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InfoQ | March 02, 2020
In a recent blog post, Microsoft announced the general availability (GA) of Azure Sphere, an end-to-end IoT Security Platform. The Azure Sphere platform focuses on three key areas including microcontroller units (MCUs), a secure operating system (OS), which is based upon Linux, and providing cloud security services including software updates and detecting emerging threats. Azure Sphere originated out of Microsoft Research, under the name of Project Sopris back in March 2017. Therefore, reaching ...
Essence Group | December 29, 2021
Essence Group, a leading technology group developing IoT-based security, safety and healthcare solutions and cloud services for homes, families and businesses, today announced it was able to meet the vast majority of customer orders for its connected security and senior care devices and systems throughout 2021.
Success was achieved due to Essence's strategic partnerships with component suppliers and chip manufacturers, its ability to predict and forecast requirements and place...
IoT Tech News | January 21, 2020
The latest smart cities market data report by ABI Research has predicted that smart utility metering and video surveillance would hold a significant portion of the smart city segment, with the number of connections representing 87% of the total number of smart city connections by 2026.According to the report, though surveillance cameras with embedded AI computing capabilities from vendors like NVIDIA are already being deployed, low latency 5G connectivity will allow real-time local response mana...
Staceyoniot | January 28, 2020
IoT infrastructure is more than just an edge and the cloud. In fact, the emerging architectures will be very different from the traditional architectures based on the use case, location, and even the industry involved. It’s so confusing, we’re throwing around terms like “the skinny edge” to refer to sensors and “constrained connected devices” and “fat edge” to refer to a bunch of high-powered servers on a factory floor. We also toss around terms li...
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