In the consumer space, a few of the industry giants have stepped up to take charge of the IoT, a la Google, Apple, and so one. But in the industrial space, that has not happened, for reasons that are discussed in this week’s Embedded Insiders podcast. Will it happen, and if so, who is the giant that’ll step up? Listen to the podcast and see if you agree with the “experts.”
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