On-demand webinar: Industry 4.0, Data Centers and the Internet of Things

datacenterdynamics

When it comes to deploying IT capacity at the edge, a multitude of environmental factors can influence what is needed. Each use case will differ in deployment size, environmental isolation requirements and ease of portability to name just a few. So there are many options for your edge data center investment.
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Spotlight

To compete over the long term in markets where companies start implementing IoT factory automation means developing an IoT strategy. For new plants, a fully integrated hardware concept with intelligent sensors, powerful embedded controllers and panel PCs linked on IP-enabled networks is a prerequisite. The future automation trends will include wireless sensors, connect to the IoT gateway device, transferring data through the cloud and provide engineers and data analysts with valuable information that can be translated into actionable and profitable plans. For hardware, rugged, modularized products with wide operating temperature range and wireless connectivity features will become more in demand because they can be installed closer to the sensors and the machinery.


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Learn how to easily prototype and evaluate your IoT Design

ASPENCORE Network

On February 7, 2019, Infineon will host a free webinar to teach design engineers tips and best practices for creating and testing new IoT designs.
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mart Cities: Analyzing the Opportunities & Threats for Telcos

InterDigital, Inc

Despite all the hype over the Internet of Things, consumer-based IoT applications have not exactly captured the public’s imagination yet. But IoT is already making a notable impact in the smart buildings area as industrial applications begin to curry favor with both large cities and real estate developers.
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Fast Data: The Key Ingredients to Real-Time Success

DBTA International Pte Ltd

Today, the average enterprise has data streaming into business-critical applications and systems from a dizzying array of endpoints, from smart devices and sensor networks, to web logs and financial transactions. This onslaught of fast data is growing in size, complexity and speed, fueled by increasing business demands along with the rise of the Internet of Things. Therefore, it is no surprise that operationalizing insights at the point-of-action has become a top priority.
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IoT Panel Webcast - Best Practices and Avoiding Pitfalls for IoT Development

E-cast

Applications for Internet of Things (IoT) are exploding in virtually every marketplace and industry. For many experienced development organizations, IoT has a "dangerous" familiarity to embedded systems development. However, challenges involving cloud services, mobile applications, embedded sensors, and internet transports are derailing many implementations which add expense and development time to correct. Join us as our panel of IoT experts discuss best practices and common pitfalls that can help keep your IoT rollout on-time and within budget.
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Spotlight

To compete over the long term in markets where companies start implementing IoT factory automation means developing an IoT strategy. For new plants, a fully integrated hardware concept with intelligent sensors, powerful embedded controllers and panel PCs linked on IP-enabled networks is a prerequisite. The future automation trends will include wireless sensors, connect to the IoT gateway device, transferring data through the cloud and provide engineers and data analysts with valuable information that can be translated into actionable and profitable plans. For hardware, rugged, modularized products with wide operating temperature range and wireless connectivity features will become more in demand because they can be installed closer to the sensors and the machinery.

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