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Digi International: What Is Clean Tech And How Is IoT Enabling It?
March 25, 2022
Financial news website MarketScreener.com highlighted a story about the growth of “clean tech” and “green tech” solutions that companies and cities around the world are adopting to reduce their environmental impact. With the help of IoT solutions, these entities are saving energy, reducing waste and performing key functions like remote equipment monitoring and maintenance with minimal carbon emissions.
Giant Eagle Expands Partnership With Digi International; Vic Vercammen and Guy Yehiav Share
March 24, 2022
Online newsletter Deli Market News reports that Giant Eagle, one of biggest food retailers in the U.S., has expanded its partnership with SmartSense by Digi® by deploying 32,000 new SmartSense digital temperature monitoring devices. Giant Eagle’s VP of Risk and Chief Compliance Officer, Vic Vercammen, commented that “capturing detailed data insights and prescriptive analytics via SmartSense’s advanced technologies will enhance our team members’ ability to monitor product freshness in real time.”
Giant Eagle Expands Partnership With Digi International; Vic Vercammen and Guy Yehiav Share
March 23, 2022
And Now U Know, an online news source for the fresh produce industry, carried the story of grocery chain Giant Eagle’s growing partnership with SmartSense by Digi®. And Now U Know explained that the SmartSense system combines wireless sensors, food probes, digital checklists, remote monitoring software and analytics tools to provide “actionable insights that can drive quality control, employee productivity, and food safety compliance for Giant Eagle.”
What Is Micromobility?
March 10, 2022
The growing popularity of “micromobility” is the topic of this article in the business news website Publicnow.com. Micromobility services include e-scooters provided by companies like Lyft and Bird, as well as bike sharing programs and even Segway rentals, which are ideal for short trips in congested urban areas. And much of micromobility’s success depends on IoT-powered payment systems, GPS location monitoring and other key functions.
IoT in Transportation: Solutions and Applications
March 04, 2022
Financial news website MarketScreener.com features an article by Digi Senior Marketing Writer, Jayna Locke, about the expanding role of IoT in transportation. IoT solutions already make transportation safer, faster and more efficient with applications such as Positive Train Control (PTC) and Smart Traffic Management Systems (STMS). But many more innovations are on the way, thanks to 5G, connected vehicle technology, new transit passenger amenities, EV charging stations and more.
Technology Will Shape the Future of Public Transportation
March 02, 2022
The website of Informed Infrastructure, a magazine for civil and structural engineers, features a video interview with Steve Mazur, Business Development Director for Government at Digi. Steve described major projects in New York and Chicago that showcase new capabilities for IoT and he explained why he believes we are at an inflection point for the future role of IoT technologies in traffic management and public transportation.
Tackling traffic in NYC and beyond
February 16, 2022
A year after New York City replaced a copper-based traffic management infrastructure controlling 14,000 intersections with a new cellular system, their successful approach is being made available to other municipalities through the National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO). This article in Fierce Electronics describes the solution from AT&T and Digi, which is also supporting a connected vehicle pilot project with Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) connectivity.
Digi International : What Is Environmental Monitoring?
February 11, 2022
In the past, environmental monitoring was primarily for ecological purposes. But this article in MarketScreener.com, authored by Digi’s Quinn Jones, explains that today, “industries like manufacturing, agriculture and energy are using networks of Internet of Things (IoT) devices to integrate environmental monitoring into their operations, dramatically transforming the way these businesses interact with and respond to their surroundings.”
Complete, Rapid Roll-out Solutions for Traffic Management from AT&T and Digi Now Available via NASPO
February 08, 2022
A “turnkey smart traffic management solution” now available through the National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) was recently featured on the Business Wire website. This solution is offered by AT&T and Digi with pre-negotiated contracts that enable municipalities to deploy smart traffic management systems rapidly, while “bypassing lengthy contractual and procurement processes.”
New Public Transit Technology: How Emerging Tech Is Changing Transportation
February 03, 2022
Publicnow.com, a website that covers news from influential companies and government organizations, picked up an article by David Ridenour of Digi, which describes how new technology such as 5G, artificial intelligence (AI) and edge computing are driving unprecedented changes in public transit and helping provide a better, safer passenger experience.
