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Dublin, Oct. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Big Data in IoT by Technology, Infrastructure, Solutions, and Industry Verticals 2022 - 2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report evaluates the technologies, companies, and solutions for leveraging big data tools and advanced analytics for IoT data processing. Emphasis is placed on leveraging IoT data for process improvement, new and improved products, and ultimately enterprise IoT data syndication. The report includes detailed forecasts for 2022 through 2027.

Select Report Findings:

  • The overall global market for big data in IoT will reach $63.8 billion by 2027

  • Data analytics is the largest segment by product and service in the big data IoT market

  • Big data in IoT as a service will reach $8.1 billion by 2027 with North America leading the market

  • Storage of big data in IoT will reach $19.2 billion by 2027, driven by low-cost cloud-based solutions

  • Big data in IoT within the government sector will exceed $7.23 billion by 2027, fueled by military and public safety initiatives

  • Financial services, government, telecom, retail, healthcare, manufacturing, building automation, consumer electronics, and transport and cargo are some of the major industry verticals for the big data in the IoT market

Data that is uncorrelated and does not have a pre-defined data model and is not organized in a predefined manner requires special handling and analytics techniques. The common industry term, big data, represents unstructured data sets that are large, complex, and prohibitively difficult to process using traditional management tools.

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to evolve, there will be an increasingly large amount of unstructured machine data. The growing amount of human-oriented and machine-generated data will drive substantial opportunities for AI support of unstructured data analytics solutions.

The business has a great potential and it can be seen with the trend of big companies such as Cisco, Bosch, IBM, Intel, Google, Amazon, AT&T entering the business of big data analytics in IoT either through acquisition or partnering with companies and startups developing various tools, platforms, and APIs in big data.

Big data in IoT is different from conventional IoT and thus will require more robust, agile and scalable platforms, analytical tools and data storage systems than conventional big data infrastructure. Generation of data is often at very high volumes for many applications and it manifests in many forms. This facilitates the need to develop new platforms and systems.

Companies such as Treasure Data (Softbank), have developed unified logging layer Fluentd, JSON coming up as a Java-based lightweight data interchange platform and DDS helping in real-time data processing and lightweight protocols are some of the great developments happening towards developing dedicated big data infrastructure for IoT.

Looking beyond data management processes, IoT data itself will become extremely valuable as an agent of change for product development as well as identification of supply gaps and realization of unmet demands. Big data and analytics used in IoT will become an enabler for the entire IoT ecosystem and business as a whole as enterprises begin to syndicate their own data.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) further enhances the ability of big data analytics and IoT platforms to provide value to each of these market segments. The use of AI for decision-making in IoT and data analytics will be crucial for efficient and effective decision-making, especially in the area of streaming data and real-time analytics associated with edge computing networks.

Real-time data will be a key value proposition for all use cases, segments, and solutions. The ability to capture streaming data, determine valuable attributes, and make decisions in real-time will add an entirely new dimension to service logic. In many cases, the data itself, and actionable information will be the service.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Executive Summary

2 Big Data in Internet of Things

3 Big Data in IoT Business Trends and Predictions

4 Big Data in IoT Vendor Ecosystem

5 Big Data in IoT Market Analysis and Forecasts

6 Big Data Case Studies

7 Select Company Analysis

8 Summary and Conclusions

Companies Mentioned

  • 1010Data (Advance Communication Corp.)

  • Accenture

  • Actian Corporation

  • AdvancedMD

  • Alation

  • Allscripts Healthcare Solutions

  • Alpine Data Labs

  • Alteryx

  • Amazon

  • Apache Software Foundation

  • Apple Inc.

  • APTEAN (Formerly CDC Software)

  • AthenaHealth Inc.

  • Attunity

  • BGI

  • Big Panda

  • Booz Allen Hamilton

  • Bosch

  • Capgemini

  • CARTO

  • Cerner Corporation

  • Cisco Systems

  • Cloudera

  • Cogito Ltd.

  • Computer Science Corporation

  • Compuverde

  • Crux Informatics

  • Data Inc.

  • Data Stax

  • Databricks

  • DataDirect Network

  • Dataiku

  • Datameer

  • Dell EMC

  • Deloitte

  • Domo

  • eClinicalWorks

  • Epic Systems Corporation

  • Facebook

  • Fluentd

  • Flytxt

  • Fujitsu

  • General Electric

  • GenomOncology

  • GoodData Corporation

  • Google

  • Greenplum

  • Gridgain Systems

  • Groundhog Technologies

  • Guavus

  • Hack/reduce

  • Hitachi Data Systems

  • Hortonworks

  • HP Enterprise

  • HPCC Systems

  • IBM

  • Illumina Inc

  • Imply Corporation

  • Red Hat

  • Revolution Analytics

  • Roche Diagnostics

  • VolMetrix (Microsoft)

  • Wipro

  • Workday (Platfora)

  • WuXi NextCode Genomics (Genuity Science)

  • Zoomdata (Logi Analytics)

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Killexams : 4 Critical Infrastructure Sectors to Get New Cyber Rules, Per White House Official

Outlining a sequence of critical infrastructure sectors that have been designated for cybersecurity risk management, Deputy National Security Advisor Anne Neuberger said the administration is preparing to activate its regulatory authorities at four agencies.

Neuberger listed the critical infrastructure sectors for which the administration will be coming out with new cybersecurity requirements, starting with transportation—which is already in progress—and followed by communications, water and healthcare.

Neuberger was participating in an event the Washington Post livestreamed Thursday on the federal government’s efforts to secure cyberspace.

“From the outset, [President Joe Biden] said that security abroad begins with security at home, confidence abroad begins with confidence at home,” Neuberger said. "And a key way to deter adversaries in cyberspace is to know we have confidence in [a] level of security, that we've locked our digital doors and put on our digital alarm system.”

