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More name change misery and mixed up dates

More name change misery and mixed up dates
Steve Rogerson looks at some of the news that may have missed the front page. There are lots of reasons for companies to change their names, most of them irrelevant and erroneous, as I have pointed out many times before. It is much better in almost every case to keep the original name - a name that your customers know and has respect in the industry. OK, if the name has become tarnished for some reason, then maybe fair enough.
14th August 2019

How to address the challenge of long lead times

How to address the challenge of long lead times
For original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), securing appropriate levels of inventory for long lead time components and sub-assemblies is a costly, time-consuming and perennial challenge. Increasingly OEMs are outsourcing, but choosing the right supply partner can make all the difference to companies looking to boost their competitiveness in a rapidly changing market. Paul van der Tang, Purchasing Director of Offshore Electronics explains.
14th August 2019

Energy harvesting for 'net-zero-power' IoT devices

Energy harvesting for 'net-zero-power' IoT devices
NB‑IoT and other low power wide area technologies have made ten year battery lives a reality in applications with minimal data transmission. Others need some extra power, which is precisely where energy harvesting fits in. Imagine an IoT device that performs year in, year out, powered by a steady drip of power scavenged from its immediate surroundings.
12th August 2019


Commercial embedded Linux benefits: managing compliance

Commercial embedded Linux benefits: managing compliance
This is part three of a series on the main benefits of utilising a commercially-supported embedded Linux solution. Part one explained how you can get to market faster and part two outlined the long-term savings associated with commercial embedded Linux. Commercial embedded Linux is the solution of choice for many software developers working on embedded products. Guest blog written by Pavan Singh, Wind River.
7th August 2019

Commercial embedded Linux benefits: long term savings

Commercial embedded Linux benefits: long term savings
Commercially-supported embedded Linux is the best choice for embedded systems. It provides organisations with the support they need to create customised solutions at a fraction of the cost of developing them on your own. This is the second part, in a series about the main benefits of utilising a commercially-supported embedded Linux solution. Part 1 explains how commercial embedded Linux helps you get to market faster and part 3 will review how you can simplify compliance. Guest blog written by Pavan Singh, Wind River.
31st July 2019

Urgent/11 further boosts VxWorks security

Urgent/11 further boosts VxWorks security
At Wind River, security is embedded in its DNA. It is part of the rich heritage of nearly 40 years in mission-critical systems. It is built into all the technologies it provides to help customers develop trusted and reliable solutions. Wind River take security extremely seriously, which is why the recent vulnerabilities discovered within the TCP/IP (IPnet) networking stack, dubbed “Urgent/11,” has resulted in the most secure VxWorks to date. Guest blog written by Arlen Baker, Wind River Chief Security Architect.
31st July 2019

What does 3GPP Release 14 means for NB-IoT and LTE-M?

What does 3GPP Release 14 means for NB-IoT and LTE-M?
It’s been about two years since 3GPP, the Standards Developing Organization that defines mobile communication standards, froze its 14th release. The release includes a number of improvements to NB‑IoT and LTE‑M, two cellular technologies that enable the cellular Internet of Things. Now that many of the features are supported by mobile network operators, cellular module manufacturers are announcing the first generation of Release 14 compliant low power wide area cellular modems.
29th July 2019

Commercial embedded Linux benefits: get to market faster

Commercial embedded Linux benefits: get to market faster
This is part one of a series on the benefits of utilising a commercially-supported embedded Linux solution. Part two outlines the long-term savings associated with commercial embedded Linux and part three reviews how you can simplify compliance management. Linux is the most popular choice for embedded solutions and is often considered the default environment for software developers.  Guest blog written by Pavan Singh, Wind River.
29th July 2019

Overcoming the dangers of Virtual Private Networks

Overcoming the dangers of Virtual Private Networks
Most consumers regard Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) as a credible means of securing their data transmissions and overall privacy. Few realise VPNs were initially designed to provide these benefits for on-premise settings, offering only limited efficacy on the assortment of mobile, hybrid cloud, and multi-cloud technologies commonly used today. By Don Boxley, CEO and Co-Founder of DH2i.
24th July 2019

Easier installation, operations and maintenance at the Edge

Easier installation, operations and maintenance at the Edge
The network edge may look like the land of opportunity for telcos seeking fertile ground to grow new revenue-generating services. For their network operations managers, however, ensuring the delivery of reliable services across disparate edge architectures and geographically dispersed sites of varying sizes could well look like a nightmare scenario. Indeed, operational complexity is one of the biggest challenges of edge cloud deployments. Guest blog written by Jeff Gowan, Wind River.
23rd July 2019


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