According to the second installment of ISACA’s 2017 State of Cyber Security Study, IoT overtook mobile as primary focus for cyber defenses as 97 per cent of organisations saw a rise in its usage.
The new transistor, claimed the company, will see a resulting increase in performance, which in turn will help accelerate cognitive computing, the IoT, and other data-intensive applications delivered in the Cloud.
Company said proceeds from its recent stock offering – the second one in less than a year – will help accelerate the company’s expansion in the US and Asia.
A new survey released this Wednesday has shown that 94 per cent of risk management professionals believed that a security incident resulting from unsecured IoT devices “could be catastrophic.”
Devices based on the Qualcomm Mesh Networking Platform will be designed to deliver robust and consistent connectivity to smart home devices in every corner of the home.
Project will be executed jointly by TasmaNet and IoT startup Thinxtra.