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News Article | May 24, 2017
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SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ayla Networks, a global Internet of Things (IoT) platform for manufacturers, today announced the promotion of three senior–level engineers to the position of vice president. Ayla’s new engineering vice presidents lead the technical operations for the three main aspects of the company’s IoT platform: device, cloud and mobile. The new VPs are: “Peter, Sudha and Dan have been instrumental in helping Ayla become a top Internet of Things platform for global OEMs that are manufacturing and shipping connected products,” said David Friedman, CEO and co-founder of Ayla Networks. “They are important members of our senior team who have earned the ‘vice president’ title for their contributions in enabling our manufacturer customers to participate fully in the growing market for IoT products.” Hunt leads Ayla’s engineering team responsible for Wi-Fi modules, embedded systems and Linux solutions. For more than 20 years, he has designed and developed network protocols, drivers and applications. Hunt joined Ayla in 2014 after five years at Silver Spring Networks, where he was director of platform firmware. He also worked at Nokia and Digital Equipment Corp. Hunt holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Queensland in St. Lucia, Australia. Since joining Ayla in 2011, Myers has been responsible for defining and delivering on Ayla’s mobile strategy. He has built a revenue-generating team that delivers a range of high-value mobile products to Ayla’s Fortune-100 customers. He was formerly at Oracle, where he was engineering vice president responsible for Fusion Access Management. Myers also worked at Palm, where he was senior director of wireless engineering, and at Nokia, where he held the positions of director of engineering and head of architecture for the successful security appliance division eventually sold to Checkpoint. Myers has taken courses toward an MBA at Santa Clara University, and holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and business from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where he graduated with high honors. Chief architect of the Ayla IoT cloud, Sundaresan oversees the Ayla cloud platform, including architecture, product definition, hiring, cost model and execution. She and her team built the cloud from scratch and scaled it to support millions of connected devices and users in North America, Europe and Asia. Before joining Ayla in 2012, Sundaresan was employed for more than 12 years at Cisco, where as a software engineer, architect and technical lead, she delivered products targeted at enterprises, service providers and small businesses. She holds a master’s degree in computer science from San Jose State University and a bachelor’s degree in electronics and communication engineering from the Government College of Engineering in Salem, India. Ayla Networks empowers leading manufacturers by simplifying the inherent complexity of the Internet of Things (IoT), enabling them to turn their products into smart connected systems and transform their businesses to compete in the game-changing world of connectivity. Delivered as a cloud platform-as-a-service (PaaS), Ayla’s IoT platform provides the flexibility and modularity to enable rapid changes to practically any type of device, cloud or app environment. Ayla is a member of the elite Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network, so all connected products running on the Ayla IoT cloud gain the security and availability benefits of the AWS cloud infrastructure. Ayla Networks was named a 2015 Cool Vendor in the Internet of Things by Gartner, Inc. Ayla’s investors include Cisco Investments, the International Finance Corporation, Mitsui, SAIF Partners, Crosslink Capital, Voyager Capital, Ants Capital, 3NOD, Linear Venture, SJF Ventures and Acorn Pacific. For more information, visit www.aylanetworks.com. Note to press: photos are available via this Dropbox link: http://bit.ly/AylaMgmtPhotos. Or send an email request to: cmartell@martellpr.com.


