Object storage system starts accelerating machine learning for Tokyo

As first reported on IoT Now in July (Cloudian, Dentsu and QCT) claim first smart data-driven advertising model in Japan), Cloudian, Inc., a provider of hybrid cloud object storage systems, has transitioned its HyperStore technology-enabled roadside digital advertising project in Tokyo from a proof-of-concept to production use.

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The lightbulb is dead, long live the smart bulb

The era of the humble, dumb lightbulb may soon be over. These days smart lightbulbs are being made for home and business, and look set to make a significant contribution to the smart home.

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Current Internet of Things security tools are ‘not fit for purpose’, Gheri tells IoT Now

Imagine if there was a scalable, affordable security technology that protected commercial devices in the Internet of Things (IoT).

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George Malim appointed as new Editor of IoT Now Magazine

The directors of WKM Ltd, publishers of IoT Now magazine, are pleased to announce that, following the sad passing of Alun Lewis, George Malim is to extend his role with the company and has been appointed as Editor of IoT Now print magazine.

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The future of customer experience

Increasingly, companies are moving away from a price-led approach in favour of a value-led strategy. One that puts the focus on customer experience. Retaining customers and growing brand awareness are mounting challenges for B2B businesses.

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How to realise the full benefits of a connected society

IoT Now: Let’s begin with an overview of your role and responsibilities within iconectiv. Chris Drake: I am the CTO of iconectiv and have responsibility for our strategic technology initiatives.

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Can connected city products and services help Singapore and Malaysia beat their challenges?

In the third and final part of IoT Now’s report on smart cities in Malaysia and Singapore, we hear from ten UK companies that recently visited the countries as part of the Connected Cities Trade Mission, organised by Innovate UK and UK Trade and Investment (UKTI).

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What are the connected city challenges facing Singapore and Malaysia today?

Ten UK companies recently visited Malaysia and Singapore as part of the Connected Cities Trade Mission, organised by Innovate UK and UK Trade and Investment (UKTI). In the second of a 3-part report IoT Now gets their views on smart cities in the region.

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UK trade mission to Malaysia and Singapore finds growing connected city opportunities

Ten UK companies recently visited Malaysia and Singapore as part of the Connected Cities Trade Mission, organised by Innovate UK and UK Trade and Investment (UKTI).

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Do you need a crazy, IT-addicted mayor to develop a smart city?

A high-level network operator panel was assembled on Day One of M2M World Congress 2016 in London last week. Moderated by Tom Rebbeck, research director at Analysys Mason, it covered operators’ future roles and the proposed need for a “crazy, IT-addicted mayor” when creating smart cities.

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SMiD aims to make every cloud your own private cloud, with help from Indiegogo

SMiD Cloud is a technology start-up aiming to create cybersecurity solutions that ensure the security and privacy of information stored, both in the cloud and locally.

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Iranian university opens MENA’s first lab for IoT experiments

The Islamic Azad University (IAU) is a private university system in Iran, and reportedly one of the largest comprehensive systems of universities, colleges, and community colleges in the world. Now, the university is to create what it says is the first ever lab for Internet of Things (IoT) experiments in the Middle East & North

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Welcome back, we’ve changed a bit. How about you?

You turn your back for a few hours and look what happens! The things you’ve come to rely on – like M2M Now – change. Welcome to IoT Now.

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