The ubiquity of data has the world community of privacy and security professionals in splits. While one side considers it as a boon for the digital world we all dream about, others consider it as an invitation to unimaginable risks. Consequently, digital product owners have a tough road to trek with generating enough data for
Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), announced commercial operation of its new mobile core network, Telit NExT, enabling new and enhanced turnkey services that give enterprises, IoT service providers and other users access to over 600 2G, 3G and 4G networks in 190 countries. The new IoT conceived core network is the latest
Capgemini and Orange announced their plan to set up a new company named “Bleu” that will intend to provide a “Cloud de Confiance” service which will meet sovereignty requirements of the French State, public administrations and critical infrastructure companies with privacy, security and resiliency needs as determined by the French State. Bleu will aim to provide its customers with
As organisations around the world accelerate digital transformation, their need for intelligent and automated delivery and release management has become even more critical. Dynatrace has announced a new integration with DevOps innovator, JFrog, to help organisations meet this demand. The integration between the two companies delivers the Dynatrace platform’s observability, AIOps, and Cloud Automation capabilities to users of JFrog Pipelines, the company’s CI/CD solution which is part of its DevOps platform. As Loreli Cadapan, senior
Copersucar, a global provider in sugar and ethanol trading has chosen IBM Cloud to help them increase productivity and efficiency, modernise processes and accelerate its business expansion. Responsible for commercializing 3.7 million tons of sugar and 5 billion litres of ethanol in 2019-2020 Crop-Year, the company recently completed an important step on its digital transformation journey
Only a couple of years ago, Internet of Things (IoT) manufacturers were primarily concerned with hardware not software. Today, says Richard Hayton, CISO, Trustonic, IoT appliances have changed drastically, with software taking prominence and growing in terms of consumer-related applications. Nowadays, the term “IoT” is mainly used for consumer-focused applications: these include connected vehicles, wearable technology and connected
Ericsson and cyber and security solutions company, Leonardo, are partnering to explore and develop new 5G solutions and business models spanning industrial, public safety and critical infrastructure.
The collaboration agreement, which has an international scope, aims to drive solutions that enable industries to transform operations, increase safety and security, and deliver innovative products and services.
Emerging next-generation use and business cases will demand more reliable, higher performance wireless solutions from 4G and 5G mobile networks. The collaboration will see Ericsson and Leonardo sharing R&D capabilities and competences spanning cyber security, 5G networks and service evolution.
The partnership will also address cyber security while threats are becoming more complex in particular for strategic critical infrastructures. In certain specific projects and opportunities, the collaboration will also be open to communications service providers and other ecosystem partners.
Enrico Savio, chief strategy & market intelligence officer, Leonardo, says, ”The agreement brings together market leaders in 5G technology and cyber security to accelerate the delivery of more effective, secure and reliable communications. ”
He adds, ”This will benefit communities, public and private organisations, making them feel safer and more secure, which is one of the objectives of our company’s strategic plan. Be Tomorrow Leonardo 2030. By bringing together our respective expertise, Ericsson and Leonardo will create the strategic conditions for both companies to grow in the mission-critical sector and deliver innovation that will change the way we do business.”
Emanuele Iannetti, head of South East Mediterranean, Ericsson, says, “5G unlocks the industry digitalisation and mission critical public services evolution We’re joining forces with Leonardo to gain a complementary view of market demands and business drivers, taking digitalisation to the next level. Through the collective experience we get through this partnership, we will be able to increase the impact of what we do for our customers.”
The Ericsson and Leonardo cooperation will also enable integration and interoperability with existing narrowband digital communications. This will be done by using LTE and 5G technologies to design and deliver solutions that will provide first responders such as firefighters, emergency medical service personnel and policemen with fast and secure communications to save lives.
Alongside existing narrowband infrastructures, such solutions can support more advanced use cases and mission-critical services such as real-time video, massive use of sensors and augmented reality. Based on the agreement, these jointly developed solutions can be integrated into Leonardo Command & Control propositions to bring critical mobile broadband benefits to daily operations for public safety users.
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HERE Technologies, the location data and technology platform, and Increment P, the Japanese digital map and location intelligence company, announced that Increment P is expanding the access to its comprehensive, high-quality location content and data sets available via the HERE Marketplace, in additionto what is already accessible to developers in HERE Workspace.
These data sets include Japanese road network data, detailed map data including building footprints, address data that corresponds to Japan’s unique address system, point of interest (POI) data and traffic information. In addition, Increment P provides information about upcoming road and city infrastructure changes (including newly created roads, street width changes, as well as new or closed buildings and facilities) which can be used by customers for local marketing purposes, city and real estate planning.
By offering its data on the HERE Marketplace and tapping into the extensive HERE location content ecosystem, Increment P is broadening its reach to customers worldwide, addressing the growing importance of location intelligence in today’s digitised and data-driven world to serve a variety of use cases across multiple industries.
“We will continue to provide access to our map data of Japan through HERE Workspace and contribute to improving the overall value of the HERE location platform by making our map data available for distribution to customers via the HERE Marketplace.
Our partnership with HERE provides us with access to enterprises around the world and will further stimulate the global demand for location-based services. We look forward to strengthening our cooperation with HERE as an important strategic partner,” says Takahito Aiki, president and CEO at Increment P.
“Our strong partnership with Increment P, established in 2017, has enabled HERE to provide the Japanese market with location-based products and services. By making Increment P’s data suite available to multiple industries and enterprises via the HERE Marketplace, both in Japan and overseas, we’re jointly expanding the boundaries of location technology and accelerating digital transformation for our customers,” says Akihiro Takahashi, vice president sales, Japan at HERE Technologies.