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Friday Bytes: Windstream, Ericsson, ADVA, Mapletree

It's getting warmer out there.  Here's some international connectivity, connected cars, Ethernet, and an M&A to go into the weekend with: ... [visit site to read more]
Tags: Advertising, Mergers and Acquisitions, Ethernet, Iot, M2m, Internet Backbones, Undersea cables, Datacenter, Windstream Ericsson

Esper raises $30M Series B for its IoT DevOps platform

There may be billions of IoT devices in use today, but the tooling around building (and updating) the software for them still leaves a lot to be desired. Esper, which today announced that it has raised a $30 million Series B round, builds the tools to enable developers and engineers to deploy and manage fleets of Android-based edge devices. The round was led by Scale Venture Partners, with participation from Madrona Venture Group, Root Ventures, Ubiquity Ventures and Haystack. The company argues...
Tags: Android, Startups, TC, Cloud, Uber, Internet Of Things, Technology, Hardware, Enterprise, Developer, Cloud Computing, Tech, Smartphones, Healthcare, Retail, Iot

8 investors and founders highlight Valencia’s potential as a fintech and cybersecurity hub

While Madrid and Barcelona tend to attract the buzz when it comes to tech startups in Spain, Valencia is slowly and surely making a name for itself as a growing tech ecosystem. The country’s third-largest city, Valencia features great beaches, sunny weather all year, and affordable housing and healthcare. And with a population of only around a million people, it’s a little more manageable compared to its bigger cousins. The city also topped the InterNations Expat City Ranking 2020 as one of the ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Europe, Finance, Tech, Spain, Bloomberg, Barcelona, E-commerce, Artificial Intelligence, Venture Capital, Brazil, Iot, Madrid, Valencia, Patricia

Katrina Gosek of Oracle: Subscription Businesses Present Opportunities to Co-create and Build Stronger Ties with Customers

I’ve been pretty interested in how subscription business models seemed to have held up pretty well during the pandemic, even allowing more traditional businesses to stay connected with customers who couldn’t venture out to their bricks and mortar locations.  But now that we’re seeing the light at the end of tunnel and getting closer to life without masks and social distancing, I wanted to see if subscription models will be just as attractive in the post-pandemic economy we can’t wait to get to....
Tags: Interviews, Sales, Iot, Oracle, New England, Gosek, Katrina Gosek

GUUD Finance to support Just Biodiesel trade through trade finance, IOT and the cloud

In Singapore, GUUD (Finance) Pte. Ltd. has inked an agreement with Just Biodiesel Pty Ltd, a global supplier of biodiesel based in Australia and a member of Bioenergy Australia. The agreement marks GUUD’s first foray into the facilitation of trade finance for renewable energy, tapping on the company’s expertise in trade facilitation and logistics management for businesses and governments around the world. GUUD was first launched in September 2020 under the vCargo Cloud umbrella with the intentio...
Tags: Australia, Singapore, Iot, Fuels, GUUD Finance, Just Biodiesel, GUUD Finance Pte Ltd, Just Biodiesel Pty Ltd

IoT Startup Hologram Hires Mike Georgoff as Chief Product Officer

Experienced growth-stage executive joins Hologram to continue its rapid growthCHICAGO and AUSTIN, TEXAS — Hologram, a global cellular platform for IoT, announced it hired Mike Georgoff this month as its first Chief Product Officer as the organization continues its growth. Georgoff has more than 15 years of experience as a growth-stage executive focused on strategy, product and design. Georgoff’s scorecard with growth-stage startups speaks for itself — three companies he previously worked for had...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, News, Godaddy, Startup, United States, Iot, Hologram, Mike, Austin Texas, Austin Startups, Internet-of-things, Mike Georgoff, Chief-product-officer, Georgoff, Ben Forgan

OpenWrt-driven i.MX6ULL module and dev kit offers A/V and LoRaWAN options

M2M IOT’s “NetSOM” module, which runs OpenWrt on an i.MX6ULL, has an optional dev kit that will appear on Crowd Supply for $69 to $89 with optional camera, audio, and LoRaWAN. The NetSOM also powers a new GW-01-WI-FI LoRaWAN gateway. M2M IOT revealed details on an upcoming Crowd Supply campaign for an open-spec development kit […]
Tags: Linux, Iot

