Monthly Archives: March 2016
NEC Australia, a leading technology services company, has become the newest strategic partner to Microsoft’s Azure IoT program.
Less than a quarter of respondents to the latest Tech Pro Research survey said their company is currently using IoT-connected devices to collect data, but more respondents said their business plans to get into the IoT game within the next year. Source: TechRepublic.
Intrinsyc Technologies Corporation announced it is expanding operations with the recent opening of an engineering center in Boulder, Colorado, and with an additional office planned to open in Taipei, Taiwan.
The Internet of Things has moved far beyond a commonly tossed around buzzword. Instead IoT has solidified its place globally as a ‘must have’ for today’s most innovative companies.
AWS IoT is a managed cloud platform that lets connected devices easily and securely interact with cloud applications and other devices.
Bosch is launching its own cloud computing services for the Internet of Things, with the first cloud facility to be located in Germany. Source: Techtimes.
Confused about terms like Eddystone, beacons, or “The Physical Web”? So are we. Let’s explain these technical terms simply starting with IoT.
Microsoft is embarking on an ambitious project to send its Azure IoT platform into the stratosphere.
Microsoft is attempting to pull off a rare feat that may be hard for its competitors to emulate. The team at Microsoft Research is deploying a balloon in the stratosphere loaded with sensors and cameras, which is connected to the Azure IoT platform. Source: Forbes.
Tracking Internet of Things solutions already implemented, including their vulnerabilities, is among the recommendations made in newly published advice from AT&T.