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Digital transformation facilitates data-driven co-creation

Digital transformation facilitates data-driven co-creation
An IoT Co-Creation Summit at Suzhou International Expo Center was held by Advantech. During the summit, Advantech introduced new features for WISE-PaaS 3.0 and shared a number of IoT solution ready packages (SRPs), based on WISE-PaaS, developed with numerous co-creation partners. The company also outlined future co-creation strategies and schedules for the upcoming year. 
10th December 2018

CryptoManager platform selected for Authenta technology

CryptoManager platform selected for Authenta technology
  Rambus has announced that Micron Technology has selected the Rambus CryptoManager Platform for Micron’s Authenta secure memory product line to enable a new level of protection for the Internet of Things (IoT) devices. 
10th December 2018

X-Ware IoT platform increases security proficiency

X-Ware IoT platform increases security proficiency
Provider of the comprehensive X-Ware IoT Platform powered by the ThreadX RTOS, Express Logic, has partnered with atsec information security to execute the design and implementation of the X-Ware IoT Platform’s NetX Crypto libraries for compliance with Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2 cryptographic standards.
10th December 2018


Are IoT endpoints the key to security revenues?

Are IoT endpoints the key to security revenues?
  Total global endpoint security revenues will rise three-fold from $2bn per year at present to $6bn by 2023, outstripping the average for cyber security over the next five years, despite security still being a grudge purchase which everybody hates. The report comes from Riot, the IoT research service of Rethink Technology Research.
6th December 2018

IoT tech makes the internet a safer place for children

IoT tech makes the internet a safer place for children
A new ground-breaking technology is being launched in the UK making the internet safer for children. iKydz (owned by Zyalin Group) gives parents complete control of what their children are doing online, controlling internet access whether a child is on WiFi at home or out and about using a 3G/4G/5G network. 
5th December 2018

PMICs shrink power regulator size in half for IoT devices

PMICs shrink power regulator size in half for IoT devices
Designers of small, battery-powered electronics can enhance the user experience by extending battery life and further shrinking device size with six new low power power-management integrated circuits (PMICs) from Maxim Integrated. The MAX17270, MAX77278, MAX77640/MAX77641 and MAX77680/MAX77681 PMICs help to reduce the power management footprint by up to 50% for space-constrained products such as wearables, hearables, sensors, smart-home automation hubs and IoT devices.
4th December 2018

Piezoelectrics key to IoT and power from roads?

Piezoelectrics key to IoT and power from roads?
California and Europe are pumping millions into development of electricity-generating roads using piezoelectrics. Piezos will also be useful in self-powered IoT nodes because no one will change or even charge millions of batteries for those nodes let alone the envisaged billions. Without self-powered nodes, the IoT will be nothing more than a footnote in history.
4th December 2018

The future of IoT software

Tyson Tuttle is President and CEO of Silicon Labs. He joined Silicon Labs in 1997 and has had an important impact on the company's strategy and technical development.
4th December 2018

Wearable-ready SoC combines sound and vision for IoT

Wearable-ready SoC combines sound and vision for IoT
Opportunities to create smarter IoT devices have been given a boost by RS Components’ introduction of the Sony SPRESENSE, featuring Arm Cortex-M4F performance and extensive sensing, audio, and imaging capabilities. The low-power SPRESENSE platform, comprising a 50.0mm x 20.6mm main board and 68.6mm x 53.3mm extension board, combines the Sony CXD5602 system-on-chip (SoC) for wearable electronics, and the CXD5247 power-management and audio IC.
30th November 2018

IIoT technologies creates opportunities in industrial cybersecurity

IIoT technologies creates opportunities in industrial cybersecurity
High penetration of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technology in critical infrastructure and the manufacturing sector has resulted in a growing number of potential cyber-attack surfaces. According to a recent analysis from Frost & Sullivan, cyber-attacks within the energy and utilities industries alone cost an average of $13.2m per year.
28th November 2018


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