US businesses show IoT investment resilience, despite pandemic

Despite the adversity caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, grounds for optimism remain for IoT spending in the US.

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Nozomi Networks and Tripwire announce strategic partnership

Nozomi Networks Inc., the provider of OT and IoT security, and Tripwire, a global provider of security and compliance solutions for enterprises and industrial organisations, announced they have partnered to help organisations lower cyber risk with consistent security controls that span their IT, OT and IoT environments.

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JFrog acquires Upswift, bringing software updates and container deployment for IoT devices to developers

JFrog Ltd., the Liquid Software company, announced the acquisition of Upswift, the creators of connected device management software for developers. The combined companies aim to deliver the industry’s complete development-to-device platform that bridges the gap between current IoT software silos and common DevOps processes, such as dependency scanning, CI/CD, artifact management, shifting left for application

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Smart metering: go digital to enable enhanced oversight

Smart metering Internet of Things (IoT) applications have the potential to solve the efficiency, cost and time challenges of manual metre monitoring and reading. As utilities embrace the full potential of digitalisation and strive to become more sustainable, they will need secure, reliable, and uninterrupted IoT connectivity in addition to a seamless, automated way to

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Hiber signs deal with Shell to roll out remote IoT monitoring of wells

Hiber, an industrial IoT as-a-service startup, announced that it has signed an agreement with Shell to provide well integrity monitoring solutions globally.

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PSoC 64 standard secure MCU family achieves PSA level 2 certification for more secured IoT devices

Infineon Technologies AG announced the company has achieved the Arm Platform Security Architecture (PSA) Level 2 certification for the PSoC 64 microcontrollers (MCUs) standard secure family of devices.

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What does the edge mean for IoT?

A lot has been written about the IoT revolution and how the technology has the capability to revolutionise industries, transform productivity and unlock new levels of insight. But for those intrigued by the possibilities and looking to dip their toe in the water, the potential myths of high price point, infrastructure and connectivity challenges, as

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US$8bn market for IoT security services predicted on 4G and 5G networks by 2026

Global tech market advisory firm ABI Research forecasts that by 2026, Internet of Things (IoT) cellular connections will number more than more than 3 billion. 4G LTE and LPWA networks will bear the brunt of these new connections and drive a US$8 billion market for IoT security services, says the firm.

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Vodafone expands Curve range with new solution for pet owners

Vodafone is evolving Curve range with the launch of its Pet tracker pack comprising Curve, the smart GPS tracker, new pet features in the Vodafone Smart App, and a Pet tracker clip.

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Dutch construction provider deploys 20,000 smart building IoT sensors using LoRaWAN

Beyond Eyes, a brand initiated by Dutch construction-services business, Heijmans N.V. in collaboration with CSU Cleaning Services BV, has deployed more than 20,000 LoRaWAN-connected IoT sensors. This has been done for Heijmans’ clients in the Netherlands, as part of the company’s Smart Building concept.

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How IoT security translates from buzzword to opportunity

More and more companies looking for turnkey managed solutions for their IoT technologies, to not only secure their applications but also comply with data security regulations, says Adam Weinberg, co-founder & CTO, FirstPoint Mobile Guard.

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Meet the technology that is building the smart cities of the future

Today’s smart cities are transforming the way we live, work and play. But, according to Matthew Margetts, director of sales and marketing at Smarter Technologies, far from being just a 21st-century gimmick, there are significant even life-changing advantages to the implementation of smart technology in cities around the world. 

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Sigfox and Coral join forces to spark IoT innovation with AI at the edge

Sigfox, the 0G network and the IoT (Internet of Things) communication service provider, announced its partnership with Coral, Google‘s platform of hardware components, software tools, and models for building devices with Artificial Intelligence at the edge.

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What does SpaceX’s acquisition of Swarm say about space IoT?

SpaceX is notoriously quiet when it comes to mergers, and so it came with great surprise that a company had been acquired by the spaceflight company and that company was one that deals in the Internet of Things (IoT).

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9 IoT applications that will change everything

Whether you are a future-minded CEO, tech-driven CEO or IT leader, you’ve come across the term IoT before. It’s often used alongside superlatives regarding how it will revolutionize the way you work, play, and live. But is it just another buzzword, or is it the as-promised technological holy grail? The truth is that Internet of

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Industrial IoT startup Hiber appoints Roel Jansen as CEO

Hiber, the Industrial IoT-as-a-Service company, announced that it has appointed Roel Jansen as chief executive officer. Roel, who joined Hiber as chief commercial officer in March, was previously vice president of sales at SurveyMonkey (now known as Momentive) and a co-founder of customer feedback company Usabilla, which SurveyMonkey acquired in 2019.

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