Real IoT: How Leading Innovators Achieve Meaningful Business Results

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Businesses in every industry across the globe are rapidly transforming as they discover the unprecedented value of connectivity via the Internet of Things (IoT). Market leaders are bringing their products to life with embedded wireless sensors, enabling them to capture critical data and deliver innovative services that increase operational efficiencies, open up new, recurring revenue streams, and add greater value for customers.

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