Advantech’s (TSE:2395) IoT gateway starter kit will jumpstart your innovation with a reliable platform and open gateway technologies. The whole package includes a ready-to-run system (Intel® Celeron® J1900 platform & Windows 7 Embedded), IoT software platform service (WISE-PaaS), software development kit and technical support service. This gateway is also verified to work with the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. With it, you can take your IoT innovation to market faster and create new business value.
Advantech has unveiled an open gateway and platform aimed at the development of new IoT applications.The IoT Gateway Starter Kit has been launched in collaboration with Intel, which will be providing a ready-to-run system Celeron J1900 SoC platform, and Microsoft’s Windows 7 Embedded OS.The starter kit includes the IoT software platform service WISE-PaaS, a software development kit and technical support service.The IoT Gateway Starter Kit hardware has also been verified to work with the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. The kit intends to allow developers to get their IoT products to market faster.
The global Internet of Things (IoT) market is forecast to grow from $7 billion in 2014 to $45 billion by 2019, according to a recent report by Technavio, making it abundantly clear that homeowners nationwide are investing in devices that help improve security, comfort, and peace of mind in their homes.HVAC contractors have taken notice and stand ready to fulfill these demands, which often begin with the gateway into their customers’ homes: the smart thermostat.
Dojo-Labs announced a Linux-based “Dojo” home security gateway that notifies users of security threats via a mobile app and a glowing orb.An Israeli startup called Dojo-Labs has launched $99 presales on its Dojo security device, with shipments due March 8. After the first year, yearly subscriptions cost an additional $99 per year. CEO Yossi Atias has confirmed to LinuxGizmos that the device runs on a Linux operating system based on a Broadcom distribution.
Silicon Labs (NASDAQ: SLAB), a leading provider of silicon and software solutions for a smarter, more connected world, today introduced a series of comprehensive reference designs that reduce time to market and simplify the development of ZigBee®-based home automation, connected lighting and smart gateway products. The first in a series of turnkey IoT solutions from Silicon Labs, the new reference designs include the hardware, firmware and software tools that developers need to create interoperable, scalable, feature-rich connected home products based on Silicon Labs’ robust, industry-leading ZigBee “Golden Unit” Home Automation (HA 1.2) software stack and ZigBee system-on-chip (SoC) mesh networking technology.
Silicon Labs has released a new series of reference designs that can help reduce time to market and simplify the development of ZigBee-based home automation, connected lighting and smart gateway products. The cost effective reference designs are the first in a series of IoT solutions from Silicon Labs that include the hardware, firmware and software tools that developers need to create interoperable and scalable connected home products based on Silicon Labs’ ZigBee “Golden Unit” Home Automation (HA 1.2) s
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F-Secure is looking to go that extra mile in consumer security with the launch of an anti-hacker appliance for the Internet of Things.The device, dubbed SENSE, works as a secure gateway, policing traffic to devices that might be insecure and generating alerts. For example, it will warn consumers if their router is running with default settings, and therefore with a more easily hackable password.Credential-spewing iKettles, insecure hubs and potentially snoopy smart TVs are characteristic of the generally lamentable state of IoT security.
One-time chief executive of Internet NZ, Mega and The Internet Party in New Zealand, Vikram Kumar is now planning a nationwide network to support the Internet of Things (IoT). Kumar said his company, KotahiNet, has completed one network gateway trial and is now conducting another with an alternative provider.”This week we complete the testing and then we will know which gateway we want to rollout across Wellington,” Kumar said.Kumar told ZDNet partnerships and external investment will drive a national rollout after the Wellington launch.
Dell is one of many technology companies banking on the Internet of things as a generator of zettabytes of data that will help it sell more stuff—in Dell’s case, servers and storage hardware for corporate data centers. Like many of its largest peers (Intel, GE), Dell sees projections around the Internet of things—50 billion connected devices by 2020, or the potential for trillions of dollars in economic value—and wants a piece of the pie.On Wednesday at Dell World, the company’s annual customer conference, CEO Michael Dell paid lip service to the opportunity without articulating a clear strategy. Dell will sell hardware tailored to the Internet of things, its chief executive said. Beyond that, who knows.
Webroot has launched a set of tools designed to protect IoT devices from online threats.The Internet of Things (IoT) and networked devices include smart thermostats, self-driving cars, home security system and home lighting, among others. Many of the IoT devices available on the market can be controlled through mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets which has pushed electronics makers to new heights and allowed for more innovative products — but the moment you connect a device to the Web, you forge a gateway for potential cyberattacks to occur.