Welcome as we catch up with some of the news in the world of IoT just a day after IoT Day, 2018. Yes, April 9 was IoT Day. At least 61 events took place around the world. Sadly, Hallmark Cards is behind.
Forty percent of professionals report that managing increasing amounts of data and connected device (Internet of Things) security pose the greatest cybersecurity challenges to their organization over the next 12 months, according to a recent Deloitte poll.
Microsoft announced the $5 billion investment in the Internet of Things on its IoT blog. That's a really big number, and while the investment will be spread over four years, $1.25 billion is a nice budget per year to make it automatic for IoT projects to use Microsoft Azure as the back end.
AI, personalized healthcare, robotics and distributed energy generation among technologies that will drive growth, efficiency, connectivity, and urbanization
Aerohive Networks, a Cloud Networking leader, announced that the Aerohive Atom AP30, the industry’s first pluggable, enterprise-class Wi-Fi access point, is now available for purchase.
Mini-ITX and Micro-ATX platforms for compact high-performance, low power, feature rich embedded and IoT (Internet of Things) applications
Research: Not surprisingly, consumers fear hacks and other cybersecurity threats when it comes to the connected home, but they also worry if one IoT device fails, the whole smart house crumbles.
The IoT platform space is changing rapidly. Integrators must evolve with it.
NVIDIA Deep Learning Accelerator IP to be Integrated into Arm Project Trillium Platform, Easing Building of Deep Learning IoT Chips