IoT

cloudera

The Future Of The Telco Industry And Impact Of 5G & IoT - Part 1

Communication Service Providers (CSPs) are in the middle of a data-driven transformation. The current scale and pace of change in the Telecommunications sector is being driven by the rapid evolution of new technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT), 5G, advanced data analytics, and edge computing. This is opening up new revenue opportunities, use cases, and even the possibility for different types of business models within the sector, changing the way that CSPs operate.

cloudera

The Future Of The Telco Industry And Impact Of 5G & IoT - Part 3

In the final installment in the series, Vijay Raja, Director of Industry & Solutions Marketing at Cloudera shares his views on how the telecom sector is changing and where it goes next. Hi Vijay, thank you so much for joining us again. To continue where we left off, how are ML and IoT influencing the Telecom sector, and how is Cloudera supporting this industry evolution?

ilert

Monitoring IoT devices using heartbeats and MQTT gateways

When working with IoT (internet of things) devices one of the key issues is to keep track of the health of all installations. Most of the time, especially with smaller devices, the applications (firmwares) are flashed for a single time during setup and stay untouched at their location of action for a long while.

cloudera

The Future Of The Telco Industry And Impact Of 5G & IoT - Part II

In part 2 of the series focusing on the impact of evolving technology on the telecom industry, we sat down with Vijay Raja, Director of Industry & Solutions Marketing at Cloudera to get his views on how the sector is changing and where it goes next. Hi Vijay, thank you so much for joining us again. To continue where we left off, as industry players continue to shift toward a more 5G centric network, how is 5G impacting the industry from a data perspective?

alienvault

IoT security explained

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term used to describe a system of interconnected computing devices that use the internet to send and receive data without requiring human to computer or human to human coordination. The world of IoT encompasses a wide variety of technologies, vendors, and connectivity methods. While cameras, smart kitchen appliances and smart locks often come to mind, IoT devices are prevalent in all industries.

tripwire

IoT Devices in Different Industries and How to Secure Them

Today, data analytics, automation, connectivity, and remote monitoring have made great progress and have brought innovations in every sphere of modern civilization. The digitization in day-to-day human activities has been revolutionized by the Internet of Things (IoT). Based on Gartner’s Forecast database, we can expect that there will be approximately 14 billion devices connected to the internet by 2022. With more devices connected, it will change the way we do business and use resources.

cloudera

The Future Of The Telco Industry And Impact Of 5G & IoT - Part 1

Communication Service Providers (CSPs) are in the middle of a data-driven transformation. The current scale and pace of change in the Telecommunications sector is being driven by the rapid evolution of new technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT), 5G, advanced data analytics and edge computing. This is opening up new revenue opportunities, use cases and even the possibility for different types of business models within the sector, changing the way that CSPs operate.

tripwire

Tripwire Research: IoT Smart Lock Vulnerability Spotlights Bigger Issues

The mechanical lock is perhaps the most fundamental, tangible, and familiar layer of security in our daily lives. People lock their doors with the expectation that these locks will keep the bad people out, but there’s a common adage in the security industry that locks are only good at keeping honest people honest. This is perhaps truer than ever in the era of the IoT “smart lock” where lock picks and bump keys can often be replaced by scripts and sniffers.

canonical

Advantech releases EPC-C301 for machine vision applications with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Advantech, a leading global provider of intelligent IoT systems and embedded platforms, is pleased to announce EPC-C301, a compact fanless box PC powered by 8th Gen. Intel® Core™ processor. This system features diverse domain-focused I/O and can operate in broad temperature ranges. EPC-C301 integrates Intel® and Canonical technologies, provides Ubuntu and OpenVINO toolkits, and is aimed at accelerating the advancement of AIoT.

influxdata

Community Highlight: How InfluxDB Enables IoT Monitoring of Gas Station Tanks

I recently spoke with Alex Skrivseth, the Operations Manager at The Shed App, and discovered how he’s using InfluxDB to monitor the current levels of gas and diesel at various gas stations. Simply by extracting IoT sensor data, he has been able to provide valuable previously inaccessible data to fuel truck drivers.