Teltonika Networks Marking Presence in American IoT Connectivity Market

Teltonika Networks | September 08, 2020

The global cellular router market is expected to experience tremendous growth and almost triple in value by 2025. Approximately one-fifth of this market is in North America. The continuing trend towards automation and sustainable advanced technical improvements are majorly driving the cellular router market. Combined with the recent increased demand for remote work and distancing requirements, the growth projections could get even higher.

Teltonika Networks is a highly experienced EU based Lithuanian manufacturer of industrial routers and gateways. To this day, millions of Teltonika Networks devices are already in use in over 130 countries.

As part of the expansion strategy in North America, Teltonika Networks is excited to announce that an incredibly valuable and feature-rich industrial cellular router - RUTX11 - has acquired certification of two major mobile operators in the US – Verizon and At&T. This LTE-Advanced CAT6 device is equipped with Dual-SIM, 4 x Gigabit Ethernet ports, Dual-Band AC WiFi, Bluetooth LE, and USB interfaces. RUTX11 comes with all RutOS software, top-notch security features, and is compatible with the Remote Management System for even more convenient monitoring and support.

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A world of interconnected “smart” devices is here, albeit in the early stages. By 2020, Gartner predicts, the internet of things will be made up of 26 billion “units.”3 Fortunately, there’s still time to secure devices before consumers are at risk.Suddenly, everything from refrigerators to sprinkler systems are wired and interconnected, and while these devices have made life easier, they’ve also created new attack vectors for hackers. These devices are now collectively called the internet of things (IoT). IoT devices are poised to become more pervasive in our lives than mobile phones and will have access to the most sensitive personal data such as social security numbers and banking information. As the number of connected IoT devices constantly increase, security concerns are also exponentially multiplied.


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Thought leaders come together to discuss the futureof developer relations in a remote-first world

SlashData | September 19, 2020

For immediate release London, United Kingdom Media contact at SlashData Ltd. Viktorija Ignataviciute viktorija@slashdata.co Best practises engaging Open Source and DevOps developers Developer trends; Tracking Covid effect on the industry While industries, businesses and individuals are being challenged significantly, the Future Developer Summit is determined to turn this into an enhanced learning opportunity, open to all Developer Relations, Marketing and Advocacy community members. Traditionally hosted in the Bay Area, CA, the 5th Future Developer Summit invites its guests to join the event remotely on 29-30 Sep & 6-7 Oct, ensuring the safety of all stakeholders. For the first time this year, the Summit offers 2 tracks: Open Source and DevOps. Thought leaders at the Future Developer Summit Industry leaders are coming together to discuss the future of developer marketing and developer relations. Director and VP level representatives from CNCF, Google, Microsoft, Comcast, HashiCorp, Intel, Salesforce, Facebook, MongoDB, Futurewei, Eclipse Foundation, Indeed.com, Expedia, Nutanix, and more. Jono Bacon - author of “People Powered” and Mary Thengvall - Director of Developer Relations at Camunda are joining as event’s co-hosts. Follow new announcementsat futuredeveloper.io/ Keynotes by: • Mike Milinkovich, Executive Director at Eclipse Foundation • Nithya Ruff, Executive Director, OSPO at Comcast • Stormy Peters, Director of Open Source Programs Office at Microsoft • Adam FitzGerald, VP, Developer Relations at HashiCorp Lightning talks - hear about successes and failures from: • Melissa Evers-Hood - VP, Intel Architecture, Graphics and Software at Intel • Priyanka Sharma - General Manager at CNCF • Chris Kelly - Director, Open Source and Engineering Engagement at Salesforce • Grace Francisco - VP, Global Developer Relations & Education at MongoDB • Anni Lai - Head of Open Source Operations and Marketing, Cloud at Futurewei • Duane O'Brien - Head of Open Source at Indeed.com • Tobie Langel - Principal and founder, UnlockOpen • Satya Singh - Principal Product Manager - Platform & Marketplaces at Expedia • Mark Lavi - DevOps and Automation Solutions Architect at Nutanix • Tamao Nakahara - Head of Developer Experience at Weaveworks • Amr Awadallah - VP, Developer Relations at Google The highlights • On 29-30 Sep & 6-7 Oct. Full agenda at futuredeveloper.io/ • The highest rated industry event with a Net Promoter Score - 94! • Co-hosts: - Jono Bacon - author of “People Powered” - Mary Thengvall - Director of Developer Relations at Camunda • Remote friendly event for the global tech leaders community • Summit offers 2 tracks: Open Source and DevOps • 2 networks to join: Community and Exclusive • Registration is free for all attendees. We do invite you to voluntarily contribute to Black Girls Code • This year’s Summit coincides with SlashData’s 10-year anniversary of developer research. Join us to celebrate together! ▶ Reporters can redeem the Media Pass here. ▶ General Admission is available here. *Senior audience only Exclusive edition - announcement The Future Developer Summit is opening its doors in 2 weeks! Don’t miss a chance to join an outstanding crew of industry thought leaders bringing the best learning experience for Developer Relations, Marketing and Advocacy community members. Exclusive edition on 6-7 October Your Unique Executive Networking Opportunity in a remote-first world Two industry panels How do industry leaders approach contribution to open source? Speakers: • Sam Ramji - Chief Strategy Officer at DataStax • Chris DiBona - Director of Open Source at Google • Nithya Ruff - Executive Director, OSPO at Comcast • Stormy Peters - Director of Open Source Programs Office at Microsoft The diversity of DevOps approaches and how customers are adopting it? Speakers: • Kelsey Hightower - Staff Developer Advocate, Google Cloud Platform at Google • Greg Wilson - Director of Cloud Developer Relations at Google • Nicole Forsgren - VP, Research and Strategy at GitHub • TBA very soon! Two fireside chats with: • Jono Bacon - author of “People Powered” • Kathy Kam - Head of Open Source & Developer Advocacy at Facebook Two Master Classes Using practical examples, and a lot of data as usual, we will be demonstrating how you can increase your DevRel ROI by taking data-backed decisions and what are the key reasons for using data in your decision making process. Availability is limited → Secure Your Executive Seat

