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Why the Edge is Key to Unlocking IoT’s Full Potential

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To IoT’s great benefit, edge computing is about to take the spotlight. Consider that each day billions of devices connected to the Internet of Things come online. As they do, they generate mountains of information. One estimate predicts the amount of data will soar to 79.4 zettabyes within five years. Imagine storing 80 zettabytes on […]

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Fog Computing and Its Role in the Internet of Things

Fog computing refers to a decentralized computing structure. The resources, including the data and applications, get placed in logical locations between the data source and the cloud. One of the advantages of fog computing is to keep many users connected to the internet at the same time. In essence, it offers the same network and […]

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- Connected Devices, covid-19, Data and Security, edge computing, Lifestyle

Smart Technology at The Edge: Five Reasons this Transformation is Here to Stay

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The COVID-19 pandemic has sped up much of the technology change that was already underway. People have found themselves working and learning at home, which is usually at “the edge” of computing networks operated by their employers and schools. While at home, many employees are also substantially increasing their consumption of entertainment content. The changes […]

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Why IoT Needs an Open Ecosystem to Succeed

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Imagine if the internet had been built as a closed ecosystem controlled by a small set of organizations. It would look very different from the internet we know and rely on today. Perhaps this alternate version would run on a pay-per-use model, or lack tools and services that have been developed over the years by […]

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