Intel IoT Insights Day 2015: Big Data’s Big Impact on Internet of Things

DAVID MCKINNEY | March 1, 2016

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I recently attended the Intel IoT Insights Day event in San Francisco where Intel talked about solutions we’re offering and partnerships with the industry to make Internet of Things (IoT) a reality.  Intel’s Diane Bryant, senior VP and general manager of the Data Center Group, stressed the need to accelerate the deployment of big data analytics solutions and enable every organization in every industry to extract value from data. I live and breathe analytics every day in my role at Intel.  It’s exciting to me when I see the insights that can come from all the data generated by the smart, connected things. That’s how the promise of IoT is realized.

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