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Press Release: Aeris Chooses Google Cloud Platform for Fusion IoT Network™

SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Aeris, a technology leader in the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced that it has chosen Google Cloud Platform (GCP) as the infrastructure provider for the Fusion IoT Network, one of the first-ever intelligent global solutions for connecting IoT devices across 2G, 3G, LTE, LTE-M, and NB-IoT. The multi-year partnership between Aeris and GCP will focus on advancing cutting-edge IoT cellular connectivity, delivering significant steps forward in security, operational efficiency, and customer choice and flexibility. [Note to editors: See also, “Aeris Announces Fusion IoT Network,” announced today.]

The recently announced Fusion IoT Network turns the traditional IoT cellular connectivity model upside down – breaking application and connectivity silos, enabling an unparalleled level of feature innovation, and delivering game-changing advantages to enterprise customers. To deliver these benefits, the Fusion IoT Network leverages a multi-technology, cloud-native network infrastructure – a complete suite of cellular network elements purpose-built for IoT, including an HLR/HSS, PCRF, SMSC, AAA, PGW, and OSS/BSS subsystems. Based on over a decade of development and more than 50 patents, these network elements are hardened with real-world experience, processing more than 1 billion transactions per day with telco-grade reliability.

Aeris chose GCP as the cloud infrastructure and platform for the Fusion IoT Network based on critical advantages in managed Kubernetes, global IP network superiority, reliability, cost efficiency, and ML/AI innovation over other cloud providers. For example, GCP’s Virtual Private Cloud IP network provides a distinct advantage to Aeris through its global performance and flexibility. Likewise, the Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) has been instrumental in making Aeris’ transition to Kubernetes easier, faster, and more cost-efficient.

The migration of the Fusion IoT Network to GCP is the first step in a multi-year collaboration in technology, enabling simpler, faster, and more reliable IoT deployments, and in joint go-to-market to bring these advantages to a large segment of joint IoT customers.

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Drew Johnson, Vice President of Engineering, Aeris
“Cloud 2.0 is about taking advantage of the compute density and orchestrated flexibility of Kubernetes, and Google’s GKE is the best available right now. Moving forward, we clearly see how the Aeris technology coupled with the Google IP network and AI capabilities will enable us to provide unprecedented performance, security, and network intelligence for the Fusion IoT Network.”

Cassio Tiete, Vice President of Business Development, Aeris
“The Google and Aeris partnership creates the perfect bridge for enterprises to securely and with confidence embrace the transformation from IoT. This is the first step in a strategic partnership that enriches IoT solutions footprint of both companies from device connectivity through AI/ML.”

About Aeris
Aeris is a pioneer and a leader in the market of the Internet of Things with a proven history of helping companies unlock value through connected technologies. We strive to fundamentally improve business performance by dramatically reducing costs, accelerating time-to-market, and enabling new revenue streams. Built from the ground up for IoT and road tested at scale, the Aeris Fusion IoT Network™ and the Aeris Mobility Platform span the IoT technology stack―from global connectivity to application services. Visit www.aeris.com to learn how we can inspire you to create new business models and to participate in the revolution of the Internet of Things.

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Press Release: PayScale Q3 Index Shows Mild Wage Growth Across U.S. Despite Record Low Unemployment

SEATTLE, Oct. 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, PayScale Inc, the leader in precise, on-demand cloud compensation data and software for businesses and individuals, released the Q3 2019 PayScale Index, which tracks quarterly and annual trends in compensation and provides a U.S. wage forecast for the coming quarter. The most recent Q3 Index revealed nominal wages increased by 0.5 percent quarter over quarter or 2.6 percent year over year and cities with a concentration of technology jobs showed the strongest wage growth.

“Unemployment numbers hit a record low of 3.5 percent in September. This was not surprising with job growth averaging 161,000 new jobs per month for the first nine months of the year,” said Sudarshan Sampath, Director of Research at PayScale. “However, we are now seeing this remarkable job growth begin to slow, as the economy loses some of its spark. We expect wage growth to remain at its steady rate in the coming months as a result.”

These are the key findings from PayScale’s Q3 2019 Index:

Tech cities showed the strongest wage growth:

  • The tech center of San Francisco was again the metro area in the U.S. that experienced the largest increase with an annual wage growth of 4.3 percent. In addition, the tech cities of Seattle and Austin also saw wages increase 4 percent year over year.
  • Annual wages in Pittsburgh jumped up 3.7 percent – ranking the city’s wage growth the fourth fastest in the country – after three quarters of lackluster growth.
  • Wage growth in the oil city of Houston was the slowest in the nation, falling 0.6 percent quarter over quarter and posting only 0.5 percent annual wage growth. This is likely a reflection of recent fluctuations in energy markets.

Transportation jobs posted strong wage growth:

  • Occupations in Transportation grew an impressive 4.9 percent annually, likely due to the lagging impact of consumer spending in the U.S.
  • Information Technology jobs continued to post strong growth numbers with wages up 3.2 percent year over year.
  • For another quarter, Marketing & Advertising jobs showed notable annual wage growth of 2.9 percent.
  • Art & Design and Social Service jobs were at the bottom of the occupations list with a decline in annual wage growth of 0.3 percent and tepid growth of just 1.3 percent, respectively.

Wages in the Arts, Entertainment and Recreation industry grew considerably:

  • Wage growth in the Arts, Entertainment and Recreation industry topped the list of industries at 3.4 percent year over year. Like wage growth in transportation jobs, this growth may be due to an increase in discretionary spending.
  • Both Manufacturing and the Energy and Utilities industries showed lackluster annual wage growth of 2.3 percent.

National wages in Canada continued to grow:

  • Nationally, wages in Canada grew by 2.6 percent year over year, the same as nominal wage growth experienced in the U.S.
  • Ottawa topped the Canadian list of metros with annual wage growth increasing 3.5 percent while the energy city of Calgary saw wages fall 0.2 percent year over year.

The PayScale Index is a different economic measure than the Employment Cost Index (ECI) reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). While the ECI tracks employment costs within organizations, the PayScale Index tracks workers’ wages across various organizations. This means the PayScale Index will capture changes in employees’ wages when they move to a different company, while the ECI does not. There is value in using both the ECI and the PayScale Index to determine relative wage growth in the U.S. economy.

To view the entire interactive Q3 2019 PayScale index which reflects wage trends across various industries, job categories, company sizes and major metros, including Canada, please visit: https://www.payscale.com/payscale-index  For information about the methodology of the PayScale Index, please visit: https://www.payscale.com/payscale-index/compensation-trends-methodology

About PayScale:
PayScale offers modern compensation software and the most precise, real-time, data-driven insights for employees and employers alike. More than 8,000 customers, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, use PayScale to power pay decisions for more than 23 million employees. These companies include Encana, Patagonia, The New York Times, Sunsweet, T-Mobile, United Health Group, Wendy’s and Perry Ellis. For more information, please visit: www.payscale.com or follow PayScale on Twitter: https://twitter.com/payscale.

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