While IoT malware made its top-three debut in July, cryptomining malware remained the top two offenders, according to the monthly report.
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Armis surveyed security professionals at Black Hat and found 93 percent expect nation-states will target or exploit connected devices in the next year. So it really feels like an understatement to say IoT security was a hot topic at the event.
The security company that spun out of Alphabet’s secretive X research lab in January still hasn’t set a release date for its analytics platform.
The new service processing card can provide up to an 11-fold performance boost to Juniper’s SRX5000 line of firewalls compared to the earlier version, the company claims.
The satellite firm’s plans are in two phases. Phase one will be a NB-IoT network. Phase 2 will be a standalone 5G network.
In the first half of 2018, Spirent boasted a number of 5G development wins and partnerships, including one with China Mobile.
The company says the Pelion IoT Platform “definitely complements our chip design business.”
GE Digital and its Predix IoT platform were once considered key to the future of the company and expected to generate $15 billion in software sales by 2020.
Its push into IoT is undoubtedly initiated by ARM’s parent company SoftBank, which is investing billions in technologies including IoT through its SoftBank Vision Fund.
Software AG recently released a digital twin framework based on its management and monitoring platform. But according to Gartner VP Marc Halpern while digital twin technology is at peak hype, it still has a while to go.
The xRAN Forum is in the process of becoming part of the O-RAN Alliance. The merger was announced last February but is taking a long time to be formalized.
Tazari looks to build on Packet's bare metal cloud model, launching a working edge platform by 2019, and improving on its hardware and software offerings.
The beauty of EdgeX open source software is that companies can “mix-and-match” components.
Adding Feger is the latest in a number of hires by F5 as it shifts its business model to prepare for 5G, IoT, and the cloud.
The company’s platform uses blockchain to connect industrial IoT devices and synchronize and store credentials, certificates, policies, and data between edge and data center locations.