News Article | February 24, 2017
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AMHERST, NY, February 24, 2017-- Dr. Prem Datta Bharadwaj has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.Recognized for five and a half decades of invaluable contributions to his field, Dr. Bharadwaj has parlayed his knowledge into the field of physics education. Prior to embarking on his career, he earned a Bachelor of Science from NREC College Khurja (Agra University) with merit in 1950 and then a Master of Science in Physics with 1st Division and 1st Position from Agra College, Agra (Agra University) in 1952. He then joined B.R. College Agra as an assistant professor of physics, where he remained for two years before working for another two as a physics lecturer at GPIC Tehri Garhwal. Dr. Bharadwaj transferred to Government College Meerut, where he acted as a lecturer in physics for three years. He then returned to B.R. College Agra as an assistant professor of physics for one year.Dr. Bharadwaj came to the United States in 1960 as a graduate assistant in the Physics Department of SUNY Buffalo. After finishing most of the requirements for a Ph.D. in 1962, he was appointed as Assistant Professor of Physics at Niagara University and had to wait for two years for his Ph.D. according to the rules of the Physics Department at SUNY Buffalo. After working for two years, and doing research, his Ph.D. was confirmed in 1964. In 1964 he was promoted to the position of Associate Professor of Physics. In 1966 he was promoted to the position of Professor of Physics, and continued working in that role until 2007. He served as Chairman of the Physics Department for 10 years, from 1976 to 1986.A member of the American Physical Society, Dr. Bharadwaj co-founded the Hindi Samaj of Greater Buffalo in 1986 and the India Association of Buffalo in 1961, and was honored by it in 1997. He has contributed to numerous written works throughout the course of his career, including "Intermediate Agriculture Physics and Climatology," which he co-authored in 1954. He was a consultant to the National Science Foundation from 1966-1971, evaluating undergraduate programs and research grants for all universities and colleges in the U.S. A sterling example of skill in his field, he has won many awards for his stellar work, such as the Rajiv Gandhi National Unity Award for Excellence from the government of India in 1995 and the Hind Rattan (Jewel of India) Award the same year. Also, he was named International Man of the Year by the American Biographical Institute in 1999, and was featured in the 6th through 8th editions of Who's Who in American Education, the 4th through 11th editions of Who's Who in Science and Engineering, the 53rd through 70th editions of Who's Who in America, the 39th through 43rd editions of Who's Who in the East, and the 16th through 33rd editions of Who's Who in the World. Dr. Bharadwaj was also included in other publications including "2,000 Outstanding Scientists of the 20th and 21st Century" and "500 Leaders of Influence" by IBC, Cambridge, England, "2,000 Outstanding People of the 20th and 21st Century, " and "2,000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 20th and 21st Century" by IBC, Cambridge, England. Dr. Bharadwaj was also listed in "1,000 Leaders of World Influence" by the American Biographic Institute" in 2000, and was chosen for appointment to the Research Board of Advisors in 2000.Looking toward the future, Dr. Bharadwaj intends to continue enjoying retirement and devoting himself to spiritual endeavors.About Marquis Who's Who :Since 1899, when A. N. Marquis printed the First Edition of Who's Who in America , Marquis Who's Who has chronicled the lives of the most accomplished individuals and innovators from every significant field of endeavor, including politics, business, medicine, law, education, art, religion and entertainment. Today, Who's Who in America remains an essential biographical source for thousands of researchers, journalists, librarians and executive search firms around the world. Marquis now publishes many Who's Who titles, including Who's Who in America , Who's Who in the World , Who's Who in American Law , Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare , Who's Who in Science and Engineering , and Who's Who in Asia . Marquis publications may be visited at the official Marquis Who's Who website at www.marquiswhoswho.com


News Article | February 22, 2017
