Hyperthings-IoT

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Hyper Things is a fresh and innovative provider of “Internet of Things” based products and solutions. It aims be the organization which develops solutions that open doors for straighter forward interaction between the physical world and virtual world. Our vision is to provide solutions which are open standard and technology agnostic and cut across industry silos and thereby provide easy connectivity and usage for consumers and industries.

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WHAT IS DRIVING IOT APATHY?

Racounter | February 18, 2020

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Not all is well. “The problem,” says Andrew Dunbar, “is that ‘internet of things’ is such a broad, almost meaningless term. What’s more, the whole idea of IoT has been massively oversold, more in emphasis than in inaccuracy. It’s all connected underwear and connected bathmats, and that bores people because they can’t see the application.” Dunbar is general manager of digital consultancy Appnovation and just the sort who should be singing the ...

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WISEKEY TO CO-DEVELOP AN IOT EARLY WARNING SYSTEM FOR EARLY DETECTION OF FUTURE VIRUS OUTBREAKS

WISEeKey | May 19, 2020

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WISeKey is teaming with several leading partners for the development of an IoT Early Warning System designed. Leveraging WISeKey IoT-sensors equipped with WIShelter app capable of measuring temperature and providing geolocation of targeted ...

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THREE SCALABILITY ISSUES AFFECTING IOT ADOPTION

IoT Business News | February 17, 2020

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Years of experience in technology have taught me a few hard lessons. The first lesson is that new technology is often over-hyped, forgetting that technology is a means, with business being the goal. As adoption begins, those steadfast few, the innovators, help us better understand the intrinsic business logic supporting adoption. A reoccurring theme, as we progress from millions to billions of devices, is scalability. Scalability is omnipresent right now; companies are pivoting around the idea. ...

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TCG ADDRESSES THE RAPID PACE OF IOT SECURITY WITH NEW GUIDELINES FOR SOFTWARE UPDATES ON EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

Securityboulevard | February 10, 2020

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Cybersecurity for embedded systems and the Internet of Things (IoT) is taking a step forward, as the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) today announced its latest guidelines and best practices for software and firmware updates for embedded systems. Firmware and software updates are of increasing importance. Attackers constantly target the firmware and software in embedded systems, such as appliances and connected door locks, searching for vulnerabilities to exploit in order to establis...

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Racounter | February 18, 2020

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WHAT IS DRIVING IOT APATHY?

Not all is well. “The problem,” says Andrew Dunbar, “is that ‘internet of things’ is such a broad, almost meaningless term. What’s more, the whole idea of IoT has been massively oversold, more in emphasis than in inaccuracy. It’s all connected underwear and connected bathmats, and that bores people because they can’t see the application.” Dunbar is general manager of digital consultancy Appnovation and just the sort who should be singing the ...

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WISEeKey | May 19, 2020

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WISEKEY TO CO-DEVELOP AN IOT EARLY WARNING SYSTEM FOR EARLY DETECTION OF FUTURE VIRUS OUTBREAKS

WISeKey is teaming with several leading partners for the development of an IoT Early Warning System designed. Leveraging WISeKey IoT-sensors equipped with WIShelter app capable of measuring temperature and providing geolocation of targeted ...

Read More

IoT Business News | February 17, 2020

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THREE SCALABILITY ISSUES AFFECTING IOT ADOPTION

Years of experience in technology have taught me a few hard lessons. The first lesson is that new technology is often over-hyped, forgetting that technology is a means, with business being the goal. As adoption begins, those steadfast few, the innovators, help us better understand the intrinsic business logic supporting adoption. A reoccurring theme, as we progress from millions to billions of devices, is scalability. Scalability is omnipresent right now; companies are pivoting around the idea. ...

Read More

Securityboulevard | February 10, 2020

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TCG ADDRESSES THE RAPID PACE OF IOT SECURITY WITH NEW GUIDELINES FOR SOFTWARE UPDATES ON EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

Cybersecurity for embedded systems and the Internet of Things (IoT) is taking a step forward, as the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) today announced its latest guidelines and best practices for software and firmware updates for embedded systems. Firmware and software updates are of increasing importance. Attackers constantly target the firmware and software in embedded systems, such as appliances and connected door locks, searching for vulnerabilities to exploit in order to establis...

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