Webinar online: 22nd October
Digital transformation and the IoT revolution are having a profound impact on logistics businesses and transportation companies. IoT solution providers have been able to provide solutions to many of the common IoT challenges. However, still today the most demanding issues remain unsolved.
During this webinar, you will learn how transportation [...]
SIMO Corporation, the parent company behind Skyroam, a portable Wi-Fi device brand, announces the establishment of a new IoT & B2B business unit, with Ludovic Lassauce, former head of mobile and Internet of Things in the Asia-Pacific region for Tata Communications, appointed as CEO.
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.
As the global IT ecosystem changes dramatically in the near future, due in large part to the spread of 5G networks and IPv6, there will exist tremendous opportunities for operators as well as their customers.
China Telecom Global and Tata Communications are working together to launch a global Internet of Things (IoT) service in the Chinese market. The partnership will allow companies to deploy and manage IoT devices easily and cost-effectively within China and internationally across multiple industries,
NetFoundry announced its partnership with Micron Technology, Inc. and Tata Communications to provide zero trust silicon-to-cloud secured connectivity via any
International fleet management application provider, DRVR has selected Tata Communications as its global IoT connectivity partner to help achieve its objective of making Asia’s vehicle fleets the smartest and most cost-efficient in the world.
Neustar Inc, a trusted, neutral provider of real-time information services, and NetFoundry™, a Tata Communications business incubated in Tata Communications’ ‘Shape the Future’ program, announced an integration between the Neustar Trusted Device Identity (TDI) solution and NetFoundry’s Application Specific Networking (ASN) platform,
HPE and Tata Communications in India are about to roll out the world’s largest IoT network connecting 2,000 communities and 4 million people. This comes after successful trials in Bangalore, Delhi, and Mumbai which aimed to improve the lives of millions by creating better water quality and public safety systems.
What an IoT platform is and what it should do plagues the greatest minds in IoT. In short, a platform is simply something to base something else on but that doesn’t necessarily help organisations looking to decide which platforms to use, writes George Malim.
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