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Santhosh Nair liderará la I+D del IoT. El producto se lanzará a finales de este año MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, 22 de febrero, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL), la red troncal de  seguridad para la empresa digital, ha anunciado hoy la creación de una nueva  división dedicada al Internet de las Cosas, que se centrará en construir una cadena de confianza de extremo a extremo desde el sensor a la app, como paso hacia la nube.La compañía anunció también  la incorporación de Santhosh Nair  como vicepresidente de la nueva división de IoT Nair trabajará junto al cofundador y responsable de Tecnología de MobileIron, Suresh Batchu. MobileIron tiene como objetivo tener un producto IoT listo para su comercialización a finales de este año.Bain & Company estima que para 2020 los ingresos obtenidos por las ventas de IoT podrían superar los 470.000 millones de dólares. El anuncio se hizo público esta mañana, coincidiendo con el Día del Analista de MobileIron. Si desea acceder a un webcast de audio en directo de la presentación, puede hacerlo visitando la página de Inversores de la web corporativa de MobileIron en http://investors.mobileiron.com/. Una reproducción de la misma estará disponible durante un año tras la presentación. Muchos de los sistemas de IoT existentes en la actualidad presentan importantes limitaciones, debido a su extrema personalización y a su inflexibilidad, lo que dificulta su configuración y encarece su mantenimiento a lo largo del  ciclo de vida del sistema. La plataforma IoT de MobileIron estará diseñada para: "Se ha generado  mucho ruido en torno al  Internet de las Cosas, y en su mayoría ha sido sólo eso: ruido. El error que muchas empresas cometen con el IoT es que comienzan mirando el problema desde el sensor hacia arriba", afirmó Barry Mainz, director general y consejero  delegado de MobileIron. "Nuestro modelo centrado en el cliente es exactamente el opuesto. El año pasado trabajamos mano a mano con nuestros clientes y socios operadores globales, para saber cómo las compañías quieren utilizar el IoT y qué retos afrontan. Como resultado, hemos identificado casos de uso específicos en los sectores de salud,  energía, fabricación y automoción, donde podemos ayudar a nuestros clientes. Esto supone una enorme oportunidad para nosotros". Internet de las Cosas supone un siguiente paso en la  Era de la Información. El IoT automatiza los flujos de trabajo estratégicos de las empresas,digitalizando el proceso de  recogida de datos con el fin de obtener insights que  lleven a la acción. La informática empresarial se produce en el extremo de la red y en la nube para reducir la latencia. Las consecuencias de una información imprecisa o una acción inadecuada pueden costosas (interrupción de la cadena de suministro), peligrosas (una fuga de la línea de negocio), o mortales (errores médicos). En el IoT la escala y la seguridad son críticas. El objetivo de MobileIron es ofrecer una plataforma unificada y una sola lente para asegurar y gestionar los servicios de IoT Con el lanzamiento de su solución de IoT, MobileIron pone su contrastado liderazgo e innovación de su software a disposición de esta nueva  oportunidad de mercado. La arquitectura de tres puntos de motor de procedimientos, edge client  y gateway de red es directamente aplicable a los retos de los despliegues del IoT. Los administradores automatizan las normas usando el motor de procedimientos. El  edge client refuerza las acciones en la puerta de enlace IoT y controla las posiciones de seguridad. La gateway  de la red asegura que los datos de IoT se transmiten de forma segura y no son susceptibles de ataques humanos.. Y todas estas acciones se realizan a escala masiva. Para dirigir esta nueva división, MobileIron ha contado con Santhosh Nair.a Santhosh aporta más de 20 años de experiencia internacional en estrategia, ingeniería y gestión de producto. Se incorpora desde  Wind River, una compañía Intel, donde fue vicepresidente y director general de la unidad de negocio IoT, desde dónde gestionó las relaciones con clientes clave en grandes  mercados. Antes de Wind River, trabajó más de 15 años en GE Healthcare, dónde llego a ocupar el cargo de  director de Producto Mundial para el Negocio de Tomografía Computerizada (TC) valorado en 1.500 millones de dólares. Tiene un MBA en Estrategia y  Marketing por la Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management y un BTech en Electrónica y Telecomunicaciones por la Government College of Engineering, Trivandrum, India. "Cuando me reuní con el equipo en MobileIron, me impresionó su visión de Internet de las Cosas, y estoy impaciente por hacerlo realidad", dijo Santhosh Nair, vicepresidente de la IoT de MobileIron. "La seguridad empresarial es crítica para que la adopción de tecnologías de Internet de las Cosas se lleve a cabo con éxito, y muchas de las innovaciones de ingeniería de MobileIron son directamente aplicables al IoT. Creo que estamos ante una gran oportunidad y un inmenso  liderazgo de mercado". MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL) ofrece la base segura para que las compañías de todo el mundo se transformen en organizaciones móviles. Para más información, visite: http://www.mobileiron.com.


