mTower – for Quick Start with ARM TrustZone on MCU
Internet-of-Things (IoT) are everywhere in our daily life. They are used in our homes, in restaurants, at the factories, installed outdoors to control and to report the weather changes, prevent fires, and many more. However, all these may come at risks of security breaches and privacy issues.
Where Supply Chain Security and License Obligations Meet
One could defiantly call 2021 the year of Supply Chain. Suez Canal obstruction halted traffic for 6 days on one of the busiest trade routes globally. Both the pandemic and severe weather disrupted supply chains all over the world . And it’s not just the freighters, trucks and planes - the digital world was affected too.
The telecommunication network evolution into cloud native architecture
The term cloud native is used to describe an architecture of applications that are designed to run on cloud environments and leverage their capabilities. For over a decade, the telecommunications industry has been working on adopting modern software architecture for the devices in the wireless and broadband networks. Legacy monolithic telecommunications applications were simply lifted from their physical machines and shifted to run on a virtual machine in the cloud, in what is known as Network Function Virtualization, or NFV