Multi-domain Debugging of embedded IoT Devices

Rohde & Schwarz

Internet of Things (IoT) devices combine multiple functional cores in highly integrated wireless embedded designs and face often challenging long-term battery live time requirement. This video demonstrates on an example M2M IoT device the Multi-domain test capabilities of the R&S®RTO oscilloscope.
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The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) takes advantage of the latest software and hardware capabilities to increase productivity. It stands to reason that greenfield manufacturing plants might be planned with native IIoT technologies. After all, today’s factory automation systems can incorporate web servers and clients, standards-based communications, and substantial processing power and memory.


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The five elements of IoT security, open source to the rescue!

Eclipse Foundation

More and more IoT vulnerabilities are found and showcased at security events. From connected thermostats to power plants! Insecurity became the favorite subject for creating catchy IoT headlines: "Connected killer toaster", "Fridges changed into spamming machines","Privacy concerns around connected home".
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Solving the Scale Challenge at the Network Edge

Ciena

100GbE business services will overtake 10GbE services in the coming years. And it’s all because of the massive increase in capacity required at the network edge to service mobile, content, IoT, and more. But cost-effectively rolling out 100GbE business services to the edge does have its challenges.
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Blockchain. IoT, and Data Integrity

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is a transformative revolution that is underway now. There are challenges though in connecting billions of devices. One of these is ensuring the integrity of the infrastructure, software and data the IoT depends on. But how do you do this in a way that scales of billions of nodes, moving petabytes of data in real time.
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Designing Edge Computing Platforms for the Cloud Generation

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The distinguished panel of speakers will adopt a workload-centric view of the edge computing (EC) platforms and share key considerations on enabling EC platforms that are at the intersection of traditionally disparate wireline, wireless, IT, CT and OT domains. From the challenges of delivering composite functions and service constructs over an open platform, to leveraging the full power of large community of developers, API catalogues or flexible “a la carte” licensing models, many considerations on economics, implementation and operational aspects (automation) will be shared for applications ranging from Enterprise, to IoT, to Mobile “Edge” and beyond.
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The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) takes advantage of the latest software and hardware capabilities to increase productivity. It stands to reason that greenfield manufacturing plants might be planned with native IIoT technologies. After all, today’s factory automation systems can incorporate web servers and clients, standards-based communications, and substantial processing power and memory.

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