- Over half of business and IT leaders now expect return on investment for IoT projects within three years
- Enterprises deploying IoT for a wide range of benefits including new revenue generation (45 percent), improving security and health, and enhancing safety (47 percent each)
- Survey identifies room for improvement among IoT services and equipment suppliers, especially in better support and closer collaboration
According to a new Fujitsu survey1 published today, Internet of Things (IoT) technology has reached early mainstream, with business and IT leaders expecting tangible results in three years or less – signaling that the days of simply experimenting with IoT projects are now consigned to the past. Fujitsu commissioned IDG Connect to better understand how IoT technology is maturing in the enterprise, and to gauge industry expectations.
Telit OneEdge is a next generation software suite for IoT modules enabling a seamless transition to cellular low power wide area (LPWA) technologies London, February 18, 2019 – Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced Telit OneEdge, a new initiative developed to speed IoT deployments and reduce the time required to monetize the digitalization of businesses. OneEdge is an innovative software suite enabling solutions for a new generation of Telit’s cellular LPWA IoT modules. With integrated, secure, easy-to-use tools, it dramatically simplifies design, deployment and management of IoT products and solutions, enabling a leap ahead into the new 5G super-connected world. OneEdge solves long-standing challenges related to integration, scalability, management and costs that solution architects and their enterprise customers face as they implement IoT to transform their businesses. The offering is designed to accelerate solutions to market in an industry that is expected to scale to three million-plus new cellular connections per day by 2023 .
CES 2019 – LAS VEGAS – January 7, 2019 – BlackBerry Limited (NYSE: BB; TSX: BB) today announced it is scaling its BlackBerry Secure technology and licensing strategy to empower the electronics industry to rapidly bring-to-market safe and secure IoT devices. According to a recent survey commissioned by the company, approximately 80% of consumers in the U.S., U.K. and Canada do not trust their current Internet-connected devices to secure their data and privacy. Additionally, when asked about future purchases, respondents said they were more likely to choose a product or do business with a company that had a strong reputation for data security and privacy.
The company’s new BlackBerry Secure feature packs address this concern and buying preference by giving IoT device manufacturers the trusted software and proven framework to securely build smart products – from health trackers to Alexa-enabled speakers – without having to develop the technology and deep cybersecurity expertise internally.
Orchestrator’s drag & drop visual programming tool allows both coders and non-coders to quickly build innovative IoT services on AWS AWS Summit Chicago 2017– July 26, 2017 — Accelerite, a provider of software for digital transformation infrastructure, today announced the availability of its IoT visual design tool, Concert IoT Orchestrator: Starter Edition, on AWS Marketplace. To simplify and speed development of enterprise-grade IoT applications, coders, non-coders, or anyone with a basic understanding of web service APIs now can drag and drop components to build applications that run on Amazon Web Services (AWS) for virtually any IoT use case — from smart cities and Industry 4.0 manufacturing to smart consumer devices. Also, find how Industry 4.0 can energize the Cyber-Physical Factory. “As one of the first IoT application development platforms on AWS Marketplace, Accelerite’s Concert IoT Orchestrator adds tremendous value to the selection for IoT services,” said Barry Russell, General Manager of Global Business Development, AWS Marketplace and Catalog Services.
Ayla Portable Agent Device and Enhanced Application Enablement Will Speed Time to Value and Add Flexibility for Building IoT Solutions, Especially at Scale Ayla Networks, whose Internet of Things (IoT) platform-as-a-service (PaaS) delivers industry-leading device management and application enablement, today announced new capabilities to its IoT platform that will further simplify the ability to gain business value from IoT. This new Ayla IoT platform release overcomes restrictions on choosing wireless modules to connect to the Ayla IoT cloud and streamlines the creation of enterprise applications that use IoT device data. A new Ayla portable software agent significantly cuts the time needed to get to market with IoT initiatives, by allowing manufacturers to select essentially any cellular or Wi-Fi module and have it connect easily to the Ayla IoT cloud. For makers of IoT solutions and service providers, the Ayla IoT platform has added new application enablement capabilities that make it faster and easier to build both mobile and web-based enterprise applications that take advantage of IoT data. “IoT applications and use cases continue to grow in size and complexity, and Ayla Networks is committed to keeping our IoT platform technology a step ahead of what the market needs,” said Jonathan Cobb, CEO of Ayla Networks.
