Ripl Networks CEO to present a keynote address and will join the Security, Privacy and Trust in IoT Center of Excellence Panel on December 11th 2020.
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--$HPE #5G--The IoT Community (Internet of Things Community), the world’s largest community of CxOs and IoT professionals and practitioners, announces Ripl Networks, the leader in IoT networking for Tiny-Edge Computing, will join its elite ecosystem. Ripl Networks will work with the community to address the outstanding technical and operational inhibitors that accompany the IoT, IIoT, and Intelligent Edge ecosystems. For their part, Ripl focuses on enabling Tiny-Edge computers to be native IP devices in the Enterprise IP WAN. According to Ripl, Tiny-Edge computers are battery powered microcontrollers often coupled with a host of camera and sensor technologies which are unlocking critical IoT designs.
At the December 11th IoT Grand Slam 2020 virtual event, Ripl Networks’ CEO Kerry Shih joins an elite lineup of IoT thought leaders and executives. He will present a keynote address titled “Tiny-Edge Computing Unlocks Wirefree IoT”, which will discuss Tiny-Edge Computing real-world cases and their challenges.
“The IoT Community believes in the future of Tiny-Edge Computing,” said Ripl Networks CEO Kerry Shih. “and Ripl is excited to join the conversation around how microcontrollers are best integrated and secured by enabling them to be first class IP edge devices.”
“We are delighted to welcome Ripl Networks to our IoT Community. Ripl is allowing the Enterprise to code, scale and manage IoT applications without any change to their IP-centric platforms, extending the ROI of their existing knowledge-base and IP infrastructure. This is the business model that Enterprises are seeking as we further embrace the pandemic-led, overnight digital transformation. Ripl’s insights to managing uptake at scale, will be key in community discussions.” said David Hill, Executive Director of the IoT Community.
Dr. Tom Bradicich, Hewlett Packard Fellow at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), and IoT Community Advisory Board Chair says, “We are pleased Ripl has joined our IoT Community, and Kerry Shih will join our Center of Excellence program. We look forward to hearing their future vision for managing IoT devices at scale at our IoT Grand Slam 2020 event on December 11th."
Also at the IoT Grand Slam, Shih will participate in a Security, Privacy and Trust in IoT Center of Excellence Panel, led by Dipto Chakravarty, Chairman of the SPTIoTCoE. The panel will explore core topics relating to eliminating Security & Operating Risks, deep diving into Zero trust architectures. Shih will discuss how Non-IP protocols introduce security risk, complexity and operating expense from running a separate type of data network just for IoT.
IoT Grand Slam 2020 Registration Details
Virtual Broadcast: Access to the IoT Grand Slam 2020 virtual event on December 11th, is FREE to all. To register for the live and real time global broadcast, visit: https://iotslam.com/register
IoT Community Practitioner Membership (Free Individual membership)
IoT Practitioner’s seeking to expand their knowledge in the IoT are welcome to join the world’s largest community consisting of 24,500 member here for FREE. https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4662022
IoT solution providers seeking accession to the IoT Community™ should email email@example.com
About IoT Community (Internet of Things Community)
The IoT Community is the world’s largest CxO community of senior business leaders and IoT practitioners consisting of 24,000+ members. The function is to focus on adoption and application of IoT in commercial environments, overcoming the variety of barriers, inhibitors, and technical and operational issues. For more information, visit http://www.iotcommunity.net Twitter: Follow @IoTCommunity @IoTChannel or hashtag #IoTCommunity, LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/9370944/
About Ripl Networks
Ripl Networks accelerates IoT adoption by economically bringing Tiny-Edge computers into the Enterprise’s IP realm. Tiny-Edge Computing is the newest wave of AI powered devices made up of battery powered microcontrollers coupled with cameras and sensors. Ripl Networks’ flagship product MLMesh is a wireless messaging system that reduces the cost and risk of implementing and maintaining IoT projects by leveraging the Enterprise’s existing investment in IP knowledge and networks. Ripl software, devices and reference designs remove threats to the industry achieving its vast potential by slashing dependencies on specialized expertise and extending the obvious and solid momentum of IPv6 for IoT. For more information please visit https://ripl.net