Posts Tagged: IoT

When IoT Track & Trace leaves the Internet behind (Temporarily)

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For many wireless networks the concept of putting an IP address out at the device is overkill.  The goal should be connectivity as an endpoint and not necessarily to provide an IP addressable end point. GeoTraq working with Sequans (NYSE:SQNS) have “wrapped into one simple, all-inclusive, IoT solution…for a new series of GeoTraq modules targeting […]

IoT Saves Monies in Turbulent Times

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I have been watching the stock market act like the cyclone at Coney Island.  For many this is a time to preserve capital.   This sounds like a job for IoT. Particularly in the two ways IoT can be used to save money. The first is in enabling efficiency.  No surprise there.   I have listened to […]

Processing the Impact of Qualcomm

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Qualcomm is known for its role in smart phones, but for IoT not many people understand their role in supporting everything from asset tracking to wearables. Qualcomm’s release of the 9205 chip is a reduction in size to half of the 9206 chip and reduces power consumption by 70%.  As for processing it supports increased security […]

SQUAN Bringing Order to the Wild Field of Dreams for Smart Cities

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I spoke with Keith Pennachio, EVP of SQUAN, about the issues facing Smart City development and it was not surprising that many of the challenges are associated with magic thinking.  Everyone wants their own gigabit connection, while not wanting the infrastructure in their own back yard.  Fortunately, SQUAN has a portfolio of strategies that make […]

Not Just Yet Another Protocol: Advanced Message Queueing Protocol [AMQP]

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I know, I know. Don’t we have enough protocols in this world? Well if any one should know the answer to this it’s Solace. Solace could be considered a messaging broker for today’s enterprises – providing the ability to interconnect new cloud-based assets with existing systems that are established and too costly to change at […]

Has Anyone Else Lost Control of Their iPhone?

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It seemed innocent enough, my wife and another number asked me to look at her latest post. We were both traveling separately and she was not answering the phone. She is one of those people who post status and locations on Facebook. When I saw the group message to me and a number I did […]

Verizon’s Hands-on Workshop at IoT Evolution

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When it comes to IoT, the developer community needs the carrier to help mask the complexity.  Verizon is offering a hands on workshop at IoT Evolution on Monday January 22nd that will enable developers to take advantage of the network interfaces specifically designed for IoT. 4G LTE Cat-M1 as a standard matches the requirements for […]

Why IoT is Worth the IT Risk?

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A recent survey of Fortune 500 companies on behalf of the Wall Street Journal by Korn / Ferry International discovered that the average compensation for CIO’s has gone from 1.9M two years ago to 2.6M. However, the compensation at risk has gone up by 68%. If you have talked to CIO’s the risk reward strategy […]

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IoT Time Podcast: FreeWave Technologies

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In this episode of the IoT Time Podcast, Ken Briodagh sits down with Scott Allen, CMO, FreeWave Technologies, to talk about Edge Computing, the IIoT and the future of Predictive Analytics and Data Science. Also, Ken is very worried about statistics for some reason. This episode is sponsored by the IoT Evolution Expo. To become […]