Pandemic-Proofing and Optimizing Smart Buildings Operations
February 22nd, 2021
Buildings account for about 40 percent of total energy consumption, and nearly 40 percent of all carbon dioxide output nationwide–according to Alliance to Save Energy and EESI. To maintain energy efficiency levels, a growing number of municipalities are requiring some level of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification for new and renovated buildings that supplement a growing list of sustainability initiatives from states.
7 Must-Have Features of an Edge IoT Platform
February 18th, 2021
With Edge data centers proliferating faster than ever, these unmanned data centers face new management challenges with the onslaught of IoT, 5G, and distributed cloud-based applications. And now, in a pandemic crisis, secure connectivity and reliable remote management is paramount in maintaining uninterrupted uptime while adhering to social distancing rules and employee safety measures.
Pandemic Proofing Edge Data Center Monitoring with IoT Platforms
January 28th, 2021
In the pandemic recovery world, an increase in compute-intensive technologies e.g. IoT, AI, and others, will remain as major drivers of the Edge market; with demand expanding, data centers must move closer to the Edge to allow for more robust connectivity to meet both enterprise and consumer needs.
Chris Crosby Says the Surge of New Investors is Great for the Data Center Industry
January 27th, 2021
“I encourage anybody to take a look at Radix IoT. It’s a really, really neat business. We use it both internally, as well as for the Compass products, but then we also use it, it sells its product externally on all types of different applications from quick serve retail, to managing solar farms, to solar panel farms, to monitoring edge data centers, cell towers, you name it…”.
The Future of IoT and the Digital Workplace
January 19th, 2021
The annual Consumer Electronics Show was a virtual event this year, as most other events have been, but there was still a lot to digest for the digital workplace. Smart homes and smart buildings were a favorite topic, but there was also a lot of talk about the smart enterprise.
Radix IoT goes solar with REIG Group, platform to be offered for utility monitoring
January 8th, 2021
Radix IoT and Renewable Energy Integration Group (REIG) have joined forces in launching REvolution IoT. As a tailored version of Radix IoT’s Mango platform, included in REnergyWare, REIG’s new division providing packaged hardware assemblies, DAS/SCADA monitoring and control, REvolution IoT software platform and RESource digital Operations and Maintenance (O&M) services will reduce operational costs, maximize return on investment, and improve efficiencies for mid-to-large-scale solar PV industry customers.
Radix IoT and Renewable Energy Integration Group launch SCADA monitoring platform
January 5th, 2021
Radix IoT and Renewable Energy Integration Group (REIG) have joined forces in launching REvolution IoT. The new DAS/SCADA monitoring platform is a tailored version of Radix IoT’s Mango platform included in REnergyWare, REIG’s new division providing packaged hardware assemblies.
Ten IoT platforms worthy of continued attention in 2021
January 5th, 2021
The emerging Radix IoT is based on the Mango IoT platform and the BitBox USA IoT platform, which are collaboratively constructed. With Radix IoT, users do not need to carry out complex IoT development, and only need to use a series of IoT gateways to handle various small or large IoT applications.
Radix IoT 2021 Predictions: Resilience was the mantra of 2020, 2021 will be the year of security
December 21st, 2020
2020 has been a year of disruption for everyone living on planet Earth. Interestingly, technology has been a positive force in 2020 offering stability and growth. Though not without hurdles, the data industry (and I.T. if I were to include a category) was pushed into an amazing race to prove its claims.
Edging toward remote management of edge data centers
December 18th, 2020
Data centers are expanding beyond large-format facilities and moving to the edge—and for very good reasons. A distributed architecture helps localize computing power closer to customers, decreasing latency, and expediting data transfer.