The Fourth generation (4G) Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard for cellular communications represents a substantial leap forward in terms of capacity and services capabilities. However, it also presents a unique challenge as its all-IP nature exposes vulnerabilities that were heretofore not substantial concerns. LTE network planners need to address many physical and logical security aspects. For example, there is a critical need to protect the communication links between UEs, base stations, and the EPC network from protocol attacks and physical intrusions.
This research is highly recommended for anyone involved in LTE network planning, device procurement, and/or application [...]
Developing the right environment For Systems Integrators, Local Authorities, Police Authorities and organisations involved in the implementation, management, delivery & integration of camera technology such as CCTV and ANPR (automatic number plate recognition), the transference of critical data securely and efficiently is a key aspect in creating resilient systems. Challenges that such operators can face include [...]
Stream Communications Kevin McDowall and Nigel Chadwick Pic Peter Devlin[/caption]Nigel Chadwick has overall strategic responsibility and team leadership in respect of the globalisation of its IoTx connectivity enablement platform and has to date played a key role in steering Stream Technologies to the company’s current leading position within the wireless connectivity field.
He is a chartered accountant and was awarded Entrepreneur of the Year 2013, with substantial experience and wide ranging expertise in the M2M and IoT sectors, frequently presenting or moderating at specific events in the USA, Far East and Europe.
Stream Technologies provides and enables [...]
Tracy Hopkins formally joins Stream Technologies today as SVP, Low Power Radio Networks (IoT). Previously with Neul, Tracy’s appointment underlines Stream’s commitment to enabling leading edge wireless technologies for M2M and IoT.
Nigel Chadwick, CEO comments “we are rapidly globalising our IoT-X platform and ecosystem. LPRN technology is predicted to enable data transit for a high proportion of end point sensors and other devices. This wireless layer will be crucial to smart city, smart home and other IoT deployments. As with cellular and satellite, Stream continues to focus on quality of service and Tracy’s LPRN technical & commercial know-how [...]