Digi’s Enterprise Router Adds 5G Connectivity
January 31, 2022
If you want to deploy one of the amazing new 5G applications, where can you get the equipment to handle it? From Digi of course. Embedded Computing Design, a popular online resource for engineers and developers, reports on the release of Digi’s new EX50 5G enterprise router—the “5G go-to product” for primary, backup, or fixed wireless access connectivity.
What Can 5G Do For Business: Enterprise, Industry And Transportation
January 27, 2022
We’ve all seen the ads promoting 5G for phones. But what will 5G do for business? This article in the financial news website MarketScreener.com outlines the many benefits that 5G connectivity will deliver for business applications in industries ranging from retail and manufacturing to transit, traffic management and more.
Digi 5G Products
January 24, 2022
For organizations planning to build—or deploy—applications that require the speed and low latency of 5G, Digi offers a roadmap and migration path to help make the journey successful. This article in Publicnow.com, a website that aggregates business news from around the world, describes several of the key products in Digi’s growing portfolio of 5G and 5G-ready products.
Predictions on Tech Trends That Will Shape 2022 (Part 2!)
January 18, 2022
The editors at London-based TechRound collected industry predictions from more than 40 experts on important technology trends that will shape 2022. One of those experts is Harald Remmert, CTO for Cellular Solutions at Digi, who sees more companies looking at “nearshoring” and using in-country production to gain better control over their supply chain. Read what else is ahead for the year.
Digi International : Introducing the Digi Connect EZ Family of Serial Device Servers
January 13, 2022
Financial news website MarketScreener.com recently highlighted the introduction of Digi’s new Connect EZ family of serial device servers. Outlining the many benefits of these cost-effective solutions, MarketScreener.com added that Digi Connect EZ offers “excellent security, centralized management and ease-of-use … and is designed for a long product lifecycle.”
IoT Predictions for 2022
January 11, 2022
What’s ahead for IoT in 2022? To find out, software development firm Kopis sampled the opinions of industry leaders from all areas of IoT. As to Smart Cities, Kopis said that utilities will be an easy focus for many municipalities. “Government incentives like the U.S. infrastructure bill will fuel IoT investment” said Harald Remmert, CTO for Cellular Solutions at Digi. “Most importantly, easy to deploy, easy to monitor, and easy to use solutions, will be key to driving digital transformation.”
IoT And The Supply Chain: How Machine Learning Eases Bottlenecks
January 06, 2022
How can IoT ease bottlenecks in the world’s supply chains? This article in MarketScreener.com, authored by Jeff Eltringham, Head of Marketing at SmartSense by Digi, explains that logistics professionals can use IoT solutions, specifically machine learning models, to process enormous volumes of supply chain data, identify patterns, and then use those insights to speed incident response.
Fractured edge-gateway market starts to heat up
January 05, 2022
The edge computing market is expanding quickly. And it all depends on edge gateways that “process data from sensors, monitors, and industrial controllers … passing only actionable information … while weeding out bandwidth-hogging noise.” This article in Network World looks at the landscape of vendors offering “high-octane edge gateways” and places Digi among those offering “streamlined gateways [that] give businesses the ability to spin up edge capabilities quickly and affordably.”
Check out the 15 Minnesota Companies Heading to CES 2022
January 03, 2022
Tech.MN reports that in January, Digi was one of 15 Minnesota companies with a presence at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Along with 3M, Best Buy, Toro and others, the Minnesota delegation at CES represented industries from robots and IoT sensors to electric bicycles, customizable beds and consumer appliances.
Digi International, slowly transforming business model, increased share value 25% in 2021
January 02, 2022
The Minneapolis Star Tribune speaks glowingly of Digi’s transformation from a company that primarily builds IoT devices into one that also provides essential software and services for managing IoT networks in the field. In this article in the newspaper’s business section, the Star Tribune took special notice of Digi’s rising earnings and stock price under the leadership of CEO Ron Konezny, and commented on Digi’s November 2021 acquisition of Ventus Holdings, noting that “The deal was hailed by Wall Street.”
