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Giving The Next IoT Hardware Hit A Head Start
If only hardware innovation could move at the speed of inspiration. Alas, design cycles, parts sourcing, production, and certification requirements can often result in years spent jumping through hoops before a product can be brought to market. This lengthy and costly process means developers lacking the necessary time, team, or capital face insurmountable barriers to entry that ultimately leave great ideas stranded on whiteboards. We’re seeing this play out in the Internet of Things (IoT) space right now. While tens of billions of IoT devices are expected to hit the low power cellular networks, such as narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) and enhanced machine-type communication (eMTC) networks are rapidly being built, we’ll only see a fraction of the innovation that’s possible.
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