The Zerynth Blog

Fiber optic trunk lines traverse ocean floors to attach to Internet Exchange points that connect to ISP core routers sprinkled across every continent. From there, cables and antennas branch out to connect phones and computers so that people can share memes, trade stocks and find lovers.

The inventions that made the internet as we know it are too numerous to list. But perhaps the most impactful was the one from 1989. Tim Berners-Lee realized that the internet is only as useful as the things we put on it, and came up with the concept of hypertext.

Today we work to expand that vision to its logical conclusion and give an IP address to any conceivable thing that needs one. And so as text turned into hypertext, things turn into Hyperthings. On this Internet of Things blog we keep track of that development.

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  • TLS Zerynth Continuous Learning

By |July 2nd, 2020|Zerynth Continuous Learning|

We just uploaded the third Zerynth Continuous Learning webinar on the Zerynth YouTube channel - "Everything you always wanted to know about TLS, but were too afraid to ask".

  • Zerynth Cypress webinar IoT banner

By |June 30th, 2020|News|

We're happy to announce that we are part of the Cypress IoT-AdvantEdge™ webinar series and that we'll be holding a webinar on July 16th. The topic we are going to cover is the popular "Python on PSoC® 6 MCUs for IoT and Blockchain applications" demo.

  • User Experience Zerynth

By |June 22nd, 2020|IoT Insights|

When we think of design for connected products, we tend to focus on the most visible and tangible elements. These are the industrial design of connected devices, and the user interfaces (UIs) found in mobile and web apps and on the devices themselves.

  • Zerynth Continuous Learning #3 banner

By |June 19th, 2020|Zerynth Continuous Learning|

Are you ready for the next Zerynth Continuous Learning session? We'll be holding the learning session in our offices in Pisa. So, naturally, we are going to record everything and share it with you, over our YouTube channel.

  • Business process management Zerynth

By |June 9th, 2020|IoT Insights|

Today, I would like to bring attention to a paper that I co-authored with my colleagues from the University of Pisa, and Zerytnh. The paper focuses on the Internet of Things concept and tries to explore this “buzz acronym” in the context of industrial data acquisition for Business Process Management applications.

  • Debugging tips and examples Zerynth

By |June 5th, 2020|Zerynth Continuous Learning|

Would you like to learn more about debugging? Would you like to get tips and examples? If you do, you're right on time, because we have just made a video about it.

  • Zerynth Internet of Things webinar

By |June 2nd, 2020|News|

A couple of weeks ago, we were lucky to hold an online webinar to the students at the University of Salerno. We introduced them to the Internet of Things and Zerynth tools.

By |June 1st, 2020|Zerynth Continuous Learning|

Last week we held our second Zerynth Continuous Learning webinar, titled "Zen and the Art of Embedded Debugging". As you can see from the title, this time we talked about embedded debugging.

  • Zerynth Weather predicion on a microcontroller

By |May 27th, 2020|IoT Insights|

Weather conditions are an important factor in every means of transport, especially in marine journeys. That is why I wanted to share information about a paper that I mentored, at the University of Pisa, which solves the problem of weather forecasts in maritime applications.

  • ISO 9001 Zerynth

By |May 27th, 2020|News|

We are proud to announce the achievement of ISO 9001: 15 certification. “This standard is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, the process approach and continuous improvement”