Authors Posts by Adrian Bridgwater

Adrian Bridgwater

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I am a technology journalist with over two decades of press experience. Primarily I work as a news analysis writer dedicated to a software application development ‘beat’; but, in a fluid media world, I am also an analyst, technology evangelist and content consultant. As the previously narrow discipline of programming now extends across a wider transept of the enterprise IT landscape, my own editorial purview has also broadened. I have spent much of the last ten years also focusing on open source, data analytics and intelligence, cloud computing, mobile devices and data management. I have an extensive background in communications starting in print media, newspapers and also television. If anything, this gives me enough man-hours of cynical world-weary experience to separate the spin from the substance, even when the products are shiny and new.

Magic Software showcases new tricks with GigaSpaces

In-memory computing specialist GigaSpaces is now working with software integration business Magic Software on the development and deployment of IoT integration technologies. Specifically, Magic...

SAP hopes to heat up IoT energy market with Centrica

German software giant SAP has high hopes for its SAP Leonardo product line. The company is using this new label in the hopes of...

Move: Tata’s Communications ‘safe landing’ for IoT developers

Telecoms and cloud company Tata Communications has been on a mission to bolster its credibility in the IoT space for some time. As previously reported, the...

Sharpened edge needed for IoT edge databases

As more IoT data is processed out on the edge of networks, on or near devices, the awareness that edge databases need to get...

TeamViewer: IoT project teams need to ‘think like CEOs’

Technical and industrial operations staff need to 'think like CEOs' when it comes to successfully implementing IoT projects, according to Andre Schindler, director of...

Nutanix maps out its edgy IoT cloud vision

We're living in a centralized world – but that’s all about to change with the proliferation of decentralized, intelligent IoT devices, sensors and machine...

Redis Labs: IoT needs in-memory, remember?

In-memory database company Redis Labs is aiming to popularize the use of its technology for mission-critical database environments that specifically connect to IoT networks. Memory...

MongoDB: Bridging the front and back ends of the IoT

The IoT is massively dynamic in nature. Platforms, standards, data types and devices themselves change all the time. But deeper down, an even more...

Telefonica & Huawei launch NB-IoT open lab

Chinese telecommunications and networking giant Huawei is now working with Spanish telco Telefonica on a new IoT laboratory. Dubbed the Open IoT Lab, this multi-location co-working space...

Hazelcast aims for cleaner windows on IoT data

Open source in-memory data grid (IMDG) company Hazelcast has reached the 0.4 release of Hazelcast Jet. This developer and data architect-level technology works with fast-flowing continuous...

Entropy: a shot in the arm for IoT security?

The IoT has security issues, a history of weak encryption keys and inadequate provisioning and planning for data protection and lock-down. Okay, so you...

Nederlandse Spoorwegen uses Tibco to put data on rails

Data integration and analytics company Tibco used its Now 2017 conference in Berlin this June to give several customers the opportunity to showcase how...