That was not the case when Colonial Pipeline was hacked, Neuberger said. And a status quo where there was no expectation that the company separate the portions of its network using information technology for corporate processes from those running the operational technology in its industrial control systems—for example—is unacceptable, she said. 

Neuberger started her description of the administration’s action plan by highlighting imminent updates for security directives the Transportation Security Administration issued last year. She said the updated directives will incorporate feedback from a meeting the White House held with industry representatives this summer from transportation sub-sectors that include rail, maritime, aviation and pipelines for oil and gas. 

“TSA identified 57 rail entities, 104 air entities … airports, airlines, cargo lines, brought them in, gave them a threat briefing and issued a security directive, and then refined the security directive as well,” Neuberger said. She added updates are coming “shortly,” for a rail directive initially issued in December and an aviation directive initially issued in November. Neuberger said the meeting with industry, along with models used in Australia and other peer nations will inform the new directives, as well as more rules to come in other sectors. 

She noted a rulemaking process getting underway at the Federal Communications Commission to Boost the operational readiness of emergency alert systems and reduce their vulnerability to cyberattacks. The item is scheduled for consideration during the FCC’s next open meeting on Oct.27. The FCC’s cybersecurity division also recently finalized a rule for applying its new Mandatory Disaster Response Initiative to wireless network providers.

Crediting Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Reagan and Deputy Administrator Janet McCabe, Neuberger said that agency will take a “creative” approach in exercising its regulatory authority with a rule to clarify that ensuring the safety and security of water systems entails overseeing entities’ cybersecurity. 

Then, Neuberger said, the Department of Health and Human Services will be coming out with minimum cybersecurity guidelines for hospitals to be followed by broader work in the healthcare sector, including on medical devices

Neuberger’s remarks stressed the role of sector risk management agencies in identifying systemically important entities for cybersecurity regulation. The process should involve “a careful look by the sector lead agency,” she said, “who understands the sector,” and knows “who are the big players … [where] disruption of their services would impact Americans broadly, will prevent the military from being able to deploy troops in the event of a conflict.”

Her announcement of the new requirements came as—during the same live event—Rep. John Katko, R–N.Y., outgoing ranking member of the House Homeland Security Committee, continued to withhold his support for legislative efforts to regulate cybersecurity at critical infrastructure companies.

This summer, Neuberger said her office was working with lawmakers on legislation that would embolden regulators on the issue. An amendment from Rep. Jim Langevin, D-R.I.—which is attached to the House National Defense Authorization Act—would lay the groundwork for agencies to harmonize the application of their regulatory powers for cybersecurity and establish standards for companies to meet in making their operations more resilient to attacks. 

Trade associations for companies from across the critical infrastructure sectors wrote to the leaders of the Senate Armed Services Committee—and the Senate Homeland Security Committee—expressing their opposition to the amendment, and sending lawmakers back to the drawing board.

“It's rare for most of us in Homeland to have disagreements on cyber between the Republicans and Democrats, but that was one where we had disagreement, so that's why it didn't get across the finish line,” Katko said. 

He added that any legislation to establish cybersecurity responsibilities for systemically important entities should wait, so it can be informed by implementation of the Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act and rules the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is seeking public input to shape under the law. CISA is required to work with relevant sector risk management agencies, including HHS, the Treasury Department and other regulators, in finalizing the incident reporting rules.

“The [CIRCIA] rulemaking process, I think, will shake out a lot of the concerns that both sides have,” Katko said. “And then, if we need to do something on the back end, we can do it, but I'm not sure we're going to need to. We'll have to take a look and see.”

The administration will still look to Congress for help regulating cybersecurity in the crucial information technology sector, and others, where Neuberger says statutory authority is absent.

“For some, like critical manufacturing, or DHS emergency services or information technology, there are not authorities and we're looking carefully at this to say what is needed in this space,” she said.

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Killexams : Array Technologies Could Be The Next Big Infrastructure Play
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I'm not quite sure why energy production has become such a political topic, but for the purposes of this article I will be analyzing it from a strictly investing perspective. There are a wide range of views on which forms of energy the government should encourage or even whether to subsidize/penalize it at all. As investors, it behooves us to look past the "should" and instead focus on what is.

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) has now been put into law and it is both massive and long lasting. It fundamentally alters the profitability of energy production. Interestingly, the impacted stocks barely reacted when it got passed so I suspect some have become quite opportunistic. I set out to find the stock best positioned to benefit from the rollout.

The Buy thesis for ARRY

Array Technologies (NASDAQ:ARRY), manufactures and supplies trackers for utility scale solar arrays. It is among the best positioned to benefit from the IRA.

  • Direct recipient of subsidies
  • Supply chain is U.S.A. so it gets an additional 10% adder
  • Demand for its core products is rapidly increasing

There are a number of other solar stocks that get significant benefits from the IRA, but what sets Array apart is that it is already trading at a reasonable value at 26X next 12 month consensus earnings.

Subsidies dramatically shifting profitability of solar builds

There are huge subsidies in the IRA across the entire solar supply chain. Some of the key one's are listed below and I have highlighted the ones most relevant to ARRY.

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Torque tubes are one of the largest revenues and expenses for Array as they make up much of the physical structure of a tracker system. Taking full note that I do not have experience procuring large steel products so I could be missing something, the subsidy appears to be nearly 100% of the cost. A quick search for tracker torque tubes shows they can be bought via Alibaba (BABA) for $630-$740 per ton.

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There are 907 kilograms per ton so the IRA subsidy of $0.87 per kilogram for torque tubes gives a $789 subsidy per ton to what appears to cost $630-$740 per ton.