News Article | February 22, 2017
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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Kalifornien, 22. Februar 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL), das Sicherheitsbackbone für modernes Computing, gibt heute die Gründung einer Division für das Internet der Dinge (IoT) bekannt; die neue Division hat die Aufgabe, die Prozesskette vom Sensor über die App, das Gateway und die Cloud bis hin zum Netzwerk durchgängig abzusichern. Zudem gibt MobileIron bekannt, dass man Santhosh Nair als VP IoT hat gewinnen können.  Er wird eng mit Suresh Batchu, dem Mitgründer und Chief Technology Officer von MobileIron, zusammenarbeiten. MobileIron plant, im Verlauf diesen Jahres ein IoT-Produkt auf den Markt zu bringen. Bain & Company schätzt, dass der Umsatz von IoT-Anbietern bis 2020 den Betrag von $ 470 Milliarden überschreiten wird. Die Ankündigung erfolgte heute Morgen am Analystentag von MobileIron. Ein live Audio-Webcast der Präsentation steht auf der Investorenrubrik der Unternehmenswebsite von MobileIron unter http://investors.mobileiron.com/ zur Verfügung. Ein Mitschnitt der Präsentation kann danach ein Jahr lang abgerufen werden. Zahlreiche der bestehenden IoT-Systeme sind durch starke Einschränkungen gekennzeichnet, da sie sehr kundenspezifisch und unflexibel angelegt sind. Dadurch sind sie schwer konfigurierbar und über den gesamten Lebenszyklus hinweg gesehen teuer in der Wartung. Die IoT-Plattform von MobileIron wird so konzipiert sein, dass sie: „Das Thema Internet der Dinge ist bekanntlich in letzter Zeit in aller Munde, aber das meiste, was gesagt wird, ist eher Dampfplauderei. Der Fehler, den viele Unternehmen in Zusammenhang mit IoT begehen, besteht darin, dass sie das Problem vom Sensor aus betrachten", sagt Barry Mainz, President und CEO von MobileIron. „Unser kundenzentrischer Ansatz läuft genau in die andere Richtung. Im vergangenen Jahr haben wir Hand in Hand mit Kunden und weltweiten Partnern, die im Bereich IoT tätig sind, zusammengearbeitet, um genau zu verstehen, wie Unternehmen IoT verwenden wollen und mit welchen Herausforderungen sie konfrontiert sind. Darauf aufbauend haben wir spezifische Anwendungsfälle für das Gesundheitswesen, Energie, Produktion und die Fahrzeugbranche entwickelt, mit denen wir unseren Kunden helfen können. Dies bietet uns enorme Chancen." Das Internet der Dinge ist das nächste „große Ding"  des Informationszeitalters. IoT automatisiert die Arbeitsflüsse von Kerngeschäftsbereichen durch die Digitalisierung der Datenerfassung, um Erkenntnisse über Abläufe auf der maschinennahen Ebene zu gewinnen. Enterprise Computing findet am Netzwerkrand und in der Cloud statt, um Verzögerungen gering zu halten. Die Folgen ungenauer Informationen oder nicht sehr zielgenau ausgerichteter Aktionen können sehr teuer (Unterbrechung der Lieferkette), gefährlich (leckende Pipeline) oder sogar tödlich (medizinische Fehler) sein. Im IoT sind Skalierungsfähigkeit und Sicherheit besonders kritisch. MobileIron hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt, eine einheitliche Plattform und ein einziges Kontroll-Fenster für die Sicherheit und Verwaltung von IoT-Dienstleistungen bereitzustellen. MobileIron sieht IoT als große Marktchance und bringt in seine Lösung das ganze Gewicht seiner Kompetenz in puncto Software und Innovation ein. Die Dreipunktearchitektur von MobileIron, nämlich Richtlinienverwaltung, Edge Client und Netzwerk-Gateway ist direkt auf die Herausforderungen von IoT-Einführungen anwendbar. Administratoren automatisieren die Regeln mithilfe der Richtlinienverwaltung. Der Edge Client setzt die Aktivitäten im IoT-Gateway um und überwacht die Sicherheitssituation. Das Netzwerk-Gateway stellt sicher, dass die IoT-Daten sicher übertragen werden und keinen Man-in-the-Middle-Angriffen ausgesetzt sind. Und alle diese Aktivitäten sind hochskalierbar. Santhosh Nair kommt als Leiter der neuen Division IoT zu MobileIron. Santhosh verfügt über mehr als 20 Jahre internationale Erfahrung in Strategie, im Ingenieurwesen und im Produktmanagement. Zuvor war er bei Wind River, einem Unternehmen von Intel, als Vice President und General Manager der IoT-Geschäftseinheit tätig und für die Beziehungen zu Schlüsselkunden in einem breiten Marktspektrum verantwortlich. Vor Wind River arbeitete er 15 Jahre lang bei GE Healthcare, zuletzt als Worldwide Product Manager des mit $ 1,5 Milliarden bezifferten Computertomografiegeschäfts (CT). Er besitzt einen MBA in Strategie und Marketing der Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management und einen BTech in Elektronik und Telekommunikation des Government College of Engineering, Trivandrum, Indien. „Als ich das Team von MobileIron traf, war ich von dessen Fachwissen in puncto Internet der Dinge beeindruckt und ich bin stolz, dass ich diese Expertise nun in entsprechende Produkte umsetzen kann", sagt Santhosh Nair, VP, IoT von MobileIron. „Die Endpunktsicherheit von Unternehmen ist für die erfolgreiche Umsetzung von IoT-Technologien besonders wichtig und zahlreiche der technischen Innovationen von MobileIron können direkt auf IoT angewandt werden. Ich bin überzeugt, dass wir hier eine große Chance und einen enormen Marktvorsprung haben." MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL) bietet Unternehmen in der ganzen Welt die sichere Basis für ihre Verwandlung in Mobile First Organisationen. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter: http://www.mobileiron.com


