Could COVID-19 improve supply chain resilience?
The COVID-19 outbreak has brought the global economy to a standstill with repercussions likely to be felt for decades to come. In particular, this pandemic has exposed the delicate foundations upon which much of global business runs. Pre-existing, and now glaringly obvious, vulnerabilities in global supply chains have left entire economies paralysed. By Bram de Zwart, Co-Founder &a...
How APIs can help businesses transform during COVID-19
The biggest damage the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has created outside the human cost is the paralysis of economies worldwide. Many countries have been forced into lockdown mode, almost completely restricting people’s mobility. By Dunith Dhanushka, Lead Solutions Engineer, WSO2.
4G LTE-M and NB-IoT devices show no signs of going obsolete
Existing 4G LTE devices will continue to connect seamlessly to 4G LTE radio access networks, even as they evolve to enable the first generation of 5G networks.
AIoT has a nice ring to it
The Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) is a relatively new term for the evolution of a domain Wind River has been playing in for a very long time. If we think of many of the first applications of Artificial Intelligence in connected devices, it is adding autonomy to previously human controlled systems. Guest blog written by Matt Jones.
E-paper: what’s it all about?
Isn't paper a wonderful invention? Really, when you think about it, before paper we had to write our thoughts, dreams and shopping lists on cave walls, then flat stones and eventually slate. In truth, slate has a lot going for it even today; it is almost infinitely reusable, offers excellent contrast and is exceptionally durable. By Scott Soong, CEO, Pervasive Displays
The right connectivity for stand-alone IP cameras
Footprint, cost, and coverage are key criteria in selecting a cellular modem for mobile and nomadic video surveillance applications, from body worn cameras to conservation research. 4G LTE Cat 1 ticks all the boxes.
Digital Twins are hard... maybe that’s good!
Why hasn’t the practice of using a Digital Twin been more widely adopted? Simple; because it can be complicated to implement and costly to maintain. But, just because it’s hard doesn’t mean it isn’t worth doing. Guest blog written by Jeff Gowan.
Pushing platform innovation with data protection and insight
There’s a lot to be said about maintaining the status quo. It’s safe, proven and limits risk. Unfortunately, for most things that matter - this approach just doesn’t cut it. Especially for our enterprise customers. To drive platform innovation, solve new problems, and achieve business success - now is the time to re-evaluate how things are done. By: Simon Jelly, Backup Exec General Manager and Vice President and Doug Matth...
Supply chain resilience in the wake of COVID-19
The world is in the midst of the largest remote working experiment it has ever seen, reinforcing the value of reliable data and supply chain resilience. More than ever before, we need to know where our data comes from and whether or not it can be trusted. By Nish Kotecha, Chairman and Co-founder of Finboot and Yasmine Benjelloun, Content Creator at Finboot
How fibre is meeting the connectivity demands of students
On average a student will spend three to four years of their life at University. For the majority of students studying away from home, this means finding suitable residential or shared living accommodation. However, as technology advances and the number of electrical devices we own increases, connectivity demands and the speed at which it performs is becoming a crucial decider when choosing where to live. By Richard Jeffares, CTO of Glide G...