Moving from relational to NoSQL: how to get started

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Founded in 1991, Broadcom’s mission is simple: Connecting everything®. Today, the company estimates that 99.98% of Internet traffic crosses at least one Broadcom chip – in the home, in the hand and across the network. A Fortune 500® company, Broadcom provides the industry's broadest portfolio of state-of-the-art system-on-a-chip (SoC) solutions. Its products are found everywhere on the planet, from urban corporate data centers and the cloud, to villages in some of the most isolated parts of the world. Broadcom is a company founded by engineers, managed by experienced industry leaders and powered by the talents of a highly diverse workforce. Employees focus on a single mandate: to engineer the impossible for customers. As one of the world's largest fabless semiconductor companies, Broadcom designs and develops its products in labs and design centers around the world, and then works with independent chip-making facilities to manufacture nearly two billion chips annually.

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How to Leverage IoT to Protect Your Workers

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Workers in construction, agriculture and manufacturing are reported to have the highest incident rates, according to the 2018 research of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Medical expenses for work-related injuries are scoring millions of dollars each year. In recent years, businesses have increasingly opted for industrial IoT solutions that offer advanced monitoring capabilities designed to predict and prevent incidents. In many situations, smart monitoring can save lives in the event of equipment misuse or failure, inefficient safety regulations and health-threatening sites.

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IoT as a Service: Lowering the Cost Barrier of IoT for Small and Mid-Sized Businesses

Article | March 20, 2020

There are already 20 billion IoT-connected devices, and 8 billion of those are devices used by enterprises, according to a report by Gartner. The impact of the Internet of Things market is potentially $11 trillion by 2025. The investment in IoT has come primarily from large businesses, but the technology is increasingly available via ‘as-a-service’, making it possible for businesses of all sizes to benefit. The ‘as-a-service’ model reduces the cost of ownership and capital expenditures and makes it easy for small businesses to investigate IoT with smaller up-font investments and less risk. Frank Della Rosa, research director at IDC, said that “Software as a Service (SaaS) continues to be the most highly deployed cloud segment, representing a commanding 62.4% of the total cloud market revenues.”

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THE FUTURE OF BIOMETRICS IOT

Article | March 20, 2020

In 2018 when Apple unveiled its iconic iPhone X with a feature to unlock the phone with Face ID thereby eliminating the use of the home button, it met a lot of eye-rolls. Fast forward to now, people are in love with the biometrics enabled technologies. While iPhone X had a unimodal authentication system, gadget these days have updated themselves in a better way. Let’s try to have a better understanding of the Biometrics. Biometrics are a way to measure a person’s physical characteristics to verify their identity. It can be physiological traits, like fingerprints and eyes, or behavioral traits, that define the manner an individual respond to stimuli. These characteristics are unique to the person. Once collected the data compared with the pre-existing database to find a match. Accordingly, it then produces an outcome. There are many varieties in which this data is collected. Facial and voice recognition, iris and finger scanner, signature verification, hand geometry, keystroke, gait detectors are some of the examples.

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Role of IoT in HVAC

Article | March 20, 2020

Implementation of the “Internet of Things” in the modern world is gaining pace at breakneck speed. Society is moving away from standalone devices and entering the realm of inter-connectivity. With uses in different facets of life, such as personal gadgets, retail, electricity distribution and financial services, IoT is making its mark. One such application field of IoT is in Smart Homes, or more specifically in the Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning industry (HVAC). According to a report by Zion Market Research, the global smart HVAC control market is expected to reach almost USD 28.3 billion by 2025 as compared to USD 8.3 billion in 2018. Amalgamation of the HVAC industry and IoT provides for vastly superior customer-centric services, enabling remote appliance control as a first step.

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Broadcom

Founded in 1991, Broadcom’s mission is simple: Connecting everything®. Today, the company estimates that 99.98% of Internet traffic crosses at least one Broadcom chip – in the home, in the hand and across the network. A Fortune 500® company, Broadcom provides the industry's broadest portfolio of state-of-the-art system-on-a-chip (SoC) solutions. Its products are found everywhere on the planet, from urban corporate data centers and the cloud, to villages in some of the most isolated parts of the world. Broadcom is a company founded by engineers, managed by experienced industry leaders and powered by the talents of a highly diverse workforce. Employees focus on a single mandate: to engineer the impossible for customers. As one of the world's largest fabless semiconductor companies, Broadcom designs and develops its products in labs and design centers around the world, and then works with independent chip-making facilities to manufacture nearly two billion chips annually.

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