The cloud touches all parts of Cisco’s business making this an important investment area for the company.
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The platform relies on Canonical's Ubuntu Core OS and Snaps application packaging system.
SpaceTime’s CEO Rob Schilling, a former general manager at SAP, will join Nokia’s IoT unit.
The latest funding round pushes the company's total haul to nearly a quarter-billion dollars since its founding in 2013.
Michael Dell told Dell Technologies World attendees to use software, data, AI, and IoT to remain relevant.
The service providers interviewed believe that cellular IoT technologies, such as Cat-M1 and NB-IoT, will be “game changers.”
The investment firm was part of the funding behind VeloCloud, Perspica, and Appcito.
The operator said it is on track to launch 5G in a handful of markets later this year but is still cagey about the details. Launch cities remain a mystery.
Qualcomm has been caught in the crossfire between the U.S. and China, and it's impacting the company's ability to close on its NXP purchase.
The chip company’s IoT strategy includes pushing processing to the edge, instead of the cloud.
Cisco expects the ratio of IT people to devices to increase from 1 to 1,000 to 1 to 100,000 in just a couple of years.
The Azure Sphere technology includes a thumbnail-sized micro-controller unit, a Linux-based operating system, and a cloud-based security service.
The company is building a software platform that can be deployed on virtually any edge device in support of IoT. This involves a lightweight software stack that can adapt to different deployment models.
The startup raised $6 million in its Series A round, bringing its total funding to $7.8 million. Axonize’s IoT orchestration platform is based on Microsoft Azure and is built for IoT service providers.
The IoT software firm’s executive team, including its CTO and its chief product officer, are former Oracle executives.