A couple caveats:

  1. That is the price of Chinese steel. U.S. steel is slightly more expensive
  2. To get full subsidy, a solar project must use U.S. products.

Steel as a commodity appears to be priced in the same ballpark at $754 U.S. dollars per ton.

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While this subsidy level seems absurd at basically 100% of cost, it is possible the $0.87 per kilogram level was decided upon in the months when steel prices were substantially higher. During much of the negotiation of the IRA, steel prices were over $1000 per ton.

So the subsidy appears quite significant and Array can get the full amount because it does use U.S. made steel via multiple in-place supply agreements including a large accurate agreement with Nucor (NUE).

In addition to torque tubes, Array makes and sells the structural fasteners that hold panels in place as they rotate to face the sun. These have a subsidy from the IRA of $2.28 per kilogram.

Finally, as an American provider of solar parts, Array contributes to a project's eligibility for the 10% adder to income tax credits.

Sharing across the supply chain

There are so many subsidies at so many levels of the supply chain as the building of new solar projects gets subsidized, the manufacturing of the products gets subsidized and then the real production of the solar energy gets subsidized via the ITC and PTC (income tax credit and Production tax credit).

While each is given to a specific level of the industry vertical they will effectively be shared via pricing adjustments.

As a simple example there might be a $50 credit to one party in a transaction but the other party knows about it and wants their cut so they agree to adjust the price by $25 such that each party is functionally getting a $25 credit as compared to before the subsidy was available.

Which entity ultimately gets the lion's share of the subsidies is the million dollar question. The company with the negotiating power due to having some sort of proprietary capability is going to be the huge winner. I don't think I am smart enough to figure that out and hats off to those who can.

As for Array, I do think they have enough power to at least capture a significant portion of the tracker subsidies. They are among the market leaders in trackers and have significant intellectual property in both tracker designs and software. Per ARRY:

"As of December 31, 2021, the company had two U.S. trademark registrations, eleven issued U.S. patents, 152 issued non-U.S. patents, eighteen patent applications pending for examination in the United States, fourteen U.S. provisional patent applications pending, 94 patent applications pending for examination in other countries, and eight domain name registrations. Its U.S. issued patents are scheduled to expire between 2030 and 2037"

With intellectual property it is often hard to tell if there is real value there or just a slightly different design. In this case I do think ARRY has real value to its intellectual property as a competitor, Nextracker, attempted to access Array's technology through hiring a former employee with a non-compete clause.

Array sued Nextracker and received a monetary settlement.

By having valuable IP and proving that they are willing to protect their IP in court, I think Array has what it takes to grab on to their tracker subsidies.

Significant margin improvement ahead

Array's usual profit margin is around 20%. It recently fell sharply, however, as a result of the big spike in steel prices (see graph earlier in article).

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What happened was that there was a lag time between locking in prices to Array's customers and the real procurement of steel. So ARRY charged their customers the appropriate price that would have been a 20% margin at the then current steel price, but then steel shot up and Array had to eat the difference.

It was a clear mistake, but Array learned and has since fixed their supply chain so as to match the pricing of their customers to the pricing at the time of procurement.

This alone is poised to return margins to their formerly higher level. On the 2Q22 earnings call CEO Kevin Hostetler said:

"we still stand by our high teens, low 20s exit rate on margins than we certainly do. We feel really good about that. We see that trajectory. I don't think anything is changing our assumptions in that with what we see in the next 6 months or so"

At this point I think it is worth pointing out that the 2Q22 call was before the IRA was passed. Thus, the margin recovery is not coming from subsidies, but rather from the fix to their supply chain.

The aforementioned IRA subsidies have the potential to take margins much higher given their magnitude relative to the cost structure.

An enormous pipeline of projects

As of the latest quarter, ARRY had $1.9B of projects awarded or under contract:

"Total executed contracts and awarded orders at June 30, 2022 were $1.9 billion, with $1.5 billion from our Array Legacy Operations segment and $0.4 billion from STI Norland. The $1.9 billion represents an increase of 110% from June 30, 2021."

I posit that $1.9B is only the tip of the iceberg as the number of solar projects is skyrocketing. A accurate study from Berkeley Labs projects ramping solar project rollout through 2032.

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The main driver behind this is that solar is dominating energy capital spending. A certain amount needs to be spent on energy production each year to keep up with energy demand and that capital is overwhelmingly going to solar.

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These numbers are through 2021 so they are before the stimulation of the IRA. With sizable additional subsidies that outpace the solar subsidies previously available, the forward volume of solar construction should be quite large.

Array's slice of this pie is the tracking systems and increasingly solar projects are being built with single axis tracking systems like the ones Array builds.

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In 2021, about 90% of capacity was built with tracking and nearly all of that was single axis.

Trackers are quite cost effective since they are not terribly expensive but substantially increase the efficiency of the panels. On average, trackers add 4 percentage points to capacity factor.

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That may not sound like much, but 4 percentage points when capacity factor is otherwise around 20% is a roughly 20% increase in output of the panels.

So going forward, here is how I see demand.

Solar projects were plentiful in 2021 and were expected to ramp up due to demand. The tax incentives provided in the IRA make solar projects more profitable for the entire supply chain. That represents a positive shift in the supply curve. Basic economics teaches us that a positive shift in the supply curve increases the overall quantity of units produced.

Additionally, an increasing percentage of solar arrays are being built with trackers. Thus, Array Technologies is getting a slightly bigger percentage of a much bigger pie.

This increased volume should have amplified impacts on bottom line earnings because Array is on the cusp of 2 sources of margin increase.

  1. The restoration of normal margins from fixing timing issues involving steel prices
  2. Direct and substantial subsidy from the IRA

Higher revenues at higher margins means much higher earnings.

