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Are you wearing your IoT bling at CES?

Wearables bling. Engineers can build just about anything even if there is no market for the item — welcome to the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). If you haven’t heard, let me be the first to share the news that wearable IoT is all the rage at CES in Las Vegas this week. Did you know that every little bangle and bauble can be connected via Bluetooth, WiFi or mobile technology? It’s true. So why […]

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What the World Needs Now is IoT for Small and Medium Businesses

IoT for SMBs. Deploying an IoT solution isn’t for the weak of spirit. Most of the high-profile Internet of things (IoT) deployments are with large multi-national corporations. This isn’t surprising, as it generally takes 4-6 technology partners to plan, test, deploy and manage one IoT solution. There’s a lot of custom development of applications, testing of platforms, unique specification of devices and analysis of communications implications. But we are entering a new era for IoT; […]

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Quality is Job #1 for IoT Solutions

Quality-led IoT. With the launch of some new industry groups and a drive from the mobile network operators, we will see more enterprise-grade IoT solutions this year. These enterprise-quality solutions must span the IoT value chain from hardware, connectivity, platform and applications. See value chain below. I anticipate some of the newly formed industry groups will fuel some of this enterprise-grade focus. Two of the newer IoT groups are for the industrial sector and consumer […]

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