Topic: iot

SD Times news digest: Azure Security Center for IoT, Armory announces funding for Spinnaker, and CodeStream approved for Slack

Microsoft announced the general availability for the Azure Security Center for IoT to protect the growing number of IoT deployments. According to IDC, IoT deployments will continue to grow at double digit rates until IoT surpasses $1 trillion in 2022. Azure Security Center provides threat intelligence, creates a list of potential threats and ranks them … continue reading

Microsoft Build: Twilio partners with Microsoft Azure IoT, HERE launches serverless functions for Azure, Azure gets new developer tools and cloud experiences

The Microsoft Build conference is taking place this week in Seattle. Microsoft is using the event to make a lot of announcements regarding its own solutions and a few other companies are also using the event to discuss new solutions and integrations with Azure. Twilio partners with Microsoft Azure IoT Cloud communications platform, Twilio, announced … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Docker and Arm partner up, Clubhouse integrates Sentry, MongoDB is set to acquire Realm, Acceptto announces integration with multiple cloud platforms

Docker, which specializes in container platforms, and Arm, designers of computing architectures for processors, partnered up to create a cloud-native unified software development and delivery model for cloud, edge, and IoT environments. The collaboration will enable cloud developers to build applications on the Arm architecture and will “remove the dependencies of applications from infrastructure, while … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android Studio 3.4 now available, Microsoft acquires Express Logic, Silicon Labs releases Series 2

The Android Studio team released Android Studio 3.4 as a response to users’ problems with core features in the IDE, according to a company post. One of the improvements is a revamped user interface called Project Structure Dialog (PSD) that allows users to manage Gradle project files, a feature that has been a “long-standing request … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Mozilla launches Mozilla WebThings, Microsoft open-sources Data Accelerator, Clear Software and Automation Anywhere team up

Mozilla released Mozilla WebThings, an open platform for monitoring and controlling devices over the web with two core components: WebThings Gateway and WebThings Framework. WebThings Gateway provides software distribution for smart home gateways that can track logs, alarms and more. Version 0.8 is now available, enabling developers to switch their gateway network settings through the … continue reading

Eclipse Foundation reveals significant strides with IoT

The Eclipse Foundation is working to accelerate the commercial adoption and development of the Internet of Things. Through the Eclipse IoT initiative and Eclipse IoT Working Group, the foundation has been working with industry leaders to provide open-source, modular IoT architecture components. Since the working group was launched in IoT, the foundation has revealed it … continue reading

MWC: Microsoft’s HoloLens 2, Qualcomm’s robotics platform and McAfee’s IoT vulnerabilities

MWC Barcelona, formerly known as Mobile World Congress, is in full swing this week with new innovations and announcements for the mobile space. Microsoft used the event to showcase its latest mixed reality device. The Microsoft HoloLens 2 has been improved for immersion, comfort and time-to-value. “We are entering a new era of computing, one … continue reading

How hardware design needs to change to match up with AI needs

As artificial intelligence continues to evolve and grow, so must the hardware we use to power AI. During his keynote address at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference this week, Facebook vice president and chief AI scientist Yann LeCun discussed the next step for reaching AI’s potential: shifting away from GPUs and moving more towards dedicated chips.  … continue reading

IoT is the next digital transformation

As people become more inclined to let technology into their lives and homes, the market for Internet of Things (IoT) devices flourishes. In fact, according to research from Bain, the IoT market is expected to grow to $520 billion by 2021, which will be more than double what it was in 2017. Jonathan Sullivan, CTO … continue reading

Cisco launches new IoT developer center

Cisco is giving developers a new developer hub in the hopes of unleashing new IoT innovations. The company announced new IoT developer tools and networking platforms at its Cisco Live Barcelona event this week. The new tools will be offered as part of its developer program DevNet and will focus on bringing applications to the … continue reading

IEEE: Deep learning will become widely adopted in 2019

The IEEE Computer Society (IEEE-CS) has released its top 10 technology trends for the upcoming year. The trends are based on what the technology experts believe will be the most widely adopted and meant to forecast the future for organizations. “The Computer Society’s predictions, based on an in-depth analysis by a team of leading technology … continue reading

The OCF’s mission to standardize the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly growing with smart devices like cars, refrigerators, televisions and wearables already integrated into our everyday lives. But as people start relying on IoT more and more, the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) is on a mission to provide interoperability for consumers, businesses and developers. “The true potential for IoT … continue reading

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