Indeed, consensus estimates reflect this with normalized, GAAP, and Cash earnings expected to climb to $1.35, $0.68, and $1.20 by 2024, respectively.

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That level of growth makes Array undervalued at $17.53. Current multiples are quite low relative to other companies with that pace of growth.

I think there is potential for ARRY to beat consensus estimates as most of the estimates came out before the IRA was passed.

Risks to thesis

Various parts of the solar development process require skilled labor which is in short supply. This may slow the development pipeline.

At this point it is highly unclear who will capture the value provided by the subsidies. Default assumption is that it will be shared among industry participants as well as the end user, but that could change as bottlenecks emerge.

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Killexams : California Charging Ahead With Zero-Emission School Buses - New Report Shows How California Is Leading The Nation In Cleaning Up School Buses

New report shows 1,800 zero-emission school buses supported by state investment

October 13, 2022 - SACRAMENTO – Thousands of California kids are now riding to school in zero-emission school buses. According to a new report published on Wednesday by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the California Energy Commission (CEC), 1,800 zero-emission buses are operating or on order in California — more than double the number of clean school buses in the rest of the U.S.

“California is doing away with the old, diesel-burning school buses of the past because our kids deserve to breathe clean air. We’re investing billions of dollars to clean up California’s school buses in one of the most impactful transformations on our roads in generations. This is real climate action that is happening right now in California and we couldn’t be prouder of our progress,” said Governor Gavin Newsom.

There are more than 560 clean school buses currently operating on California roads — 327 of which are in the state’s most pollution-burdened communities — with more than 1,200 on order, bringing the state’s total to 1,800 buses. California leads the nation with its strong support for zero-emission school buses. By comparison, 888 zero-emission school buses have been awarded, ordered, or deployed across the U.S. outside of California, as of 2021, according to a CALSTART report.

To date, the state has invested more than $1.2 billion to clean up old, diesel-burning school buses with an additional $1.8 billion going out over the next five years for zero-emission school buses and associated charging infrastructure.

The funding is part of the California Climate Commitment, a record $54 billion investment in climate action, which includes $10 billion for accelerating California’s transition to zero-emission vehicles with significant consumer rebates and funding for charging infrastructure.

In addition to state funding, late last month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced it would nearly double the funding awarded through its Clean School Bus Program this year to $965 million following increased demand, with school districts from all 50 states applying for 2022 Clean School Bus Rebates.
Source: Office of the Governor



New report shows how California is leading the nation in cleaning up school buses

October 13, 2022 - SACRAMENTO — A report published on Wednesday by the California Air Resources Board, in consultation with the California Energy Commission, demonstrates the state’s nation-leading progress in cleaning up its school bus fleet. The 2022 SB 1403 School Bus Incentive Program Report shows California is charging ahead with zero-emission school buses and outlines a path for the latest nearly $2 billion investment.

Cleaning up the state’s school bus fleet improves air quality for students and surrounding communities. To date, investments to clean up old, polluting school buses exceed $1.2 billion. And the Legislature has appropriated an additional $1.8 billion over the next five years for zero-emission school buses and associated charging infrastructure.

The total $1.2 billion statewide investment made over the past nearly 20 years, including $255 million invested in school bus cleanup over the past year alone, has supported about 1,800 zero-emission school buses. More than 560 of those buses are already on California roadways and 327 are in the state’s most pollution-burdened communities. California leads the nation with its strong support for zero-emission school buses. By comparison, 888 zero-emission school buses have been awarded, ordered, or deployed across the U.S. outside of California, as of 2021, according to a CALSTART report.

Electric school buses now make up 2% of California's fleet of 23,800 school buses. More than half of the state’s school bus fleet is diesel powered, and a handful of the state’s buses even pre-date engine emission controls altogether. Transitioning to zero-emission technologies not only will help California meet its clean air and climate goals, but clean buses protect children who are particularly vulnerable to the health impacts of diesel exhaust, even from newer engines.

“Older diesel school buses expose children to toxic emissions so it’s essential that we move to cleaner technologies, particularly since children are among the most vulnerable to air pollution impacts,” CARB Chair Liane Randolph said. “And helping school bus fleets transition to zero-emission vehicles has the added benefit of supporting our climate change and petroleum reduction goals.”

“While helping California meet its clean air and carbon neutrality goals, zero-emission school buses also help us address the climate crisis by advancing zero-emission vehicle adoption and grid resiliency through vehicle-to-grid technology,” California Energy Commissioner Patty Monahan said.

Cleaning up the school bus fleet is a collective local, state and federal effort since there is no single dedicated source of funding for school bus replacement. A variety of CARB incentive programs over the past 20 years have focused on cleaning up school buses, including several accurate funding allocations to replace aging school buses with new zero-emission models. Together, CARB and CEC are funding new projects that get old, dirty buses off California roads and invest in zero-emission technologies and infrastructure. It’s these new, clean technologies that will help California meet its ambitious clean air and climate goals that ultimately help school kids — and all of us — breathe easier.

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In addition to state funding, late last month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced it would nearly double the funding awarded through its Clean School Bus Program this year to $965 million following increased demand, with school districts from all 50 states applying for 2022 Clean School Bus Rebates. The rebates are part of President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law which created an historic $5 billion investment for low- and zero-emission school buses over the next five years.

Old, polluting, diesel school buses are harmful to children’s health, as they expose children and communities to toxic tailpipe-related air pollution. Airborne particles from diesel exhaust have the potential to cause cancer, premature death and other health problems.

Electric school buses also support grid reliability. More than 500 state-funded school buses include vehicle-to-grid technology capable of using the batteries on board the buses to soak up energy and recharge during downtime when clean energy is abundant on the grid and return energy to the grid in the afternoon and evening.

