Accelerating IoT as a Service

| September 4, 2019

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IoT is an amalgam of various technologies starting from devices/sensors connecting through
networks to the cloud, to processing data from devices using various techniques to draw
actionable insights. The complexity is further increased by applications that are enabled through
various levels of technology from different vendors that require varied skill sets to implement,
maintain and improve.

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