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As Digi's global presence has grown, so too has our media coverage, from industry leadership to global M2M deployments. Digi is making news in outlets around the world.

Digi International Withdraws from Embedded World

Press ReleaseDigi will not attend in an effort to minimize the potential risk of the novel coronavirusFebruary 17, 2020

Digi International to Showcase Latest IoT Connectivity, Edge Computing Solutions and Customer Applications at Embedded World 2020

Press ReleaseDigi Presents ConnectCore 8M Nano SOM Development Kit as well as its Expanding Suite of Digi XBee Modules, Software and Tools.February 11, 2020

Digi Remote Manager User Management

VideoDigi Remote Manager provides a wide variety of remote management capabilities. In this video we will cover our User Management capabilities.
February 04, 2020

PRSONAS Virtual Greeter

VideoDigi’s virtual greeter welcomes visitors to corporate headquarters and provides virtual tours.
January 30, 2020

Digi Remote Manager Dark Mode Training

VideoDigi Remote Manager provides a wide variety of remote management capabilities. In this video we will cover our Dark Mode capabilities.
January 28, 2020

Digi International Predictions 2020: The future of IoT connectivity | vmblog

News CoverageIn this article, Harald Remmert, Sr. Director of Research and Innovation at Digi Internationl, describes the IoT connectivity future, including the outlook for LTE, 5G and smart city infrastructures.
January 09, 2020

Minnesota stocks soared last year but couldn't keep up with sprinting U.S. stocks | Star Tribune

News CoverageDigi stood out as one of the Minnesota high tech companies with a great story in 2019, according to this article. "Digi International, the maker of things that connect machines to the internet and related software, made a long-anticipated turnaround this year, propelling the Hopkins-based company to a 79% return, No. 5, on the Piper index."
January 06, 2020

Edge Computing Benefits for AI Crystallizing | IoT World Today

News CoverageIoT World Today provided insights on the future of artificial intelligence as the edge of the network, describing the industrial sector as a good candidate for edge computing architecture. The article included comments from several thought leaders including Harald Remmert, Senior Director of Research and Innovation at Digi International.
January 03, 2020

From flying selfie cameras to smart mattresses, 15 Minnesota companies bring their tech to CES | Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal

News CoverageThe Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal covered Minnesota companies on the show floor at CES 2020, including Digi International.
January 03, 2020

With flying cameras, wireless chargers and earphone tips, Minnesotans head to CES | Star Tribune

News CoverageThe Star Tribune highlighted some of the exciting technology to be seen at CES 2020. "For the third year, the Minnetonka-based maker of electronic components and software will have a booth at the show, a sign of the event's broadening reach and appeal." Additionally the reporter interviewed Elizabeth Herberg, Digi Director of Marketing, about Digi's presence at the show.
January 03, 2020

Cellular IoT Gateway Market Still Growing – Berg Insight | Light Reading

News CoverageIn this article, Light Reading provided insights from Berg Insight's CEO and principal analyst, Johan Fagerberg on the outlook for the gateway market, saying that it is expected to more than double by 2023. Digi International was named as one of the key players in this market.
January 03, 2020

Venturing into 5G or maximizing LTE today? That is the question | RCR Wireless

News CoverageRCR Wireless shared insights on 5G and today's fully deployed networking technologies from Digi International's Senior Director of Research and Innovation, Harald Remmert.
January 03, 2020

AI Hype: Time to Move Beyond Magical Thinking | IoT World Today

News CoverageIoT World Today interviewed several knowledge experts on AI and machine learning, including Mark Tekippe, Product Marketing Director at Digi, on the future of these intelligent technologies. “As early adopters demonstrate the power of these technologies, more product manufacturers will seek to future-proof their new product designs to support machine learning capabilities.”
December 18, 2019