Topic: internet of things

Zededa emerges from stealth with real-time edge computing vision

Zededa has emerged from stealth after closing $3.06 million in seed-stage funding. Zededa is a startup focused on powering real-time applications at the edge. The company plans to use the funding for continued research and product development, as well as investing in community open-source projects for edge computing. It will also invest more in sales … continue reading

F5 Networks announces IoT, 5G and NFV capabilities

F5 Networks has announced a number of new solutions designed to improve the ability of service providers to incorporate new technologies. The new solutions include the global launch of BIG-IP i15000 Series hardware and the device-aware IoT firewall. F5 plans to showcase these technologies at this week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. “Service providers … continue reading

Industrial IoT Platforms: Interoperability is key to leveraging a US$16 billion opportunity

In ABI Research’s recently released Smart Manufacturing Platform Assessment report, the firm describes drivers and inhibitors that platform providers and manufacturers need to be aware of as they implement Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) platforms. These findings include: Platform providers need to deepen, broaden and enhance their platforms’ capabilities to integrate emerging transformative technologies like … continue reading

Linux Foundation announces new project for high-availability cloud services on edge computing systems

The Linux Foundation has announced a new open source project called Akraino. The goal of Akraino is to build a software stack that supports high-availability cloud services that are optimized for edge computing systems. The Akraino community plans to release the project source code in the second quarter of 2018. As part of the announcement, … continue reading

MIT researchers bring neural networks to mobile devices with new chip

MIT researchers are developing new chips to overcome modern technology problems. The researchers revealed a new chip designed to perform public-key encryption for the Internet of Things as well as a chip designed to reduce the power consumption of neural networks. Public-key encryption or cryptography enables computers to share information securely without needing a secret … continue reading

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