One of the biggest stories of 2020 wasn’t about the pandemic, politics or protests, says Marc Price, CTO of Matrixx Software. It was about private networks or, more specifically, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC)’s opening up of wireless spectrum that would enable private 5G networks to be deployed by almost any company that had a mind to do
Frost & Sullivan‘s recent analysis, data analytics and AI boost accuracy to drive global smart water and wastewater leak detection solutions market, finds that the wastewater leak detection market has witnessed a significant rate of innovation and digital transformation. Internet of Things (IoT) sensors, machine learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI), and cloud- or edge-based data analytics
When 4G launched, it offered some significant performance improvements over 3G. But with 5G, says Guy Matthews, editor of NetReporter, something far more profound is going on. The doors of possibility have been blown off their hinges. So what lies beyond? With all the buzz that surrounds 5G right now, it is an interesting contrast to look
PTC has expanded its existing customer relationship with Fujitsu America, Inc. to promote adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) and augmented reality (AR) technologies. As a systems integrator (SI), Fujitsu has integrated PTC’s ThingWorx® Industrial IoT and Vuforia® Augmented Reality (AR) platforms into its Smart Factory framework, enabling manufacturing customers to accelerate their digital transformation initiatives by addressing growing skills gaps, providing support against increasing macroeconomic and cost pressures,
(Sponsored News) Internet of Things (IoT) bridges the gap between the physical world and the Internet world, making smarter connections possible between machines and everything. No matter for personal use or for diverse vertical industry applications, IoT addresses its significant values in greater convenience, higher efficiency, improved quality of work/production and better utilization of big
Port53 Technologies, a customer-centric cloud security, announced the launch of a platform that will empower cybersecurity professionals to shape their organisations’ threat postures at will. The online store, featuring solutions from Port53 partners Cisco and OneLogin, aims to further Port53’s commitment to empowering small and mid-sized enterprises to secure their digital estates against an ever-burgeoning threat landscape. During
Hyperloop Transportation Technologiesannounced an agreement with public transportation Internet connectivity provider, Icomera. Under the agreement, Icomera will be HyperloopTT’s official digital partner, equipment supplier, and systems integrator for its wireless capsule-to-ground communications.
As passengers travel at airplane speeds on the ground, Icomera’s connectivity platform will enable Internet connectivity for passengers who wish to be productive or entertained while they travel, as well as providing critical and secure communications functions, such as interfacing with embedded capsule sensors.
HyperloopTT engineers will work alongside Icomera to deploy Icomera’s cutting-edge TraXside solution. Icomera TraXside is a radio and fibre network with dedicated antennas placed at intervals along the HyperloopTT system.
Icomera hardware in HyperloopTT capsules will deliver gigabit bandwidth to each capsule, equivalent to passengers streaming over 10,000 songs or 200 HD films concurrently. Phase 1 of Icomera TraXside testing for Hyperloop transport is set to take place in Toulouse, France, in Q1-Q2 2021.
Andres De Leon, HyperloopTT’s CEO, says, “High-speed wireless communications are an absolute must for today’s transportation, and Icomera is the perfect partner to bring the fastest broadband speeds to the fastest transportation system.”
Magnus Friberg, Icomera’s CEO, says, “Icomera is pleased to become a Digital Partner to HyperloopTT and to work with other leaders in their fields to demonstrate the feasibility of this exciting new mode of high-speed transport. When used in conjunction with other sustainable means of transportation, Icomera foresees Hyperloop technology contributing to a much cleaner, safer, and more connected future.”
According to Wilfred Petrie, executive vice-president of Engie, in charge of Engie Solutions, “This innovative project provides an important step in our mission to reinvent global living and working standards. There is great potential for Hyperloop to provide an additional low-carbon method for long-distance passenger transport in the future.”
With the cyber threat landscape constantly evolving, Ewon, a business unit within HMS Networks and the global leader in industrial remote connectivity, has partnered with NVISO, an cybersecurity, to bring industrial cybersecurity to the next level.
Offensive Security & Software Security Services at NVISO More than ever, it is critical to protect factories from malicious attacks. HMS Networks is currently developing the next generation Ewon products which will feature market-leading, entreprise-grade security protection. A key element in this security initiative is the partnership with cybersecurity expert NVISO who will help ensuring that the Ewon offering prevents, detects and responds strongly to cyberattacks.
How the partnership works
Instead of a yearly audit which typically focuses on the same points, HMS decided to put the bar higher by getting challenged on an ongoing basis by experts who are themselves becoming even better with time. Accordingly, NVISO will scrutinize Ewon systems on a regular basis and provide continuous feedback on how to improve. Complementing the ISO 27001 certification that Ewon renews every year, the partnership will ensure that Ewon products and services are secured to the highest level at all times for even better protection of remote access to industrial machines.
“Being the leading player on the market with more than 300,000 connected machines comes with a lot of responsibility, and this is something that we do not take lightly. It begins with promising and ensuring the security and privacy of our customers’ data and equipment.”, says Francis Vander Ghinst, general manager of HMS Networks’ Business Unit Ewon,
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