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Welbilt, Inc. | November 08, 2021
Welbilt, Inc., a leading provider of commercial foodservice equipment, announced today that it will integrate Microsoft Azure Sphere to upgrade security in its KitchenConnect® internet-connected equipment and will host the solution on Microsoft Azure through a new partnership with HCL Technologies.
Welbilt KitchenConnect is an award-winning open cloud solution that offers a digital platform for internet-connected equipment in the foodservice industry. The integration of Azure ...
GeoLinks | November 27, 2020
Senet, Inc., a main supplier of cloud-based programming and administrations stages that empower worldwide availability and on-request network manufacture outs for the Internet of Things (IoT), and GeoLinks, a California-based media communications supplier and serious nearby trade transporter (CLEC) public utility, today declared an association to convey LoRaWAN® network over GeoLinks' inclusion regions and stretch out GeoLinks' marked administrations to help the fast development of l...
Data Economy | March 18, 2020
Thales and Telstra are working with Microsoft and Arduino to pave the way for scalable security for connected IoT devices, by deploying a system that enables trusted and secure end-to-end communications between devices and the cloud.The technology enables instant and standardised mutual authentication between a device and a cloud platform via cellular networks, while fully-complying with GSMA IoT SAFE security specifications. Microsoft has integrated the IoT SAFE solution within its Azure IoT Hu...
Venturebeat | February 11, 2020
Can AI help prevent distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks and improve smart home security? Cujo AI says yes. The company recently inked a deal with Comcast to shield almost 20 million households from malware and spyware — and perhaps just as importantly, to protect the rest of the internet from insecure IoT devices on those homes’ local networks. How? By using machine learning on huge amounts of network data to build a graph of normal device traffic and tracking anomalies that...
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