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As Digi's global presence grows, so too has our media coverage, from industry leadership to global M2M deployments. Digi is making news in outlets around the world
Tech Company Digi Sees Hot Market in Keeping Food Cold for Firms Like Tim Hortons | Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal
Digi Honeycomb is a wireless food temperature monitoring solution that requires no capital expense. This is one of reasons why the leading quick service restaurant in Canada, Tim Hortons, have chosen the reliable and easy to deploy Digi Cold Chain solution.
November 22, 2016
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We Could Have Stopped Internet Outage, Says Digi | M2M Zone
Digi Director of Product Management, Mike Rohrmoser confidentaly explains how the ConnectCore for i.MX6UL system-on-module (SOM) could have prevented the IoT device hacks of the Jeep Cherokee and the recent attacks that caused a massive internet outage. Learn how Digi technology would have stopped this with secure boot.
November 16, 2016
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Next-Gen Networks for an IoT Driven World | IoT Now
Industry 4.0, smart cities, and the Food Safety Modernization Act are believed to have the most prominent impact on the future roadmap of IoT. Read more about the future of IoT and what key criteria to consider when addressing measurable IoT, smart connectivity, reportability, and more. 
November 07, 2016
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When It Comes to IoT Security for Remote Equipment, Think About All the Moving Parts | Remote Magazine
Remote IoT devices are targets of opportunity for cyber-attacks. Read more to learn what industries are susceptible to remote IoT device attacks, the right IoT security framework, and a basic list of issues to address.
November 02, 2016
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electronica: Digi Starter Kit Enables Rapid Prototyping for IoT Devices | Embedded Computing Design
The rapid growth of IoT devices has moved the spotlight from physical to cyber security attacks. These technological advancements have allowed Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, SmartCities, and Transportation management systems to reach new levels of remote monitoring and data collection from harsh, isolated, and unsafe locations. This is exactly why physical security is even more of a priority than ever before. Read the full threat assessment, solution analysis, and what we can be doing to keep physical assists safe and secure.
October 28, 2016
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New “Internet of Things” Food Safety Solution Launched | Food in Canada
Canadian telecommunications powerhouse TELUS selected cold chain solution, Digi Honeycomb, to offer reliable, cost-effect food temperature monitoring. Read more about this partnership and how Internet of Things (IoT) offers security for food safety. 
October 25, 2016
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Locking Down Remote Access to Your Assets is Only Half the Battle – Don’t Overlook Physical Security in the Field | Remote Magazine
The rapid growth of Internet of Things (IoT) devices has moved the spotlight from physical attacks to cyber security attacks. These technological advancements have allowed Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, SmartCities, and Transportation management systems to reach new levels of remote monitoring and data collection from harsh, isolated, and unsafe locations. This is exactly why physical security is even more of a priority than ever before. Read the full threat assessment, solution analysis, and what we can be doing to keep physical assets safe and secure.
October 24, 2016
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Adding Wireless for IoT: Build, Buy, or Hybrid? | Digi-Key Electronics
Hardware and software challenges leave engineering teams with three choices for creating wireless IoT devices - build it from scratch burning time building and testing the device, buying a certified module saves time and money in the long run, or a hybrid. Learn why buying the Digi XBee SX Module should not be overlooked: 
October 20, 2016
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Testing the Internet of Things: Making the IoT Work | RCR Wireless: An Editorial Feature Report, October 18
In this special report, Kyle Sporre, Manager of RF Engineering, Digi Wireless Design Services, provides keen insights to what IoT trends represent new challenges in performance-testing and certifying new types of wireless devices. “Over-the-air testing is taking on new significance, and ensuring long-lived batteries life is becoming even more important. New standards are emerging for which, in some cases, test equipment and test cases don't even exist yet. All of this is happening while millions of IoT devices are connecting to wireless networks each day, and billions more are expected to come online over the next few years.”