News Article | February 22, 2017
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Santhosh Nair dirigera la R et D de l'IdO et un produit sera lancé ultérieurement cette année MOUNTAIN VIEW, Californie, 22 février 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- MobileIron (NASDAQ : MOBL), l'épine dorsale de la sécurité pour l'entreprise numérique, a annoncé aujourd'hui qu'elle a formé une division d'Internet des objets (IdO) qui ciblera le renforcement de la chaîne de confiance de bout en bout du capteur à l'application à la passerelle au nuage et au réseau. La société a également annoncé que Santhosh Nair a rejoint MobileIron à titre de VP de l'IdO pour diriger la division. Il va collaborer avec Suresh Batchu, le cofondateur et le directeur de MobileIron. L'objectif de MobileIron est d'avoir un produit IdO prêt pour la vente plus tard cette année. Bain & Company estime que d'ici 2020, les recettes des fournisseurs IdO pourraient dépasser 470 milliards USD. L'annonce a été faite ce matin durant l'Analyst Day de MobileIron. Une diffusion Web audio en direct de la présentation peut être consultée en visitant la page Investors (investisseurs) du site Web de l'entreprise MobileIron à http://investors.mobileiron.com. La rediffusion de la présentation sera disponible pendant un an après la présentation. De nombreux systèmes IdO existants ont des limites importantes, car ils sont hautement personnalisés et inflexibles, ce qui les rend difficiles à configurer et coûteux à maintenir pendant le cycle de vie du système. La plateforme IdO de MobileIron sera conçue pour : « Il y a eu beaucoup de battage autour de l'Internet des objets et la plupart n'étaient que juste ça : du battage. L'erreur que beaucoup d'entreprises font avec l'IdO est qu'elles commencent en regardant le problème à partir du capteur et qu'elles remontent », a déclaré Barry Mainz, président et PDG de MobileIron. « Notre approche centrée sur le client va exactement dans le sens contraire. Au cours de la dernière année, nous avons travaillé directement avec nos clients et nos partenaires opérateurs internationaux pour comprendre la manière dont les entreprises veulent utiliser l'IdO et les défis auxquels elles sont confrontées. En conséquence, nous avons défini des cas d'utilisation spécifiques dans les secteurs de la santé, l'énergie, la fabrication et l'automobile où nous pouvons aider nos clients. Cela crée une formidable opportunité pour nous ». L'Internet des objets est la prochaine frontière de l'ère de l'information. L'IdO automatise les flux de travail des activités principales en numérisant la collecte de données afin de recueillir des perspectives qui mènent à l'action physique. L'informatique d'entreprise se produit à la périphérie du réseau et dans le nuage pour réduire la latence. Les conséquences d'informations inexactes ou d'actions inappropriées peuvent être coûteuses (perturbation de la chaîne d'approvisionnement), dangereuses (une fuite de pipeline), ou mortelles (erreurs médicales). Dans l'IdO, la mise à l'échelle et la sécurité sont essentielles. L'objectif de MobileIron est de fournir une plateforme unifiée et un écran unique pour sécuriser et gérer les services de l'IdO. La solution IdO de MobileIron applique le leadership et l'innovation logiciels de la société pour cette nouvelle opportunité de marché. L'architecture à trois points de MobileIron du moteur de la politique, du client de bord et de la passerelle de réseau est directement applicable aux défis de déploiements de l'IdO. Les administrateurs automatisent les règles en utilisant le moteur de la politique. Le client de bord applique des actions sur la passerelle IdO et surveille les dispositifs de sécurité. La passerelle de réseau garantit que les données IdO sont transmises de façon sécurisée et non sensibles aux attaques en homme du milieu. Et, toutes ces actions sont effectuées à très grande échelle. Santhosh Nair rejoint MobileIron pour diriger la nouvelle division. Santhosh dispose de plus de 20 ans d'expérience internationale dans la stratégie, l'ingénierie et la gestion des produits. Il joint notre société après avoir été le vice-président et directeur général de l'unité commerciale IdO de Wild River où il a également géré les relations clients clés dans de vastes marchés. Avant Wind River, il a passé plus de 15 ans chez GE Healthcare où il a culminé dans son rôle de gestionnaire de produits à l'échelle internationale des activités de 1, 5 milliards USD de tomodensitométrie (TDM). Il est titulaire d'un MBA en stratégie et marketing de l'institution Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management et d'un baccalauréat technique en électronique et télécommunications de l'institution Government College of Engineering, Trivandrum, Inde. « Lorsque j'ai rencontré l'équipe de MobileIron, j'ai été impressionné par leurs connaissances sur l'Internet des objets et je suis ravi de mettre ces idées en exécution », a déclaré Santhosh Nair, le VP, IdO, MobileIron. « La sécurité de point de terminaison des entreprises est essentielle à l'adoption réussie des technologies pour l'Internet des objets et de nombreuses innovations techniques de MobileIron sont directement applicables à l'IdO. Je crois que nous avons une grande opportunité et une énorme avance sur le marché ». MobileIron (NASDAQ : MOBL) fournit les bases aux entreprises du monde entier leur permettant de se transformer en organismes Mobile First. Pour plus d'informations, veuillez visiter : http://www.mobileiron.com.


