Moxa develops Microsoft Azure IoT Edge-ready gateway devices

first_imgMoxa has announced it is developing Industrial Internet of Things gateways that integrate Microsoft Azure IoT Edge, thereby strengthening its promise to accelerate the convergence of operational technology and information technology. The installment of Azure IoT Edge in Moxa’s IIoT gateways will provide Microsoft Azure customers with an easy-to-use solution to extend their IT infrastructure and enable OT data connectivity within their industrial applications. The IIoT gateways will also facilitate Azure IoT Edge’s dual benefits: getting data from field sites securely and reliably to the cloud for analytics and monitoring, as well as bringing intelligence to field devices.Integrating Azure IoT Edge with Moxa’s IIoT gateways benefit customers, especially those operating on Linux platforms, in a number of ways. The benefits include secured remote connections to enable deployment in remote locations, connectivity to allow existing brownfield applications to share data with the cloud, and device management and product longevity to ensure customers can deploy, scale, and maintain their IIoT applications.Moxa brings IIoT expertise and 30 years of OT experience in connectivity. Emphasizing network security, its edge device security is based on TPM 2.0 and IEC 62443-4-2. Furthermore, its ruggedized computing hardware is designed for harsh industrial environments, ensuring that it withstands, for example, extreme temperatures and vibration. In addition to a five-year warranty for its edge devices, Moxa also provides a 10-year support life cycle for its industrial Linux operating system, thus future-proofing IIoT applications.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components Continue Reading Previous Fujitsu announces FRAM with capacity of 8 MbitNext Microchip: 8-bit tinyAVR MCUs enable increased functionality in sensor nodeslast_img read more

Chelsea manager explains why Alvaro Morata wasnt on Saturdays lineup

first_imgMorata wasn’t even on the bench for Chelsea’s match against champions Manchester City. Sarri explains the reasoning behind it.Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says that Alvaro Morata understands why he wasn’t considered for the squad’s Saturday’s 2-0 win over Manchester City. He also reassured his striker that he does indeed have a future at the club, ESPN reported.Morata was left out of Chelsea’s overall lineup for the first time this season. He has yet to win the support of fans since his big-money move to the Blues.Chelsea’s win came as surprise to many spectators after a dip in form recently led to just one victory in four games. Sarri has repeatedly complained about the lack of determination in his group.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“I think it is normal, it was a choice for this kind of match,” Sarri told reporters at Stamford Bridge.“I don’t know if in Brighton we will play in the same way or not, maybe not. I don’t know. I think Alvaro is able to understand that it is only a tactical decision, it is not the final choice.“We thought yesterday that for the first time in the season that there was a possibility to have more spaces – so we wanted to try with Eden – because for the first time there was a possibility to play on the counter-attack.“Willian, Hazard, and Pedro are really very suitable for this kind of play, so it is a normal choice. I think that it is really a very good option and maybe we will try it again in the future. Especially for certain matches.”last_img read more

India may reply to Pak raking up Kashmir issue at UN

first_imgAmid moves by Pakistan to rake up the Kashmir issue at the United Nations’ General Assembly (UNGA) session, India is likely to exercise its right to reply on the matter. Earlier, Pakistan had said that prime minister Nawaz Sharif would again highlight the Kashmir issue in his address to the UNGA while ruling out resumption of any dialogue with India unless New Delhi takes the initiative in this regard. Pakistan’s foreign secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry said here that there is ‘no reason’ for Sharif not to raise the subject of Kashmir during his address. The right to reply will be exercised by a senior official of India’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations. Last year too, Sharif had raised the issue while addressing the UNGA saying that the UN must remain ‘attentive’ to the protracted issue as also the ‘full realisation’ of the right to self determination of the Kashmiri people.last_img read more