The potential of this resource was recently demonstrated during the extreme heat event in September when the Cajon Valley Union School District used its electric school buses funded by federal and state grant programs as a virtual power plant and discharged electricity back to the grid.

To help visualize the information in the SB 1403 progress report, CARB and CEC host online tools — the CARB-Funded Zero Emission School Bus Dashboard and the CEC School Bus Delivery Tracker — that track and map the growing number of state-funded ultra-clean school buses on California roads.

More search functions added to CARB’s interactive dashboard

CARB’s recently updated zero-emission school bus dashboard now features several ways to search for zero-emission school bus deliveries and orders across the state. Find out how many are in your community, your air district or your congressional district. Or see how many clean buses are in communities with the greatest economic and environmental impacts in California.

CARB’s dashboard data is updated twice per year, with information compiled from various CARB-funded and -implemented school bus funding sources. Many of these funding programs are part of California Climate Investments, a statewide initiative that puts billions of cap-and-trade dollars to work reducing greenhouse gas emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment — particularly in communities with greater economic and environmental burdens.

The SB 1403 report is published as part of CARB's “Proposed Fiscal Year 2022-23 Funding Plan for Clean Transportation Incentives.” The public is invited to submit comments to the Funding Plan through November 14.

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Killexams : Ridgewood Infrastructure Welcomes Former CEO of The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California to its Team

NEW YORK, Oct. 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Ridgewood Infrastructure, a leading investor in essential infrastructure in the U.S. lower middle market, today announced that Jeffrey Kightlinger joined the firm as a Senior Advisor focused primarily on water and utility infrastructure investments.

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Mr. Kightlinger was the longest serving Chief Executive Officer of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, which is the largest municipal water provider in the United States, delivering an average of 1.5 billion gallons of water per day to 19 million residents in Southern California.

"We are thrilled to welcome Jeff to our team," said Managing Partner, Ross Posner. "His experience leading the largest municipal water system in the United States is unparalleled. Few have Jeff's perspective, relationships, and experience. We look forward to working with Jeff to continue creating compelling essential water investment solutions."

As CEO of Metropolitan Water, Mr. Kightlinger was responsible for the entirety of the southern California district's water and power operations, including five of the world's largest water treatment plants, aqueducts and reservoirs, as well as a total of twenty hydroelectric and solar power facilities.

"I am excited to be joining the team at Ridgewood Infrastructure and look forward to collaborating," said Mr. Kightlinger. "We are aligned in our focus on sustainably managing scarce water resources through investments that create beneficial outcomes for stakeholders." He added: "I have been impressed by Ridgewood's leadership in the sector; the team has invested more than $1 billion in water infrastructure and delivered projects such as the Vista Ridge Water Pipeline—the largest water infrastructure public private partnership in U.S. history."

About Ridgewood Infrastructure

Ridgewood Infrastructure is a leading infrastructure investor in the U.S. lower middle market with sectors of focus including Water, Utilities, Transportation, and Energy Transition. For more information, please visit www.ridgewoodinfrastructure.com.

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Killexams : Examining the impact of IIJA on infrastructure in California and beyond As we approach a year since the infrastructure law passed, the discussion will center around the plans put in place to use the monies as well as what challenges and opportunities lie ahead. The discussion points will include:
  • The rollout of IIJA  
    • How easy/difficult has it been to receive the money from the government - any administrative challenges?
    • Interplay with the states and monies going to local governments
    • What new programs/updates to existing projects are issuers pursuing?
  • Impact of inflation:  How are issuers, policy makers, and capital facilities thinking about their expenditure plans in light of labor and material costs?
    • How to finance large projects and plan a 30-year bond under current circumstances?
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Killexams : Ceragon to Replace and Modernize Yuba Water Agency's Legacy Technology with Expanded Modern Wireless Network

The new network will service multiple utility, critical and emergency infrastructure sites, and services responsible for providing 90% of irrigation water to the State of California

RICHARDSON, Texas, Oct. 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ --  Ceragon Networks Ltd., the global innovator and leading solutions provider of 5G wireless transport, today announced that Ceragon Networks Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary has signed a contract with the Yuba Water Agency in California to replace and modernize its existing private network with a modern high-capacity low-latency 5G network. The upgraded network will provide connectivity to multiple hydroelectric generation facilities, dams, and emergency services including the police and fire departments. Shipping and deployment are expected to be completed by the end of the first quarter of 2023.

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The agreement with Yuba comes at the heels of Ceragon's recently announced growing focus on private networks, especially in North America. Yuba Water Agency was in search of a wireless transport partner that could deliver an increased level of network performance, reliability, and customer service for an upgraded system to support their communications, video, and digital transformation applications. Following a successful initial demonstration phase resulting in a great service experience and enhanced network performance, Yuba Water officials have entrusted Ceragon to replace their entire legacy network, including wireless transport products and end-to-end planning and deployment services.

David DeVore, Lead Information Systems Manager, Yuba Water Agency, shared his thoughts on the first phase of this new partnership stating "Ceragon truly improved our wireless infrastructure. They have exhibited a strong commitment to providing the highest level of quality in their products and service thus far. We have been incredibly impressed with Ceragon's level of professionalism, and we look forward to a long and continued relationship."

Ronen Rotstein, President of Ceragon North America, commented, "This important deal, added to other accurate wins, is another milestone in gaining market share in the private networks domain which is part of Ceragon's strategy. The Yuba Water Agency is truly inspirational, providing several services and wholesale power generation to multiple communities. Ceragon is proud to play a key role in modernizing and expanding the wireless communications network that makes it all possible. We look forward to a long-term partnership with Yuba and will leverage our growing suite of technologies and services to provide Yuba Water and other public and private players with the connectivity they need."