October 18, 2016
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Made In Minnesota scoreboards grace Vikings and Wolves play spaces | Minneapolis Star Tribune
Minnesota fans get winning scoreboard technology in the new US Bank Stadium – and other professional stadiums in the state – from Minnesota manufacturers, Daktronics and Digi International. Professional leagues must ensure "always on, always accurate" scoreboards – that why they turn to this winning combo.
September 14, 2016
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IoT early warning system helps save people from mudslides | Network World
There still is no cure for traffic jams, which The Economist estimates cost every U.S. household $1,700 each year in lost time and wasted fuel. But thanks to the Digi TransPort® WR31 4G LTE router and other cutting-edge technologies, forward-thinking transportation planners are devising new ways for commuters to sidestep traffic tie-ups and save time and fuel. Get the details in this NetworkWorld story.
August 24, 2016
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Traffic flows better with Digi IoT-based traffic management | Network World
There still is no cure for traffic jams, which The Economist estimates cost every U.S. household $1,700 each year in lost time and wasted fuel. But thanks to the Digi TransPort WR31 4G LTE router and other cutting-edge technologies, forward-thinking transportation planners are devising new ways for commuters to sidestep traffic tie-ups and save time and fuel. Get the details in this NetworkWorld story.
August 17, 2016
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Check these boxes before deploying IoT devices | Embedded Computing Design
Embedded IoT devices face assault from many directions and in many forms: through wired and wireless connections and even direct physical access (especially for remote/unattended devices). This checklist of issues and strategies is a great starting point for your efforts to protect your fleet of autonomous IoT devices.
August 11, 2016
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Strengthening Security In Embedded IoT Solutions | RF Globalnet
As embedded devices increasingly rely on wireless networks for communication, the the threats to security increase, including attacks on confidentiality, service theft, data integrity, and availability. Read more about how effective analysis tools to prioritize development resources when responding to security threats.
July 29, 2016
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Top 5 from Sensors Expo & Conference 2016 | ECN
Every year at Sensors Expo (held in the heart of Silicon Valley), ENC Magazine scours the Expo looking for the best new products offered. Check out the countdown video of the Top 5 products, including Digi Connect® Sensor, which is featured in the #2 spot.
June 29, 2016
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Breaking Through the RF Clutter: Innovations in Spread Spectrum Technology | Remote Magazine
More than ever, companies are seeking smart ways to deploy wireless communication systems in remote industrial and commercial environments to connect remote assets for control and monitoring. In this article, Mark Grierson, applications engineer for Digi International, explores the challenges and key technologies that make 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz solutions feasible and effective.
June 28, 2016
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London's hack-proof Metrocab black cab to be unveiled could be the future of transport | Daily Mail
The car that locks out cyber criminals: Hack-proof black cab to be unveiled in London could be the future of transport
Bolstering security and making vehicles impervious to cyber criminals is a crucial step as autonomous vehicles roll out in coming years. Read this article from The Daily Mail to find out more about Frazer-Nash’s remarkable security system – leveraging Digi ConnectCore® 6 system-on-module – that uses multiple firewalls and unique digital keys to keep hackers out.
June 27, 2016
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New Products of the Week: 6.27.16 | Network World
The Digi Connect® Sensor was named NetworkWorld “New Product of the Week.” This battery-powered, enterprise-ready, cellular gateway solution provides wireless connectivity at locations with either no power or low power, allowing for remote sensor monitoring in a wide range of challenging environments.
June 27, 2016
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Digi International Helps Develop Connected Cab | Desktop Engineering
Frazer-Nash Research developed the Ecotive's Range Extended Electric Metrocab using the Digi ConnectCore 6 System-on-Module (SOM) in its core powertrain and infotainment systems. Learn how this connected cab is benefiting from the Digi ConnectCore 6 (SOM) information processing and wireless connectivity.
June 27, 2016
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Don’t Let Hackers in the JTAG Port | Embedded Computing Design
The JTAG debug port is one of many ways hackers can access your devices. Learn more about the JTAG port and how you to secure the Internet of Things (IoT) devices using the Digi TrustFence security framework. 
June 22, 2016
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