Analysts and major enterprises predicted there would be 50 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices connected by 2020, yet the true figure stands closer to 9 billion. Here, Eseye asks if this is the biggest prediction failure in the history of IT, and identifies the six key challenges that IoT must overcome in 2020 to reach its potential.
A fully automated, direct IoT ‘Device-to-Cloud’ solution has been launched by Gemalto and Eseye. It is designed to simplify the process of onboarding an IoT device into AWS IoT Core securely.
With the rising number of IoT devices, which is expected to surpass the 20 billion mark by next year, there are a lot of big changes to anticipate.
Eseye a UK-based company specialising in ubiquitous global IoT connectivity, announced a strategic partnership with Gemalto, a Thales company. Together they aim to deliver the world’s first family of pre-integrated modules that will simplify Internet of Things (IoT) device design, cloud connectivity and accelerate time-to-market.
Thales, a global provider of digital security, and Tata Communications, a global digital infrastructure provider, are working together to develop a secure global IoT connectivity solution.
The rising number of devices which are being associated through IoT networks is considered as a vital factor propelling demand for embedded security for IoT.
Digital security specialist, Gemalto is claiming an industry-first for its 5G SIM. It is designed to meet operator requirements for the new generation of network deployments which will emerge in 2019.
Drones are no longer just for hobbyists. Their soaring commercial popularity has led to the International Standards Organisation (ISO) announcing the first ever worldwide drone standards for the industry; a move that will inevitably provide the framework for global regulation and legislation moving forward.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, announced its next-generation modem purpose-built for Internet of Things (IoT) applications such as asset trackers, health monitors, security systems, smart city sensors and smart meters, as well as a range of wearable trackers.
With pressure to ensure consumer data is protected mounting, Gemalto, the provider in digital security, released the results of a global study which reveals that two in three companies (65%) are unable to analyse all the data they collect and
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