Intelligent systems have become an increasingly common part of everyday life. Using a combination of wireless communications networks, Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and devices, automation, artificial intelligence (AI), edge and fog computing and various other cutting-edge technologies and frameworks, providers are enhancing and improving both their operations and services.
he Wabash Heartland Innovation Network (WHIN) and Trilogy Networks announced today that they are forming a research collaboration to help growers in the ten-county Wabash Heartland manage and connect their precision agriculture technology.
Source | Call Center Times Today, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the business world has become increasingly remote, making online privacy and security for organizations more important than ever. With so many workers at home, potential attackers can gain access to an organization whenever an employee simply logs onto the internet. The call center industry […]
Grand Farm, energized by Emerging Prairie, and in partnership with Trilogy Networks and the Rural Cloud Initiative, announced today the FarmGrid Precision Agriculture Solution as a signature, collaborative project on Grand Farm’s Innovation Site south of Fargo, North Dakota.
Source | CCR Mag Millions of new Internet-connected devices commonly referred to collectively as the Internet of Things (IoT) have been developed over the past few decades. These devices, including sensors, actuators, smartphones, gateways, hubs, edge nodes, robots and more are connected to the Internet via edge networks. These networks are now evolving through the […]
The Eclipse Foundation, one of the world’s largest open-source foundations, recently announced the availability of its 2021 IoT and Edge Commercial Adoption Survey report, based on an online survey of more than 300 IoT and edge professionals conducted from January 12 to March 15, 2021, with the survey participants representing a broad set of industries, organizations, and job functions.
Employers talk about how IoT is enabling contact tracing, monitoring air quality, and enforcing rules about social distancing as workers go back to the office post-quarantine.
Source | Realty Times Allen Salmasi is a pioneer in the wireless industry with over 40 years of experience building leading edge companies. Mr. Salmasi is the Chief Executive Officer of Veea Inc. (“Veea”), a provider of full stack edge computing and communications platform products and solutions, founded in 2014. He is also Chairman and […]
People and businesses move – and the edge needs to move with them. If we think of a micro-data center, we are starting with the idea of replicating the hyperscale data center, but miniaturizing it for edge applications.
The network edge is the focus of great swathes of the industry today, and the more we look at it the wider the variety of approaches we see. Different applications require different levels of proximity to the users, and the technology to make them happen isn’t always a miniaturization of the hyperscale world. One company taking on the edge as far out as the equipment closet or the remote worker office is Veea. With us today to talk about Veea’s approach to the ‘Device Edge’ is Kurt Michel, SVP of Marketing at Veea.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is having a dramatic impact on all aspects of our lives. In my home, even the mundane has become magical. I now enjoy connected garage door openers that “automagically” close in the evening at an appointed time. Connected thermostats (more like smart tablets on the wall) know what the weather is and what it will be based on internet-provided weather data, anticipating my heating needs.
“THE EDGE” used to mean desktops and laptops, and they connected over Wi-Fi if portable and Ethernet LANs if not. Then came tablets that used LTE, a standard for wireless broadband communications over cellular carrier networks. Now “the edge” includes Internet of Things devices that are small, have little power, and often are spread far and wide. As a result, channel pros need to consider which edge connectivity option makes the most sense for particular edge devices.
Smart Edge Nodes (SENs) with integrated LoRaWAN radio technology is among the most significant enabling technologies fostering global IoT deployment.
SK Engineering & Construction (E&C) said Wednesday it will team up with U.S. edge computing firm Veea to develop and operate a construction safety management system for mobile devices.
SK Engineering & Construction said Wednesday it has teamed up with US platform-as-a-service company Veea to develop and operate a Smart Safety Platform, a service designed to protect staff on construction sites.
The Global Edge AI Software Market forecast shall cross $3,093.2 million by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 28.8% in the estimated period.
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.
With the rapid transition to remote work, distance learning, and telehealth, ubiquitous high-speed connectivity is now woven into the fabric of our everyday lives. It has become essential to the way we work, live, and play. The pandemic has only accelerated the demand for higher bandwidth, for both businesses and consumers who need faster, higher-capacity networks with ultra-reliable, ultra-low-latency connectivity. Fast broadband is no longer a nice-to-have, and 5G solutions which can meet that demand are now becoming available.
The demand for 5G solutions is accelerating. Both businesses and consumers want faster, higher capacity networks that provide reliable, ultra-low latency connectivity. Superfast broadband is no longer a nice-to-have. With remote work, distance learning, and online health an everyday reality for the foreseeable future, high-speed connectivity is now woven into our everyday lives and has become essential infrastructure in the way we work, live, and play.
Source | VMBlog By Kurt Michel, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Veea Webcams, entertainment in our cars, baby monitors. These are just a few examples of how we rely on IoT devices every day, sometimes without even realizing it. However, with the imminent rollout of 5G, and exponentially more IoT devices coming online, there is a […]
Source | TFIR Veea is working on technologies that would enable people to be ‘virtually queued’ in lines, instead of physically standing in lines. Veea is leading the way to Local Network Intelligence at the Device Edge. As the number of connected devices – smartphones, smart home/building/city IoT devices, smart TVs -continues to increase, the […]
A lack of in-person events being met with a rise in virtual events in this new normal are transforming how sales teams are adjusting their remote selling strategies and diverting their budgets to focus on creating more customer-focused acquisition plans. Kurt W. Michel, SVP of Marketing, Veea joins us in this interview to share a few ways through which sales and marketing teams can scale efforts during this downtime.
The COVID-19 pandemic is transforming how we are using data, and where that data is consumed and generated. The data usage model has shifted from a more traditional, centralized one, to one that must support many remote users and connection points. These remote connections are quickly changing the existing telecom architecture, fostering the need and development of a distributed architecture where the edge devices now define the access points and their functions.
The demand for 5G solutions is accelerating. Both businesses and consumers want faster, high capacity networks that provide reliable, ultra-low latency connectivity. Fast broadband is no longer a nice-to-have. With remote work, distance learning, and online health an everyday reality for the foreseeable future, high-speed connectivity is now woven into our everyday lives and has become essential infrastructure in the way we work, live, and play.
There are five key challenges to getting edge computing devices to work with core enterprise IT systems, and several ways to work through those challenges.
Moving computing to the edge eases the stress on bandwidth and speeds processing and responsiveness, allowing more bandwidth-heavy technologies, like AR and VR, to soar.
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Smart edge connectivity and computing firm Veea Inc. has announced the availability of its Virtual Trusted Private Network (vTPN) Security as a Service solution. The vTPN solution, which is secured by Privafy. provides enterprise-grade security in a highly integrated package for the SMB/SME customer.
We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again: the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted just how essential connectivity has become. Whether it’s being used for work or play, the internet has entangled itself into every aspect of our lives, and the strength of the network to bear that traffic has become more important than ever before.
As 5G builds out, there are three major challenges edge computing solves.
The constant need for data is shifting how manufacturers look at various technologies including 5G, IoT and edge computing capabilities.
The network edge can have many meanings, but to the team at New York startup Veea, the edge is where end-user devices connect to the larger network. Whether that connectivity is through Ethernet, cellular, Wi-Fi or an Internet of Things (IoT) protocol, Veea wants to deliver it packaged with enough compute power to process data on-premises.