IoT needs IP and IPv6 will drive the Internet of Things (IoT) with Sustainable Innovation

JOACHIM LINDBORG | May 5, 2016

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This interview was from the gogoNET LIVE! 4 conference. Joachim keynoted with the presentation, “IoT needs IP and IPv6 will drive IoT”, making the argument that for IoT to grow and reach its full potential it has to move away from proprietary siloed technologies and rest on IPv6.

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