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Collaboration Between STMicroelectronics and AWS Expands Secure IoT connections to the AWS Cloud - NewsMay 12, 2022
STMicroelectronics released a new AWS FreeRTOS-qualified, TF-M-based reference implementation, working in conjunction with Amazon Web Services (AWS), an ST Authorized partner, to easily and securely connect Internet of Things (IoT) devices to the AWS cloud.
HERE Collaborates with AWS on Supply Chain Solutions to Improve End-to-End Visibility and Fleet Efficiency - NewsMay 10, 2022
HERE Technologies, provider of a location data and technology platform, announced it has entered a five-year strategic collaboration agreement with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help organizations improve their supply chain visibility, transportation and logistics (T&L), fleet routing, and estimated times of arrival (ETAs) from the first-to-last mile of delivery.
2022 might just be the year of EVs. And, of all things, cloud connectivity could be to thank.
How AWS, Rockwell Automation, and Siemens are Transforming Smart Manufacturing … and How You Can Too - BlogFebruary 01, 2022
Despite, or maybe because of, the pandemic, Verified Market Research projects that the global Smart Manufacturing Market will grow at a 12.4% CAGR through 2028 to USD 589.98 billion.
Global IoT carrier 1NCE and Amazon Web Services (AWS) collaborated to release the expansion of 1NCE's IoT platform on a global scale. This brings 1NCE cloud native IoT offering closer to its customers.
Amazon Web Services recently announced its IoT TwinMaker that optimizes the development of digital twins, making the complex process much faster and easier. AWS IoT allows developers to construct and use digital twins of real-world systems to monitor and optimize operations more quickly and easily.
Customers would like to build their own private 5G networks to take advantage of the reliability, better coverage, lower latency, and higher bandwidth they provide and to be able to scale their networks as they add more devices. But today, most private mobile network deployments require customers to invest considerable time, money, and effort to design their network for anticipated peak capacity and to procure and integrate software and hardware components from multiple vendors.