Kathiravan Kandasamy, Syniverse: Private networks and connectivity

“The networking infrastructure company for networking infrastructure companies.”

This is how senior product management director at Syniverse Kathiravan Kandasamy described the company in an interview with IoT News.

Syniverse is a global telecommunications company that provides networking and business services for a host of multinational enterprises.

In recent years, the company has expanded its offering into the IoT space, providing a variety of...

William Bain, CEO, ScaleOut Software: Real-time tracking with digital twins

William Bain, CEO, ScaleOut Software

ScaleOut Software CEO William Bain discusses the challenges facing the telemetry industry, the advantages of the digital twin model, and some of the technological advances driving innovation in the IoT sphere.

What solutions is ScaleOut Software bringing to the IoT space?

ScaleOut Software’s cloud-hosted streaming service for IoT offers a breakthrough new approach to tracking telemetry in real time for large numbers of IoT devices. By incorporating fast, in-memory...

Prof. Dror Fixler, CEO, FirstPoint MG: Cellular cybersecurity in a post-pandemic world

Prof. Dror Fixler

IoT News got in touch with FirstPoint Mobile Guard CEO Professor Dror Fixler and CMO Noa Ouziel to learn more about the cellular cybersecurity provider’s industry insights.

The company offers a holistic cellular security solution for mobile and IoT devices that provides transparent protection from espionage, surveillance, and data hacking.

“FirstPoint combines the IoT security with cellular connectivity, meaning networks are easily manageable whilst maintaining...

Jimmy Jones, head of security, ZARIOT: The importance of collaboration in IoT

Jimmy Jones, ZARIOT

IoT News joined ZARIOT head of security Jimmy Jones to reflect on the security-focused connectivity provider’s recent growth, the importance of AI to IoT, and the need for continued industry collaboration.

What unique solutions is ZARIOT bringing to the IoT security space?

“ZARIOT is a cellular IoT connectivity provider, but one firmly focused on security. We strongly believe that successful IoT deployments must be built on secure foundations and that can only happen...

Laurent V. de Mello, COO, Astrocast: On deploying satellite IoT networks

IoT News spoke with Astrocast COO Laurent Vieira de Mello to discuss the satellite company’s latest ventures and its future roadmap ahead of its appearance at IoT TechEx Global from 6-7 September.

Since 2018, Vieira de Mello has overseen operations at Astrocast as it continues to deploy its direct-to-satellite IoT network into orbit. As of now, the network consists of 10 commercial satellites with 90 more planned for deployment by the end of 2024.

Vieira de Mello...

IoT AI services to reach £2.6 billion in revenue by 2026

AI and Machine Learning

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) services within the IoT sphere are expected to grow by 40% annually, reaching $3.6 billion (£2.6bn) in revenue by 2026.

The latest from global tech advisory firm ABI Research's new report, the findings indicate that the value in the technology stack is shifting beyond hardware and middleware to analytics and value-added services.

In fact, whilst COVID-19 negatively impacted lots of industries, it seems to have...

IoT rating system and expiry dates proposed by Australian government

Canberra, Australia

Increased regulation of IoT devices is amidst the suggestions of a new discussion paper from the Australian government.

The paper, which discusses methods to strengthen cybersecurity regulations, explores a variety of potential venues to either encourage or enforce businesses to invest more into preventing such threats.

"We believe that one reason that many smart devices are vulnerable is because competition in the market is primarily based on new features and cost," the...

IoT technology will save eight times the energy it consumes by 2030, new report shows

A new report from Transforma Insights and 6GWorld has shown that IoT operations in 2030 will save more than eight times the energy they consume, amounting to net savings of 230 billion cubic meters of water and eliminating one gigaton of CO2 emissions. 

The report (pdf, email required) sponsored by InterDigital, looked at the incremental impact of new technologies by examining the resource impact of enterprise and commercial technologies on electricity, fuel usage, eWaste,...