Posts posted in September 2015
Californian Startup Promises Hack Free Connected Homes
Julien Happich 9/29/2015 Post a comment
Having designed a hardware-based firewall that sits right between your home WiFi hotspot and the cloud, Californian CUJO LLC. is turning IoT security on its head. Built around a Cavium dual core 1GHz processor with 1GB of DDR SRAM and 4GB of flash, the bowl-shaped device performs deep packet inspections on the transiting traffic and applies a proprietary and adaptive machine-learning algorithm to identify and notify the end-user about abnormal data behavior or stop a hack right in its track.
Taking E-Commerce to the Next Level
Hailey Lynne McKeefry 9/29/2015 (1) comment
It's time for business-to-business sellers to pay attention to what's been going on in the business to consumer space. Buyers are starting to demand more than ever before.
Flextech Guru Helps U.S. Stretch
Rick Merritt 9/22/2015 (1) comment
The head of a new initiative to give the U.S. a lead in flexible hybrid electronics talks about the technology, markets and politics of the $165 million effort.
Manufacturing Survey Offers Hopeful Outlook
Hailey Lynne McKeefry 9/21/2015 (1) comment
A new benchmark survey found that the small and mid-market manufacturers are optimistic about the future, but still are concerned about controlling costs and finding skilled workers in order to ensure the bright outlook.
Design Options for Next Billion IoT Devices
Junko Yoshida 9/21/2015 (2) comments
Among a surfeit of theories, predictions and technology horse-race stories on IoT, it’s time to hear from an executive who has actually done the due diligence, made design choices and developed his own new IoT chipset.
NASA Robots Proliferate
R. Colin Johnson 9/18/2015 Post a comment
NASA is perhaps the world's most prolific maker of robots for all kinds of purposes, from its Mar's Rovers for gathering information to astroid bots capable of handling nuclear payloads to obliterate the ones destined to hit the Earth.
Distributors Refocus Supply Chain Strategies
Lisa Ann Cairns 9/15/2015 Post a comment
Distributors are actively extending their service offerings to diversify market opportunities and meet new demands from procurement. While efficiency, streamlining, and cost savings remain core demands, attention to agility and margins require customized solutions.
Evaluating a Role in the IIOT Future
Fred Molinari 9/14/2015 Post a comment
Standards are needed to assure that the Industrial Internet of things becomes a reality. In the meantime, everyone is jumping on the bandwagon because the risks of waiting are too high.
Asia Pacific & U.S. Jockey for Top Spots in Manufacturing Index
Logical Link 9/14/2015 Post a comment
Asia Pacific countries earned kudos for grabbing top spots in Cushman & Wakefield’s recent Manufacturing Index. The rankings reiterate the importance of how weathering market conditions, mitigating risks and providing cost effectiveness plays into manufacturing relocation or expansion strategies.
Smart Inks Monitor Glucose
Jessica Lipsky 9/11/2015 Post a comment
Researchers at the University of California San Diego are working toward a holy grail of sensor technology -- non-invasive glucose testing.
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