Nick Sacke, the head of IoT and Products at Comms365, believes IoT is on the cusp of mass deployment, as organisations use Lower Powered Wide Area Networking (LPWAN) and new IoT-as-aService (IoTaaS) deployment models to achieve fast, minimal risk, low cost innovation.
The summer break is behind us. With a rested mind, we want to reflect on the status of the Internet of Things (IoT). There are many factors affecting the market place. On the technological side, continuous developments excite supply and demand: the return of relevance of connectivity forms with LPWAN and 5G, the evolution and sophistication of platform services, the questions on the [...]
“Working with Blockchain: all the basics” is a concise, clear explanation of Bitcoin and Distributed Ledger Technology (Blockchain) that is ushering in a groundbreaking way of conducting business.
Internet of Things is no longer a trend or a future dystopia; it is happening today, is growing rapidly and will surely revolutionise many industries. As a result, there will soon be too many devices generating too much data for central cloud to operate efficiently. Bandwidth and latency will become bottlenecks for many IoT applications, says Siavash Alamouti, the president and chief [...]
Connecting individual consumers over mobile networks is one thing, but connecting a business’s multitude of IoT devices over many different global networks is another challenge altogether. Up to now though, in most cases, the same inflexible SIM technology has been deployed in both scenarios, which isn’t ideal for mission critical business data. An alternative solution for [...]
Significant cost savings, unparalleled customer insight, minimal infrastructure requirements, and numerous other factors have made the Internet of Things (IoT) the next great paradigm shift. But technology advances do not necessarily translate into profits, as the dot com era clearly demonstrated.
There already are hundreds of IoT companies that have filed for bankruptcy or [...]
When vendors announce end-of-life (EOL) status for servers, routers, and console managers that are part of data centre infrastructure, IT administrators and network architects must re-evaluate their ecosystem of equipment.
The amount of data being produced is escalating. Everyday personal activities are accompanied by a device that feeds back to a database – we’re getting around town using integrated navigation apps, accessing public services provided by our municipality, using local transport with our contactless cards, and making purchases with our credit cards.
Nothing new, but certainly still worthy of emphasis: smaller manufacturers represent an essential and dynamic component of the U.S. manufacturing industry. The Part 1 of the article yesterday consisted of smart manufacturing, digital manufacturing, digital transformation etc., the continuation of the article lies below.