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Zimperium and Intertrust Partner to Provide End-to-end Security for IoT devices in Zero-trust Environments

Zimperium | December 17, 2021

Zimperium, the global leader in mobile security, and Intertrust, the pioneer in trusted computing and digital rights management (DRM) technology, today announced a partnership to provide end-to-end security and data management for IoT devices, apps and media services operating in Zero Trust environments. Under the terms of the partnership, Intertrust will offer Zimperium's Mobile Application Protection Suite (MAPS) to its Intertrust Platform™ and Intertrust ExpressPlay® customers. The Zimperium-Intertrust partnership completes our offering of the world's best end-to-end secure data operations and rights management solution, with bulletproof endpoint technology.We're proud to partner with the world leader in this space and look forward to delivering robust end to end solutions to our customers" Talal Shamoon, Intertrust's Chief Executive Officer Intertrust Platform is a breakthrough product that provides trusted interoperable data operations for business ecosystems. It also connects to authenticated IoT devices and apps, creating a circle of trust between clouds and devices. ExpressPlay Media Security Suite offers a number of innovative content protection services including ExpressPlay DRM, a cloud-based multi-DRM service. Zimperium's revolutionary security technology creates a protected processing environment on devices and sensors that lowers the risk of malicious tampering and signals when an attack is taking place. The combination gives enterprises and media service providers alike access to trusted data ecosystems and a high level of assurance that devices and apps in the Zero Trust environments they work with are highly resistant to hacks that can cause major disruptions or inappropriate access to data. Intertrust provides software and services to major corporations globally and is offering MAPS to its current and future customers immediately. About Zimperium Zimperium provides the only mobile security platform purpose-built for enterprise environments. With machine learning-based protection and a single platform that secures everything from applications to endpoints, Zimperium is the only solution to provide on-device mobile threat defense to protect growing and evolving mobile environments. Zimperium is headquartered in Dallas, Texas and backed by Warburg Pincus, SoftBank, Samsung, Sierra Ventures and Telstra. About Intertrust Intertrust provides trusted computing products and services to leading global corporations–from mobile, consumer electronics and IoT manufacturers, to service providers and enterprise software platform companies. These products include the world's leading digital rights management (DRM) and technologies to enable private data exchanges for various verticals including energy, entertainment, retail/marketing, automotive, fintech, and IoT. Founded in 1990, Intertrust is headquartered in Silicon Valley with regional offices in London, Tokyo, Mumbai, Bangalore, Beijing, Seoul, and Tallinn. The company has a legacy of invention, and its fundamental contributions in the areas of computer security and digital trust are globally recognized. Intertrust holds hundreds of patents that are key to Internet security, trust, and privacy management components of operating systems, trusted mobile code and networked operating environments, web services, and cloud computing.