News Article | February 22, 2017
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HILVERSUM, Nederland, 22 februari 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL), de security backbone voor de digitale onderneming richt een divisie op voor het Internet of Things (IoT). De nieuwe divisie concentreert zich op het bouwen van een end-to-end chain of trust die bestaat uit de sensor, app, gateway naar de cloud en het netwerk. Santhosh Nair is aangetrokken  als VP om de IoT-divisie aan te sturen. Nair zal nauw samenwerken met Suresh Batchu, medeoprichter en Chief Technology Officer van MobileIron. MobileIron is van plan om later dit jaar een IoT-product klaar te hebben voor verkoop. Bain & Company schat dat rond 2020 de omzet van IoT-leveranciers kan oplopen tot meer dan $470 miljard. De aankondiging is gedaan tijdens de analistendag van MobileIron. De live audiowebcast van de presentatie is beschikbaar via http://investors.mobileiron.com/. De opname van de presentatie kan gedurende een jaar na dato worden beluisterd. Vele bestaande IoT-systemen hebben significante beperkingen omdat ze in hoge mate op maat gemaakt en inflexibel zijn, waardoor ze moeilijk zijn te configureren en het onderhoud gedurende de levenscyclus van het systeem duur uitvalt. Het IoT-platform van MobileIron wordt ontworpen met het oog op: "Er is een grote hype rond het Internet of Things en in de meeste gevallen is het niet meer dan dat: hype. De vergissing die veel bedrijven begaan met IoT, is dat ze het probleem benaderen vanaf de sensor naar boven", aldus Barry Mainz, President en CEO van MobileIron. "Wij hebben precies het tegenovergestelde gedaan. Het afgelopen jaar hebben we intensief samengewerkt met onze klanten en wereldwijde operationele partners om tot een begrip te komen van de manier waarop klanten IoT willen gebruiken en met welke uitdagingen ze worden geconfronteerd. Hieruit hebben we specifieke gebruikscases gedefinieerd voor de gezondheidszorg, energiesector, maakindustrie en auto-industrie waarmee we onze klanten kunnen helpen. Voor ons resulteert dit in geweldige nieuwe kansen.". Het Internet of Things is het nieuwe onontgonnen terrein van het informatietijdperk. Met IoT kunnen de belangrijkste bedrijfsprocessen worden geautomatiseerd door het digitaliseren van de dataverzameling  om zo inzichten te verkrijgen die vertaald kunnen worden in fysieke acties. Om vertraging in dataoverdracht te voorkomen vinden veel van deze zakelijke computerprocessen plaats aan de rand van het netwerk en in de cloud. De gevolgen van onjuiste informatie of ongewenste acties kunnen kostbaar (verstoring van de supply chain), gevaarlijk (lek in een pijpleiding) of zelfs dodelijk (medische fouten) zijn. Voor IoT zijn schaal en beveiliging van vitaal belang. MobileIron heeft zich ten doel gesteld om een geïntegreerd platform te leveren met een enkel dashboard voor het beveiligen en beheren van IoT-services. Met de IoT-oplossing van MobileIron past het bedrijf het leiderschap op het gebied van software en innovatie toe op deze nieuwe marktkans. De driepunts-architectuur van MobileIron op basis van policy-engine, edge-client en netwerk-gateway is direct van toepassing op de uitdagingen van IoT-implementaties. Systeembeheerders automatiseren regels met behulp van de policy-engine. De edge-client dwingt acties af in de IoT-gateway en bewaakt de beveiliging. De netwerkgateway zorgt ervoor dat IoT-gegevens veilig worden overgedragen en niet worden blootgesteld aan man-in-the-middle-aanvallen. En al deze acties worden uitgevoerd op gigantische schaal. MobileIron's nieuwe divisie zal worden geleid door Santhosh Nair. Santhosh heeft meer dan 20 jaar aan internationale ervaring in strategie, engineering en productmanagement. Hij is afkomstig van Wind River, onderdeel van Intel, waar hij Vice President & General Manager van de business unit voor IoT was en belangrijke klantrelaties beheerde in een breed aantal markten. Voordat hij naar Wind River ging, werkte hij 15 jaar bij GE Healthcare met als hoogtepunt zijn rol als Worldwide Product Manager voor de afdeling Computed Tomography (CT), die een omzet van $1,5 miljard realiseerde. Hij heeft een MBA in Strategie & Marketing van de Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management en heeft een graad als Bachelor of Technology in elektronica en telecommunicatie van de Government College of Engineering in Trivandrum, India. "Toen ik het team van MobileIron ontmoette, was ik onder de indruk van hun inzichten in het Internet of Things en ik ben blij met de kans om die in de praktijk te brengen", aldus Santhosh Nair, VP voor IoT bij MobileIron. "Zakelijke endpoint security is van cruciaal belang voor een succesvolle adoptie van technologieën voor het Internet of Things en veel van de technische innovaties van MobileIron zijn direct van toepassing op IoT. Ik denk dat de kansen voor ons groot zijn en dat we een flinke voorsprong op de markt hebben".


