ASOCS’ industry-first 5G “private network in a box” includes the Telit FT980 industrial data terminal, network core, access, radio, SIM cards and management tool.
Fully configured evaluation kit delivers ready-to-run private standalone (SA) 5G Industry 4.0 applications for enterprise systems integrators, manufacturing IT departments and more.
Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced a partnership with ASOCS, a leading provider of virtual Radio Access Network (RAN) solutions, that enables enterprises, systems integrators and others to quickly develop and deploy private 5G networks for Industrial IoT (IIoT) applications.
Featuring the Telit FT980 industrial data terminal, ASOCS’ new 5G SA Evaluation Kit provides all of the 3rd party off-the-shelf hardware, software and services necessary for enabling a private 5G-powered Industry 4.0 applications.
Available immediately, the ASOCS 5G SA Evaluation Kit is a fully configured, turnkey network in a single box that includes:
Leading connectivity solutions provider collaborates with the LoRa Alliance® ecosystem partners to deliver a broader range of IoT solutions.
Aeris, a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) technology, today announced that it joined the LoRa Alliance®, a nonprofit association dedicated to advancing the adoption and implementation of the low-power long-range wide-area networking LoRaWAN® standard.
Aeris will lend its deep connectivity and IoT expertise to the LoRaWAN ecosystem as IoT solution providers embrace the benefits of LoRaWAN connectivity.
The LoRa Alliance has become one of the largest and fastest-growing alliances in the technology sector since its inception in 2015. Its members collaborate closely and share expertise to develop and promote the LoRaWAN standard, the de facto global standard for secure, carrier-grade IoT LPWAN connectivity. LoRaWAN has the technical flexibility to address a broad range of IoT applications and a robust LoRaWAN Certification program to guarantee that devices perform as … Read the rest
Earlier this year, Ubiquiti, a Silicon Valley-based IoT device maker, disclosed that it had been hacked. Customer account credentials were exposed which allowed hackers to gain full access to all application logs, databases, user database credentials and information required to forge single sign-on (SSO) cookies. This level of access would allow the attackers to remotely authenticate to countless Ubiquiti cloud-based devices, putting customers’ devices, such as routers, network video recorders and security cameras, deployed in corporations and homes around the world at risk.
With an international presence in 200 countries and more than 85 million devices deployed, Ubiquiti had a colossal challenge on its plate. Once the vulnerabilities were identified and credentials were changed, customers were encouraged to reset passwords and implement two-factor authentication.
Security veteran, Brain Krebs recommended that all Ubiquiti customers change the passwords on any devices that haven’t been … Read the rest
In just five years, predictive maintenance has moved from an uncertain, standalone niche use case to a fast-growing, high return on investment (ROI) application that is truly delivering value to users.
These developments are an indication of the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI), and the market is still in its infancy.
A new IoT Analytics report estimates that the $6.9 billion predictive maintenance market will reach $28.2 billion by 2026.
IoT Analytics, a leading provider of market insights and competitive intelligence for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0, extensively researched the predictive maintenance market and found that it is no longer a niche topic but has become a viable IoT application that is delivering overwhelmingly positive ROI.
In 2015, when IoT Analytics initiated research coverage on the topic of IoT-driven predictive maintenance, the market was almost non-existent. Knud Lasse Lueth, … Read the rest
Telit’s decade-long partnership with Hi-Mix provides Brazil users with extensive IPI tax savings and an even more compelling upgrade path from 2G and 3G to 4G LTE
Hi-Mix is initially manufacturing the Telit ML865G1-WW module in April 2021, with a roadmap that includes ME310G1-WW, ME910G1-WW and LE910S1 modules
Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced an expansion of its partnership with Hi-Mix Eletrônicos S/A, an Electronic Manufacturing Service (EMS) provider in Brazil, to include production of LTE modules.
The expansion directly benefits Telit customers in Latin America by enabling them to take advantage of two major tax credits for modules manufactured in Brazil.
