By Indranil Chakraborty, Product Manager, Google Cloud Today, we’re excited to announce that Cloud IoT Core, our fully managed service to help securely connect and manage IoT devices at scale, is now generally available. With Cloud IoT Core, you can easily connect and centrally manage millions of globally dispersed connected devices. Show More Summary
Cloud IoT Core, Google’s fully managed service for connecting, managing and ingesting data from IoT devices, is now out of beta and generally available. Google envisions the service, which launched in public beta last September, as the first entry point for IoT data into its cloud. Show More Summary
Google Cloud today launched its service for managing connected electronic devices out of beta. Cloud IoT Core offers a system for managing the connection of internet of things (IoT) devices, like sensors, with Google’s cloud, as well as a pipeline for getting data to and from those devices. The new offering is fully managed, so […]
Google Inc. today launched into general availability its Cloud IoT Core managed service that’s designed to help enterprises securely connect and manage their “internet of things” devices. Google released Cloud IoT Core as a beta product...Show More Summary
Google announced plans to acquire Xively, an internet-of-things provider, from LogMeIn. The company's technology will be added to Google's Cloud IoT Core unit, helping it with device management, messaging, and dashboard features. Google...Show More Summary
This story was delivered to BI Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Google has moved its fully managed cloud-based IoT platform service, Cloud IoT Core, into public beta, reports Tech Republic. Show More Summary
By Indranil Chakraborty, Product Manager, Google Cloud At Google I/O, we introduced Google Cloud IoT Core, a fully managed service on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to help securely connect and manage IoT devices at scale. Since then, many...Show More Summary
With the Internet of Things (IoT), vehicles are evolving from self-contained commodities focused on transportation to sophisticated, Internet-connected endpoints often capable of two-way communication. The new data streams generatedShow More Summary
The Internet of Things has seen significant growth in the last few years and enterprises are looking to manage their large device installations. It is not surprising to note that the big players in the cloud space have been positioning themselves as IoT platform providers, since they have many of the necessary services in place.
By Indranil Chakraborty, Product Manager, Google Cloud Today we're announcing a new fully-managed Google Cloud Platform (GCP) service called Google Cloud IoT Core. Cloud IoT Core makes it easy for you to securely connect your globally...Show More Summary
Google Cloud launched a new Internet of Things management service today called Google Cloud IoT Core that provides a way for companies to manage IoT devices and process data being generated by those devices. A transportation or logistics...Show More Summary
Google Cloud IoT Core bundles a series of technologies into a managed service for smart city deployments. NXP, which has chips in the field in many smart cities, is on board.
Google sees a major revenue opportunity in the connected devices that companies are deploying to monitor their operations and automate key activities. Today, the technology giant introduced a cloud service called Cloud IoT Core that provides a central hub from which those endpoints can be run. Show More Summary
Microsoft is announcing today a whole bunch of new tools in its Azure public cloud in conjunction with the company’s first ever live-streamed AzureCon conference. India regions Starting today, the tech giant will offer core compute and storage services using data centers in three locations in India — Pune (Central India), Chennai (South India), and […]
Nivis, a global leader in Smart Grid and Industrial Wireless networking, Tuesday announced the availability of the Cloud Network Operations Center (NOC) for Internet of Things (IoT) management. The solution which is a core componentShow More Summary