To keep everything in sync, CyanConnode, www.cyanconnode.com, a company working in narrowband radio mesh networks, has unveiled new capabilities for its Omni IoT (Internet of Things) platform.
IoT (Internet of Things) is increasingly becoming an intrinsic part of business. The range of benefits that users are getting from IoT is also widening as adoption increases, according to the fifth annual Vodafone, www.vodafone.com, IoT Barometer Report.
The town of Cary, N.C., is committed to introducing the IoT (Internet of Things) and shifting to a modern cloud-first approach to address the needs of its growing community.
For businesses, AI (artificial intelligence) is here, and the executive suites and boardrooms around the world believe the technology will change the way organizations operate.
Major enterprises are already looking for ways to effectively adopt 5G. This is the basis of a new global survey commissioned by Ixia, www.ixiacom.com, and conducted Dimensional Research, www.dimensionalresearch.com, which received responses from 300 senior level executives at enterprises and service providers with 1,000 employees or more.
With new possibilities for digital threats looming larger than ever before, it’s no wonder cybersecurity weighs heavy on the minds of business leaders.
Connecting the supply chain is essential, and now organizations are working together to leverage IoT (Internet of Things) and heighten security in the supply chain.
Keeper Security, www.keepersecurity.com, announced the results of a North American and U.K. study analyzing the state of cybersecurity in SMBs (small and medium-sized businesses).
Asset-intensive industries like manufacturing, energy, and transportation rely on safe and efficient operation of their equipment to generate healthy profits.
Billions of connected “things” are a reality, as WSN (wireless sensor networks) integrate with massively scaled cloud services, according to the latest study by ON World, www.onworld.com.
A small minority of Chinese manufacturing companies are significantly outperforming their industry peers by combining strong commitment to digital initiatives with strong financial performance, according to new analysis by Accenture, www.accenture.com.
Insurance continues to evolve with the help of telematics, and one new program could be an IoT (Internet of Things) game changer.
Two companies are working together to provide New Hampshire’s first responders a dedicated, purpose-built, and statewide public-safety broadband network.
Using technology for convenience is becoming more prevalent—and a new survey shows the majority of people are using tech for services more than goods.
Connected trucks will be integral to future logistics and freight operations. By 2020, 35 million trucks are expected to be connected with digital freight solutions and autonomous technologies, transforming the trucking industry into a smarter, efficient, and more productive sector.