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IoT Mashups are
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- data driven
Each IoT architecture cuts across the 4 layers of integrated systems: connected things, cloud & network infrastructure, data management and an application service layer. We provide insights in these IoT capabilities of leading players with fundamental capabilities in supporting E2E IoT mashup solutions.
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IoT startups have reached the peak of inflated expectations whilst IoT enterprise companies announce humongous investments in new IoT business models. The IoT market is heating up, meet some of the leaders building the future.
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What Industry Leaders Say
By equipping street lights with sensors and connecting them to the network, cities can dim lights to save energy, only bringing them to full capacity when the sensors detect motion. This can reduce energy costs by 70-80%.
“On behalf of Samsung, I’m making a promise: our IoT components and devices will be open, adding that without open development, “there won’t be an Internet of things, because the ‘things’ will not fit together.”
The IoT is considered one of the fastest-growing areas of the tech industry, heralding enormous potential economic and social change by harnessing connected devices more cleverly
Within the next five years, more than 90% of all IoT data will be hosted on service provider platforms as cloud computing reduces the complexity of supporting IoT “Data Blending”.
The IT systems of the past 20 years won’t be able to handle the emerging Internet of Things, which will call for cloud computing, virtualization, efficient storage and big-data analysis.
Perhaps the biggest challenge is that the IoT has the potential to generate orders of magnitude more data than any other source in existence today. So, in the world of the IoT we will test the limits of ‘big.
The enormous number of devices, coupled with the sheer volume, velocity and structure of IoT data, creates challenges, particularly in the areas of security, data, storage management, servers and the data center network, as real-time business processes are at stake.