Digi (DGII) to Demonstrate Innovative Solutions at CES 2022
December 28, 2021
Zacks.com, a website that provides independent stock market research for investors, covered Digi’s appearance at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), highlighting the unveiling of the new Digi EX50 5G cellular router. The story also approvingly referred to Digi’s acquisition of edge automation solutions provider, Ctek, Inc. The author said of Digi, “Its participation in CES 2022 is expected to be a game-changer for supporting intelligent edge solutions in the near future across a diverse set of customers.”
Digi International : How is EV Infrastructure Developing and Growing in the US?
December 17, 2021
Financial news website MarketScreener.com recently featured an article by Jayna Locke, Senior Marketing Writer at Digi, about the growing pressure to develop infrastructure for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The article points out that while chargers need to be more accessible, their networks also need to be manageable at scale. And to accomplish that, Smart Cities globally are taking the initiative to integrate Internet of Things (IoT) technology into local power grids.
Long Range Vs. Short Range Wireless Communications: What’s Best For Your Project?
December 10, 2021
“Selecting a wireless module solution should be easy. In a perfect world you would simply pick the one with the longest range. That way, no matter how far apart your devices are deployed, they'd always be able to communicate. Alas, it's not that simple.” In this in-depth article for the Publicnow.com website, industry consultant Robert Faludi, Head of Product at Perceptive Things, outlines the important considerations to take into account when choosing between short- or long-range wireless communication modules.
Digi International Connect EZ provides connectivity for critical infrastructure and distributed systems
December 09, 2021
Help Net Security, an independent website that has focused on information security since 1998, recently reported on the launch of Connect EZ®, Digi’s next-generation family of device servers. The Help Net Security story said that ConnectEZ “leapfrogs outdated serial-interface designs to provide an easy-to-deploy, reliable and innovative solution that ensures longevity and manageability.”
Connect EZ: A Modern Take on Serial Connectivity with LTE and Wi-Fi Options
December 09, 2021
Digi’s release of the new Connect EZ® family of device servers was covered by Embedded Computing Design, a popular online resource for engineers and developers. Reporter Chad Cox highlighted the fact that serial solutions like the Connect EZ, which provides connectivity for business, commercial, and industrial automation applications, can “efficiently communicate over a wider range of differing networks … through Wi-Fi, cellular or Ethernet.”
5G and Intelligent Transportation Tech Fuel Smart City Advances
November 30, 2021
In an article for Circuit Cellar Magazine, a monthly publication for the international embedded design community, Steve Mazur of Digi traces the modern “Smart Cities” movement all the way back to the famous Futurama exhibit at the 1939 World’s Fair. Mazur then describes some of today’s smart city technologies and explains why public-private collaboration will be key to the success of smart cities projects in the future.
What is LTE: How It Works and Why It Matters
November 19, 2021
As 5G networks begin rolling out around the world, many organizations still rely on 4G LTE to connect their industrial IoT networks. But what exactly is “LTE”? Financial news website MarketScreener.com recently featured an article authored by Harald Remmert, Senior Director of Technology at Digi, that explains where LTE (long term evolution) technology fits into the varied landscape of cellular connectivity.
Digi International introduces TX64 5G Rail Router for Intelligent Transportation Systems
November 13, 2021
Rail-grade certifications, 5G connectivity with 4G failover, and advanced GNSS technology all characterize Digi’s new high-performance cellular router, the Digi TX64 5G Rail. Thermal Control Business Update, an industry magazine published in Mumbai, India, recently covered the introduction of the Digi TX64 5G Rail, noting that is also features geofencing capabilities that improve safety and operational efficiency.
Why Building An Intelligent Network Is Essential For Today’s Enterprises
November 12, 2021
While 75 percent of data center outages are preventable, downtime events continue to affect some of the world’s biggest cloud providers and tech companies. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In a post for the Forbes Technology Council, Council member and Digi CEO Ron Konezny outlines five “must-haves” for network managers to be able to assure always-on, always-secure networks.
