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Carnegie Technologies specializes in connectivity and convergence solutions for mobility, satellite, the Internet of Things, connected cars and other emerging technologies. Headquartered in Austin, TX and with operations on four continents, Carnegie builds innovative hardware, software, and apps to support communication without boundaries.

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How to meet the IoT security requirements of today and tomorrow

whitePaper | February 21, 2023

Governments around the world are creating Internet of Things (IoT) security legislation and regulations designed to keep users safe in an increasingly connected world. Connectivity is good and, in fact, great but bad things can happen to people with unprotected or poorly protected IoT devices. Failing to meet government regulations or guidelines may lead to the inability to sell products in a region and thus to lost revenue. However, the regulations are constantly in a state of flux. This white paper provides updated background on what governments are suggesting or requiring as well as specific details on how to implement security defenses and obtain security certifications that can satisfy current and even future government requirements

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Next Generation Mission Critical Networks

whitePaper | April 12, 2023

In a society moving towards digital, where access to data in almost real time is key to every single industry sector, Public Safety (PS) services are seen as laggers when it comes to take most of the technology available to enable agencies and emergency services to benefit the best information available. By relying in voicecentric technologies, Public Safety services cannot support themselves for instance on simple video-based use cases, which would leverage decision making processes with insightful information that could for example make a difference between life and death.

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Securing critical infrastructure networks

whitePaper | August 23, 2022

Protecting critical infrastructure networks from cybersecurity threats requires a comprehensive consideration of all connected assets. While the traditional focus has been on Information Technology (IT) networks—those networks prioritized secure data collection, storage, communication and use—more focus needs to be placed on non-IT critical infrastructure and services.

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Networking for the unforeseeable future

whitePaper | February 23, 2022

When it was introduced, MPLS was an ideal option for organizations that ran multiple business-critical applications at multiple locations. Operated and managed by a single carrier, MPLS converges voice and data traffic over connections that are isolated from the public Internet, while offering rudimentary control over applications.

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The Right Approach to Zero Trust for IoT Devices

whitePaper | June 6, 2022

Networking and security teams have historically relied on protections at the network perimeter to secure the entire enterprise. The internal network was deemed trusted and secure. While everything outside was considered “dirty,” everything on the internal network was considered “clean,” and application traffic would flow unrestricted. However, recent and developing shifts in enterprise working models are having a far-reaching effect on the traditionally managed network perimeter for security. The following trends are making organizations reassess their approach to security:

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Dell Validated Design for Urban Mobility with ISS

whitePaper | August 30, 2022

This white paper describes a solution for ISS video analytics applications on Dell Technologies infrastructure, a Dell Validated Design for urban mobility solutions.

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Carnegie Technologies

Carnegie Technologies specializes in connectivity and convergence solutions for mobility, satellite, the Internet of Things, connected cars and other emerging technologies. Headquartered in Austin, TX and with operations on four continents, Carnegie builds innovative hardware, software, and apps to support communication without boundaries.

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