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Moab System from Enterprise IoT

Enterprise IoT is a newly founded IoT technology company based in Seattle, Washington. The CEO and founder of Enterprise IoT is Rob Tiffany (@RobTiffany), a widely recognized and respected IoT thought-leader and technologist. Rob was the IoT Global Technology Lead at Microsoft before transitioning to be the CTO and Global Product Manager for IoT at Hitachi. Now at Enterprise IoT, Rob is looking to build the next evolution of technology to help IoT live up […]

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Bosch Software Innovations partners with Huawei to support Chinese markets

Bosch’s software division, Bosch Software Innovations, has strengthened its I0T delivery capabilities in China through a relationship with China’s biggest networking technology company, Huawei. The partnership, announced today, will see the Bosch IoT Suite operated on the Huawei Cloud. As part of the agreement, Bosch and Huawei Cloud intend to develop an end-to-end offering whereby some of Huawei’s IoT gateways will come pre-configured with Bosch software and will be able to be managed through Bosch’s […]

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Canonical’s Ubuntu Core and Snaps: a Q&A article

Ubuntu Core is a fully managed containerization platform that combined with a marketplace enables an effective and easy method for deploying Snaps to either cloud or on-premises machines. Canonical’s Ubuntu Core and Snaps are important to enterprises as they provide an application-agnostic managed software platform, designed specifically for IoT and similar embedded use cases. In addition, Ubuntu Core and Snaps are important to the IoT ecosystem, because they leverage a well-known technology stack (Linux kernel […]

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Three key IoT announcements from Google Next 2018

Over 23,000 people descended on San Francisco’s Moscone Center to attend Google’s cloud event. There were many newsworthy announcements covering areas like collaboration, security, and the Internet of Things (IoT). The new products and services come not only from Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and its components like Cloud IoT Core, but also from Google’s collaboration and productivity offering (G Suite) and the Google Maps Platform. Here we discuss three key announcements and why they matter […]

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Nanotron chooses ClearBlade’s IoT edge capabilities

In January, 2018, we rated ClearBlade as an Application Enablement Platform (AEP) vendor to watch on account of its particularly strong IoT edge computing capabilities. Now the company’s capabilities have secured it a deal with Nanotron Technologies, a German location awareness systems developer. Austin, Texas-based ClearBlade’s AEP middleware will be integrated into Nanotron’s advanced tracking software, according to a recent announcement. Nanotron is looking for ClearBlade’s platform to carry out IoT device maintenance and security […]

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