Internet of Things (IoT) Network
Multi-tiered architectures with intelligent gateways allow decisions to be made at the edge, requiring less data to travel all the way to the data center.
CSPs hope IoT will propel their next big growth phase; but monetization, ROI and the sheer nature of IoT makes it a complex undertaking.
IoT developers today have the opportunity to not only say they created another new product, but also that they changed the world for the better.
More families are considering a smart home system to support caregiving plans, using sensors to help seniors safely and comfortably age in place.
By boosting the productivity of human and capital assets, IoT location-based services can drive new business opportunities.
As the internet of things becomes ubiquitous, we must recognize the effect that increased connectivity is having on the data center.
The EIU IoT Business Index 2017 found the internet of things is driving business, but is not without challenges that must be addressed.
Learn key steps to build a killer-category, future-proof internet of things solution that will endure now and in the future.
While flashy IoT gets the most headlines, the most impactful IoT advancements in years to come will likely be unnoticeable to the naked eye.
We can now treat the centralization of IoT smarts and data as an architectural decision, not one forced by economics or physical limitations.
Edge computing devices can make data available in real-time. Here are three reasons why edge computing should be a key component of your IIoT plan.
For IoT device communication, two specialized, competing protocols stand out: MQTT and CoAP. Take a look at what they are and when to use them.
Industrial IoT is changing the face of embedded development, as security implications and wireless complexity associated with it must be addressed.
Data from IoT devices offers great insight, yet is often underutilized. It's time to overcome the barriers that have stood in the way of leveraging it.
As devices become smarter and more connected, it is only natural that location enters into the equation for better contextual experiences.