This week Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched several new Internet of Things (IoT) services for developers, as well as those using AWS for industrial IOT (IIoT).
One problem with adoption may be lack of practical and revenue generating use cases for IoT.
Microsoft recently highlighted a few partners that have joined its smart building and smart cities efforts using Microsoft Azure IoT services.
Digi-Key Electronics has announced a new design tool called DK IoT Studio, a low-code integrated development environment (IDE) just for IoT projects.
FogHorn this week announced a new collaboration with Dell EMC designed to offer industrial and commercial customers "end to end" solutions for industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) deployments.
The company says Arm Neoverse solutions will provide the "performance, security and scalability" required for the microarchitecture of the future.
According to researchers, "multiple vulnerabilities" in the FreeRTOS TCP/IP stack can "allow an attacker to crash the device...and remotely execute code on it, thus completely compromising it."
DigiCert Inc., Isara Corp. and Gemalto have announced they are forming a partnership to create "advanced, quantum-safe" security solutions for IoT devices.
BlackBerry has officially announced a new secure, connected platform within its BlackBerry Spark Enterprise of Things (EoT) offering.
Alibaba and Intel Corp. this week have announced a new initiative to bring an artificial intelligence-based "open" platform for edge computing designed for Internet of Things (IoT) projects.