The Embedded Insiders take a look at the news of the week. This week, we looked at some of the terminology used in the IoT, namely the Mist verses the Edge verses the Fog. What are all these different layers and do we really need them? Also, we discuss whether the MIPS architecture has run its course, thanks (or no thanks) to some recent business acquisitions.
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Trusted IoT authentication to Google Cloud IoT Core
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