How the Chicago Transit Authority Benefits from Real-Time Data Analysis
November 10, 2021
An article in State Tech Magazine describes how real-time occupancy data and demand forecasts are helping the Chicago Transit Authority improve both service and safety as the organization works to restore ridership to pre-pandemic levels. The article, authored by Steve Mazur of Digi International, explains how “an ecosystem of partners implemented video analytics, onboard cameras and routers to provide real-time insights into occupancy across multiple vehicles.”
Chicago transit-occupancy system wins IoT Deployment of the Year Award
November 09, 2021
Traffic Technology Today reported that Digi International, along with partners Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) and City Tech Collaborative, recently received IoT World’s “IoT Deployment of the Year Award” for a transit-occupancy pilot project on one of the city’s busiest bus routes. The IoT World awards celebrate innovative individuals, teams, organizations and partnerships that advance IoT technologies.
Press Release: Digi International Introduces TX64 5G Rail Router for Intelligent Transportation Systems at APTA Conference
November 05, 2021
Internet news site Houston Energy Industry News featured a news release on the introduction of the Digi TX64 5G Rail cellular router, a device specifically designed for rail and transit applications. Among other advantages, the TX64 5G Rail offers untethered dead reckoning, which delivers consistent accuracy, “even in areas with signal interference, such as urban areas, canyons, tunnels, and remote rail yards.”
Digi International Inks $347M Deal to Buy Networking Services Firm
November 04, 2021
The home town business press weighed in approvingly on Digi’s recent acquisition of networking services firm Ventus Holdings. Twin Cities Business quoted Digi CEO Ron Konezny, who explained that the purchase of Ventus will help Digi move away from selling “one-time hardware” to targeting “annualized recurring revenue via software and subscriptions.”
Synergies Abound in Digi’s Acquisition of Ventus
November 03, 2021
Analysts at VDC Research, a 50-year-old technology market intelligence and consulting firm, recently took note of Digi’s acquisition of Ventus Holdings, a managed network-as-a-service provider. VDC observed that the deal is “by far Digi’s largest acquisition ever” and that it presents “a range of synergies between the companies that will undoubtedly be of benefit to Digi.”
How did the packaging industry deliver the COVID-19 vaccine??
October 26, 2021
Distribution of the temperature-sensitive COVID-19 vaccine posed major challenges for the packaging industry. And the success of the vaccine rollout was due in part to sensors from SmartSense by a Digi. An in-depth story in Packaging Europe described how SmartSense solutions, capable of monitoring temperatures as low as -385 degrees F, can be attached to packaging and send out alerts by phone, email or SMS in the event of temperature variations.
Calculating the Hidden Cost of Gearing Up for Smart Cities
October 19, 2021
In a short video posted on the MarketScale website, host Daniel Litwin asked Steve Mazur, Business Development Director for Government Sectors at Digi International, about the funding and rollout challenges that cities face as they transition toward becoming “smart cities.”
The Digi TX64 5G Rail Router is designed for rail use
October 17, 2021
The Follow This Trending World Tech website, a popular online source of science and technology news, reported on the launch of the new the Digi TX64 5G Rail cellular router. The website noted that the router is equipped with a quad-core 64-bit processor, four M12 Gigabit Ethernet ports and two Wi-Fi 5 Gigabit radios, and it fully integrates with Digi Remote Manager, Digi’s intelligent network management platform.
5G In Public Transit And Commercial Transportation Systems
October 15, 2021
Publicnow.com, a website that aggregates news from around the world, picked up an informative article by David Ridenour of Digi, about the bright future of 5G technology in public transit and commercial rail applications. Ridenour outlined the capabilities of the new Digi TX64 5G and Digi TX64 5G Rail solutions and explained how they fit into a powerful IoT ecosystem for transportation.
Digi International Introduces TX64 5G Rail Router for Intelligent Transportation Systems
October 13, 2021
The unveiling of the new Digi TX64 5G Rail, a cellular router specifically designed for rail-transit applications, was reported in Informed Infrastructure, a magazine for civil and structural engineers. The article quoted Justin Schmid, Vice President and General Manager of Digi Cellular, who said that this new solution “provides an upgrade for current and future rail systems, leveraging the latest 5G and GNSS technology.”
