Blockchain IoT Solutions Congress

November 2, 2021 | USA

Blockchain IoT Solutions Congress, 2 November 2021 is an exclusive free-to-attend virtual event that will shine a spotlight on the real use cases and cutting-edge solutions that are revolutionising industries. Join a peer group of innovative leaders including CTO’s, CIO’s, Heads of Innovation and Strategy, IT and Information System Directors, and more within this connected ecosystem.

Spotlight

On-device resources pose yet another potential difficulty. Cost restrictions are a key issue, leading to compromises in RAM, processing power and more meaning that existing mobile operating systems and device drivers won't always be easy to migrate due to excessive footprint. This results in a range of limitations that challenge IoT implementations.


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Spotlight

On-device resources pose yet another potential difficulty. Cost restrictions are a key issue, leading to compromises in RAM, processing power and more meaning that existing mobile operating systems and device drivers won't always be easy to migrate due to excessive footprint. This results in a range of limitations that challenge IoT implementations.

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