On-demand Webinar: How ready is your Edge infrastructure for the high-velocity demands of the IoT?

Datacenter dynamics

The global digital transformation of business is gaining velocity across all economic sectors. And Digital Transformation happens, primarily, at the Edge. It’s what enables, accelerates, supports, and secures IoT (including the Industrial IoT) programs and initiatives. From digital devices to autonomous vehicles and drones, cloud and network Edge compute technologies are increasingly bandwidth intensive, and latency and security sensitive.
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Spotlight

This paper addresses the Internet of Things. Main enabling factor of this promising paradigm is the integration of several technologies and communications solutions. Identification and tracking technologies, wired and wireless sensor and actuator networks, enhanced communication protocols (shared with the Next Generation Internet), and distributed intelligence for smart objects are just the most relevant. As one can easily imagine, any serious contribution to the advance of the Internet of Things must necessarily be the result of synergetic activities conducted in different fields of knowledge, such as telecommunications, informatics, electronics and social science. In such a complex scenario, this survey is directed to those who want to approach this complex discipline and contribute to its development. Different visions of this Internet of Things paradigm are reported and enabling technologies reviewed. What emerges is that still major issues shall be faced by the research community. The most relevant among them are addressed in details.


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IIoT in Action: Practical Steps & Technologies to Make IIoT a Reality Now

Schneider Electric

Industrial Internet, IIoT and Industry 4.0 are no longer about the future, but rather what you can do now. Internet-enabled technologies are converging to enrich industrial applications, advancing new solutions that optimize processes and investments.
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Industrial IoT: What is Missing and What is Next?

451 Research

451 Research has covered the adoption of Industrial IoT for several years, and it is a significant area to consider both for existing IT providers and for those industries looking to automate further. IIoT has significant long-term equipment installations, brownfield sites, as well as major new installations adopting all of the latest technology, under its umbrella. This area also has the ongoing organizational struggles between Operational Technology (OT) and IT, making projects more complicated to build and deploy. There are also some noticeable gaps in the approaches to IIoT and its related technologies that may not have been dealing with adequately.
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Forecasting Cloud’s Place in the Internet of Things

IBM

Data is no longer contained within the walls of a data center. Devices or "things" need to share data with the same quality of service whether they are in remote corners of the world or in major metropolitan areas. Flexibility, speed, and security area all required elements for real-time data analysis in IoT projects and any company wanting to transform with the Internet of Things; as a result, the Internet of Things is becoming the primary application for cloud computing. In a recent study from IBM and Business Cloud News, we learned that nearly two-thirds of respondents agree companies that are slow to integrate cloud into their IoT solutions will fall behind the competition. Learn more about current trends and future growth opportunities as data, engagement, and cloud all converge around the Internet of Things.
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Assessing IoT Security Measures

GSMA

Cyber security is the “Sword of Damocles” hanging over all IoT solutions, and service providers need to act now to secure their IoT services and protect their customers’ data. But how can companies in the IoT supply chain demonstrate that they’ve taken cyber security seriously?In this webinar, join GSMA and industry experts to find out more about the GSMA IoT Security Self-Assessment scheme and how organisations can demonstrate the measures they have taken to protect their solutions from cyber security risks.
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Spotlight

This paper addresses the Internet of Things. Main enabling factor of this promising paradigm is the integration of several technologies and communications solutions. Identification and tracking technologies, wired and wireless sensor and actuator networks, enhanced communication protocols (shared with the Next Generation Internet), and distributed intelligence for smart objects are just the most relevant. As one can easily imagine, any serious contribution to the advance of the Internet of Things must necessarily be the result of synergetic activities conducted in different fields of knowledge, such as telecommunications, informatics, electronics and social science. In such a complex scenario, this survey is directed to those who want to approach this complex discipline and contribute to its development. Different visions of this Internet of Things paradigm are reported and enabling technologies reviewed. What emerges is that still major issues shall be faced by the research community. The most relevant among them are addressed in details.

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