IoT Edge Controller

November 14, 2019

The Internet of Things (IoT) affects many industries as connected devices streamline business processes and add entirely new revenue streams for global organizations. By creating strong trusted relationships between things, systems, data, and people, organizations can introduce more personalized, automated, and enhanced experiences for their customers and generate new revenue streams.

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Consumer IoT Device Cybersecurity Standards, Policies, and Certification Schemes

whitePaper | February 23, 2023

There are three key elements in the world of Internet of Things cyber security. Standards are created in order to harmonize a common set of requirements. Regulations are created in order to incentivize manufacturers to adopt cybersecurity hygiene practices so as to protect societies and increase their cyber-resilience. Labels are created in order to provide visibility to consumers.

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Condition-Based Maintenance: Solving Issues of the Manufacturing Industry Using Cyclone V SoC for Edge-to-Cloud Integration

whitePaper | April 13, 2022

This document introduces the Vibration Analysis Condition-Based Maintenance. (CBM) Service that senses the condition of equipment and facilities for preventive.

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Best practices for cellular IoT development

whitePaper | March 28, 2022

This document introduces the main aspects and decisions you need to consider before and during your development phase of a low-power cellular Internet of Things (IoT) product. The sections are structured and ordered chronologically to follow a natural way of designing a cellular IoT device. The first sections cover the initial design decisions you might need to make to get the best possible baseline of your design. This includes overviews about the nRF9160 System in Package (SiP), modem radio, and radio technologies. The importance of network coverage and access is also discussed.

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Industrial Internet of Thing

whitePaper | January 2, 2020

The brief report provides a positioning of developments in the area referred to as Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – loosely interpreting this as the industrial developments associated with the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT in turn describes the extension of the application of internet communications beyond computers and networked devices to also include the networking of everyday objects. In the context of industrial operations these objects are typically equipment, products and raw materials.

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Using eSIM and iSIM will save money for IoT deployments

whitePaper | June 22, 2022

Transforma Insights analysis points to an 8-13% saving to be made on lifetime connectivity spend by enterprises if they choose eSIM and iSIM options rather than removable plastic SIM cards for their IoT deployments. Embedded SIM (eSIM), and to a lesser extent its coming successor integrated SIM (iSIM), have established themselves as part of the range of capabilities that need to be carefully considered by an organisation when planning a cellular-based IoT solution. Alongside the physical components of eSIM and iSIM.

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The IoT Trusted Zone

whitePaper | March 17, 2022

Among security best practices, system partitioning separates and isolates security-related hardware, software, and data in a “trusted zone” and tightly limits all attempts to access trusted content from outside the zone. Non-secure software cannot directly access secure resources. The Trusted Zone isolates security-related Microcontroller Unit (MCU) hardware, software, and external devices.

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ShilohNEXT Data Services is built on the Microsoft Azure platform, putting the world’s fastest, most secure cloud operating system at it’s core. By leveraging Azure SQL technology, you can consolidate all your critical data on a single, scalable platform, allowing you to easily migrate between legacy applications and the latest cloud-based offerings.

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