The partnership expansion provides device OEMs and systems designers with a 100 percent exemption from Brazil’s Imposto sobre Produtos Industrializados (IPI) federal tax levied on imported products if they source Telit’s LTE modules from Hi-Mix. In addition, customers receive the Brazil Basic … Read the rest
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Microsoft Dynamics Web Based CRM Software System key features and functionality meet most all the industry requirements of a first-class Customer Relationship Management System. The combination of declining resources and increases in many offenses may be representing only the first wave of the bad news. Because desperate people do desperate things to stay afloat, there are thousands who are giving away pets because they can’t afford to feed them. Where once there was a dog to bark away an intruder, there is now nothing to deter a thief. People without an income certainly can’t spend upwards of $100 per month to install and run home security systems. Many have turned to the one time purchase of … Read the rest
Newly published paper recognises high levels of security assurance and global interoperability provided by standardised integrated SIM solutions.
The Trusted Connectivity Alliance (TCA) has published a new paper welcoming global standardisation efforts that have evolved integrated SIM functionality.
Within the document, TCA advocates global, open standards developed by recognised industry organisations including GSMA, which ensure that integrated SIM technologies for secure connectivity and services can provide interoperability and security levels that match their embedded and removable SIM counterparts.
The paper – which is titled Integrated SIM Functionality: Drivers, Approaches to Standardisation and Use Cases –defines an integrated SIM as a solution where SIM functionality is implemented on a hardware Tamper Resistant Element (TRE)* integrated within a host System-on-Chip. In addition to considering market forces driving the integration trend, the paper also summarises current industry standardisation efforts, details use cases and explores benefits of integration for device security.
French company Safecube, born from a joint venture between Michelin, Sigfox France and Argon & Co in 2019, is launching its new LocaTrack asset tracking solution with IoT technology.
Safecube continues its development in the supply chain ecosystem by providing visibility on transport flows and now assets by leveraging digital innovations such as IoT.
Its initial solution proposed real-time visibility on multimodal flows with an IoT approach. Michelin was the first to use Safecube’s IoT service.
Today, the company is diversifying by creating an asset tracking solution, LocaTrack. This solution will track and monitor assets, while the first Safecube solution provides visibility over supply chain flows.
What is LocaTrack?
Almost two years after the launch of its first flow tracking solution, Safecube expertise has expanded to include asset tracking.
The purpose is to offer a global view of the fleet using an intuitive interface for monitoring assets activity. … Read the rest
Interview with Nicolas Andrieu, SVP EMEA at Sigfox.
IoT Business News : What IoT solutions has Sigfox created/been part of creating which are already enabling farmers to improve their productivity and optimize their supply chain?
Nicolas Andrieu (Sigfox): At Sigfox, we have long recognized that IoT has great potential to dramatically transform agricultural productivity, leading to greater food security and improved income for farmers.
Our company provides a ultra-low-cost and ultra-low-power 0G network and IoT (Internet of Things) services focused on asset visibility and tracking. Together with our wide ecosystem of partners – who develop, sell and support Sigfox connected devices – we are helping some agricultural companies and farmers accelerate their digital transformation, develop new services and create value.
One example in Kenya is Twiga Food’s Takuwa farm. Twiga Foods has demonstrated the benefits of adopting IoT solutions for precision farming. For example, it has reduced pesticide consumption. The … Read the rest
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Thanks to the large number of CRM software programs on the market today, most people have heard of CRM software. Before being able to receive such advantages from the CRM system, the organization needs to assess its individual needs. No CRM solution exists, which functions like a miracle. Therefore, one cannot expect overnight results once the customer relationship management software is installed. Therefore, even before the company decides to implement a CRM system, it needs to understand its requirements first. It needs to assess if it wants a more efficient sales process, whether it wants the CRM solution to target an appropriate customer segment or whether the ideal objective is to enhance customer service levels. We would love … Read the rest