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Eseye Launches Next Gen Infinity IoT Platform™ to Solve Enterprise IoT Challenges

Eseye | May 21, 2022

Eseye, a pioneer of leading-edge IoT connectivity solutions, today announced the launch of its next generation 'mission control' IoT connectivity platform, Infinity™. The Eseye Infinity IoT Platform™ delivers a single, customisable and scalable network for both today's and tomorrow's global IoT deployments. Until now, IoT has been hampered by its complexity with devices, global connectivity and security challenges. Now Eseye's new platform enables customers to easily scale and evolve their IoT deployment to suit their needs, empowering them to make the right carrier choices, wherever they are in the world. With Infinity, organisations can right-size, change and optimise connectivity as their requirements, the market and technology evolve. Single pane-of-glass visibility and centralised reporting ensure the platform captures and manages everything, utilising analytics and AI which in turn reduces service overheads across global IoT estates, significantly cutting the total cost of ownership (TCO). An IoT Platform of Platforms Uniquely, Infinity's 'all in one place' single IoT platform approach means that customers can manage existing legacy SIMs, as well as Eseye AnyNet+ SIMs, and emerging iSIM solutions. "Eseye provides customers a single platform for easily deploying devices around the world, choosing and switching providers, and implementing policies from a single pane of glass. Eseye claims it can remove complexity from connectivity, while increasing flexibility and delivering better results. It serves enterprises across many verticals and use cases. Past projects have included Amazon's network of Lockers, Shell Recharge Solutions' network of electric vehicle chargers and Itron's smart meters," comments John Gole, Research Director, IoT, IDC. With Infinity, organisations can connect anywhere, giving them the widest choice of mobile networks and platform integrations. Direct multiple MNO interconnects mean that customers can connect to a wide range of operators to deliver a blend of localised and roaming connectivity, as well as integrating with existing provider platforms including Jasper, Vodafone GDSP, Ericsson DCP and many more. Today, Eseye has the largest selection of network localisation options available, including Verizon, MTN and Telstra, to help customers deploy IoT around the world and eliminate the risks associated with permanent roaming. BYOC – Delivering Commercial Flexibility Additionally, Infinity's 'Bring Your Own Contract (BYOC)' capabilities enable customers to import existing MNO contracts into the platform. This puts organisations in complete control of commercial decision making and enables them to customise network connectivity options to meet their requirements, while at the same time allowing them to bring negotiated rates from their existing carriers. Additionally, organisations can fill any connectivity gaps via Eseye's AnyNet Federation, which provides access to over 700 networks around the world. Next gen platform built to last Infinity is built on decades of deep IoT hardware and connectivity expertise, giving customers fine-grain control over their IoT business policy. Organisations can define IoT policy centrally, then automatically deploy to the edge, while optimising connectivity, quality of service and price, device-by-device. The Infinity Platform's Software Defined Network (SDN) enables fast onboarding of new MNOs, while connectivity and network optimisation deliver dynamic network switching-as-a-service. The platform also provides new connectivity options, which protects the business's IoT investment by enabling the addition of private 5G/LTE networks and other wireless technologies as the market evolves. Making IoT secure and compliant IoT security is an issue that many enterprises grapple with and Infinity delivers reliable, low-latency device-to-cloud connectivity, security, and routing. Customers also benefit from support for GDPR, data sovereignty and other regulatory requirements. Built-in enterprise policy control and management to the edge provides API integrations with security and other enterprise applications, such as Armis for asset visibility and agentless security. "We've witnessed strong demand from enterprises who need to be better equipped to reduce the complexity of their global IoT deployments. This has been one of the biggest barriers to large-scale project rollouts. Our next gen Infinity Platform simplifies global connectivity on a game-changing scale, elegantly solving the problems of carrier lock-in, connectivity and security in a single solution," comments Nick Earle, CEO, Eseye. "The platform is designed to deliver any flavour of IoT connectivity, so customers have total flexibility as the shape and scale of their deployment evolves. We've also made sure that we future proof our customer's investment with a rapid method to integrate other wireless IoT technologies, such as private 5G/LTE and satellite." A platform that enables true scalability The Infinity IoT Platform and service comes in two versions. Infinity Flex is designed for companies with mid-size deployments and is perfect for those customers who need to get started quickly and have pre-defined pricing and support. Infinity Enterprise is suited to global or multi-regional enterprise IoT projects, or those with more complex deployment, hardware or deployment needs. In the last 12 months, Eseye has experienced tremendous momentum, in response to the rapidly growing demand for enterprise-grade IoT solutions delivering ubiquitous global connectivity. Thanks to Eseye's AnyNet connectivity managed service, customers around the world are now benefitting. For example, Instavolt, the provider of the UK's largest owner-operated rapid EV charging network, has seen utilisation grow exponentially post-COVID. InstaVolt chose Eseye's reliable connectivity to power its growing estate of EV fast-charge points which are embedded with Eseye AnyNet+ SIMs designed to operate in the field for up to 30 years. "The AnyNet+ SIM embedded in our charge points offers the ability to network, manage and effectively switch connectivity to another provider, if needed. This ensures our chargers have high uptime wherever they are located, and our customers can simply tap, charge, and drive," Gary Kirkland, CTO, InstaVolt. To meet this rapidly growing demand, Eseye has trebled its roster of proven, senior industry leaders, to focus on providing best-in-class, reliable managed IoT services to support complex worldwide IoT deployments. Now with the launch of its next gen Infinity IoT Platform, Eseye will accelerate its growth plans, helping customers build solutions that are future-proofed enabling IoT deployments that deliver both today and in 20 years' time. About Eseye We unlock the full potential of IoT, free from the complexities of global cellular connectivity. We have everything you need to move from initial concept to global deployment. We do this through seamless IoT connectivity, technical device services and versatile hardware, backed by round-the-clock support. All with an intense focus on enabling our customers to drive business value, deploy differentiated experiences, and disrupt their markets – without limits. Together, our AnyNet+ eSIM technology, Infinity IoT Connectivity Platform™ and partner ecosystem connect millions of devices across 190 countries. We bring together over 700 networks for 100% global coverage – and our flexible technology platform means our customers are ready for whatever else the future holds. Global brands that trust us to deliver including Costa Express, Bosch, Amazon, Siemens and Philips.