Lancemore Crossley St. Hotel Partners With Liveport to Meet Guest Expectations for High-Speed Wi-Fi

MELBOURNE, Australia — May 4, 2021 — Liveport, a leading provider of internet services and IoT-based technology, has today announced its successful deployment of a high-speed internet network at Lancemore Crossley St. Hotel in Melbourne, Australia. A trendsetting 114-guestroom property that combines both the glamour and grit of Melbournian culture, Lancemore Crossley St. can now also solidify its reputation as a modern and technologically advanced hotel by being able to cater to guest pri...
Tags: Travel, Iot, Melbourne Australia, Lancemore Crossley St Hotel

Euro Bytes: Tampnet, Bulk, Nokia, Telefonica, Orange Business, Ericsson

Five interesting infrastructure items from the European theater worth keeping up with: ... [visit site to read more]
Tags: Advertising, Iot, M2m, Telecom Equipment, Internet Backbones, Undersea cables, Managed Services, Nokia Telefonica Orange Business Ericsson

Metro Bytes: 123Net, Telia, Flexential, FirstLight

A few interesting items from around the US worth catching up on: ... [visit site to read more]
Tags: Advertising, US, Iot, M2m, Channel, Internet Backbones, Datacenter, Managed Services

IoT satellite network startup Hiber secures €26M in funding round led by EU’s innovation agency

European satellite and communications startup, Hiber BV has secured €26 million in EU and private investment to expand its IoT satellite network.  The funding comes from the European Innovation Council Fund (EIC Fund), the EU’s innovation agency, which has a €278 million Innovation Fund. The EIC co-invested with an innovation credit provided by the Dutch government and existing shareholders. Other investors include Finch Capital, Netherlands Enterprise Agency and Hartenlust Group. Hiber’s satell...
Tags: TC, Internet Of Things, Europe, Articles, Chief executive officer, Tech, Eu, European Union, Esa, Innovation, European Space Agency, Iot, Food Production, EIC, Cfo, Treatwell

Omonomono Newsletter, Mar. 25 Update

Sign up for these as newsletters here. Omonomono Newsletter, 2021-03-25— APバー (@AP__bar) March 18, 2021 This Past Week Thursday I saw this news going around about Japan’s Coca-Cola pass and I’m like, the US have them too, even if it’s different that it is a loyalty program and not a subscription. Of course, since Kotaku is unfamiliar with both Japanese vending machines and Coca-Cola vending passes, a number of mistakes has been made. WEP epis...
Tags: Japan, US, Newsletter, Sharp, Anime, Iot, Coca Cola, Kotaku, Bushi, Momoe, Kotori, Bushiroad, Hazuki, Shiny Colors, Kyouka, Priconne

Particle introduces a new free cellular IoT platform

My friend Zach Supalla is the founder of Particle, which makes easy-to-use, inexpensive Internet of Things hardware for enthusiasts and professionals. For years, one of the sticking points for IoT has been wireless connectivity. WiFi is good for indoor applications, but if you want to put sensors in remote locations, you need a SIM card, which means a data plan. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Makers, Wireless, Iot, Connectivity, Zach Supalla

Tien Tzuo of Zuora: The Second Decade of the Subscription Economy Should Aim to Democratize Access to Everything for Everyone

It was ten years ago last month that I first spoke with Tien Tzuo, founder and CEO of subscription management platform Zuora, about what he was calling the Subscription Economy.  Back then people really didn’t know what it was all about as most of us were still buying things outright to own them.  Five years later when I next spoke with Tien things had changed dramatically as most of us were subscribing to at least one of the things we used to buy outright, like music, movies, clothes and even ...
Tags: Amazon, Texas, Interviews, Australia, Sales, Michael Jordan, Espn, Iot, Salesforce, Fender, Zuora, Don, Playa, Tien, Paul Greenberg, Benioff