News Article | February 22, 2017
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Santhosh Nair to Lead IoT R&D; Product to Launch Later This Year MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Feb. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL), the security backbone for the digital enterprise, today announced that it has formed an Internet of Things (IoT) division which will focus on building an end-to-end chain of trust from sensor to app to gateway to cloud to network. The company also announced that Santhosh Nair has joined MobileIron as VP IoT to lead the division. He will work closely with MobileIron co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Suresh Batchu. MobileIron is targeting having an IoT product ready for sale later this year. Bain & Company estimates that by 2020 IoT vendor revenue could exceed $470 billion. The announcement was made this morning at MobileIron's Analyst Day. A live audio webcast of the presentation may be accessed by visiting the Investors page of the MobileIron corporate website at http://investors.mobileiron.com/. A replay of the presentation will be available for one year following the presentation. Many existing IoT systems have significant limitations because they are highly customized and inflexible, which makes them hard to configure and expensive to maintain over the system's lifecycle. MobileIron's IoT platform will be designed to: "There's been a lot of hype around the Internet of Things and most of it is just that: hype. The mistake that a lot of companies make with IoT is that they start by looking at the problem from the sensor up," said Barry Mainz, President and CEO, MobileIron. "Our customer-focused approach is exactly the opposite. Over the last year, we have worked hand-in-hand with our customers and global operator partners to understand how companies want to use IoT and what challenges they face. As a result, we have defined specific use cases in healthcare, energy, manufacturing, and automotive where we can help our customers. This creates a tremendous opportunity for us." The Internet of Things is the next frontier of the Information Age. IoT automates core business workflows by digitizing the collection of data in order to gather insights that drive physical action. Enterprise computing happens at the network edge and in the cloud to reduce latency. The consequences of inaccurate information or inappropriate action can be costly (supply chain disruption), dangerous (a pipeline leak), or deadly (medical errors). In IoT, scale and security are critical. MobileIron's goal is to provide a unified platform and a single pane of glass to secure and manage IoT services. MobileIron's IoT solution applies the company's software leadership and innovation to this new market opportunity. MobileIron's three-point architecture of policy engine, edge client, and network gateway is directly applicable to the challenges of IoT deployments. Administrators automate rules using the policy engine. The edge client enforces actions on the IoT gateway and monitors security posture. The network gateway ensures that IoT data is transmitted securely and not susceptible to man-in-the-middle attacks. And all these actions are done at massive scale. Joining MobileIron to lead the new division is Santhosh Nair. Santhosh brings more than 20 years of international experience in strategy, engineering and product management. He joins from Wind River, an Intel company, where he was the Vice President & General Manager of the IoT business unit and managed key customer relationships across broad markets. Prior to Wind River, he spent over 15 years at GE Healthcare culminating in his role as Worldwide Product Manager for the $1.5B Computed Tomography (CT) business. He holds an MBA in Strategy & Marketing from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management and a BTech in electronics and telecommunications from Government College of Engineering, Trivandrum, India. "When I met with the team at MobileIron, I was impressed with their insights on the Internet of Things and I'm excited to turn these insights into execution," said Santhosh Nair, VP, IoT, MobileIron. "Enterprise endpoint security is critical to the successful adoption of technologies for the Internet of Things and many of MobileIron's engineering innovations are directly applicable to IoT. I believe we have a big opportunity and a huge market lead." MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL) provides the secure foundation for companies around the world to transform into Mobile First organizations. For more information, please visit: http://www.mobileiron.com.


