NEXCOM International

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Founded in 1992, NEXCOM integrates its capabilities and operates six global businesses, which are IoT Automation Solutions, Intelligent Digital Security, Internet of Things, Intelligent Platform & Services, Mobile Computing Solutions, and Network and Communication Solutions. NEXCOM serves its customers worldwide through its subsidiaries in five major industrial countries.

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WITH AN AIM TO BOOST EMERGENCY RESPONSE NIST LAUNCHES INNOVATION CONTESTS IN IOT, AUGMENTED REALITY

NIST | April 23, 2020

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IoT contest focuses on the production of smart city data streams to simulate disaster scenarios. The program team is working to recruit contestants, which could include technologists, AR developers, gamers, UI/UX specialists, students, smar...

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UL ANNOUNCES FIREDOME THE FIRST CYBERSECURITY SOFTWARE TO ACHIEVE UL'S SECURE IOT COMPONENT QUALIFICATION.

UL | December 22, 2020

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UL, the safety science leader, today announced that Firedome is the main online protection programming to accomplish UL's Secure IoT Component Qualification. This new UL arrangement helps web of things (IoT) item makers recognize outsider segments that can profit the security of their items. This acknowledgment of Firedome's endpoint assurance programming, as assessed by UL, exhibits that their segment fuses progressed IoT network protection capacities. Firedome, with work...

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WHERE IOT IS NOT A SUBJECT – THE PLIGHT OF THIRD-WORLD INTERNET USERS

IoT Business News | January 22, 2020

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Most of us in the advanced Western world have grown used to having unrestricted Internet access on demand. We find it a major inconvenience to lose it for even a short amount of time, so it’s easy to forget that for many people, an unreliable Internet connection is the standard. This stands especially true for countries in the third world whose political systems have always been easier to misuse and exploit. And with no proper and unrestricted Internet infrastructure one can hardly imagine...

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ANTHONY LEVANDOWSKI ADMITS STEALING GOOGLE'S SELF-DRIVING CAR SECRETS

IoT Tech News | March 20, 2020

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A former Google engineer has admitted stealing trade secrets relating to the company's self-driving car work.Anthony Levandowski was accused of downloading thousands of proprietary files from Google in 2015 prior to leaving the company.One of the files downloaded by Levandowski to his personal laptop was called 'Chauffeur TL weekly updates – Q4 2015,' and featured details about Google's self-driving program. "I downloaded this file with the intent to use it for the ben...

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NIST | April 23, 2020

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WITH AN AIM TO BOOST EMERGENCY RESPONSE NIST LAUNCHES INNOVATION CONTESTS IN IOT, AUGMENTED REALITY

IoT contest focuses on the production of smart city data streams to simulate disaster scenarios. The program team is working to recruit contestants, which could include technologists, AR developers, gamers, UI/UX specialists, students, smar...

Read More

SECURITY

UL | December 22, 2020

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UL ANNOUNCES FIREDOME THE FIRST CYBERSECURITY SOFTWARE TO ACHIEVE UL'S SECURE IOT COMPONENT QUALIFICATION.

UL, the safety science leader, today announced that Firedome is the main online protection programming to accomplish UL's Secure IoT Component Qualification. This new UL arrangement helps web of things (IoT) item makers recognize outsider segments that can profit the security of their items. This acknowledgment of Firedome's endpoint assurance programming, as assessed by UL, exhibits that their segment fuses progressed IoT network protection capacities. Firedome, with work...

Read More

IoT Business News | January 22, 2020

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WHERE IOT IS NOT A SUBJECT – THE PLIGHT OF THIRD-WORLD INTERNET USERS

Most of us in the advanced Western world have grown used to having unrestricted Internet access on demand. We find it a major inconvenience to lose it for even a short amount of time, so it’s easy to forget that for many people, an unreliable Internet connection is the standard. This stands especially true for countries in the third world whose political systems have always been easier to misuse and exploit. And with no proper and unrestricted Internet infrastructure one can hardly imagine...

Read More

IoT Tech News | March 20, 2020

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ANTHONY LEVANDOWSKI ADMITS STEALING GOOGLE'S SELF-DRIVING CAR SECRETS

A former Google engineer has admitted stealing trade secrets relating to the company's self-driving car work.Anthony Levandowski was accused of downloading thousands of proprietary files from Google in 2015 prior to leaving the company.One of the files downloaded by Levandowski to his personal laptop was called 'Chauffeur TL weekly updates – Q4 2015,' and featured details about Google's self-driving program. "I downloaded this file with the intent to use it for the ben...

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