Ceragon's North America leadership will be attending and sponsoring the UBBA Summit& Plugfest 2022, a leading summit on utility connectivity, on October 10-14, 2022, in Costa Mesa, California.

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Ceragon Networks Ltd. is the global innovator and leading solutions provider of 5G wireless transport. We help operators and other service providers worldwide increase operational efficiency and enhance end customers' quality of experience with innovative wireless backhaul and fronthaul solutions. Our customers include service providers, public safety organizations, government agencies and utility companies, which use our solutions to deliver 5G & 4G broadband wireless connectivity, mission-critical multimedia services, stabilized communications, and other applications at high reliability and speed.

Ceragon's unique multicore technology and disaggregated approach to wireless transport provides highly reliable, fast to deploy, high-capacity wireless transport for 5G and 4G networks with minimal use of spectrum, power, real estate, and labor resources. It enables increased productivity, as well as simple and quick network modernization, positioning Ceragon as a leading solutions provider for the 5G era. We deliver a complete portfolio of turnkey end-to-end AI-based managed and professional services that ensure efficient network rollout and optimization to achieve the highest value for our customers. Our solutions are deployed by more than 400 service providers, as well as more than 800 private network owners, in more than 150 countries. For more information please visit: www.ceragon.com

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Killexams : What to expect from the ‘Trusted Infrastructure: Episode 2’ event: Join theCUBE Oct. 18

In today’s increasingly sophisticated threat landscape, there just aren’t enough cybersecurity experts to go around. Technology is evolving to fill the gap, providing built-in security from the bottom of the stack to the top.

“One of the very important roles that a technology vendor can play is to take mundane infrastructure security off the plates of [security operations] teams … shifting much of the heavy lifting around securing servers, storage, networking and other infrastructure via [research and development] and other best practices like supply chain management,” stated theCUBE analyst Dave Vellante.

The role of infrastructure in a comprehensive security strategy was covered on theCUBE during episode one of a two-part Dell Technologies Inc. event. On Oct. 18, the conversation continues in the second episode of the “A Blueprint for Trusted Infrastructure” event. Building on the insights into the importance of trusted infrastructure provided during the first episode, episode two will go deeper into how Dell Trusted Infrastructure works and how servers, networking components and hyperconverged infrastructure play a part in enterprise security.

Join Dave Vellante as he talks with Dell infrastructure security experts about new infrastructure products, use-case examples, and industry analysis. (* Disclosure below.)

Everything is cloud, and it all needs to be secured

Security used to be achieved by adhering to a list of inflexible rules designed to protect a static environment. But the cloud presents an ever-changing domain, and modern security strategies need to evolve to meet the combined challenges of the dispersed cloud environment and the increasing sophistication and frequency of cyberattacks.

“I don’t see cloud computing as a panacea for security. I see it as another attack surface,” said Pete Gerr, senior consultant of cybersecurity and resiliency marketing at Dell, in his session during episode one of the “A Blueprint for Trusted Infrastructure” event. “It’s another aspect in front that security organizations have to manage; it’s part of their infrastructure today.”

Zero trust has become the default model to meet the demands of cloud security, establishing a set of rules for access that remove the need for perimeter boundaries. But cloud security needs to be both flexible and frictionless to implement. This means removing responsibility from overloaded DevSecOps teams through technological innovation.

A current security trend that builds on top of zero trust is the idea of becoming cyber resilient in order to recover from what is now the inevitability of cyberattack. Both zero trust and cyber resiliency differ from the “whack-a-mole” approach of monitoring the threat landscape and smashing down on any criminal dumb enough to show traces of their presence. Instead, the assumption is that the cybercriminal is already inside, and the aim is to prevent lateral movement and repel any attempt to cause damage.

Traditional hardware providers, such as Dell, have been enabling organizations to achieve cyber resiliency by building zero-trust security into their infrastructure-as-a-service solutions and edge devices.

“Clouds are infrastructure, right? So you can have a public cloud, you can have an edge cloud, a private cloud, a telco cloud, a hybrid cloud, or multicloud. ‘Here cloud, there cloud, everywhere cloud, cloud.’ Yes, they’ll all be there, but it’s basically infrastructure,” stated Michael Dell, talking about Dell’s movement into offering infrastructure-as-a-service, with theCUBE’s industry analyst John Furrier.

Securing that infrastructure – all of it, everywhere – is the concept behind Dell’s Trusted Infrastructure, a family of secure IT solutions and services designed and built to provide confidence, control and scale, the company said.

Episode two explores how Dell secures servers, networking and hyperconverged infrastructure

Dell Trusted Infrastructure includes the company’s storage, servers, networking, HCI, data protection and CloudIQ offerings. It’s a wide range, and the “A Blueprint for Trusted Infrastructure” event was designed to provide security executives with demonstrations and use-case examples of how trusted infrastructure enables organizations to build cyberresiliency and provide frictionless security across complex cloud environments.

“Why do organizations need a trusted infrastructure?” was the question answered during the first “A Blueprint for Trusted Infrastructure” episode. Speakers Pete Gerr and Steve Kenniston, senior cybersecurity consultant, discussed the evolution of Dell’s Trusted Infrastructure. Rob Emsley, Dell’s head of data protection and cybersecurity marketing, talked about how cyber resilience can combat ransomware attacks; and Parasar Kodati, Dell’s senior consultant of ISG product marketing, gave insights into how Dell’s storage portfolio is using artificial intelligence to help counteract and recover from cyberattacks.

The second episode of  “A Blueprint for Trusted Infrastructure” aims to expand on the Dell Trusted Infrastructure use cases and take a look at what trusted infrastructure means from the perspective of servers, networking and hyperconverged infrastructure.