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Oct. 16, 2018 – Intrinsic ID, the world’s leading provider of digital authentication technology for Internet of Things security, today announced it will exhibit during Arm TechCon, October 17-18 in San Jose. Intrinsic ID will offer demonstrations in partnership with NXP Semiconductors N.V., showing technology for creating unclonable identities to secure any IoT-connected device. Intrinsic ID will demonstrate device-to-cloud authentication and encryption of flash data with NXP, which last week announced its i.MX RT600 family of processors and the LPC5500 series of microcontrollers. They are based on the Arm Cortex-M33 processing core and utilize Intrinsic ID’s QuiddiKey, hardware IP which delivers hardware root of trust for IoT security. In addition to QuiddiKey, Intrinsic ID products include BroadKey, a software IP which delivers hardware root of trust for creating, wrapping and managing secure keys for IoT security, and which enables security deployment at any point in an IoT-connected product’s lifecycle.
CENTRI to Demonstrate Complete Chip to Cloud Data Security Following Platform Security Architecture (PSA) Principles
SEATTLE, WA – February 26, 2018 – CENTRI, a leading provider of advanced security for the Internet of Things, today announced CENTRI Internet of Things Advanced Security – IoTAS has achieved industry-leading performance metrics over open source security standards on small edge devices. A series of recent performance tests validated by Arm, the world’s leading semiconductor IP company showed when performing like functions, CENTRI IoTAS was between 50 and 240 times faster than the open source components. Test details can be provided upon request. CENTRI, an Arm® Mbed™ partner, will demonstrate IoTAS data security on the Armv8-M architecture using a Nuvoton Arm Cortex®-M23 based micro-controller edge device connected to Microsoft Azure cloud. The demonstration will be at the Arm booth, hall 4, #4-140, February 27 to March 1 at Embedded World 2018, Nuremberg, Germany. The Cortex-M23 processor is built for small, low-power IoT and embedded products. The IoTAS demonstration will demonstrate a complete solution providing encryption and compression of IoT data from capture to cloud.
- Outlines evolution of cellular IoT in four segments leveraging new capabilities with 4G and 5G to tap growth opportunities from industry digitalization
- Introduces Broadband IoT and Industrial Automation IoT as new segments in addition to Massive IoT and Critical IoT
- Launches Massive IoT enhancements and new Broadband IoT solutions on existing LTE networks to enable more advanced use cases
Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) today unveiled the next steps in the evolution of cellular IoT and launched new solutions that will enable service providers to address a larger part of the IoT market with diverse use cases across verticals including automotive, manufacturing, and utilities. Ericsson outlines cellular IoT evolution in four market segments: Massive IoT, Broadband IoT, Critical IoT, and Industrial Automation IoT.
Telefónica and ASTI Mobile Robotics come together to accelerate the digitalization of industrial environments with IoT
Madrid, 21 June 2018.- Telefónica and ASTI Mobile Robotics signed a collaboration agreement to accelerate the digital transformation through the Internet of Things (IoT) in industrial environments where the automation and digitalization of processes is critical. As a result of this collaboration, companies will be able to benefit from comprehensive solutions for the digitalization and industrialization of their industrial processes in the so-called “Logistics 4.0” field, and other lines of work of the new smart factories themselves. The agreement includes two fundamental frameworks. A technological one that includes the development of joint products in the field of LTE networks for companies, and another commercial one with which Telefónica and ASTI will jointly develop business aimed at companies in sectors such as the automotive industry, ports, airports, the petrochemical industry, food companies, pharmaceutical companies, and e-commerce with activity in the countries where Telefónica operates.