Rubik's Connected Cube tells you how to solve it

Rubik's Connected Cube [Amazon] is a Rubik's cube with the internet in it, so that it may connect to an app on your phone which provides tips, "lessons", and the solution. Gizmodo's Andrew Liszewski reviewed it. He's OK with it, but not the $60 price tag. — Read the rest
Tags: Gadgets, Post, Toys, News, Puzzles, Iot, Gizmodo, Andrew Liszewski

Banking Technology 2021: What’s Hot and What’s Not

Forrester analysts say AI and APIs are critical now, but some tech is years from implementation in banks and credit unions (if ever). The post Banking Technology 2021: What’s Hot and What’s Not appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Internet Of Things, Finance, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Ai, Api, Iot, Blockchain, Forrester, Chatbot, Digital Banking Strategies, Technology Strategies, Featured Content, Jost Hoppermann

Compact, Arm-based IoT gateway targets electric vehicles

Vecow’s compact, rugged “VIG-120” IoT gateway runs Linux on an i.MX6 UL and supplies 4x COM, 2x CAN, mini-PCIe with SIM, and 2x 10/100 LAN ports with optional M12 connectors. Most of the Vecow systems we have seen are beefy Intel Core based computers such as the 11th Gen Tiger Lake based SPC-7000. Yet, the […]
Tags: Linux, Iot, Intel Core, Vecow, 11th Gen Tiger Lake

The Open-Source Magma Project Will Become 5G's Linux

An anonymous reader quotes a report from ZDNet: Magma was developed by Facebook to help telecom operators deploy mobile networks quickly and easily. The project, which Facebook open-sourced in 2019, does this by providing a software-centric distributed mobile packet core and tools for automating network management. This containerized network function integrates with the existing back end of a mobile network and makes it easy to launch new services at the network edge. Magma operators can build a...
Tags: Facebook, Tech, Iot, Linux Foundation, The Linux Foundation, Magma, Arpit Joshipura, Open Core Network, OpenAirInterface OAI Software Alliance

Wireless charging tech developer Powermat pivots to industrial applications with Jetsons Robotics partnerhsip

When the two year-old Indian company Jetsons Robotics began searching for a partner to help design charging stations for their autonomous rooftop solar installation cleaning robots, the Israeli company Powermat was an obvious choice. While the company had made its name as the designer for wireless charging technologies for consumer electronics, over the past two years the company was shifting its focus to more industrial applications. So it made sense to work with the Indian company on new form ...
Tags: TC, Tech, Designer, Engineering, Wireless, Iot, Robotics, Robot, Sherman, Charging Station, Wireless Technology, Consumer Electronics, Sharma, Powermat, Electrical Engineering, Chief Technology Officer

3Drens helps fleet operators use their vehicles more efficiently

3Drens’ IoT mobility management platform not only lets fleet operators track where their vehicles are, but also produces data that helps them make business decisions. The company began operating in Taiwan, where it is based, before expanding into Southeast Asia. Currently presenting at CES’ Taiwan Tech Arena, 3Drens is focused on the increased demand for logistics during COVID-19. For example, its tech can potentially be used to enable smaller e-commerce retailers to rent unused capacity on deli...
Tags: Startups, TC, Asia, Southeast Asia, Tech, Ces, Taiwan, Mobility, Iot, CES 2021, 3Drens

Wrapping up the year with 5G possibilities: moving full speed ahead

This Industry Viewpoint was authored by Sean McDevitt, partner at Aurther D. Little As we reach the close of 2020, the make-or-break moment for telecom companies to realize the potential from IoT is becoming clearer. The promise of a new phase of digitalization driven by multiple converging enablers – robotics, AI, AR, and other digital interfaces – is here. ... [visit site to read more]
Tags: Advertising, Wireless, Iot, M2m, Industry Viewpoint, Sean McDevitt

Disinformation gets physical: The internet of things as an emerging terrain

From the Workshop on  “News and Information Disorder in the 2020 US Presidential Election.”  Laura DeNardis I can live, and live abundantly, as a digital human being who has never been on Facebook or Instagram. But I can’t live, work, or socialize without the underlying systems of technical architecture and governance that keep the internet operational and connect the cyber-physical w orld around me. The institutions that operate this infrastructure include cloud computing providers, in...
Tags: Facebook, China, Berlin, US, United States, Iot, Google Maps, Squarespace, Knight Foundation, Branding, American University, Guest Blogger, Cross, Yale Information Society Project, COVID, Laura DeNardis

