According to research carried out by 451 Research, 71% of global businesses are now gathering Internet of Things (IoT) data and 90% expect to increase spending over the next 12 months.
As enterprise customers migrate their applications to Microsoft’s Azure cloud and develop cloud-native apps, one of the capabilities available to them is the IoT platform services provided by the Azure IoT suite.
Exosite, LLC, an Internet of Things (IoT) platform provider, has launched Murano, a cloud-based IoT software platform to enable end-to-end ecosystem that helps customers develop and deliver connected products.
Mobility and IoT at the forefront of Digital Transformation
In a new paper from CCS Insight, published in conjunction with Red Hat, enterprise mobility analyst, Nicholas McQuire, highlights the opportunity for mobile operators to enhance existing services
Azul Systems (Azul), has announced that Zulu Embedded, Azul’s open source Java Virtual Machine (JVM) based on OpenJDK, now supports 32-bit ARM processors, the dominant processor architecture for embedded designs.
451 Research has released its 2016 IoT Preview Report, highlighting the key challenges facing this emerging sector.
Intel has chosen Venkata “Murthy” Renduchintala, previously co-president of Qualcomm’s mobile chip division, to run a newly created group that encompasses its PC, mobile, Internet of Things (IoT) and software businesses.
Target is offering free Fitbit activity trackers to its more than 300,000 employees as part of an effort to encourage a healthier lifestyle and decrease healthcare costs.
When it comes to introducing new technologies to any sector, understanding the cultural issues of the business communities involved can be just as critical as the choice of system or vendor. Alun Lewis, M2M Now magazine’s new editor, ponders whether we need a new breed of ‘digital anthropologist’ to help us navigate this emerging terrain and what skill sets we’ll need.
New York-based 451 Research, an IT research and advisory company, has determined that cellular/mobile Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) connections will increase nearly fourfold globally from 252 million in 2014 to 908 million in 2019.
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