Connectivity has always been at the core of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. Whether tapping a local ethernet connection for Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) monitoring or deploying gateways and backhauling data over a cellular network, connectivity starts the IoT solution journey.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is humanity’s new frontier. Often viewed as the next wave of human evolution, AI has now officially taken center stage after enduring years of policy, technological, and investment setbacks that led to multiple AI winters. However, with the increasing inclusion of AI in our daily lives, humanity is concerned with major ethical issues brought by this development, as demonstrated by the dispute over the use of facial recognition technologies in public security in China,
The COVID-19 pandemic has produced a chain of events unlike anything we have seen in our lifetimes. Our daily routines have been flooded with uncertainty, both at home and at work. This has resulted in questions about the future state of our global economy.
Light Reading | April 23, 2021, 9:10 a.m.
Also in today's EMEA regional rollout: Ericsson, ATU tackle spectrum issues in Africa; UK's mobile minnows put big fish to shame; Proximus' 5G innovation platform is up and running.Read Full Article
VentureBeat | April 22, 2021, 3:50 p.m.
Walmart VP Sanjay Radhakrishnan explains how the retail giant used internet of things technology to thrive during the pandemic.Read Full Article
TechCrunch | April 22, 2021, 10 a.m.
The Internet of Things has a security problem. The past decade has seen wave after wave of new internet-connected devices, from sensors through to webcams and smart home tech, often manufactured in bulk but with little — if any — consideration to security. Worse, many device manufacturers make no effort to fix security flaws, while […]Read Full Article
Artificial Intelligence News | April 22, 2021, 6:21 a.m.
Researchers from MIT have developed an AI tool for determining the stress a material is under through analysing images. The pesky laws of physics have been used by engineers for centuries to work out – using complex equations – the stresses the materials they’re working with are being put under. It’s a time-consuming but vital... Read more »The post MIT researchers develop AI to calculate material stress using images appeared first on AI News.Read Full Article
TechCrunch | April 22, 2021, 2:55 a.m.
"With the COVID-19 pandemic, it's easier to land remote jobs and stay in Zagreb, which will positively impact the Croatian startup ecosystem."Read Full Article
Total Telecom | April 21, 2021, 9 p.m.
China's semiconductor industry is growing from strength to strength. The country has accelerated its efforts to advance its semiconductor industry in the wake of increasing geopolitical tensions with the US.A case in point is China's newly acquired capability to produce 28-nanometer chip wafers. This is likely to mature this year and is a crucial step in developing competencies for advanced chipmaking technologies. It is a sign that the country is fast developing high-end skills in chip manufacturing. Production of 28nm chip is not the only instance of the growing capabilities of Chinese chipmakers. Some Chinese companies have shifted its 14nm chipset orders from the market leader Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) to China's Semiconductor Manufacturing International (SMIC)…read more on TotalTele.com »Read Full Article
Business Wire | April 21, 2021, 6:30 p.m.
IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Advantech (stock code: 2395), a leading provider of advanced IoT intelligence systems, is excited to launch its Advantech Connect Online Partner Conference, an online partner conference for global partners, focusing on the theme “Edge-to-Cloud Partnerships Enable Smart City Services with AIoT.” The conference sessions will be livestreamed in North America on April 28-30 (UTC-4) and center around six main topics: Intelligent Hospitals, Telehealth & Mobile SolRead Full Article
Fierce Wireless | April 21, 2021, 2:40 p.m.
Dish to launch 5G network in Las Vegas this yearbfletcherWed, 04/21/2021 - 13:40Read Full Article
VentureBeat | April 21, 2021, 1:45 p.m.
Gartner predicts 2021 global spending on public clouds will reach $332.3 billion, driven by demand for containerization and edge computing.Read Full Article
Light Reading | April 21, 2021, 10:35 a.m.
Dish Network said it will run its planned 5G network inside Amazon Web Services' (AWS) cloud computing service.Read Full Article
RR Media Group | April 21, 2021, 4 a.m.
Ondas Holdings hired Susan Roberts as a senior advisor to focus on strategy and business development for Ondas as the company commercializes its FullMAX communications platform for the unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and aviation verticals. read moreRead Full Article
Total Telecom | April 20, 2021, 9 p.m.
Throughout last year, the concept of OpenRAN — modular, interoperable hardware and software from various vendors that can work in tandem — has been gaining momentum. In light of the geopolitical dimension surrounding 5G networks and their security, the idea of using multiple suppliers has become increasingly appealing for operators and governments alike, but the technology nonetheless remains in its infancy…read more on TotalTele.com »Read Full Article
Total Telecom | April 20, 2021, 9 p.m.
