guarantee profits, but only create an opportunity for these. That is why a huge role in the creation and use of decisions in the application and use of the Internet of Things belongs to its ecosystem.

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Don’t risk deadly delays with your data

There is no doubt that industrial applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) have emerged as some of the most compelling use cases for the technology. The latest estimates place the number of connected devices anywhere between 20 billion and 50 billion by 2020,

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What to expect from IoT platforms in 2018

With increased value provided by edge computing to security improvements with Blockchain integration, IoT platforms across the board are just starting to get sexy. The intelligent digital mesh is evolving and enterprises today are paying attention to the disruption and impact on business operations now and soon on the horizon.

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Vodafone and Huawei test applicability of IP microwave backhaul for 5G

Vodafone and Huawei have completed lab tests which indicate that traditional IP microwave links will be considered a viable technology for 5G backhaul. 5G will play a critical role in meeting the bandwidth requirements of mobile customers from 2020 onwards.

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Zamboni brings IoT vehicle intelligence to the ice with Digi International

Digi International®, a global provider of Internet of Things (IoT) products and services, has helped launch the world’s first smart, connected ice resurfacer from the Zamboni Company, an ice resurfacing technology. Digi’s professional services team developed a customised application

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Delphix brings powerful new data security capabilities to SAP

Delphix, the company that has changed the dynamics of managing and consuming data, announced new enhancements to the Delphix Dynamic Data Platform that deliver advanced algorithms specifically tuned for SAP data, able to mask full volumes of SAP data with an unmatched level of speed, simplicity, and accuracy.

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HARTING features efficiency improvements in manufacturing logistics based on Integrated Industry 4.0 and IoT

At Smart Industry Expo, HARTING is demonstrating its range of automation solutions for improving the efficiency of manufacturing logistic processes based on the concepts of Integrated Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things (IoT) (Stand S244).

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Rewind and rewire: The IoT without the internet

Do we need an IoT 2.0? asks Ken Munro, partner at Pen Test Partners. Being brave enough to take a new approach to an old problem is how technology gets adopted. It’s how pioneers from Steve Jobs to Elon Musk have revolutionised industries.

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Global Cloud Index Projects cloud traffic to represent 95% of total data centre traffic by 2021

Cisco released the seventh annual Cisco Global Cloud Index (2016-2021). The updated report focuses on data centre virtualisation and cloud computing, which have become fundamental elements in transforming how many business and consumer network services are delivered.

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Rise of the smart city will come with the car’s death

Some people like change, some people don’t like change, and when it comes to building anything most fear the cars that come with it. Antony Savvas considers whether his local paper will ever be free of parking fears, let alone full of brave new world attitudes to smart cities.

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How IoT and microservices can overcome the mass data challenge

Our planet is changing. An ever-growing population combined with a rapidly-escalating increase in traffic and the number of extreme weather events is putting continuous pressure on our infrastructure assets. IoT technology is no longer a ‘nice-to-have’ but increasingly a necessity when it comes to the future, across everything from smart devices in the home, to

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Festo focuses on smarter automation

At this year’s Drive’s & Controls Exhibition in the Smart Industry Expo, Festo, the supplier of automation equipment, will be showcasing exciting new developments and solutions for smarter automation. Festo will be presenting new developments and products in Industry 4.0 technology;

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