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Connected Things IoT conference
CONNECTED THINGS IOT CONFERENCE
March 25-25, 2019
We hope to see you at the MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) Cambridge 2019 Connected Things IoT conference on March 25 at the MIT Media Lab, in Cambridge Massachusetts. This year, our theme is disruptive IoT. Forces contributing to disruptive IoT include new networks, new devices and especially new busin...

IoT Forum Africa 2019
IOT FORUM AFRICA 2019
March 26-27, 2019
Prepare for what’s happening in your industry — with industry-focused content in break-away sessions throughout the conference. Drive business growth with insights on disruption and innovation in your specific industry. The Internet of Things requires improved security controls and bette...


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The OpenFog Consortium recently announced the availability of a compendium of new perspectives on fog computing featuring articles and use cases contributed by OpenFog members and leading network and technology companies. Titled “Bridging the Cloud-to-Things Continuum,” the collection of perspectives on fog computing is published by Tech Idea Research. The collection can be accessed here. Many of the contributions are from some of the earliest advocates and adopters of fog computing ...
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As it continues to develop network support for its internet of things (IoT) strategy, SK Telecom will upgrade its LTE-M network to also support LTE Cat-M1, which the company says will open up a more broad range of IoT applications....

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And that’s where network speed and capacity come in, both of which have been roaring along with the growth of The Internet of Things.

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The Eclipse Foundation open source community is collaborating with Bosch Software Innovations, Red Hat and Eurotech to develop interoperable IoT components that can be deployed to a Cloud platform. We are constantly reminded that IoT is all about the ecosystem, but such extensive industry networks are only as valuable as their ability to work together and interoperate without unnecessary complications....
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The NB-IoT and LTE-M technologies are Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) cellular network layers that will allow millions of everyday objects to be connected to the Internet of Things (IoT). LPWA technologies offer many advantages when connecting objects to the Internet of Things....

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The first OpenStack Summit was held in Austin, Texas, in 2011 with 75 participants. In celebration of five great years, organizers brought the event back to its inaugural site April 25-29 of this year. The event featured more than 7,000 visitors from 50 countries, including users, DevOps teams, vendors, analysts, and me. We generally discussed how we can make OpenStack more agile and responsive to user needs and got a great look at the latest Mitaka release....
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EVENTS

Connected Things IoT conference
CONNECTED THINGS IOT CONFERENCE
March 25-25, 2019
We hope to see you at the MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) Cambridge 2019 Connected Things IoT conference on March 25 at the MIT Media Lab, in Cambridge Massachusetts. This year, our theme is disruptive IoT. Forces contributing to disruptive IoT include new networks, new devices and especially new busin...

IoT Forum Africa 2019
IOT FORUM AFRICA 2019
March 26-27, 2019
Prepare for what’s happening in your industry — with industry-focused content in break-away sessions throughout the conference. Drive business growth with insights on disruption and innovation in your specific industry. The Internet of Things requires improved security controls and bette...