Nokia and the University of Technology Sydney have joined forces together to create enterprise level IoT applications. This is to be done in the UTS’s Rapido, a rapid prototyping unit of the university, with the help being landed by the founders of the mobile device and industry Nokia Corporation. Together with the technicians at UTS’ Rapido, Nokia is going to develop business-level IoT applications mainly powered by 5G technology.
You might not have heard about this, in most cases previously, that a harmful intruder like a malware might actually help make things more secure and safe for networked devices. Well, there is one such malware currently threatening the security of IoT devices globally, or at least what was being supposed of up till now.
If we go just two years back in time, the words like “IoT” and “M2M” used to spread less enthusiasm but more intimidation. IoT, or Internet of Things, begin its journey as a concept involving a variety of connected smart devices throughout our homes, and even our clothes. In the earlier days, only a handful of people were intelligent enough to successfully grasp the importance and relevance of this mega technology trend for the future; for the rest of the lot, the idea was largely scary and unexplored. But here we are now, in the year 2017 when IoT and M2M (Machine to Machine) technologies are raging at the top of their potential, with a wholesome future prediction as well. In just two years’ time period, IoT and M2M moved forward by huge leaps and bounds.