Microsoft helps accelerate IoT with new OpenFog Consortium

SAM GEORGE | March 1, 2016

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Rich Internet of Things (IoT) applications distribute application logic between the cloud and remote devices. Some IoT application logic is best suited for remote devices at the edge of the network, such as first order filtering and batching of data, while other IoT application logic is best suited for cloud, such as rich analytics and insights over aggregate data as well as controlling and updating remote devices.

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