WHAT IS IOT?

December 1, 2019

Data streams flow nonstop from IoT devices. Businesses should know where to collect all this big data, what to keep versus discard, and how to use it. That's where IoT analytics can help. Analytics reveals meaningful patterns in the data, in real time or after the data is stored in a data center or the cloud.

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Cumulocity

It all began in Mountain View, Silicon Valley, CA in 2010.At this time Nokia Siemens Networks started to innovate software solutions based on cloud technology for the IoT (Internet of Things) market. An experienced team of senior managers and engineers created award winning software products which were named Cumulocity.Cumulocity takes these software products to the next level. We are based in Düsseldorf, Germany, with engineering facilities in Germany, Poland and Portugal. Our origins as part of Nokia Siemens Networks, the world's mobile broadband specialist, gives us the experience of managing networks of millions of devices in a reliable, rapidly scalable and flexible manner. Cumulocity Software-as-a-Service offerings fundamentally reduces complexity and makes Internet-of-Things technology affordable to everyone.

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The IoT Business Index 2020: A step change in adoption

Infographic | February 21, 2020

The IoT Business Index 2020: a step change in adoption is written by The Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by Arm. It examines the results of our latest IoT Business Index, a measure of IoT adoption by the global business community. The index draws on a survey of 825 business executives, conducted in late 2019.

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Internet of things connected Premise

Infographic | December 10, 2019

In its most technical sense, it consists of integrating sensors and devices into everyday objects that are connected to the Internet over fixed and wireless networks. A new concept that develops on advances incommunications and IT by applying them to objects,enabling improved interaction.

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The Internet of Things (IoT) in a Smart Building

Infographic | December 1, 2019

The definition of what these ‘things’ are can be fuzzy and is constantly evolving. The IoT also overlaps with previous concepts like computing, wireless sensor networks and cyber-physical systems. Below is an illustration of IoT devices found within a typical smart building network and how these systems communicate with one another.

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Industry 4.0 - Smart Factories for a Smarter Future

Infographic | May 9, 2021

According to Netscribes research, the global smart factory or Industrial 4.0 market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.4% and will reach USD 74.80 billion by 2020. Over the past few decades, the manufacturing industry has gone through tremendous change. The traditional automation has been transformed to complete automation with the emergence of IoT which includes the convergence of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), artificial intelligence, robotics, cloud computing, augmented reality, and big data. The emergence of Industry4.0 or IIoT (Industrial IoT) will help manufacturers to meet the dynamic needs of the consumer market by integrating the supply chain, production line, and quality control.

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9 Security Areas to Minimise the Threats of IoT9 Security Areas to Minimise the Threats of IoT

Infographic | February 6, 2020

Poor security, easy-to-guess passwords and a lack of software updates: these are just a few of the things that can stand in the way of properly securing your Internet of Things solutions. Unfortunately, statistics show that they are not just theoretical dangers. Enough reasons for us to identify the nine largest security risks for Industrial IoT. In this infographic, we list nine security areas you need to consider when connecting your Industrial IoT equipment to the internet. Use it to your advantage.

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IoT Enterprises

Infographic | January 2, 2020

Most respondents said their company is using,or considereing using,IoT devices as part of operations. These were the most common types of data being collected by companies currently using IoT devices.

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Spotlight

Cumulocity

It all began in Mountain View, Silicon Valley, CA in 2010.At this time Nokia Siemens Networks started to innovate software solutions based on cloud technology for the IoT (Internet of Things) market. An experienced team of senior managers and engineers created award winning software products which were named Cumulocity.Cumulocity takes these software products to the next level. We are based in Düsseldorf, Germany, with engineering facilities in Germany, Poland and Portugal. Our origins as part of Nokia Siemens Networks, the world's mobile broadband specialist, gives us the experience of managing networks of millions of devices in a reliable, rapidly scalable and flexible manner. Cumulocity Software-as-a-Service offerings fundamentally reduces complexity and makes Internet-of-Things technology affordable to everyone.

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