As organisations grapple with the complexities of securing industrial internet of things (IIoT) applications across multiple bearers, Robert Jones, vice president of Product and Sales at Netsnapper and Dan Caton, the partner manager at Wireless Logic Group, explain how new approaches can achieve both high security and the openness needed for IIoT to flourish.
Robin Duke-Woolley, the founder and chief executive of Beecham Research interviews Oliver Tucker the chief executive of Wireless Logic to learn more about how customers can receive the experience of owning their own connectivity to support their IoT applications.
Oliver Tucker is the chief executive and co-founder of Wireless Logic, the provider of M2M/IoT managed services across mobile, satellite, low power wireless networks and fixed lines. Established in 2000 with Philip Cole, the company can overlay a private, secure network across global mobile networks to give customers access to an otherwise high cost and complex platform.
It maybe the dying embers of 2016, but in the IoT world the issue of security is burning brightly as the industry gears up for an era of intense collaboration to address the challenges ahead.
As the physical space drawing computing and core intelligence ever closer to the data source, the digital edge is far from being on the periphery in terms of traction and attention.
Arqiva, has announced a new partnership with machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions provider Wireless Logic.
There’s no doubt that debate about the IoT and its direction has risen from being a specialist subject to near the top of the boardroom agenda for many companies in just a few years. Amongst all the white noise, death-by-powerpoint presentations and sometimes desperate posturing by peripheral vendors to generate IoT-relevant marketing, it’s sometimes difficult to see the actual reality [...]
As the hype transitions to commercial deployment, it seems the M2M industry is starting to fulfil the early potential by driving the kind of innovation that is set to make tangible impact on how we live our lives.
With 5.5 million devices forecast to be connected daily next year (according to Gartner research), 2016 is shaping up to be a transitory year for the M2M/IoT sector as the hype transitions to a more mainstream reality, predicts Wireless Logic.
West Midlands Police, the UK’s second largest force, has teamed up with M2M managed service provider, Wireless Logic, to deploy a dedicated Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) mobile data platform. A more focused end-to-end wireless solution has enhanced connectivity and replaced the existing virtual private networks, which were proving hard-to-manage.