Internet of Things News Headlines Update on December 29, 2020

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is accelerating mainstream enterprise adoption of high performance computing (HPC) by offering HPC cloud services through GreenLake IT-as-a-service offering. Users will gain access to GreenLake Central, Self-service dashboard, Consumption analytics, HPC, AI and app services. Read more at HPE Press Release > Hewlett Packard Enterprise accelerates mainstream enterprise adoption for high performance computing with world’s most powerful solutions delivered as a service through HPE GreenLake

T-Systems and Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced a multi-year strategic collaboration agreement (SCA) to manage the digital transformation and speed up cloud migration of applications, compute and storing, and enhanced security for T-Systems cloud offerings.

T-Systems and Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced a multi-year strategic collaboration agreement (SCA)
T-Systems and Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced a multi-year strategic collaboration agreement (SCA)

Blink Roadside with Amazon Alexa Skill allows drivers in the United States to get roadside help using Alexa voice commands to launch Agero’s Blink Roadside Assistance.

“Alexa, I have a flat tire”
“Alexa, I need someone to jumpstart my car”
“Alexa, my car ran out of gas”
“Alexa, I need roadside assistance for my car”
“Alexa, my car won’t start”
“Alexa, my car is broken down”

Blink Roadside with Amazon Alexa Skill
Blink Roadside with Amazon Alexa Skill

Amazon’s Zoox has unveiled the first production-ready self-driving taxi with a top speed of 75 miles an hour and 133kWh battery pack should last for 16 hours of use. Testing programme for prototypes carried out in California and Nevada. #ThisIsZoox #SelfDriving #AutonomousVehicle #Zoox

Farm Jenny is using selected the NimbeLink Skywire NL-SW-LTE-QBG96 embedded modem for round-the-clock horse monitoring as its fitted needs around connectivity, ease of implementation, buying experience and pace to market. Read more at Nimbelink Trade Study – Farm Jenny uses Advanced Cellular Modems

Multi-Tech Systems has introduced QuickStart kit designed to connect to Amazon Web Services (AWS) IoT Core for LoRaWan sensor applications using Semtech’s BasicStation packet forwarding based on WebSockets. Read more at MultiTech Launches QuickStart AWS IoT Core for LoRaWAN

Multi-Tech Systems has introduced QuickStart kit designed to connect to Amazon Web Services (AWS) IoT Core for LoRaWan
Multi-Tech Systems has introduced QuickStart kit designed to connect to Amazon Web Services (AWS) IoT Core for LoRaWan