Webinar on-demand: The anatomy of IIoT Features, functions, and capability

ECHELON

As IoT moves to the mainstream, what are the important features and capabilities needed to IoT and IIoT devices to compute and interconnect with one another? In this webinar, we explore connectivity, multimedia, compute power and software apps that make up the IoT ecosystem.
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Spotlight

When we think of being connected to the Internet, our minds immediately shift to our computers, phones, and most recently tablets. This week at Cisco live, I shared that in 2008, the number of devices connected to the Internet exceeded the number of people on Earth.


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5G for IoT: Beyond the Hype

Sierra Wireless

Are you feeling behind on your 5G strategy with all the market hype hitting your newsfeeds? Relax, when it comes to IoT, now is the time to start thinking about 5G. Whether you’re brand new to cellular or looking to migrate your 2G, 3G, 4G, or LPWA (LTE-M/NB-IoT) deployments, 5G really does address all your IoT use-cases.
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Best Practices for Continuous Testing of IoT Products

Volansys

Today, connected products and IoT platforms deliver immersive experiences throughout customer, partner and employee engagements. However, adding connectivity to traditional products has its own challenges. The underlining fact is many manufacturers (OEMs) are not prepared to address all complexities involved with adding connectivity to their products.
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IoT and the Edge Panel Discussion

rti

As IoT continues to mature, as the amount of information being generated increases, companies must find better and more automated ways to process it. Sending everything to the cloud can increase costs associated with data delivery and processing.
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Edge to Cloud for IoT: Accelerating Beyond the Hype

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

IoT would be easy if you could connect sensors to the cloud for analysis, cross-site visibility, storage, and recovery. But, more than half of all Industrial IoT deployments require data pre-processing at the edge before being sent to the cloud or to a datacenter. It appears as if we are entering another return to distributed computing environments.
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Spotlight

When we think of being connected to the Internet, our minds immediately shift to our computers, phones, and most recently tablets. This week at Cisco live, I shared that in 2008, the number of devices connected to the Internet exceeded the number of people on Earth.

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