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IoT Business News | January 21, 2020
Skylo, maker of the world’s most affordable and ubiquitous network that connects any machine or sensor, today announced that the company has emerged from Stealth with $116 million in total funding.The company previously raised $13 million in a Series A round that was co-led by DCM and Innovation Endeavors, and joined by Moore Strategic Ventures. The new Series B round raised $103 million, led by SoftBank Group and joined by all existing investors. Skylo will bring instant, affordable and u...
Nozomi Networks | November 10, 2021
IBM Security and Nozomi Networks today announced IBM Security has been certified as a Nozomi Networks MSSP Elite Partner, further strengthening its managed security services offering with Nozomi Networks industry-leading solutions and expertise for OT and industrial IoT cybersecurity.
“Managing escalating cyber threats and risks to critical infrastructure and industrial operations is a top priority for a growing number of our security services clients. By teami...
Nokia, HMD Global | June 16, 2021
Nokia announced today that it would partner with HMD Worldwide to offer seamless global IoT connectivity for HMD's IoT solution for companies by utilizing Nokia's Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING). The partnership will enable enterprise customers of the HMD Connect Pro service to track and manage connected devices worldwide.
HMD Connect Pro connects any device to the internet, allowing organizations to monitor and control their connected assets remotely. Logistics business...
Sdxcentral | February 20, 2020
Microsoft today made available Microsoft Threat Protection — nearly 18 months after first announcing the threat-hunting service — and its Azure Sentinel connector for IoT. The products use artificial intelligence (AI) to streamline threat hunting and improve security across customers’ clouds, data centers, endpoints, and IoT devices.The company first announced Microsoft Threat Protection in September 2018. It’s continued to add capabilities almost monthly, but it hasn&rsq...
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