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March 2015

March 23, 2015
Digi International Offers Peace of Mind to Businesses Across Every Spectrum by Taking on the Ever-Present Connection Problem
Watch as YBLTV and Andrew Lund, Product Marketing Manager at Digi International, discuss the devastating affect a simple connection delay can have on a business in today’s highly competitive and highly advanced market.
March 23, 2015
Sunset of an Industry Standard: The Upcoming End of the 2G Cellular Network
Utility Horizon
Carriers are transitioning away from their legacy networks to create room for 4G LTE networks. Here's how utility operators can create a transition plan to make the process seamless and minimize possible network downtime.
March 20, 2015
With IoT Fuse, Minnesota Supports the Internet of Things
Saint Cloud Times
IoT Fuse brought together industry experts from around the Minnesota. Here's a brief recap of the presentations and topics covered at the event.
March 18, 2015
Digi International Uses LTE, not Wi-Fi, to Connect Digital Displays
Commercial Integrator
First-time exhibitor at Digital Signage Expo this year, Digi International showcased its 4G LTE routers that connect digital signage, kiosks, vending machines and other devices over the cellular network.
March 11, 2015
Internet-Connected Thermostats Finally Help Tenants Hold Heat-Stingy Landlords Accountable
Fast Company
Heat Seek NYC is a nonprofit solving this problem with Internet-connected thermostats and a companion web app that logs the temperature every hour. The organization won $25,000 from the NYC BigApps competition in September 2014. This winter they have been running a small-scale pilot program with sensors in 21 apartments in four different buildings.
March 10, 2015
A Security Checklist to Protect Sensitive Customer and User Data in the Internet of Things
M2M Now
Manufacturers can take a much stronger role in protecting data and devices – and the following is a checklist of concepts that should be considered by manufacturers and included in all designs for IoT and M2M devices and processes.
March 04, 2015
Smart implementations and innovations of embedded technology at Embedded World 2015
Embedded Computing Design
I’ve since observed the embedded industry gradually tire of such shallow sensationalism, demanding technological speculation replaced with real world case studies; I entered Embedded World 2015 hoping exhibitors had taken heed, and, thankfully, I was not disappointed.
March 03, 2015
Industrial Radio Cuts through Noise of Digital Oilfield
Digi International is seeking to meet demand for long-distance, reliable data transmission technology to cut through the noise of ‘mission-critical’ industries such as oil and gas with its new industrial radio.
March 02, 2015
Security: The New Frontier in IoT Design
Desktop Engineering
While the vision is clear, putting security by design principles into practice remains a bit more difficult. Many engineering groups don’t have the right expertise at their disposal nor are they versed in security best practices as they relate to product development.

February 2015

February 27, 2015
EMEA: Embedded World Highlights
RCR Wireless
This week Nürnberg was host to Embedded World. Three days of embedded system technology companies showcasing construction elements, modules, full systems, operating systems and software.
February 27, 2015
Project Anywhere — Virtual Reality System Which Utilizes 3D Printed ‘Inteligloves’ & VR Headset
Miltiadis has been working on Project Anywhere, a kit which challenges the limits of human physical presence within a space. Combining both augmented reality and virtual reality, the Project Anywhere system may just change the way we communicate over distances as well as interact with others in a virtual space.
February 17, 2015
The Device Developers' Conference explores IoT in the real world
Cambridge Network
Solid State Supplies Ltd in partnership with Digi International has announced that it will be sharing its expertise in the field of IoT (Internet of Things) at this year's UK Device Developers Conference.
February 17, 2015
New Line of Reliable Radios from Digi International
Rice Farming
Digi International has unveiled the Digi XLR PRO line of radios for ultra-reliable, long-range wireless data transmission for Ethernet and serial devices.
February 12, 2015
Long-Range Wireless Data Transmission Made Possible with Digi XLR PRO radio
Electric Light & Power
Digi International's XLR PRO line of radios for ultrareliable, long-range wireless data transmission for Ethernet and serial devices is ideal for industries with remote assets such as utilities and precision agriculture.
February 11, 2015
A Closer Look at the FTC's IoT Security Recommendations
IoT Journal
Digi Security Officer, Don Schleede, gives his take on the FTC guidelines for securing the Internet of Things.
February 11, 2015
How Real Was Bud Light’s Life-Size Pac-Man Game? The Technology Talks
Take a behind the scenes look at the technology involved in Bud Light's Super Bowl ad, which featured a life-size Pac-Man installation.

January 2015

January 23, 2015
Digi International Launches XLR PRO long-distance radios
Compact Equipment
With a line of sight range of more than 100 miles the 1-Watt, unlicensed, 900 MHz, wide-band radio supports data rates of beyond 3 Mbps, giving the Digi XLR PRO a unique combination of best-in-class performance, extreme reliability, and excellent speed at a great value.
January 21, 2015
Utility equipment: XLR PRO radios for reliable long-distance data communications
Utility Products
Utility supplies: Digi International has unveiled the Digi XLR PRO line of radios for ultra-reliable, long-range wireless data transmission for Ethernet and serial devices.
January 20, 2015
Teen Launches GoFundMe Campaign to 3D Print Prosthetic Arms You Can Control with Your Brain
Easton LaChappelle is a bit of a prodigy. At 19 years old, he’s already landed a job at NASA, and he’s part of a seismic shift in how technology is being used to change the world, but that’s hardly the entire story.
January 02, 2015
Secure, Cost-Effective, and Remotely Connected Medical Devices are Revolutionizing Home Patient Care
Medical Design Briefs
Remote medical care is undergoing a revolution and the future is bright. Thanks to wireless networks and cloud connectivity across a growing spectrum of health-monitoring devices, home-based patient care has witnessed dramatic improvements over the past few years. 
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