Renesas a supplier of semiconductor solutions, introduced a new IoT system design platform that eases the prototyping of IoT systems.
IoT Analytics, a market research firm specialising in Internet of Things market insights, released some forecast data on IoT enterprise spending 2020 to 2025, where it predicts global IoT spending to grow by 24% in 2021 led by investments in IoT software and security.
Red Hat has announced the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4, forming the foundation of the company’s new Red Hat Edge Initiative to power the next wave of edge computing.
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Australian miner Newcrest Mining has deployed Microsoft cloud, AI and IoT technologies at its underground, block cave gold mine in New South Wales to monitor and manage crushed ore bin levels.
Service revenues from low-power IoT technologies will exceed US$2.6 billion by 2024, rising from only US$290 million in 2019, a growth of 800% over the next 5 years, according to a new report.
Two global firms have combined their specialties to provide what they describe as the most comprehensive, open-compatible artificial intelligence framework for the Internet of Things.
Satellite communications provider Sky and Space Global has completed the critical design review of the Pearls satellite, which now allows immediate assembly and integration of its nanosatellite network.
Named a Gartner "Cool Vendor" earlier this year, Pycom is disrupting the IoT industry, helping users deploy "great-value, enterprise-grade connected solutions".
Australian integrated corporate water savings company WaterGroup has sealed a multi-year deal to license Reekoh’s IoT open integration platform for use within its range of smart metering and water savings services.
Experienced telecommunications executive and Optus co-founder Terry Winters has been appointed chairman of Tasmanian company and digital services provider TasmaNet as it embarks on its next phase of growth with its five-year expansion plan.
Many organisations are ill-prepared to defend against mobile and IoT application security threats, according to a study from the Ponemon Institute, IBM Security and application protection provider Arxan Technologies, which shows that 60% of organisations have already experienced a data breach caused by an insecure mobile app.
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ForgeRock Identity Platform has been extended to provide identity management for the Internet of Things and other devices, simplified multi-factor authentication, and a full implementation of the User-Managed Access (UMA) standard.
Symantec has announced its plans to make it easier for Internet of Things vendors to keep their products secure.
Cisco is aiming to simplify Internet of Things implementations with a new architecture and new products.
Digitisation of the world comes at a cost, with a new report estimating that data breaches and cybercrime will cost businesses around the globe a whopping $2.1 trillion by 2019 – four times the cost of breaches this year.
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