John R.P.,INRS - Institute National de la Recherche Scientifique | Anisha G.S.,Government College | Nampoothiri K.M.,Indian National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science and Technology | Pandey A.,Indian National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science and Technology
Bioresource Technology | Year: 2011

Population outburst together with increased motorization has led to an overwhelming increase in the demand for fuel. In the milieu of economical and environmental concern, algae capable of accumulating high starch/cellulose can serve as an excellent alternative to food c rops for bioethanol production, a green fuel for sustainable future. Certain species of algae can produce ethanol during dark-anaerobic fermentation and thus serve as a direct source for ethanol production. Of late, oleaginous microalgae generate high starch/cellulose biomass waste after oil extraction, which can be hydrolyzed to generate sugary syrup to be used as substrate for ethanol production. Macroalgae are also harnessed as renewable source of biomass intended for ethanol production. Currently there are very few studies on this issue, and intense research is required in future in this area for efficient utilization of algal biomass and their industrial wastes to produce environmentally friendly fuel bioethanol. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.


Ramegowda M.,Government College
New Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2013

Density functional theory (DFT)/time dependent density functional theory (TDDFT) calculations combined with the effective fragment potential (EFP) method have been carried out to study the electronic structure and the excited state properties of 6-aminocoumarin (6AC) with five water molecules (6AC-(H 2O)5 complex). Ground-state geometries are optimized using DFT with the B3LYP functional combined with cc-pVDZ basis sets and transition energies are computed with the same basis set and functional. One intermolecular hydrogen bond (HB) N⋯H-O (type A) is formed between the amino group of 6AC and one water molecule, two intermolecular HBs CO⋯H-O (type B) are formed between the carbonyl group of 6AC and two water molecules, and two HBs of N-H⋯O (type C), via participation of their amino hydrogen atoms, with the oxygen atoms of water molecules. The change in hydrogen bond energy, ΔEHB of the 6AC-(H2O)5 molecule and ΔEHB for each HB of the 6AC-(H2O)5 molecule are calculated separately. Upon excitation of the 6AC-(H 2O)5 complex, the A type HB is weakened with a decrease of 11.03 kJ mol-1 energy, whereas B and C type HBs are strengthened with increases of 5.28 and 18.14 kJ mol-1 energy, respectively. In this theoretical work, ΔEHB is calculated using the procedure proposed by T. Nagata et al. to calculate solute-solvent interaction energy in J. Chem. Phys., 2011, 134, 034110 and this study also confirmed again that intermolecular hydrogen bonds between the 6AC chromophore and aqueous solvents are strengthened, not cleaved upon electronic excitation, which is in accordance with Zhao's works (2011 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J. Comput. Chem., 2011, 32, 545). © 2013 The Royal Society of Chemistry and the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique.


Singh B.,Government College
Acta Mechanica | Year: 2010

Reflection of plane waves at a traction-free and electrically shorted/charge-free surface of a prestressed piezoelectric medium is studied. The reflection coefficients of qP and qSV waves are derived for electrically shorted and charge-free cases. The effect of initial stress on the reflection coefficients is discussed for a particular example of Lithium niobate. © 2009 Springer-Verlag.

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