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Crosser and Moxa join forces for IT/OT edge convergence

Unterschleissheim, Germany. 21 October 2021 – Moxa Europe GmbH and Crosser, a provider of edge analytics for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), announce their cooperation. Together, Crosser’s edge analytics platform and Moxa’s reliable network, connectivity and edge computing solutions will help manufacturing companies to connect their devices to offer better collaboration between systems, processes, and people.

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Laserfiche announces launch of cloud document management and process automation solution

Laserfiche announced the availability of Laserfiche Cloud in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. The SaaS provider of intelligent content management and business process automation’s cloud offering delivers an innovative and trusted system for securely managing content and automating business processes across the enterprise.

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Pulsant adds edge and multi-cloud capabilities for the channel

Hybrid cloud provider Pulsant has expanded its offering to enable channel partners to develop and deliver edge and multi-cloud opportunities to clients, through its partnership with Zayo Group Inc. the strategic drive will be newly appointed industry veteran Rob Darby as director of channel sales, the latest in a series of Pulsant senior management hires.

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ETSI releases a white paper on MEC security

ETSI publishes a White Paper titled MEC security: Status of standards support and future evolutions written by several authors participating in MEC and other related ETSI groups. This White Paper, the initiative in this domain, aims to identify aspects of security where the nature of edge computing leaves typical industry approaches to cloud security insufficient.

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Enterprises embrace edge AI to ensure employee safety

The pandemic has shown that workplaces can be particularly challenging to curb the spread of the virus. As Sastry MalladiCTO of FogHorn reports, edge computing, specifically edge artificial intelligence (AI), can help make up for the error-prone shortcomings of resource-intensive manual audits and provide real-time insights and centralised visibility into workplace health and safety.

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Edge computing investment by network operators to hit $8.3bn by 2025

A new study from Juniper Research has found that network operator spend on MEC (Multi-access Edge Computing) will grow from US$2.7 billion (€2.21 billion) in 2020, to $8.3 billion (€6.79 billion) in 2025. This comes as operators invest heavily in upgrading network capacities and infrastructure to support the increasing data generated by 5G networks.

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KanKan AI announces the release of its S and T series smart boxes

Remark Holdings, Inc., a diversified global technology company with artificial intelligence (“AI”) solutions and digital media properties, announced that Remark’s KanKan AI business successfully released its edge computing systems, the S and T Series Smart Boxes, AI-based edge computing boxes equipped with NVIDIA’s new generation of high-performance edge computing modules, with a smaller size and lower power requirements.

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Navigating ‘Big Tech’ threat in banking; Banks can learn from fintech

In 2017, the World Economic Forum (WEF) released a report which cited ‘Big Tech’ as a greater threat to banks than fintech. Three years later, says Eelco-Jan Boonstra, managing director of EMEA at Mambu, this continues to hold true as we’ve seen technology giants such as Google, Apple and Facebook move deeper into the world of finance.

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