Chip maker Qualcomm has lost a round in federal court over how much it charges makers of wireless devices for its mobile chips. The company must lower its fees and submit to seven years of monitoring by the Federal Trade Commission, which brought the suit. Qualcomm says it will appeal. For more deta..
Of the millions of enterprise-IoT transactions examined in a recent study, the vast majority were sent without benefit of encryption, leaving the data vulnerable to theft and tampering. The research by cloud-based security provider Zscaler found that about 91.5 percent of transactions by internet of..
There's no doubt about it: We have entered the experience economy, and digital performance is more important than ever. Customer experience is the top brand differentiator, topping price and every other factor. And businesses that provide a poor digital experience will find customers will activ..
The combination of a blockchain-like distributed network, along with the ability to locate data at the edge will massively speed up future networks, such as those used by the internet of things (IoT), claims Bluzelle in announcing what is says is the first decentralized data delivery network (DDN). ..
Benchmarks of engineering samples of AMD's second-generation Epyc server, code-named “Rome,” briefly found their way online and show a very beefy chip running a little slower than its predecessor. Rome is based on the Zen 2 architecture, believed to be more of an incremental improvement over th..
IoT in general has taken off quickly over the past few years, but experts at the recent IoT World highlighted that the enterprise part of the market has been particularly robust of late – it’s not just an explosion of connected home gadgets anymore. Donna Moore, chairwoman of the LoRa Alliance, an i..
French IT giant Atos is the latest to jump into the edge computing business with a small device called BullSequana Edge. Unlike devices from its competitors that are the size of a shipping container, including those from Vapor IO and Schneider Electronics, Atos' edge device can sit in a closet...
People love to eat in their cars. That’s why we invented the drive-in and the drive-thru. But despite a fast-food outlet on the corner of every major intersection, it turns out we were only scratching the surface of this idea. Burger King is taking this concept to the next logical step with its new ..
BrandPost: Mobility and SD-WAN, Part 2: Is SD-WAN the Super-Glue That Will Bring 5G and all the Edges Together?
This is the second blog of a two-part blog series that explores SD-WAN and the future of networking in the 5G era. Part 1 “SD-WAN with 4G LTE is a Reality” can be found here. 5G, a game-changer for an ultra-high-speed, hyperconnected worldTelecommunications providers are racing to roll out the fifth..
Internet of things (IoT) vendors and pundits like to crow about the billions and billions of connected devices that make the IoT so ubiquitous and powerful. But how much of that installed base is really relevant to the enterprise? To find out, I traded emails with Rob Mesirow, principal at PwC’s Con..