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Aeris | December 06, 2022
Aeris Communications, a leading Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider based in San Jose, California, and Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) have signed an agreement for the transfer of Ericsson’s IoT Accelerator and Connected Vehicle Cloud businesses.
The combination of Aeris and Ericsson’s IoT platforms will connect over 100 million IoT devices worldwide, covering 190 countries, and provide IoT connectivity, software and solutions to thousands of enterprises. The new Aeris...
KORE | December 08, 2022
KORE, a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions and worldwide IoT Connectivity-as-a-Service (IoT CaaS), announced today that it has established a go to market alliance with Google Cloud to bring IoT capabilities to global businesses. This multi-year alliance will help enterprises create robust IoT solutions that leverage Google Cloud infrastructure and capabilities, as well as KORE's IoT Solutions. The alliance brings together KORE's expertise of simplifying the complexities ...
GeoEdge | August 10, 2021
A global-scale malvertising attack, the first ad-based cybercrime that targets home-network based IoT devices, has been uncovered by global cybersecurity company GeoEdge.
GeoEdge’s security researchers identified both the attack vector as well its origins in Slovenia and Ukraine in cooperation with the company’s AdTech partners InMobi and Verve Group.
GeoEdge says its security research team has been investigating the malvertising attack on smart home IoT...
IoT Tech News | March 06, 2020
In previous years, perceptions of IoT might have been that not only is it a complex venture, but also an expensive one. Arguably, this viewpoint is somewhat outdated. The cost of computing, according to The Economist, is roughly a one hundred-millionth of what it was in the 1970s. The cost of sensors used for IoT, according to Goldman Sachs, have dropped from $1.30 to $0.60 between 2004 and 2014. And, of course, operational costs have dropped too. The technology has therefore never been more acc...
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