RIP Android Things, the Smart Home Platform We All Forgot Existed

While Google is infamous for killing off its creations, there’s a good chance you’ve never even heard of Android Things—a platform Google launched in 2018 for the Internet of Things. And although Google said last year it was shifting Android Things away from the smart home, it’s now officially pulling the plug on the…Read more...
Tags: Google, Gadgets, Internet Of Things, Science, Iot, Smart Home, Consumer Tech, Android Things

Wednesday Bytes: Windstream, LightRiver, AT&T, KDDI, Everstream

Plenty of interesting items out there still as we drift toward Christmas. ... [visit site to read more]
Tags: Advertising, Software, Iot, SDN, M2m, Metro fiber, Fiber Networks, Windstream LightRiver AT amp, KDDI Everstream

Deal integrates Google’s Nest with Samsung’s smart home ecosystem

Google Nest devices, which include thermostats, cameras and doorbells, will be Works With SmartThings certified starting in January 2021.
Tags: Google, Internet Of Things, Technology, Samsung, Radio, Iot, Nest, Smart Home, Smartthings, Select, Google Nest, Ralf Elias, Wwst

Researchers Discover Dangerous Security Flaws in Code Used in Millions of Devices

Researchers at the cybersecurity firm Forescout published a new whitepaper on Tuesday detailing how 33 security flaws baked into a handful of widely used code libraries could have catastrophic consequences for millions of internet-connected devices, running the gamut from smart home and industrial tech, to devices in…Read more...
Tags: Security, Science, Connected Devices, Cybersecurity, Hackers, Iot, Forescout

Researchers Discover Nearly Three Dozen Vulnerabilities Impacting Fundamental Device Protocols

Researchers at the cybersecurity firm Forescout published a new whitepaper on Tuesday detailing how 33 security flaws baked into a handful of widely used code libraries could have catastrophic consequences for millions of internet-connected devices, running the gamut from smart home and industrial tech, to devices in…Read more...
Tags: Security, Science, Connected Devices, Cybersecurity, Hackers, Iot, Forescout

Amazon is launching new industrial AI tools to help companies monitor productivity and worker safety

An Amazon logistics center in Lauwin-Planque, France. Pascal Rossignol/Reuters Amazon AWS is launching a series of industrial monitoring tools that use AI to help companies identify potential equipment failures, productivity bottlenecks, and worker safety violations. The new tools, previously reported by Business Insider, signal Amazon's growing ambitions in the industrial cloud space. One of the tools uses artificial intelligence to analyze video footage and look for "anomalies" in indust...
Tags: Amazon, Transportation, Enterprise, US, Trends, Artificial Intelligence, Retail, Machine Learning, Aws, Ai, Iot, Computer Vision, Eugene Kim, Working Conditions, Amazon AWS, Tech Insider

US Senate passes bill setting cybersecurity standards for IoT devices

A bipartisan bill that sets specific cybersecurity standards for Internet of Things (IoT) devices used by all American government agencies has been passed in the US Senate. Called the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act 2020, it makes it mandatory for the director of National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to evolve standards for government acquisition and use of such devices, and create a policy around disclosing security vulnerabilities in them. This Act would come into force lates...
Tags: Travel, Internet Of Things, Usa, News, Singapore, US, CIO, Cybersecurity, Information Technology, US Senate, Homeland Security, Bill, Iot, Senate Committee on Homeland Security, NIST, OMB

4 ways technology powers the Disneyland ‘metaverse’

A day at Disneyland in the very near future will be filled with a slew of behind-the-scenes technology that will help place your lunch order, arrange a meeting with your favorite character and change your ride itinerary as part of the Disney theme park “metaverse.” What is the Disney theme park metaverse? “It all starts with having a connected park,” Disney chief technology officer Tilak Mandadi said. “A park where guests can truly interact with their physical surroundings using connected device...
Tags: Florida, California, Disney, America, Sport, Soccer, Iot, Resistance, Disneyland, Lucasfilm, Orange County, Caribbean, Southern California, Disney World, Anaheim, Knott