The Future of Smart Systems and IoT Analytics

January 30, 2020

The Internet of Things (IoT) and the new
world of Smart Systems are ushering
in an era where people, machines,
devices, sensors, and businesses are
all connected and able to interact with
one another. The convergence of networked
computing and large-scale data management
with real time machine intelligence is driving the
integration of the physical and virtual worlds and
creating unimagined business opportunities.

Spotlight

Joyent

Joyent, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung, is a provider of modern, open cloud infrastructure as a service. The San Francisco-based company created Triton, a cloud infrastructure solution built with the agility and flexibility to evolve with new architectures and applications while optimizing performance and driving down costs. Large enterprises use Triton to successfully run and scale cloud-based web, mobile and IOT applications at half the costs of other cloud providers.

OTHER WHITEPAPERS
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IoT Edge Controller

whitePaper | November 14, 2019

The Internet of Things (IoT) affects many industries as connected devices streamline business processes and add entirely new revenue streams for global organizations. By creating strong trusted relationships between things, systems, data, and people, organizations can introduce more personalized, automated, and enhanced experiences for their customers and generate new revenue streams.

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Global Industry Standards for Industrial IoT

whitePaper | June 2, 2021

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a rapidly expanding world of connected objects. As IIoT systems proliferate, large amounts of data are consumed by machine learning algorithms and shared between partners, customers and others. IIoT is a technology environment in which integration and interoperability are critical capabilities and the complexity of this environment makes this difficult to achieve. Standards play a critical role in IIoT for five main reasons. First, users and vendors cannot engineer a custom interface every time components or systems need to interact. Standards can make this explosion of interfaces manageable; they are the lingua franca for interoperability. For suppliers, this eliminates needless costs related to common capabilities instead encouraging a focus on innovations that add value.

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Industrial Internet of Thing

whitePaper | January 2, 2020

The brief report provides a positioning of developments in the area referred to as Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – loosely interpreting this as the industrial developments associated with the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT in turn describes the extension of the application of internet communications beyond computers and networked devices to also include the networking of everyday objects. In the context of industrial operations these objects are typically equipment, products and raw materials.

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Bust the Top Myth of 5G Adoption to Lead the Evolution of the Internet of Things

whitePaper | December 19, 2019

As the world awaits the premiere of 5G, excitement about the future of the Internet of Things (IoT) is growing. Smart cities, mobile health, smart utilities, and connected buildings – these are just some of the life-changing applications that are highly anticipated. But do you really have to wait until 5G is ready to deliver these capabilities?

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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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Security Impact of IoT on the Enterprise

whitePaper | November 28, 2019

We are moving to a time where many ‘things’ that we know and use have the capability to be connected to a network either wired or wirelessly. The way we use technology is becoming more integrated in all aspects of our daily lives and is steadily integrating within the enterprise environment. A core concern for businesses is therefore the risk of introducing Internet of Things (IoT) devices to the enterprise.

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Spotlight

Joyent

Joyent, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung, is a provider of modern, open cloud infrastructure as a service. The San Francisco-based company created Triton, a cloud infrastructure solution built with the agility and flexibility to evolve with new architectures and applications while optimizing performance and driving down costs. Large enterprises use Triton to successfully run and scale cloud-based web, mobile and IOT applications at half the costs of other cloud providers.

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