Enterprise and governments are struggling to maintain their complex IT infrastructure in the face of ramping security pressures and rampant attacks. The Internet of Things (IoT)…
You may have seen the recent Harvard Business Review article in which Michael Porter and James Heppelmann describe How Smart Connected Products Are Transforming Competition. These smart…
Open Source has always been important throughout our ten year run at Opengear. Heck, it’s even part of our name. OpenSSL has been around even…
Today when you hear the word modem, associated words like dsl-, wireless-, cellular-, cable- come to mind. Maybe even satellite- ... but rarely dial-up or…
Over the past year we have seen the notion of “fog computing” emerge to describe the dispersal of cloud technology out to the edges of…
Last week Mary Meeker released her annual Internet Trends report which abounds with interesting high level observations and projections. However the data-point that struck me was…
One of the more peculiar activities IT companies engage in is the "analyst briefing". For those unfamiliar with this courting process, it’s an event that…
The team at Opengear is incredibly proud to announce that Gartner, the leading industry analyst firm, has named us a "Cool Vendor". Each year Gartner identifies new Cool…
[caption id="attachment_998" align="alignright" width="300"] Summit Weather[/caption] Anyone who has ever gone skiing with kids understands the sheer amount of gear required. On one such trip…
It's  been nearly two months since hurricane Sandy visited the New York Metro area, laying waste to both seaside towns and critical infrastructure alike.   National media…