Synopsys, Inc. announced acquired Kilopass Technology, Inc., provider of antifuse OTP NVM IP used in automotive, mobile, industrial, and IoT applications.
IoT Smart City Event is collated with IoT Evolution Expo 2018. Smart City event organizes tracks which allows people to discover the potential of Smart Cities and how connected solutions will drive city wide improvements, better quality of life for residents and business opportunity for enterprises.
IoT Security 4.0 Conference is collated with IoT Evolution Expo 2018. This conference covers discussions and talks related to IoT security.
There are 3 panel discussions are scheduled at IoT Evolution Expo 2018. IoT industry experts will be sharing their candid views related to technology, business and women in IoT.
Fog computing is the next big thing in the huge world of the IoT. There are 4 fog computing workshops are scheduled at IoT Evolution Expo 2018.
There are 8 keynotes are scheduled at IoT Evolution Expo 2018. Keynotes will be delivered by leading companies in technology domains like Intel, McAfee, Arm, GE Digital, IBM, Cisco and Cradlepoint.
Stateless, a network functions startup, closed a $1.4 million seed round led by European VC SpeedInvest with additional contributions from EVO Venture Partners, Techstars, and more. The funding round will support the growth of its network-as-a-service platform.
No wonder there’s so much buzz about the network edge. According to a new survey by research firm MachNation, Internet of Things (IoT) edge revenue will increase 81 percent next year. North America (with 31 percent of revenue) and Europe (with 35 percent) will see the biggest jumps. The company expects the majority of the increase in the IoT edge to come from industrial IoT, automotive, transportation, and smart cities.
Carrier network functions virtualization (NFV) is positioned to grow dramatically in the next four years. According to the new IHS Markit NFV biannual tracker, carrier NFV spending will top $37 billion in 2021 and have a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 30 percent between 2016 and 2021.
VMware wants its data center customers to know it takes security seriously. Today, it’s announcing a new security product, co-developed with Carbon Black.