BitBox USA and EdgeMicro Partnership Optimizes Distributed Edge Infrastructure Management
June 11th, 2020
BitBox USA, LLC, providers of the BitBox IoT platform for multi-site, distributed facilities’ operational intelligence, and EdgeMicro, a leading edge colocation company, continue their partnership to meet the global surge in internet connectivity needs.
IoT Platforms Maintain Operations During COVID-19
April 14th, 2020
In this Podcast, Michael Skurla, CTO of BitBox USA, and Any Al-Katib, editor-in-chief of Mission Critical magazine, discuss how IoT platforms are enabling enterprises to maintain business continuity during the coronavirus Pandemic.
BitBox USA IoT Platform Continues to Amass Industry Awards and Accolades
March 31st, 2020
BitBox USA, LLC,providers of the BitBox IoT platform for multi-site, distributed facilities’ operational intelligence, continues to amass industry awards and recognitions for its innovative IoT technology design. The company’s IoT platform has captured numerous awards and accolades from such organizations as Tech Trailblazers, The Edison Awards, InfoTECH Spotlight and IoT Evolution World.
5G Will Push IoT Connectivity to a Global Staple
March 10th, 2020
Mike Skurla, BitBox USA, LLC. discusses bringing cellular connectivity up to standard IoT hardware has entered the market in full force, yet the hardware’s connectivity at the moment is based on the presumption that internet connectivity is ubiquitous.
BitBox USA Announces Executive Management Promotions for Expanded Global Growth
February 27th, 2020
BitBox USA, LLC, providers of the BitBox IoT platform for multi-site, distributed facilities’ operational intelligence, today announced three key executive management promotions appointing Fred Dirla as CEO, Mike Skurla as CTO and Luke Dalske as COO. Jon Trout will retain his title as BitBox USA Founder and spearhead global strategic accounts, while the new executive management team leads increased product offering to support the platform’s next stages of growth.
Mike Skurla published in OilMan Magazine, “Drilling for IoT Data Insights”
November 15th, 2019
Digital technologies have been a critical factor in the oil and gas industry’s transformation. Beyond transforming the industry, the integration of “smart” technologies now has the potential to create additional cost-savings.