Digi International: IoT and the Coffee Supply Chain
October 01, 2021
Coffee and the Internet of Things (IoT) are like old friends, with IoT solutions involved in nearly every aspect of the complex coffee supply chain. Financial news website MarketScreener.com recently featured an article written by Digi’s Jayna Locke, which outlined the role of IoT technologies in meeting the world’s $100 billion annual appetite for coffee.
Digi International : How to Stay Ahead of the 3G Network Sunset
September 30, 2021
The financial news website MarketScreener.com offers some background on the current 2G and 3G network shutdowns and provides reassurance to anyone who might be concerned about the fate of their 4G LTE networks. In an article authored by Harald Remmert, Senior Director of Technology at Digi, readers learn that the migration away from 2G and 3G is driven by a desire to repurpose spectrum for faster and more efficient 4G LTE and 5G devices, and that 4G LTE will be a viable option “for many years to come.”
The Top Network Upgrades You Should Consider Today
September 21, 2021
For network managers looking to keep pace with technology and protect their networks from evolving security threats, an article in Network Computing offers a quick rundown of upgrades that managers should be considering today. The article said that improving network management should be a top priority, quoting Harald Remmert, Senior Director of Technology at Digi. He observed that, because “opportunities for failure are endless … the key is to build a network with resilience, one that continues to operate, self-heals, fails over, and keeps customers and apps connected."
Green Tech: What It Is and How It Impacts You
September 17, 2021
Editors at Lifewire, a top-10 technology news website, recently spoke to Digi Sales Engineer Alec Jahnke about the main reasons why cities around the world are investing in “green” Internet of Things (IoT) technology. Not surprisingly, one of those reasons was cost. "At a time when budgets at all levels of government are under post-pandemic pressures,” said Jahnke, “IoT reduces costs while improving our eco-footprint and improving the quality of life."
Rise of the Smart Trailer
September 10, 2021
A new generation of smart trailers are capable of gathering data from sensors placed on pallets or even directly onto cargo in transit. An in-depth article in Transport Topics reviews these new capabilities and quotes Digi CEO Ron Konezny, who noted that Digi sensors are used by premium ice cream maker Haagen-Dazs to provide “confidence that during this chain of custody [with the carrier] the temperature is consistent and maintains [product] quality.”
Digi International : Edge Computing Examples Across Vertical Industries
September 09, 2021
MarketScreener.com, a leading financial news website, recently featured an article about the fast-growing field of edge computing written by Brandon Moser of Digi International. This article outlined some of the most promising use cases for edge computing, which is processing that takes place as close as possible to a process or thing being monitored by an IoT device. Examples included Electric Vehicles, Public Transit, Healthcare, Retail, Industrial Process Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance.
Leading Lights 2021: The Finalists
September 01, 2021
Finalists for the annual Leading Lights Awards were announced on September 1 by Light Reading, an independent B2B digital media platform for the global communications networking industry. These awards, now in their 17th year, recognize innovation in the industry. Digi was named a finalist in the “Outstanding Use Case: Service Provider IoT” category.
Two New Takes on IOT Help Tackle Restaurant Labor
August 27, 2021
With labor shortages putting an enormous strain on restaurant managers, “IOT can be an enticing place to look for some help.” So says an article in Franchise Times, which highlighted the labor-saving benefits of solutions from SmartSense by Digi. “Automated sensors filling out those temperature logs,” said Franchise Times, “is one less thing a manager has to deal with.”
Jollibee deploys temperature monitoring from Digi
August 23, 2021
Jollibee Foods Corp. has deployed SmartSense by Digi solutions for “hazard-analysis-critical-control-point and temperature monitoring” at 100 Jollibee fast-casual restaurants in North America, with more to come. As the company undertakes a rapid expansion across the North American market, SmartSense helps the company remotely manage multi-site locations and detect equipment issues early.
IoT Applications for Fleets
August 13, 2021
What can IoT do for fleet operators? In the case of SmartSense by Digi, IoT solutions can provide fleet operators with real-time, location-based, cold chain visibility, help them track assets, trips, and inventory though wireless sensors and cellular gateways — and present all that information through an on-demand dashboard in a centralized command center.
