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Telit | August 23, 2022
Telit, a global leader in the Internet of Things (IoT), today announces that Verizon certified its LN920 global M.2 modules for use on its mobile broadband network. Powered by the Snapdragon® X12 LTE Modem, the LN920 quickly leverages Verizon's network to enable high-throughput connectivity for industrial and consumer applications including enterprise routers, industrial gateways, public safety, private networks and mobile computing. With certification from Verizon, original equipment ma...
Claroty | January 11, 2022
Claroty, the security company for cyber-physical systems (CPS) across industrial, healthcare, and enterprise environments, today announced it completed the acquisition of Medigate, a leading healthcare IoT security company. The acquisition uniquely positions Claroty to secure the Extended Internet of Things (XIoT) by delivering unmatched visibility, protection, and threat detection for all connected organizations via one comprehensive solution.
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MCE Systems Ltd | December 19, 2022
MCE Systems Ltd., the global leader in digital Device Lifecycle Management (dDLM) for mobile and IoT devices, announces today it has appointed Jim Hudak, a senior executive formerly focused on Mobility, IoT and AI at Microsoft, to the MCE advisory board. Jim joins a group of world-renown MCE advisory board members including Dr. Il-ung (IU) Kim (former President of SK Telecom), Mike Sutcliff (former Accenture Digital Group CEO), Scott Rice (former Sprint CIO), Teresa Ostapower (former AT&T SV...
Sdxcentral | March 18, 2020
Nokia is bringing a confluence of technologies to its managed service platform for IoT. The vendor’s Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING) is now equipped to provide operators with access to 5G and edge capabilities on connected devices.The goal, according to Nokia, is to allow operators to offer 5G IoT services on a pay-as-you-go business model. The expanded framework also enables network operators to scale 5G IoT services quickly without requiring investments in infrastructure.
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