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  • The IoT Is a Thing, But What Is It Really? #CES2016

    The IoT Is a Thing, But What Is It Really? #CES2016

    A massive technology conference devoted to “things” should be delighted that an Internet exists to connect them all. But exactly how that connection will work remains a puzzle.

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  • Why Verizon May Sell Its Data Centers

    Rumors have it that Verizon is going to sell its network of 48 data centers for $2.5 billion. Reports of the planned sale emerged this week, with no indication as to why Verizon might be doing so. Whi

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  • UK Wants to Lead Worldwide IoT Efforts

    The British government plans to pump more than $13 million into the creation of a new interdisciplinary Research Hub in an effort to make the UK the world leader in the development of the Internet of

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  • Greenwave Systems Nets $60M for IoT Global Development

    Greenwave Systems Nets $60M for IoT Global Development

    Greenwave Systems, an Internet of Things (IoT) software and services company, is getting $60 million to expand its global footprint, primarily in Asia-Pacific. The Irvine, Calif.-based company just se

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  • What's 100 Times Faster Than Wi-Fi?

    What's 100 Times Faster Than Wi-Fi?

    Imagine an instant Internet. A really fast one that far exceeds the performance you’re promised when signing up for a cable package. And to make it crazier, it all comes from a light bulb. This

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  • 2015 Contributors of the Year: Deb Miller

    Reading through Deb Miller's articles can at times feel as if you stumbled onto a pop culture site.  But don't be fooled.  Dr. Who, The Twilight Zone, Steve Miller Band — all of these

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  • The IoT Is More Than a Buzzword - and Growing Bigger

    The IoT Is More Than a Buzzword - and Growing Bigger

    Hindsight being 20/20 and all, it’s interesting to look back and see that 2015 was an eventful and interesting year for the Internet of Things (IoT). Probably the most talked about topic in IoT

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  • How To Transform IoT Data to Knowledge

    How To Transform IoT Data to Knowledge

    Many businesses are drawn to the Internet of Things (IoT) by the promise of data. It's the proverbial pot of gold at the end of the IoT rainbow. There's no argument that today's ubiquitous connectivit

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  • Automation is Awesome: Bring On The Machines

    Automation is Awesome: Bring On The Machines

    Robots have a bad reputation. Remember WALL·E? Or Ex Machina? It’s usually a sort of depressing, and often creepy, world we're referencing when we talk about machines with a personality a

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  • SAP's HANA Bet Seems to Be Paying Off

    SAP's HANA Bet Seems to Be Paying Off

    There’s a reason that Larry Ellison keeps taking swipes at SAP when he talks about databases in public.  In fact there’s more than one reason — there are 1300. That’s

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  • 3 Reasons to Thank IT

    3 Reasons to Thank IT

    As we in the US gather to give thanks and test the limits of our stomachs, take a moment to consider the IT department. Faced with increasingly complex jobs, under threat from "shadow IT" and security

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  • How Open Architecture Drives Value for the Industrial IoT

    There’s an ongoing debate about the benefits of open- versus closed-architecture systems for many applications in the industrial products world. And this debate has become particularly relevant

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  • Banking on the IoT in Financial Services

    Banking on the IoT in Financial Services

    “Firms could start with the assumption that every single object in the day- to-day lives of both customers and employees will soon be able to share data,” wrote the authors of a report on

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  • Designing a Better IoT

    Designing a Better IoT

    The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a fundamental shift in the paradigm of personal computing. For the vast majority of my life computing has been human-centric: a person has been the operator and

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