IoT Design

Friday 10/9

The inception of the IoT technology, smart city initiatives have become a reality in many parts of the world. To begin with, IoT is not dependent on geographical locations or complexity ratios like population and per unit area of a city. In fact, with increased migration towards developed landscapes, there is an ever-increasing need for cities to effectively accommodate the surging population.
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Rockwell Automation and Microsoft announced a five-year partnership expansion to develop integrated, market-ready solutions to help improve digital agility through cloud technology.
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Veea announced it has joined Microsoft Azure Certified for Internet of Things (IoT), assuring hardware and software has been pre-tested and verified to work with Microsoft Azure IoT services.
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Qoitech and Thales have just released the result of their latest cooperation, the 5G NB-IoT Low-Power Cellular Developer Starter Kit for cellular LPWAN technologies.
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DDoS is progressing in lockstep with global technological advancements. The rapid rise of the IoT, combined with notoriously poor security of connected smart devices, paved the way for the emergence of IoT botnets that fueled some of the most powerful incursions in history, with rogue traffic rates exceeding 1Tbps. Even worse, the 2020 reflection-based DDoS attack fired at Amazon Web Services (AWS) reportedly reached 2.3Tbps.

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