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Human Factors & Trust Fabrics: Building Confidence & Resilience Across Connected Systems

Human Factors & Trust Fabrics: Building Confidence & Resilience Across Connected Systems

As investment in industrial innovation grows, and with the U.S. economic recovery strategy coming into focus – with trillions of dollars set to be distributed to improve cities and towns across America – the importance of blending the physical and digital worlds to improve outcomes, control costs, and create sustainable improvements across the environment, education, employment, services, transportation, public safety, and cybersecurity has never been greater.

A New Starship Enterprise: Building Federated Networks for Distributed IoT and IIoT Solutions

A New Starship Enterprise: Building Federated Networks for Distributed IoT and IIoT Solutions

The “Starship Enterprise” is the nickname of fictional spacecraft, some of which were the main craft and setting for various television series and films in the Star Trek science fiction mega franchise. The most notable were Captain James T. Kirk’s USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) from the original 1960s television series, and Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) from Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Programmable IoT Wireless Stephen Bryant Interview with JpU CEO, Jonathan Schwartz

Programmable IoT Wireless Stephen Bryant Interview with JpU CEO, Jonathan Schwartz

I received a huge number of views and a good few direct messages with questions after my post about KPN API Store launching a Programmable IoT Wireless platform with JpU. Some of the questions are something I didn’t have an answer to and figured they may be in the interest of others, so I reached out to the CEO of JpU, Jonathan Schwartz, and interviewed him over email, as well as adding in a couple of my own questions since it has been a while since Jonathan and I caught up.

KPN and JpU Put IoT Programmability into The Hands of Developers

KPN and JpU Put IoT Programmability into The Hands of Developers

KPN, a Dutch landline, and mobile telecommunications company and JpU™, the leader in virtualized and programmable mobile cores, today announced that JpU’s HypeCore™ is now available for developers wanting to leverage KPN’s API Store to build next-generation, use-case driven IoT applications.

Network-based protection for edge IoT devices

Network-based protection for edge IoT devices

Network-based security for any IoT vertical Companies developing IoT connected devices encounters main security and privacy barriers that can significantly slow down their entry to market or affect their reliability, preventing IoT from fulfilling its true potential.

Aexonis and JpU HyperCore | Simple and Secure IoT Connectivity

Aexonis and JpU HyperCore | Simple and Secure IoT Connectivity

Aexonis™, an innovator of IoT mediation and management software for MVNEs / MVNOs, and JpU™, a leading provider of virtual mobile core technology announced today the signing of a partnership agreement at IoT TechExpo Europe 2018. The partnership between the two companies enables any organization to easily become an IoT operator or enabler by rapid implementation of use-case driven IoT deployments with a full array of Cellular IoT applications and devices.

monogoto and JpU HyperCore | Simple and Secure IoT Connectivity

monogoto and JpU HyperCore | Simple and Secure IoT Connectivity

The growing trend of cloud-based Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is changing the way enterprise organizations and startup businesses consume computing services. The key success factor for companies like Amazon Web Services is that they have provided a genuine self-service console with an API behind every capability.

monogoto Launches a Programmable Cellular Platform Powered by JpU HyperCore

monogoto Launches a Programmable Cellular Platform Powered by JpU HyperCore

The growing trend of cloud-based Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is changing the way enterprise organizations and startup businesses consume computing services. The key success factor for companies like Amazon Web Services is that they have provided a genuine self-service console with an API behind every capability.