You already know the IoT represents a huge opportunity. But do you fully understand how to make money as your device business becomes more of a digital business? There are opportunities from the edge to the cloud, in connected and disconnected devices – if you know where to look.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced that it plans to invest $4 billion (€3.46 billion) in Intelligent Edge technologies and services over the next four years. This strategic organic investment will be focused on helping customers turn all of their data – from every edge to any cloud – into intelligence that drives seamless interactions
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Flexera has unveiled a new Software Monetisation module empowering software suppliers to strategically grow their software business. FlexNet Customer Growth helps software suppliers truly assess if their customers are getting value from their products and forecast renewals more accurately – all in a personalised, graphical dashboard.
A new study from Juniper Research has found that smart speakers such as Amazon Echo, Google Home, and the Sonos One will be installed in over 70 million US households by 2022, reaching 55% of all homes. Total installed devices will exceed 175 million.
Smart manufacturing and the IoT is driving the next industrial revolution. Manufacturing is on the cusp of a revolution – the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution! In 2016, IDC estimates the manufacturing segment invested $178 billion(€152.89 billion) in IoT spending, twice as much as the transportation segment, the second largest IoT vertical market.
Mike Bell is the executive vice president of IoT & Devices at Canonical. He joined the company in October 2016 from car maker Jaguar Land Rover’s connected car and in-car entertainment business. This background gives him great familiarity with embedded devices as Canonical focuses its IoT and devices efforts on the mobility, industrial, networking and digital signage sectors with its [...]
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It will be many years before the thinking machines of science fiction become reality. No system today can match the reasoning abilities and conversational skills of HAL 9000, the onboard computer from the movie 2001 a Space Odyssey,
Actility, a provider of Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) for the Internet of Things (IoT), has successfully completed its Series D funding round. The company has raised $75 million to enhance its IoT solutions portfolio.
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