“We will explore the changing nature of technology infrastructure; how the industry, generally, and Dell, specifically, are adapting to these changes; and what is being done to proactively address threats that are increasingly stressing security teams,” Vellante stated.

TheCUBE event livestream

Don’t miss theCUBE’s coverage of the “A Blueprint for Trusted Infrastructure: Episode 2” event on Oct. 18. Plus, you can watch theCUBE’s event coverage on-demand after the live event.

How to watch theCUBE interviews

We offer you various ways to watch theCUBE’s coverage of the “A Blueprint for Trusted Infrastructure: Episode 2” event, including theCUBE’s dedicated website and YouTube channel. You can also get all the coverage from this year’s events on SiliconANGLE.

TheCUBE Insights podcast

SiliconANGLE also has podcasts available of archived interview sessions, available on iTunesStitcher and Spotify, which you can enjoy while on the go.

SiliconANGLE also has analyst deep dives in our Breaking Analysis podcast, available on iTunesStitcher and Spotify.

Guests

During the “A Blueprint for Trusted Infrastructure: Episode 2” event, theCUBE analysts will talk with Dell’s Deepak Rangaraj, PowerEdge Security product manager; Mahesh Nagarathnam, networking product management consultant; and Jerome West, product management security lead for HCI.

(* Disclosure: TheCUBE is a paid media partner for the “A Blueprint for Trusted Infrastructure: Episode 2” event. Neither Dell Technologies Inc., the sponsor of theCUBE’s event coverage, nor other sponsors have editorial control over content on theCUBE or SiliconANGLE.)

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Killexams : New Report Shows How California is Leading the Nation in Cleaning Up School Buses

A report published today (Oct 12) by the California Air Resources Board, in consultation with the California Energy Commission, demonstrates the state's nation-leading progress in cleaning up its school bus fleet. The 2022 SB 1403 School Bus Incentive Program Report shows California is charging ahead with zero-emission school buses and outlines a path for the latest nearly $2 billion investment. 

Cleaning up the state's school bus fleet improves air quality for students and surrounding communities. To date, investments to clean up old, polluting school buses exceed $1.2 billion. And the Legislature has appropriated an additional $1.8 billion over the next five years for zero-emission school buses and associated charging infrastructure. 

The total $1.2 billion statewide investment made over the past nearly 20 years, including $255 million invested in school bus cleanup over the past year alone, has supported about 1,800 zero-emission school buses. More than 560 of those buses are already on California roadways and 327 are in the state's most pollution-burdened communities. California leads the nation with its strong support for zero-emission school buses. By comparison, 888 zero-emission school buses have been awarded, ordered, or deployed across the U.S. outside of California, as of 2021, according to a CALSTART report. 

Electric school buses now make up 2% of California's fleet of 23,800 school buses. More than half of the state's school bus fleet is diesel powered, and a handful of the state's buses even pre-date engine emission controls altogether. Transitioning to zero-emission technologies not only will help California meet its clean air and climate goals, but clean buses protect children who are particularly vulnerable to the health impacts of diesel exhaust, even from newer engines. 

"Older diesel school buses expose children to toxic emissions so it's essential that we move to cleaner technologies, particularly since children are among the most vulnerable to air pollution impacts," CARB Chair Liane Randolph said. "And helping school bus fleets transition to zero-emission vehicles has the added benefit of supporting our climate change and petroleum reduction goals." 

"While helping California meet its clean air and carbon neutrality goals, zero-emission school buses also help us address the climate crisis by advancing zero-emission vehicle adoption and grid resiliency through vehicle-to-grid technology," California Energy Commissioner Patty Monahan said.  

Cleaning up the school bus fleet is a collective local, state and federal effort since there is no single dedicated source of funding for school bus replacement. A variety of CARB incentive programs over the past 20 years have focused on cleaning up school buses, including several accurate funding allocations to replace aging school buses with new zero-emission models. Together, CARB and CEC are funding new projects that get old, dirty buses off California roads and invest in zero-emission technologies and infrastructure. It's these new, clean technologies that will help California meet its ambitious clean air and climate goals that ultimately help school kids and all of us breathe easier. 

In addition to state funding, late last month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced it would nearly double the funding awarded through its Clean School Bus Program this year to $965 million following increased demand, with school districts from all 50 states applying for 2022 Clean School Bus Rebates. The rebates are part of President Biden's Bipartisan Infrastructure Law which created an historic $5 billion investment for low- and zero-emission school buses over the next five years. 

Old, polluting, diesel school buses are harmful to children's health, as they expose children and communities to toxic tailpipe-related air pollution. Airborne particles from diesel exhaust have the potential to cause cancer, premature death and other health problems.  

Electric school buses also support grid reliability. More than 500 state-funded school buses include vehicle-to-grid technology capable of using the batteries on board the buses to soak up energy and recharge during downtime when clean energy is abundant on the grid and return energy to the grid in the afternoon and evening.   

The potential of this resource was recently demonstrated during the extreme heat event in September when the Cajon Valley Union School District used its electric school buses funded by federal and state grant programs as a virtual power plant and discharged electricity back to the grid.  

To help visualize the information in the SB 1403 progress report, CARB and CEC host online tools the CARB-Funded Zero Emission School Bus Dashboard and the CEC School Bus Delivery Tracker that track and map the growing number of state-funded ultra-clean school buses on California roads. 

More search functions added to CARB's interactive dashboard  

CARB's recently updated zero-emission school bus dashboard now features several ways to search for zero-emission school bus deliveries and orders across the state. Find out how many are in your community, your air district or your congressional district. Or see how many clean buses are in communities with the greatest economic and environmental impacts in California.  

CARB's dashboard data is updated twice per year, with information compiled from various CARB-funded and -implemented school bus funding sources. Many of these funding programs are part of California Climate Investments, a statewide initiative that puts billions of cap-and-trade dollars to work reducing greenhouse gas emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment particularly in communities with greater economic and environmental burdens. 

