Monetizing the Internet of Things (IoT)

Flexera Software

In Gartner’s recent Emerging Technology Analysis Report: Licensing and Entitlement Management is the Key to Monetizing the Internet of Things, Gartner states that the Internet of Things (IoT) turns all hardware and appliance OEM vendors into software providers. They go on to say that licensing and entitlement management technology will serve as a key mechanism that enables manufacturers to protect and monetize the embedded intellectual property running as software on these connected devices.
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We recently launched the ASUS IoT sub-brand to bring attention to our impressive range of AIoT technologies. Many of our latest IoT technologies are on full display in our new headquarters building in Taipei.


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