Mazur: How intelligent transportation can refuel economies post-Covid
August 12, 2021
In an article for Fierce Electronics, Steve Mazur, Director of Government at Digi, observes that as traffic in cities returns to pre-pandemic levels, some of the more stressful aspects of commuting “could be alleviated by a digital transformation of … public transit infrastructure.” That transformation, in the form of intelligent transportation systems (ITS), involves a portfolio of electronics, communications, computers, and sensors to improve safety, efficiency and service by using real-time information.
Embedded Toolbox: Seamless Pin Multiplexing on Advanced SoCs
August 10, 2021
OEMs and systems integrators with a need for pin multiplexing will want to watch this video, featuring Andreas Burghart, Principal IoT Technology Manager at Digi. In this video, Andreas explains how the Digi ConnectCore Smart IOMUX graphical tool “can help abstract the tedious task of data sheet diving and automatically generate the code needed to switch up pin performance on the fly.”
Conversations with industry about IoT in the Wizardry in Intelligent Transport Systems – and how to combine 5G, AI, IoT, and Edge
August 09, 2021
A feature report from Enterprise IoT Insights finds that “technologies like 5G and IoT will be key enablers of intelligent transportation systems (ITS).” The report quotes Steve Mazur, Director of Government at Digi, who said that 5G will enable image processing capabilities with “the computing and processing of that image done locally right there at the [traffic] intersection, using AI-based classification technology to determine what the image is.”
DevBoard Watch: Digi LoRaWAN Starter Kit
August 03, 2021
For companies interested in LoRaWAN for IoT, Digi has announced the release of an end-to-end LoRaWAN Starter Kit. That’s the news from Electronics Weekly, a publication now celebrating 60 years of serving the UK electronics industry. Electronics Weekly noted that the Starter Kit is “Arduino and ST Nucleo friendly” and that LoRaWAN can be used to communicate with sensors for weather and air quality monitoring, smart parking systems, smart recycling bins and much more.
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and how to combine 5G, AI, IoT and Edge
July 30, 2021
In this report, Enterprise IoT Insights spoke with industry leaders in the government and municipal space about digital transformation. The report provides conversations and insights with experts including Steve Mazur, Director, Government, at Digi International. Mazur described the impact of 5G and how it is "the enabling technology for a quick wireless communication link, which is critical for some of these newer ITS applications like connected vehicles."
Harald Remmert of Digi International On How 5G Technology May Improve and Impact Our Lives
July 19, 2021
In an Interview with David Liu for Authority Magazine, Harald Remmert, Senior Director of Technology at Digi, discussed his own background in the IoT industry and the potential of 5G to “dramatically change our lives for the better.” Harald specifically pointed to 1) Smart Cities, 2) Remote Work and Education, and 3) Smart Manufacturing as areas where 5G will have “the most impact on our day-to-day lives.”
Digi International: Wins 2021 IoT Evolution Product of the Year Award
July 15, 2021
When products win major awards, markets take notice. The MarketScreener website alerted its readers to the Digi WR31 router’s win for 2021 IoT Product of the Year Award, noting that this intelligent 4G LTE router is “recognized for providing rugged, reliable network connectivity” and is used to manage remote assets “in challenging environments where onsite visits are infrequent or impractical.”
Digi International Unveils Enterprise-Caliber Turnkey Starter Kit for LoRaWAN Connectivity
July 13, 2021
If you’re interested in the growing market for low-power wide-area network (LoRaWAN) solutions, a great place to start is the new enterprise starter kit from Digi. ITechnology Series reports that this turnkey starter kit provides “a complete LoRaWAN device-to-cloud solution,” based on technology from Digi’s recent acquisition of Haxiot.
New Internet of Things Capabilities Will Come Online as 5G Becomes More Available
July 12, 2021
In an article penned by Steve Mazur, Business Development Director for Government at Digi, we learn that “Everything… from vehicles, public transportation, water and traffic management, public safety, and green technologies will experience massive innovations with the advent of 5G.” Not only that, but for cash-strapped cities, 5G solutions “will pay for themselves in cost savings.”
