Leveraging Wi-Fi networks for the IoT

IHS Technology

The Internet of Things (IoT) is revolutionizing how companies deliver services. The network is a fundamental component of any IoT solution, and the impact of IoT is magnified by the reach and coverage of the underlying network. This webinar explores how companies can leverage their existing Wi-Fi networks to deliver connectivity to IoT devices, and how they can extend networks to non-Wi-Fi devices using alternative technologies, such as Bluetooth LE, HaLow, or ZigBee.
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Blockchains may improve any process where multiple parties need to access, verify, send or store information securely. This information could be a person’s identity, a product’s supply-chain history, a digital asset like money, or an algorithm (a ‘smart contract’) which automates a contractual relationships between parties. Traditional, centralised, databases can also store such information, but are opaque and vulnerable to unauthorised access, distribution or deletion.


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Make IoT Pay Off with Big Data Streaming Analytics

Attend this session, hosted by Information Management, and learn about the keystone that connects IoT with big value: Big Data streaming analytics. Mike Gualtieri, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, will describe early adoption in telco, insurance, and oil and gas; explain the market drivers and uses cases
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Data Engineering for the Internet of Things

IBM

With the potential to transform how and when decisions are made throughout business and our daily lives, the value of the Internet of Things (IoT) is currently being realized across a variety of industries, from manufacturing and utilities, to advertising and healthcare.
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Beyond 2G – Migrating a Path to LTE for M2M and IoT Devices

The Morey Corporation

Over the past 20-plus years, the security, industrial, remote monitoring, and other sectors have relied almost exclusively on 2G networks to power their machine-to-machine (M2M) devices, applications, and services. But with carriers looking to reclaim bandwidth for future network technologies.
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Current Trends in Cellular IoT – The Bigger Picture

Altair Semiconductor

LTE is fast being recognized as a platform of choice for IoT connectivity, for a range of applications – from smart utility meters and connected homes, to wearable devices and smart cities. Now, as the mass rollout of IoT is taking place, it is necessary to take a step back for a macro view of current trends, to establish where the market currently stands and – more importantly – where it needs to go from here. Two important questions are at the fore: What is the expected timeframe for CAT-M1/CAT-NB1/NB-IoT deployment? How is it expected to shape the IoT space?
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Spotlight

Blockchains may improve any process where multiple parties need to access, verify, send or store information securely. This information could be a person’s identity, a product’s supply-chain history, a digital asset like money, or an algorithm (a ‘smart contract’) which automates a contractual relationships between parties. Traditional, centralised, databases can also store such information, but are opaque and vulnerable to unauthorised access, distribution or deletion.

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