With increasing desire to move more intelligence and connectivity closer to the edge of Internet of Things networks, industry is pushing through the fog and towards mist computing. Find out how mist computing is being applied in Industrial IoT networks, as well as the efforts semiconductor suppliers are making to bring 5G to market.
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Five Minutes with…Vanja Samuelsson, Founder, Qoitech
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An open source home automation solution
A seamlessly integratable, open-source-software-based, reconfigurable and expandable smart home automation system using a Raspberry Pi 2.
The network ecosystem is on the verge of transforming
According to a recent market report, the global Cloud Radio Access Network (C-RAN) market is expected to see substantial growth.
A lesson in wireless engineering from the Raspberry Pi
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Micron Announces 128- and 256-Gbyte microSD Cards Aimed at Video-Surveillance Applications
Cards can store up to 30 days of video stored at the Edge.
Mocana’s TrustCenter Ups Security in IoT and Industrial Applications
Even mission-critical apps, like aerospace and healthcare can benefit fro the technology, which is integrated in the latest Intel security platform.
The softwarization of hardware
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How call tracking technology works and why it benefits businesses
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How Zigbee, Thread, and Bluetooth Mesh stack up in performance benchmarking
Regardless of protocol, IoT networks must be robust. This can be quantified by measuring throughput, latency, and reliability. These measurements depend on system and installation requirements.
Driving IoT innovation along a roadmap of hardware, software, and tools
Intel's roadmap spans its processor portfolio with features that include increased performance scaling for the edge, graphics and media processing, improved determinism, better security, and more I/O.
3 roads to driving more revenue out of your digital device
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Protecting routers and other network equipment
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Five Minutes with…Seth Newberry, GM, Open Mobile Alliance
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