DEV KIT WEEKLY: Digi International ConnectCore 8M Mini Development Kit
July 09, 2021
“Why would you need all of that performance in an industrial edge device? Well, machine vision and AI are a couple of answers.” That observation comes from Brandon Lewis, Editor-in-Chief of Embedded Computing Design, referring to the Digi International ConnectCore 8M Mini Development Kit. Brandon outlined many features of the new Digi ConnectCore 8M Mini and its Development Kit in a video posted on the Embedded Computing Design website.
Digi International Acquires California-Based Industrial Data Communications Company
July 08, 2021
A leading source for Minnesota technology news, tech.mn, observed that the acquisition of Ctek Inc. by Hopkins, Minnesota-based Digi will position the company “to provide customers with both battery and hardwired options for the control and monitoring of critical infrastructure, from complex off-shore oil rig locations to localized deployments such as municipal park lighting.”
Digi International boosts industrial IoT portfolio with Ctek acquisition
July 07, 2021
Enterprise IoT Insights, an online resource that “helps ICT decision makers make informed buying decisions,” reported on Digi’s acquisition of California-based Ctek, a company that builds “ruggedized products for automation and remote management, for industrial applications like lighting, irrigation, and water management.”
Digi International Acquires Ctek
July 07, 2021
In its coverage of Digi’s acquisition of Ctek, Sales Tech Series noted that this acquisition leaves Digi “uniquely positioned to provide customers with both battery and hardwired options for the control and monitoring of critical infrastructure, from complex off-shore oil rig locations to localized deployments such as municipal park lighting.”
Digi International acquires industrial automation company Ctek
July 07, 2021
In a story that identified Digi as one of the largest public companies in Minnesota, the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal quoted Brian Kirkendall, Digi’s General Manager and VP of Infrastructure Management, who said that "the addition of Ctek’s blue-chip customer base and user-focused platform positions Digi to expand our portfolio of purpose-built industrial internet of things solutions."
Winners of the 2021 IoT Evolution Product of the Year Awards Announced
July 06, 2021
The Digi WR31 4G LTE router was named a winner of the 2021 IoT Product of the Year Award by the global media company, TMC. The award recognizes “the latest innovative products and solutions in the exploding IoT market” and honors technology companies that are “prominent players in the market who consistently demonstrate the advancement of technologies.”
RFID News Roundup
July 01, 2021
Among the highlights in RFID Journal’s monthly News Roundup was the announcement of the new Digi ConnectCore 8M Mini system-on-module (SOM). Designed for industrial, medical, transportation and agricultural applications, this compact module (40 mm x 45 mm) simplifies embedded product development with integrated memory, power management, pre-certified wireless and built-in security, as well as Digi Embedded Yocto or Digi Embedded Android.
How 5G Can Open Doors To Vast Technological Improvements for Manufacturing Firms
June 30, 2021
In a guest column for Toolbox Tech, Harald Remmert, Senior Director of Technology at Digi, discussed the central role of 5G wireless technology in sparking the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” and in helping to deliver “breakthrough innovations previously in the realm of science fiction.”
IoT For All at IoT Evolution Expo: We're Back!
June 28, 2021
The team from IoT For All visited Miami, Florida, for the IoT Evolution Expo, enjoying one of the first “live” industry events in many months. They spent one-on-one time with representatives from Digi, to discuss the company’s successful traffic implementation in New York City, and spoke with people from OpenGear, a Digi company that offers secure remote management for network infrastructure.
Digi Introduces the Digi ConnectCore 8M Mini
June 25, 2021
The editors of Embedded Computing Design joined the chorus of industry new outlets highlighting the features of Digi’s latest system-on-module (SOM), the Digi Connect Core 8M Mini.
SOM platform employs NXP i.MX 8M Mini applications processor
June 23, 2021
EEWorld Online, a leading network of resources for electrical engineers, gave feature coverage to the release of the new Digi ConnectCore 8M Mini, which is based on NXP’s advanced i.MX 8M Mini applications processor.
10 IoT Networking Companies To Know About In 2021
June 21, 2021
CRN, the online magazine for solution providers and technology integrators, cited Digi’s “continuously expanding portfolio [which] includes the new Digi IX15 Zigbee router and gateway,” as one of the main reasons for including the company in its list of 10 IoT networking companies that its readers should know about in 2021.
