Inmarsat has picked Apigee to provide an API platform that will allow Inmarsat Certified Application Providers [CAPs] to work on apps that use the Global Xpress [GX] global high-speed mobile broadband service.
Global mobile satellite communications services provider, Inmarsat has selected Apigee's API platform to enable its Certified Application Providers (CAPs) to develop apps that leverage Global Express, a globally available mobile broadband service. Apigee's technology allows Inmarsat's partners to build applications for their market sectors with the GX network's higher bandwidth. Apigee will also provide the API management and creation layer. Inmarsat will use the Apigee Edge cloud-based service as a quick-start approach get enable Inmarsat's CAPs to launch their APIs as well as create new APIs from exposed data.
A milestone event for the Social Media world was the 2012 London Summer Olympics. The 2012 Summer Olympics was the first that leveraged big data analytics in a major way to understand sentiment and reveal trends in real time. Unsurprisingly, live coverage had generated reams of content during the games. This year Winter Olympics game at Sochi is no exception, but the technology has taken the game one step forward.API technology is being leveraged in many ways during this year Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics as various companies are reaching out to developers by opening up much requested functionality within their APIs. Developers, athletes and users now have access to video streams, mobile cloud computing, schedules, results, and medal count information and much more.
In just about every major Winter Olympics event, the difference between gold and some other color of medal usually comes down to a tenth of a second. Keeping track of all those results and then broadcasting them out to the world is a vast ecosystem of APIs that connect everything from video streams to mobile computing applications all over the globe.
Mobile has very quickly caused a cataclysmic shift in today’s technology landscape, giving way to a new breed of consumers who expect information and services, literally right at their fingertips.
It’s hard to find something if you don’t know what you’re looking for.Just ask professional recruiters tasked with finding the elusive chief digital officer (CDO). A recent Gartner poll of executive search experts found that uncertainty about what’s expected of a CDO results in flawed searches for these digital leaders. Many business leaders realize the importance of going digital, but that’s where their clarity (and experience) ends.
SUMMARY:Watches, garages and data privacy are all topics of discussion in this weeks podcast featuring The Pebble Steel, a connected garage door opener and Sam Ramji of Apigee discussing business models for the internet of things.
Throwing a hackathon is a great way for companies to get their name and products out to developers, but it shouldn’t be the only outlet to engage them. “Hackathons are not the be-all and end-all,” said Scott Regan, Apigee’s developer programs leader. “Way too many companies launch hackathons and then that is it, there is nothing after that. A hackathon is meant to be one small event in a larger plan.”
You've spent tons of time and effort building your website. So when you add content, features, or functionality, you naturally focus on your website first. Wrong move. Smart businesses now think mobile first. Here's another in my series where I pick a topic and connect with someone a lot smarter than me. This time I talked to Chet Kapoor, CEO of Apigee, a provider of API technology services for developers and enterprises. (Basically they build products powered by data to deliver applications.)