Displaying items by tag: IoT

Thursday, 26 January 2023 22:06

Spark, Ericsson, and Red Hat conduct 5G SA trial

Telecommunications and digital provider Spark, Ericsson, and Red Hat have completed a 5G standalone (5G SA) trial in New Zealand within a span of three months to demonstrate standalone cloud-native solutions that can be deployed.

Published in Business Telecoms
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Five G IoT (Internet of Things) connections will reach 116 million globally by 2026; rising from just 17 million in 2023, according to a new study.

Published in Internet of Things

Sensibo has released its first climate impact summary and found the impact of smart HVAC systems in 2022 had the effect of mitigating the effect of 15,376 fossil fuel-powered vehicles from the road for the year, saving 212GwH of energy.

Published in Energy
Thursday, 05 January 2023 23:53

WITHINGS announces home IoT urine health lab

WITHINGS has released a range of affordable and innovative clinically-validated wireless devices, like its cardio scale, ScanWatch smartwatch, sleep analyser, blood pressure monitor, and more. And now it's announced U-Scan, the world's first hands-free connected home urine lab to provide metabolic insights for everyone, and information for women to manage monthly cycles.

Published in Internet of Things

Rockwell Automation has announced a partnership with CrowdStrike to provide manufacturers with comprehensive endpoint protection services. The solution combines Rockwell's industrial cybersecurity services and CrowdStrike's Falcon platform.

Published in Security

Sensibo, known for its line of products that can make any old air conditioner a smart device, has now launched its new product, Sensibo Elements, an indoor air quality monitor to help you manage pollution levels.

Published in Internet of Things

The Tineco Floor One S5 Pro is a hard floor cleaner that vacuums and washes simultaneously. It’s also full of clever smarts and quality-of-life features that make the job of wiping up easy, and even fun.

Security researchers at Nozomi Networks, a California firm devoted to industrial cyber security, have found 13 vulnerabilities in the firmware of baseboard management controllers on an expansion card made by a Taiwan-based company.

Published in Security

GUEST CASE STUDY: "Gigamon ThreatINSIGHT exceeded our requirements of providing robust visibility to activity on our network, delivering high-fidelity detections, and removing distractions from our team," Wyndham Hotels & Resorts cyber security advanced threat and response manager Michael Frances has revealed.

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GUEST RESEARCH: Nozomi Networks, the leader in operational technology (OT) and IoT security, today announced the SANS 2022 OT/ICS Cybersecurity Report finds industrial control systems (ICS) cybersecurity threats remain high as adversaries set their sights on control system components. In response, organisations have significantly matured their security postures since last year. In spite of the progress, more than a third (35%) don't know whether their organisations had been compromised and attacks on engineering workstations doubled in the last 12 months.

Published in Guest Research

Christmas is coming but you don't have to wait until December to begin your shopping with Nanoleaf and Ring announcing their sales have already started.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 13 October 2022 11:21

Uber hack draws attention from security firm

Operational Technology (OT) and /IoT security firm Nozomi Networks says the timing of last month’s Uber security breach is interesting politically, though seems unrelated to the ongoing trial involving its former security chief.

Published in Security

The Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA), an international community of more than 550 technology companies committed to open standards for the Internet of Things, has announced the release of the Matter 1.0 specification and the opening of the Matter certification program.

Published in Home Tech

Put a ring of protection around your home - literally and figuratively, with the Ring collection of security cameras - keeping your home, assets and family safe. The latest Ring Doorbell 4 is loaded with smarts to keep you informed without bugging you about things that don’t matter.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 28 September 2022 08:21

Nokia SaaS helps CSPs monetise 5G and IoT use cases

Finnish telecommunications vendor Nokia introduced software-as-a-service AVA Charging to help communication service providers and enterprises commercialise offerings for 5G and IoT use cases.

Published in Business Telecoms
Thursday, 08 September 2022 16:04

Telstra and OneWeb testing LEO services in Australia

Telecommunications company Telstra and satellite communications operator OneWeb's joint testing of OneWeb's network of low earth orbit (LEO) satellites has progressed from the UK to Australia,

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Wednesday, 07 September 2022 16:44

Morse Micro raises $140 million

Australia-based fabless semiconductor company Morse Micro has raised $140 million in Series B funding.

Published in Deals

Vulnerability disclosures in IoT devices increased by 57% in the first half of 2022 compared to the previous six months, according to new research by security company Claroty.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 16 August 2022 08:53

BT snags $54.5 million contract with Sellafield

British telecommunications company BT has secured a £32 million five-year ($54.5 million) network services contract with nuclear site operator Sellafield.

Published in Business Telecoms




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