7 Simple Tech Tools That Can Make Starting Up Easy

first_img Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. August 8, 2012 Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global A cutting-edge business doesn’t necessarily need cutting-edge technology to be successful. For some businesses, especially ones that are just getting started, the most sophisticated tools may exhaust already scarce resources. The more features a device has, the more it typically costs and the more time it takes to set up, maintain and train employees to use.You may be better off with a technology solution that does one or two things well instead of more complicated products that require expertise to use and technical support when they stop working.Here are seven easy-to-use tools that can help make your start-up process as easy and efficient as possible.The Jitterbug Plus basic cellphone1. No-hassle cellphone: Jitterbug PlusBy Del Mar, Calif.-based GreatCall Wireless, the Jitterbug Plus is one of the easiest-to-use models on the market. At $119, it has an extremely basic layout: Large numbers and four buttons for “send”, “cancel,” “yes” and “no.”The Jitterbug’s design can be perfect for employees who require only basic functions such as calling and texting, as well as for others who are less likely to adopt new mobile technology. Additionally, the phone doesn’t require a contract. Basic service plans start at $15 a month, and insurance costs $4 a month.Related: 10 Tech Gadgets to Help Manage Your BusinessThe HP Omni 220-1125 desktop PC2. Ready-to-use desktop: HP Omni 220-1125One of Palo Alto, Calif.-based Hewlett-Packard’s easiest-to-use desktop PCs is the $650 HP Omni. Once you get the computer out of the box and plug it in, it’s more or less ready for business use.It comes with 21.5-inch screen, but a slim 16-inch by 7-inch profile, including keyboard, that doesn’t require much desktop space. With a Core i5 processor in the basic model, the Omni has more than enough power to handle basic business applications, such as cloud-based Google apps and Microsoft Office.Canon Pixma MX892 PRINTER3. Quick setup printer: Canon Pixma MX892As powerful as they are, desktop printers can be tricky to install and connect to other devices. But Canon makes things fairly simple for small businesses with its Pixma MX892 — an all-in-one printer that comes with scanning and faxing features.At $200, the print quality is more than acceptable, and there’s “AirPrint” support for Apple devices. The Pixma offers a guided setup of this wireless printing function, which makes it compatible with Apple computers and tablets.AT&T Mobile Hotspot Elevate 4G4. Convenient data access: AT&T Mobile Hotspot Elevate 4G A mobile hotspot allows for consistent wireless Web access to your Wi-Fi-enabled laptop, tablet or smartphone, so you don’t have to rely on unstable hotel or coffee shop hotspots. That makes the device one of the best ways to simplify doing business on the road.And the Elevate 4G by AT&T is one of the easiest to use. Turn it on, allow it to connect the cellular network, find its Wi-Fi signal on your device, and you have business-class Web access. Refurbished models are free with a two-year contract. Data plans (5GB) run about $50 a month.Related: Four Ways Your Gadgets May Be Harming Your BodyMotorola Xoom 2 tablet5. Basic tablet: Motorola Xoom 2Other tablets have more features, but for ease-of-use, the Motorola Xoom 2 is hard to beat. At $499, the Xoom 2 easily handles basic business functions such as storing and reviewing files and documents, accessing the Web and using apps for presentations and email.The Xoom 2 can also connect to your PC to provide a second screen, and it comes with a rubberized case and a splashguard coating in case of spills.Apple’s iPod Touch6. Mobile device: Apple iPod TouchRemarkably similar to an iPhone, the iPod Touch starts at the same price as the iPhone 4S — $199 — but doesn’t require a two-year contract with mandatory data plans. A contract-free iPhone 4S starts at $649. People might think of the iPod as only a music player, but it runs most of the same business and productivity apps as the iPhone and it’s the same size. The iPod’s camera function can be used with apps such as Evernote for storing handwritten notes and other reminders, and its microphone lets you create voice memos.The iPod Touch also supports iMessage, the Internet, email and most other business apps. Combined with a mobile hotspot, the iPod Touch is the simplest, least expensive Apple OS communication device that can fit in your pocket.Virtual assistant service LongerDays.com7. Virtual support: Need a virtual assistant to handle time-consuming administrative and technical tasks over the web? might be the solution for you.For about $35 an hour, LongerDays virtual assistants can help monitor your email, social media, website maintenance and receptionist duties. With plans starting at $350 a month for 10 hours of virtual assistance, LongerDays can be easier than managing an onsite staff.Related: Apple Gives MacBook Pro a Major Upgrade With Retina Display 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Register Now »last_img read more