NordVPN, one of the world’s providing VPN service providers, is introducing yet another advanced cybersecurity solution. Following the latest technology trends, the company announced taking the first steps towards the adoption of WireGuard – the protocol that might become a future industry standard.
That’s right, machines don’t just analyse data but can talk to humans like other humans would. Except, as L&T Technology Services says, they can move from talking like a layperson to spitting the kind of intelligence Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking are known for.
PassivSystems Limited has launched a fundraising campaign on Crowdcube that will enable the company to accelerate its growth strategy. The initial target of £650,000 will provide additional working capital to support faster deployment of its smart energy management services for utility companies, solar PV asset managers and the fast-growing district heating markets.
Italtel – a telecommunications company in IT system integration, managed services, Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) and all-IP solutions – announced it will receive €1.150K (US$ 1283.63K) in European Commission Research and Development (R&D) funds for its role as one of the companies promoting three Horizon 2020 research projects.
DataLong16, a Barcelona-based company specialising in the Internet of Things (IoT) with research and development (R&D) and production operations in Europe, has strengthened its sales area with the addition of Aymeric Brard as VP of Sales.
The IoT M2M Council (IMC) announced that Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has joined the council as a board member. The IMC is a trade association that counts as members 20,000 qualified buyers of network solutions known collectively as the “Internet of Things.”
TEOCO, a provider of assurance, analytics and optimisation solutions to over 300 communications service providers (CSPs) and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), announced that it has strengthened its analytics capability by acquiring PreClarity.
Dermot O’Shea, joint CEO of antenna specialists Taoglas, is optimistic about several key aspects of the Internet of Things (IoT) in the year ahead.
The bad news keeps piling up for Ericsson. Last week the Sweden-based giant reported that it intends to cut its 16,000 Swedish workforce by 3,000 positions in production, research & development (R&D), as well as sales and administration. Yesterday the Sweden-based company gave an interim report that sales fell 14% in Q3.
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