Internet of Things (IoT) Network
NFC Forum's Paula Hunter outlines four IoT benefits near field communication affords brands in the wearable space, as evidenced at the Wear Conference in NYC.
Low-power wide area networks are expected to have a significant impact on the growth rate of future IoT innovation. AT&T's Chris Penrose outlines some of the top things you need to know about LPWA.
Achieving IoT-connected smart city status is ultimately up to the telecom industry, local governments and public sector industries. Hortonworks' Sanjay Kumar discusses.
5G is set to take IoT to new heights, but with new tech comes new ways of doing business. Deloitte's Helena Lisachuk explains why partnerships and shared expertise will be critical to 5G and IoT's ...
With billions of connected devices coming in the next few years, we need an addressing schema that can accommodate it. NS1's Carl Levine offers predictions for how IoT will evolve in an IPv6 ...
Considering how far technology has come in a short time, one might consider when computing will become ambient and span virtual siloes. Aricent's Ben Pietrabella explains.
While adding IoT makes perfect sense and value for products, for others it doesn't. Treasure Data's Rob Parrish outlines five things to consider before turning your product into an IoT device.
NFC is the ultimate consumer IoT-enabler, creating near-term opportunities in wearables and public transport. The NFC Forum's Paula Hunter elaborates.
We're in the beginning phase of the next iteration of smart cities: Smart City 3.0. And as Ciena's Daniele Loffreda explains, proving ROI, creating alliances and focusing on the backbone (the ...
Which is better for IoT, the cloud or the edge? Nordic Semiconductor's Svein-Egil Nielsen explains why a combination of both will open up great opportunities for an IoT-enabled world.
By 2025, automated cars will create a $25 billion industry. However, to be successful, says ADRF's Greg Najjar, carriers must maintain a diverse network and work closely with auto manufacturers.
Many IoT scenarios require ways to analyze and act on collected data at the source. StreamSets' Kirit Basu explains why edge computing is gaining traction in an IoT world.
IoT needs seamless, secure connectivity, one which can only be achieved through standards. The Broadband Forum's Jason Walls explains how USP fits the bill.
In today's technology-driven world, data is the new oil. However, to make technology successful in the auto industry, says Gemalto's Kate Migon, connectivity and security are key.
To fully realize the benefits of industrial IoT, we will need a protocol around how devices talk to one another. NS1's Carl Levine explains why DNS might be just the thing to fill the gap.