Edge computing squares off IoT and cloud data needs

There is a move towards edge computing as an operational solution to address the data processing needs of the growing Internet of Things (IoT). But what is edge computing and how does it ease the data analytics demands of companies? Antony Savvas looks closely at the developing opportunities.

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Wireless VR will strain data networks, creating an extra 21,000Pb of traffic by 2021, says Juniper

A new report from Juniper Research on Virtual Reality (VR) forecasts that wireless VR headsets (smartphone-based and standalone) data consumption will grow by over 650% over the next 4 years, from nearly 2,800PB (Petabytes) in 2017 to over 21,000PB in 2021.

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IoT analytics needs speed to process data as businesses move from selling unconnected products to selling connected services

Mohsen Mohseninia is vice president of market development, Europe, at Aeris, the IoT pioneer which is both a technology provider and a cellular network operator delivering comprehensive IoT/M2M services to leading brands around the world. Here, Rickard Andersson, an analyst at research firm Berg Insight, interviews Mohseninia to learn more about the company and its

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The challenges of designing UX for IoT – Part 1

The Internet of Things (IoT) is connecting people and physical things to change the way business is done. There are a lot of aspects in IoT where innovation is happening from data processing to security to firmware to storage.

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RAC selects Microsoft to deliver next generation of telematics-based solutions for customers

In a move that marks a significant further shift towards “access from anywhere” cloud-based services for its customers, the RAC, a UK-based motoring organisation providing services for both private and business motorists, has selected Microsoft to add scale to its telematics platform and to transform data into new services.

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