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Satellite based LoRa® unlocks Europe-wide IoT

May 16, 2022

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Big data is the dominant economic currency in a changing world moving at an increasingly accelerated pace. The speed and frequency with which data is collected, processed, and actioned is crucial to delivering the core promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) – either saving money through optimized operations or enabling new business models to generate new revenue streams.

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IM Flash

Making the memory that makes the world mobile. IM Flash is a joint venture between Intel and Micron founded in 2006. With parents like these, it is no wonder we have become an industry leader in just a few years! IM Flash combines the best from Intel and Micron - Intel’s multi-level cell technology and history of innovation plus Micron’s NAND technology and efficient manufacturing – to create a culture all our own.

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IoT Security for Commercial Buildings

whitePaper | November 24, 2019

In 2017 the number of connected devices in commercial buildings surpassed the mark of 1 billion. By 2021 this number will grow to more than 3,6 billion devices. However – even though there are so many connected devices, applications for Smart Buildings remain in silos, each with their own proprietary solutions.

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IoT Privacy preservation using blockchain

whitePaper | November 11, 2019

Internet of things security will be a big challenge for the enterprises working behind the build-up of the internet of things, and it’s application. With IoT, another buzzword is blockchain-based cryptocurrency bitcoin. Blockchain technology has proven itself as one of the most secured existing technology. In this paper, we have discussed the significant challenges that will come up in identity management due to the heterogeneity of devices.

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IoT at the Edge: HOW AI WILL TRANSFORM IOT ARCHITECTURE

whitePaper | May 23, 2021

The vast amounts of data constantly collected by the billions of sensors and devices that make up the Internet of Things (IoT) can pose a serious processing challenge for businesses that rely on traditional intelligence and analytics tools. An emerging solution is to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning to build intelligent systems that automatically gather, process, and extract actionable insights from IoT data - in real time without the need for human intervention. How are AI-enabled systems transforming IoT devices and applications at the edge, and what are some of the emerging use cases we can expect to see in the near future?

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AWS Prescriptive Guidance - Building an industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) digital transformation strategy

whitePaper | June 20, 2022

The industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) refers to the use of internet-connected sensors and devices in the industrial sectors, such as manufacturing, energy, automotive, healthcare, life sciences, and agriculture. IIoT allows telemetry data collection from equipment, machines, and field devices in an operational environment. These environments are commonly subject to industrial regulations; compute, networking, and power constraints; and inclement conditions, and all of these challenges contribute to the complexity of designing an IIoT solution.

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Aruba IOT gateway solution

whitePaper | May 4, 2022

The Internet of Things, represents the billion autonomous devices connected to a network, primarily the Internet. You could find it at home, in the cities, in the industry, at hospital, and almost everywhere. IoT has given rise to concepts called smart home, smart cities, Industry 2.0 / 4.0 (depending if it’s used with or without AI) or smart healthcare.

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Accelerating the Impact of Industrial IoT in Small and Medium‑Sized Enterprises

whitePaper | February 12, 2020

Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the manufacturing sector are being left behind in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. This worrying trend is exacerbating economic inequality, stifling opportunities for social mobility and dragging down global industrial productivity. To benefit from the technological advancements of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, SMEs will need to overcome a range of challenges including a dearth of skilled employees, lack of access to capital and unclear returns on investment, a need to revamp their firm’s infrastructure and processes, a need to update information technology and operational technology, and navigate a nascent technology landscape that is currently poised to serve larger companies.

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IM Flash

Making the memory that makes the world mobile. IM Flash is a joint venture between Intel and Micron founded in 2006. With parents like these, it is no wonder we have become an industry leader in just a few years! IM Flash combines the best from Intel and Micron - Intel’s multi-level cell technology and history of innovation plus Micron’s NAND technology and efficient manufacturing – to create a culture all our own.

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