We recently caught up with Orange's Arnaud Vamparys to discuss the opportunities the ongoing 5G rollout offers network operators, ahead of our upcoming virtual event 5GLIVE. 1.What has been the biggest success of 5G rollout so far? Despite the disruptions brought about by the covid pandemic across economies and societies, we have been able to continue to launch 5G in five of our European countries. This has proved particularly important at a time when connectivity is proving indispensable to so many people. Launching 5G has enabled us to bring additional capacity to urban areas where 4G is heavily used and it is helping to anticipate the demand and opportunity for developing new uses and innovation. Our industry ecosystem has also played a significant part in helping to make 5G more accessible to consumers. For example, consumers now have easy access to a wide range of 5G compatible smartphones, at different prices, and this is helping to further democratize 5G and give people the benefits of speeds of up to 3 to 4 times faster than they had previously…read more on TotalTele.com »Read Full Article
TechCrunch | April 20, 2021, 8:01 p.m.
Smartphones will be included in the scope of a planned “security by design” U.K. law aimed at beefing up the security of consumer devices, the government said today. It made the announcement in its response to a consultation on legislative plans aimed at tackling some of the most lax security practices long-associated with the Internet […]Read Full Article
Artificial Intelligence News | April 20, 2021, 12:10 p.m.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has joined over 50 other rights and advocacy groups in calling for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to halt the use of Clearview AI’s controversial facial recognition system. In a letter (PDF) addressed to DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, the signatories wrote: “The undersigned organizations have serious concerns about... Read more »The post ACLU joins over 50 groups in calling for Homeland Security to halt use of Clearview AI appeared first on AI News.Read Full Article
VentureBeat | April 20, 2021, noon
The British government thinks Nvidia's Arm deal is a national security threat. Should the U.S. government worry too?Read Full Article
ABI Research | April 20, 2021, 9:30 a.m.
Today there are 8.6 billion IoT connections. By 2026, that number will nearly triple to 23.6 billion. In its new whitepaper, Connected & Protected: The Vulnerabilities and Opportunities of IoT Security, global tech market advisory firm ABI Research explores how the exponential growth in IoT connections will usher in a new era of connectivity and productivity along with a slew of new threat vectors and vulnerabilities. At the same time, the looming security gaps offer a tremendous revenue potential for players in IoT security.“Concerns about security of the Internet of Things (IoT) are widespread,” says Michela Menting, Digital Security Research Director at ABI Research. Security gaps run the gamut from devices that are incapable of being secured to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and vendors often choosing to accept the risk rather than remediate it, as well as functional safety-type IoT devices that prioritize availability and cannot simultaneously ensure confidentiality. “There are limited IoT security solutions in the market, due in large part to the fragmented nature of the IoT itself,” Menting explains.While these security gaps pose a significant challenge for companies and end-users, they also represent a tremendous opportunity for players in the IoT space, including IoT service providers, vendors, platform operators, and Information Technology (IT)/Operational Technology (OT) security organizations. “Much like the number of IoT connections is set to explode, so too is the revenue opportunity in IoT security. ABI Research market data shows that total revenue in the space will reach US$16.8 billion by 2026,” Menting says.The sheer number of new IoT connections over the next 5 years, the increased digitization capabilities of certain IoT markets (e.g., utilities, industrial, infrastructure, and smart cities), the increase in connected users and assets along with the increased connectivity needs brought forth by the COVID-19 pandemic are all fair predictors for digital security overall.The amount of IoT security revenue, however, does not always correlate with the amount of IoT connections, and some markets are expected to experience disproportional revenue. Menting points out, “This is due to the multi-faceted level of security and management requirements that provide the foundation for other key operations and valuable services, including for intelligence operations and analytics, life cycle management and predictive maintenance, firmware updates, and device and data integrity.”“ABI Research forecasts that digital security services will enter the Return on Investment (ROI) equation significantly faster in the next 3 years, as both security vendors and IoT players will better understand how to protect the key monetization applications related to their IoT strategies,” Menting concludes.To learn more about IoT security, what is driving the revenue, and ABI Research’s strategic recommendations for companies and end-users, download Connected & Protected: The Vulnerabilities and Opportunities of IoT Security. You are welcome to share this link with your readers.Read Full Article
Light Reading | April 20, 2021, 9:30 a.m.
Vendor says it has already scored purchase agreements as the new IoT gateway places Adtran into a new market, and in position to help service providers build overlay networks for enterprise IoT apps.Read Full Article
Business Wire | April 20, 2021, 8:43 a.m.
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "China Research Report on Telematics Service Providers (TSP) and Their Products, 2021" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. Small and medium TSPs will fade away and TSP giants will come to the front As "smart car as a service" grows, automakers focus more on introduction of technologies or platforms from big data and cloud computing to security, content platform and artificial intelligence, providing more intelligent, more diversified contentRead Full Article
TechHQ | April 20, 2021, 7:55 a.m.
Platform agnostic, cloud independent: nice phrases, but what's the reality, and which vendors help you achieve it? We talk Sentinet for APIs, Micro Focus on AD, and Aspire on digital interconnectivity at C-Suite levels.The post Bridging the gap between Microsoft investment and other platforms appeared first on TechHQ.Read Full Article
RR Media Group | April 20, 2021, 4 a.m.
Iridium Communications reported financial results for the first quarter of 2021 and reiterated its full-year 2021 outlook. read moreRead Full Article