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Essence Group Announces Success in Meeting Supply Demand Throughout 2021 Despite Major Chip Shortages Caused by Ongoing COVID-19 Disruption

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 advanced orders according to these models, and the company's strong purchasing power. The robust management of Essence's supply chain mitigated the global disruption caused by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and ensured the continued supply of products to all of its customers. "In March 2021, Essence released a statement describing our proactive resilience and detailed business planning, which ensured minimal interruption to supply during 2020," said Hagai Enoch, COO of Essence Group. "We are proud that this has continued throughout 2021, helping us to greatly exceed market expectations." Throughout 2021, Essence was able to continually source the required items and maintain production levels, resulting in a 99.5% on-time delivery rate to its partners across the United States, Europe, Latin America and Asia-Pacific. The continuity of supply enabled Essence customers to continue to support end users successfully and without any disruption. "The supply chain disruption forms part of the widescale resources challenges that affected global production, business investment and labor during 2021 and will likely continue well into 2022. Our strategic planning and decisions made early in the pandemic relieved these problems and will help us to continue meeting customer demands. Our supply chain management with strategic suppliers will ensure we are able to maintain delivery of products to customers in order to generate revenues and maintain constant growth year over year." Dr. Haim Amir, CEO and Founder of Essence Group About Essence Group Essence Group is a global technology leader with a mission to develop and deploy innovative, cloud-based, end-to-end security and healthcare solutions, underpinned by supporting services, that provide peace of mind to users. For over a quarter of a century, Essence has challenged convention by making care and safety both accessible and affordable. With over 75 million connected devices deployed worldwide, Essence helps people to live safer and more independent lives.

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A world of interconnected “smart” devices is here, albeit in the early stages. By 2020, Gartner predicts, the internet of things will be made up of 26 billion “units.”3 Fortunately, there’s still time to secure devices before consumers are at risk.Suddenly, everything from refrigerators to sprinkler systems are wired and interconnected, and while these devices have made life easier, they’ve also created new attack vectors for hackers. These devices are now collectively called the internet of things (IoT). IoT devices are poised to become more pervasive in our lives than mobile phones and will have access to the most sensitive personal data such as social security numbers and banking information. As the number of connected IoT devices constantly increase, security concerns are also exponentially multiplied.

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