STMicroelectronics | January 06, 2021
STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, is offering a solution to accelerate the market introduction of new Bluetooth® LE and 802.15.4 based IoT devices with a miniature, ready-to-use STM32 wireless microcontroller (MCU) module.
The 7mm x 11.3mm STM32WB5MMG module lets product teams build connected devices without needing wireless-design skills. Made to enable low-cost PCB technology requiring a minimal number of layers, it integrates everything up to the antenna. Users can also leverage the tools, design wizards, radio stacks, and turnkey software libraries of ST’s STM32Cube MCU development ecosystem, available free of charge, to complete the project quickly and efficiently.
“Our first STM32-based wireless module simplifies technical challenges and extends exciting opportunities for smart connected devices,” said Ricardo de Sa Earp, Group Vice President, Microcontroller Division General Manager, STMicroelectronics. “A complete ready-to-use subsystem in a single package, the STM32WB5MMG assures excellent radio performance out of the box and comes as a certified solution according to Bluetooth, Zigbee®, and OpenThread specifications.”
In addition, the module supports ST’s novel concurrent dual-protocol mode that lets any protocol based on IEEE 802.15.4 radio technology, including Zigbee 3.0 and OpenThread, connect the user directly to any Bluetooth Low Energy device.
Benefitting from all features of ST’s STM32WB55 ultra-low power wireless microcontroller ICs, the module addresses a wide variety of opportunities for smart-home, smart-building, and smart-factory equipment. Users can leverage the MCU’s dual-core architecture that separates radio and application-level processing for unimpeded performance, large memories for radio and application code and data storage, and state-of-the-art cybersecurity.
Asimily, Business Intelligence Group | October 11, 2021
Asimily, a leading provider of Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) risk management platform, today announced that its IoMT platform was awarded a 2021 Stratus Award by The Business Intelligence Group for outstanding achievement in Cloud Computing. This honor recognizes companies, products and people that are offering unique solutions that take advantage of cloud technologies.
Asimily's IoMT risk remediation platform holistically secures the mission-critical healthcare devices that deliver safe and reliable care. With the largest knowledge base of connected and stand-alone medical devices and protocols, vulnerability research and manufacturer capability documents, the Asimily platform is helping healthcare organizations keep their patients safe and IT assets secure.
“Now more than ever, it is critical that healthcare organizations embrace IoMT cloud technologies to keep their connected and non-connected devices safe,” said Shankar Somasundaram, CEO, Asimily. “We are proud to take home a Stratus Award for Cloud Computing in the IoT category and will continue to bring innovation to the IoT space.”
“Now more than ever, it is critical that healthcare organizations embrace IoMT cloud technologies to keep their connected and non-connected devices safe,” said Shankar Somasundaram, CEO, Asimily.
“Asimily is at the forefront of the cloud’, helping to drive practical innovations in the cloud with comprehensive medical device management to reduce device downtime and maximize operational efficiency,” said Maria Jimenez, Chief Nominations Officer of Business Intelligence Group. “The cloud is now part of the fabric of our personal and professional lives and we are thrilled that our volunteer judges were able to help promote all of these innovative services, organizations and executives.”
In addition to the Stratus Award, Asimily was named one of Data Magazine’s 101 Most Innovative Data Visualization Startups & Companies in California. This list recognizes startups and companies that are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the Data Visualization industry. Asimily provides data analysis and visualization that enables different views of devices and their environment to provide continuous data-driven insights with actionable recommendations across devices and vendors.
Asimily has built an industry-leading Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) risk management platform that secures medical and the IoT Devices. With the largest knowledgebase of IoMT and security protocols, Asimily inventories and classifies every device across the healthcare organization, connected and stand-alone. Asimily identifies and prioritizes vulnerabilities to provide actionable intelligence across the life cycle. Because risk assessment – and threats – are not a static target, Asimily monitors the healthcare organizations’ devices, detects anomalous behavior, and alerts operators to remediate the identified anomalies. With secure medical and IoT devices, healthcare organizations can keep patients, providers, assets, and resources safe and reliable. For more information on Asimily, visit https://www.asimily.com/.
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Techcrunch | June 23, 2020
Another big acquisition out of Israel this week points to how bigger tech companies are using the economic slowdown to focus on their longer-term strategies and shore up assets to support that. Today Microsoft announced that it would be acquiring CyberX, a security startup that focuses specifically on detecting, stopping, and predicting security breaches on internet of things networks and the networks of large industrial organizations. Terms of the deal are not being disclosed — we’re asking still — but sources say that it’s in the region of $165 million.