Technology innovation partner recruits Michael Elkouby, an experienced business development executive in the technology industry, to drive growth in the region
Watch Julian Clover, Editor of Broadband TV News discuss how Smart routers are evolving to serve the smart home with Consult Red’s Founder, Stuart Griffin.
Employee Council takes charge of company’s donation and fund, coordinates on the ground
Consult Red is delighted to be sponsoring the VIII Zielona Góra Ultramarathon Nowe Granice to support the event, inspire more to become active and raise funds for charity.
Consult Red has expanded its presence in Poland to four locations as it establishes the region as a strategic delivery location to service its growing global client base.
Consult Red has been chosen by Netflix to join their new scaling program ‘Da Vinci’ – a fast-track platform solution for Operators with Reference Design Kit (RDK) Set Top Boxes (STBs).
Consult Red, an employee-owned tech R&D innovator, has appointed experienced technology consulting leader Raghu Venkatesam as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Stream processing technologies are critical to organisations that need big data systems with near real-time analysis and decision-making capabilities.
Predicting the future may be folly but preparing for it is vital. With the growing consensus that the network edge is about to play a much bigger role in service delivery, operators need strategies now to prevent rivals from taking a lead and internet giants from locking them out of providing next-generation services.
Covid-19 has had many side effects and one of them has been to rejuvenate the smart home. A market that was previously in decline is now revving up and operators have a springboard into its heart. Analysts predict the value of the global smart home market will soar to between $138.9 billion and $622.59 billion by 2026 as connectivity is introduced across a wider range of home devices from security cameras to utility meters, and thermostats. The pandemic has already amplified demand for smart appliances for security, climate control, lighting and health alongside smart TVs. Connectivity is likely to become so pervasive to the extent of being embedded in every household device in the coming years. The exponential growth in working from home and the urgent need for energy-saving and low carbon emission solutions are also driving demand.
The intelligent edge is poised to propel media and the communications industry toward the next generation of connectivity and efficiency. The opportunities will be great and telcos and operators have the chance to gain. With the advent of 5G, Mobile Edge Computing and the WiFi edge, partnerships and collaborations between Amazon, Google, Microsoft and telcos will flourish across both enterprise and consumer markets – according to ABI Research.
An agile platform will be a must-have if operators are going to capitalise on the future of IoT and the Smart router.
Consult Red has recruited Paul Stevenson as its new CFO, he will sit on Consult Red’s Board and join its Executive Leadership Team as the company drives further growth.
Consult Red has recruited industry executive Steve Donachie as CCO it as it embarks on a new chapter of growth as an employee-owned company.
Scaling your product to the ‘00s, ‘000s, or even millions brings additional commercial and technical risks that can be easily overlooked during development and early deployment. Getting your IoT product to scale profitably is a multi-stage journey that requires different skills, experience and approaches at each stage. Recent research highlights that scaling up challenges are the main reason why IoT projects fail.
Discover our product development playbook to ease the scaling process and avoid some of the risks associated with IoT product development failure. A strong business case is built with real-world understanding across the whole product and life cycle. From product to operations, there are many difficult considerations. The true cost of investment and resource to achieve scale is often underestimated, as are the risks involved, leading to a loss in stakeholder confidence and sometimes funding.
Brings Consult Red’s expertise in the design and development of connected devices and systems to ST’s products, technologies, and solutions
When it comes to AI, bigger isn’t necessarily better. Significant growth in the development of Edge AI brings a world of opportunities but using Edge Computing is not without challenges, finding the right hardware is tough. There are several open-source AI frameworks on the market. Their capabilities and characteristics vary considerably with performance, coding language, pre-trained models, commercial support, licensing terms etc. To find out how these Edge AI frameworks compare, we’ve developed an at-a-glance guide comparing the most popular Edge AI processors on the market, so you don’t have to!
The edge is already complex, consisting of a myriad of devices and gateways interacting through new and established wired and wireless technologies. When selecting an AI processing solution, it’s important to consider hardware and also AI software frameworks, as both can impact the capabilities which can be supported. To help you choose, we’ve created a high-level guide of market options.
In partnership with IoT Now and Transforma Insights, we share insight on IoT security and how to design, develop, deploy and scale a trustworthy IoT product to market. In this webinar we’ll go through the big decisions you need to make through the entire IoT product development journey to ensure compliance with secure by design principles.
Security is one of the most significant factors holding back deployment and adoption of IoT, and one of the most complex. As an end-to-end IoT product development company, we can help you design, develop, deploy and scale secure, trusted smart products, reducing your risk and helping you get to market faster. Our quick guide sets out key stages you should go through when considering security in your internet of things device to comply with the UK’s Secure by Design (SbD) principles.
Do you want to develop a robust, trustworthy product that will be secure during its total product lifecycle? then you need to ensure compliance with the UK’s Secure by Design standards. Our Secure by Design checklist will help you ensure you’ve covered all the internet of things security bases. Our checklist will provide you with a set of questions to ask at every stage in the product development journey, perhaps throwing light on some important areas you may not have thought of yet. These questions are guided by four key aspects of attack surface analysis: deterrence, prevention, detection, correction and counter measures.