The SB 1403 report is published as part of CARB's "Proposed Fiscal Year 2022-23 Funding Plan for Clean Transportation Incentives." The public is invited to submit comments to the Funding Plan through Nov. 14. 

More Information 

About the California Air Resources Board
CARB's mission is to promote and protect public health, welfare, and ecological resources through effective reduction of air pollutants while recognizing and considering effects on the economy. CARB is the lead agency for climate change programs and oversees all air pollution control efforts in California to attain and maintain health-based air quality standards.

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Killexams : Big Data in IoT by Technology, Infrastructure, Solutions, and Industry Verticals 2022-2027: Sector to Reach $63.8 Billion by 2027

Dublin, Oct. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Big Data in IoT by Technology, Infrastructure, Solutions, and Industry Verticals 2022 - 2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report evaluates the technologies, companies, and solutions for leveraging big data tools and advanced analytics for IoT data processing. Emphasis is placed on leveraging IoT data for process improvement, new and improved products, and ultimately enterprise IoT data syndication. The report includes detailed forecasts for 2022 through 2027.

Select Report Findings:

  • The overall global market for big data in IoT will reach $63.8 billion by 2027
  • Data analytics is the largest segment by product and service in the big data IoT market
  • Big data in IoT as a service will reach $8.1 billion by 2027 with North America leading the market
  • Storage of big data in IoT will reach $19.2 billion by 2027, driven by low-cost cloud-based solutions
  • Big data in IoT within the government sector will exceed $7.23 billion by 2027, fueled by military and public safety initiatives
  • Financial services, government, telecom, retail, healthcare, manufacturing, building automation, consumer electronics, and transport and cargo are some of the major industry verticals for the big data in the IoT market

Data that is uncorrelated and does not have a pre-defined data model and is not organized in a predefined manner requires special handling and analytics techniques. The common industry term, big data, represents unstructured data sets that are large, complex, and prohibitively difficult to process using traditional management tools.

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to evolve, there will be an increasingly large amount of unstructured machine data. The growing amount of human-oriented and machine-generated data will drive substantial opportunities for AI support of unstructured data analytics solutions.

The business has a great potential and it can be seen with the trend of big companies such as Cisco, Bosch, IBM, Intel, Google, Amazon, AT&T entering the business of big data analytics in IoT either through acquisition or partnering with companies and startups developing various tools, platforms, and APIs in big data.

Big data in IoT is different from conventional IoT and thus will require more robust, agile and scalable platforms, analytical tools and data storage systems than conventional big data infrastructure. Generation of data is often at very high volumes for many applications and it manifests in many forms. This facilitates the need to develop new platforms and systems.

Companies such as Treasure Data (Softbank), have developed unified logging layer Fluentd, JSON coming up as a Java-based lightweight data interchange platform and DDS helping in real-time data processing and lightweight protocols are some of the great developments happening towards developing dedicated big data infrastructure for IoT.

Looking beyond data management processes, IoT data itself will become extremely valuable as an agent of change for product development as well as identification of supply gaps and realization of unmet demands. Big data and analytics used in IoT will become an enabler for the entire IoT ecosystem and business as a whole as enterprises begin to syndicate their own data.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) further enhances the ability of big data analytics and IoT platforms to provide value to each of these market segments. The use of AI for decision-making in IoT and data analytics will be crucial for efficient and effective decision-making, especially in the area of streaming data and real-time analytics associated with edge computing networks.

Real-time data will be a key value proposition for all use cases, segments, and solutions. The ability to capture streaming data, determine valuable attributes, and make decisions in real-time will add an entirely new dimension to service logic. In many cases, the data itself, and actionable information will be the service.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Executive Summary

2 Big Data in Internet of Things

3 Big Data in IoT Business Trends and Predictions

4 Big Data in IoT Vendor Ecosystem

5 Big Data in IoT Market Analysis and Forecasts

6 Big Data Case Studies

7 Select Company Analysis

8 Summary and Conclusions

Companies Mentioned

  • 1010Data (Advance Communication Corp.)
  • Accenture
  • Actian Corporation
  • AdvancedMD
  • Alation
  • Allscripts Healthcare Solutions
  • Alpine Data Labs
  • Alteryx
  • Amazon
  • Apache Software Foundation
  • Apple Inc.
  • APTEAN (Formerly CDC Software)
  • AthenaHealth Inc.
  • Attunity
  • BGI
  • Big Panda
  • Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Bosch
  • Capgemini
  • CARTO
  • Cerner Corporation
  • Cisco Systems
  • Cloudera
  • Cogito Ltd.
  • Computer Science Corporation
  • Compuverde
  • Crux Informatics
  • Data Inc.
  • Data Stax
  • Databricks
  • DataDirect Network
  • Dataiku
  • Datameer
  • Dell EMC
  • Deloitte
  • Domo
  • eClinicalWorks
  • Epic Systems Corporation
  • Facebook
  • Fluentd
  • Flytxt
  • Fujitsu
  • General Electric
  • GenomOncology
  • GoodData Corporation
  • Google
  • Greenplum
  • Gridgain Systems
  • Groundhog Technologies
  • Guavus
  • Hack/reduce
  • Hitachi Data Systems
  • Hortonworks
  • HP Enterprise
  • HPCC Systems
  • IBM
  • Illumina Inc
  • Imply Corporation
  • Red Hat
  • Revolution Analytics
  • Roche Diagnostics
  • VolMetrix (Microsoft)
  • Wipro
  • Workday (Platfora)
  • WuXi NextCode Genomics (Genuity Science)
  • Zoomdata (Logi Analytics)

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