Digi ConnectCore 8M Mini SOM and Mini Development Kit for Industrial IoT Applications
June 19, 2021
Industry coverage of the new Digi Connect Core 8M Mini SOM is taking special note of the product’s development kit, which “features a number of components for designing and building connected products on an industrial and productization-ready single board computer platform.”
IoT Applications for Fleets
June 18, 2021
While the Internet of Things (IoT) can sound complicated, an article in WorkTruck explains that, “it’s actually pretty easy to understand, and can be an incredibly useful tool…” That’s especially true when the cargo includes perishable vaccines and fleet managers need real-time monitoring to maintain cold chain visibility — which they get with solutions from SmartSense by Digi.
Product of the Week: Digi International ConnectCore 8 SoMs
June 16, 2021
The entire Digi ConnectCore® 8 family of embedded system on modules (SOMs) was named “Product of the Week” for June 14, 2021 by Embedded Computing Design, an online publication of OpenSystems Media. The editors observed that Digi ConnectCore 8 SOMs deliver “all of the fundamental technologies needed for a robust system design,” including “a range of tools architected to accelerate time to market.”
What Is IoT Architecture, and How Does It Enable Smart Cities?
June 16, 2021
“Without the Internet of Things, smart cities simply wouldn’t be all that smart.” So says an article in StateTech, an online magazine that explores technology issues facing IT professionals in state and local government. This article outlines the four critical layers of IoT architecture, offering insights from numerous experts, including Alec Jahnke, Sales Engineer at Digi International.
Design Insights: Securing the Future of IoT; In Search of Security, Reliability
June 10, 2021
Regular auditing and monitoring, along with multiple layers of security, are essential to protecting corporate networks from Internet predators. A review of top trending stories by the editors of Machine Design included that insight from Harald Remmert, Senior Director of Technology at Digi, as well as key results from a recent Outlook Survey by consulting firm KPMG.
The Future of IoT is in Speed—and Security
June 09, 2021
In a wide-ranging discussion with the editors of Machine Design, Harald Remmert, Senior Director of Technology at Digi, described some of the ways that the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) expanded during the pandemic, proving to be “incredibly helpful” to many organizations. Harald also identified several key best practices in security and outlined the opportunities — and challenges — of adopting 5G technology in an industrial setting.
People on the move - New hire placement
May 18, 2021
Digi International has introduced Mandi Karasek as its new Vice President of Human Resources. Mandi brings nearly 20 years of experience in both domestic and global corporate human resources to her new position, where she will be in charge of designing and delivering effective human resource strategies, as well as helping to set the company’s large-scale talent strategy.
Dual-Action IX15 Programmable IoT Gateway Connects Digi XBee-Enabled Devices to Remote Applications over Cellular and Ethernet
May 18, 2021
IoT Design Pro, a website dedicated to the electronics engineering community, covered the release of the Digi IX15 IoT Gateway and Cellular Router, an affordable solution that connects Digi XBee modules to cloud applications over cellular or Internet. Offering Class 1 Division 2 (C1D2) certification, along with a rugged enclosure, Digi IX15 is an ideal pick for developers creating products suitable for the harsh environments found in oil and gas, water/wastewater, solar, agriculture, and other industrial applications.
Digi IX15 IoT Gateway & Cellular Router features a Zigbee & BLE XBee module
May 12, 2021
CNX Software covered Digi's launch of the Digi IX15 IoT gateway and cellular router with Ethernet and 4G LTE connectivity, and support for Zigbee, Bluetooth 5.0, with an embedded Digi XBee® module. Digi IX15 supports rapid connectivity, configuration and management of XBee networks, enabling fast time to market.
Top 7 Things to Know About the Industrial IoT Market
May 04, 2021
This data-driven article describes the industrial IoT (IIoT) market - including the market growth, the technologies (such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality, data analytics, machines-as-a-service, robotics, self-driving vehicles, self-organizing production, sensor-driven computing, and virtual reality), and the top players of solutions supporting this growing market. Digi International was listed as one of the key providers.
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