In these days of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Analytics, Augmented Reality (AR), Digital Twins, Edge Processing, Hybrid Clouds, and so on — all of which are part of the IoT conversation — many companies, including OEMs that manufacture machines and other high value assets, have yet to offer connected versions of their products.
Exclusive video interview with Gilli Coston, Senior Vice President of KORE and an industry leader in IoT and M2M in Telecoms business for over 30 years.
You may know Comcast, one of the world’s largest media companies, but do you know what it’s doing in the Internet of Things? Here, Alex Khorram, CEO of machineQ, a Comcast company, talks exclusively to Jeremy Cowan, editorial director of IoT Now, about how it is differentiating itself from other IoT enablers.
(Sponsored News) In the short time since their connectivity offering went to market, 1NCE has gained global recognition for pushing boundaries in the IoT sector, by addressing the need for simple and affordable connectivity.
(Sponsored) Realising the potential of the Internet of Things and the often-quoted promise of 50 billion connected devices by 2020, relies on the very tangible challenge of enabling affordable connectivity to low-bandwidth use cases.
In the short time since its connectivity offering went to market, 1NCE reports it has gained global recognition for pushing boundaries in the IoT sector, by addressing the need for simple and affordable connectivity.
1NCE have brought a world 1st to market – a ground breaking, multimode sim card that connects to 2G/3G, LTE-M and NB-IoT.
Designed for low bandwidth applications, this future proof solution means your IoT device will connect to whatever technology is available in the field.
Included in the 1NCE package is an innovative Connectivity Management Platform, designed with latest [...]
Alexander Bufalino, Chief Sales Officer at 1NCE, introduces the 1NCE IoT connectivity offering – the ONLY one of its kind in the world. Their disruptive entrance to the market is already redefining everything enterprises previously understood about IoT connectivity. The future of IoT connectivity is here and you won’t believe how simple and cost-effective it is – €10 for 10 [...]
On Thursday, security flaws were revealed within the firmware of Samsung‘s SmartThings Hub. Cisco Talos issued a blog on multiple vulnerabilities. As Jeremy Cowan reports, this is not the only IoT security flaw exposed recently. No surprise then, that enterprises are getting twitchy about the security of their future IIoT services.
Alexander Bufalino, Chief Sales Officer at 1NCE, introduces the 1NCE IoT connectivity offering – the ONLY one of its kind in the world. Their disruptive entrance to the market is already redefining everything enterprises’ previously understood about IoT connectivity.
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