Using Data To Improve Yield


Semiconductor manufacturers are always looking for an edge to improve operating efficiency and to increase yields on chip lots. For some, the answers include big data analytics, as well as technology to move that data around more quickly. Chipmakers, board assemblers, and related businesses are turning to the Internet of Things, especially [getkc id="78" kc_name="Industrial IoT"] technology... » read more

The Week In Review: IoT


Finance Particle, the provider of a full-stack Internet of Things device platform for enterprises, has raised $20 million in Series B funding, bringing its total venture funding to $30 million. Spark Capital led the new round, with participation by Qualcomm Ventures and existing investors in the IoT startup. Machina Research estimates cellular IoT connections will increase from 334 million in ... » read more

Industrial IoT: Where Is Silicon Valley?


Industry 4.0, Smart Factory 1.0, and Internet of Manufacturing are industry initiatives aimed at accelerating the Industrial IoT. With current market forecast exceeding $40 billion and projected to approach $100 billion by 2020, IIoT has everyone’s attention. Well, almost everyone. Turning volumes of factory data into actionable information from the supply chain, to the floor, to operations, ... » read more

The Week In Review: IoT


Analysis Whither Intel’s Internet of Things efforts? “While Intel's IoT business certainly won't solve its ongoing troubles in the PC and data center markets anytime soon, staying invested in that market will ensure that the chipmaker doesn't miss another major technological shift, as it did with mobile devices about a decade ago,” Leo Sun writes in this analysis. Products Cisco Sys... » read more

The Week In Review: IoT


Conferences The Internet of Things World conference is on tap next week at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Silicon Valley. There will be more than 250 exhibitors on the show floor, with 11,000 attendees expected. More than 400 speakers will make presentations over three days, May 16-17-18. ON Semiconductor will have a number of IoT-related products to demonstrate at its booth, including i... » read more

The Week In Review: IoT


Q&A Francine Berman, a computer science professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, talks about ethical issues in the Internet of Things in this interview. She says, “First of all, we’re just at the tip of the iceberg in what is arguably going to be a brave new world. And it’s highly heterogeneous: We’ll be seeing a lot more autonomous systems, we’ll be seeing enhanced humans and ... » read more

The Week In Review: IoT


Finance August Home (formerly known as Kease), a San Francisco-based supplier of smart door locks and doorbell cameras, reports raising about $17.7 million from venture capitalists, with plans to lock down just shy of $25 million in private funding. The information was disclosed in a Form D filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Protocols Comcast has joined the LoRa Alliance a... » read more

The Week In Review: IoT


Services AT&T and IBM are expanding their joint Internet of Things effort to offer AT&T’s new IoT analytics capability, helping customers yield insights from their industrial IoT data. The capability takes in AT&T’s M2X, Flow Designer, Control Center, and other IoT offerings; IBM Watson IoT; the IBM Watson Data Platform; and the IBM Machine Learning Service, part of Watson Data Platform on... » read more

Data Leakage And The IIoT


The Internet of Things has raised concerns about people hacking into home networks or using armies of bots to disrupt communications. But with the Industrial IoT, the stakes are significantly higher—and the effects can last much longer. Security tops the list of concerns as more industrial equipment is connected to the Internet, according to numerous industry insiders. That hasn't stopped ... » read more

Our New Space For Innovation And Collaboration


Today is an exciting day at our Austin headquarters: this morning we officially opened our Industrial IoT (Internet of Things) Lab! You can watch the ribbon cutting ceremony on our Facebook page. Our Industrial IoT Lab is a hub of intelligent systems that bridge operational technology (OT) with information technology (IT) and the companies working on them. We’ve purposefully design... » read more

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