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Future IoT | February 10, 2020
Check Point Research last Friday revealed that smart lightbulbs and their control bridge could be used to exploit an IoT network to launch attacks on conventional computer networks in homes, businesses or even smart cities.
Researchers focused on the popular Philips Hue smart bulbs and bridge and identified the CVE-2020-6007 vulnerability that enabled it to infiltrate networks using a remote exploit in the Zigbee low-power protocol, which is used to control a wide range of IoT dev...
Cavli Wireless, Inc. | June 25, 2020
Cavli Wireless, a cellular module manufacturer headquartered in California with operations in Europe, Middle East and Asia, is set to change the face of global IoT deployments by launching a disruptive IoT adoption plan – Cavli Hubble99. IoT connectivity enablement is a multi-stakeholder ecosystem that includes module manufacturers, telecom operators, and platform providers to manage the hardware, connectivity, and subscriptions. Currently for SMBs and Enterprises, the total cost of owners...
Optus, Akamai Technologies | July 23, 2021
Optus collaborated with Akamai Technologies to provide a self-service IoT platform that provides enterprises with secure internet and VPN systems to ease application and device management.
According to the operator, IoTFlex is based on Akamai’s Intelligent Edge platform and includes private network and IoT deployment to reduce time to market operating costs and increasing efficiency.
Deon Liebenberg, VP of product innovation at Optus Enterprise, said that seam...
Delta | July 06, 2020
Delta, one of the leading providers of power and thermal management solutions, has launched SmartNode data centre infrastructure solution to provide flexible power system and cooling designs for quick deployment of versatile implementation in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Telecommunications operators, enterprises, data centre planners, colocation providers and cloud services can use this new Tier II-rated (Tier III optional) data centre infrastructure to rapidly scale edge computing...
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