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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Internet of Things’

Infobright Internet Of Things Database Joins ThingWorx Partner Program

Internet of Things database analytics platform provider Infobright announced that it has joined the ThingWorx Ready partner program, which enables hardware and software companies to integrate products to make it easier to create and deploy Internet of Things solutions. Infobright joins B&B Electronics, Digi, Eurotech, GROK, ISS Connectivity, Kepware, Kore Telematics, Libelium, Novatel Wireless, Option, SigFox, Systech, and Wyless in …

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Adobe Aims To Improve ‘Internet of Things’ Marketing

Adobe held its digital marketing conference Adobe Summit, and made a slew of marketing-related announcements “The product and partner announcements cover where marketing is going next: bringing digital experiences to the physical world, IoT and wearable devices, mobile marketing innovations for the entire app lifecycle, and the convergence of marketing and ad technologies,” a spokesperson for Adobe tells WebProNews. Connecting …

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Supply Chains To Be Significantly Impacted By Huge Growth Of ‘Internet Of Things’

Gartner is predicting a 30-fold increase in Internet-connected physical devices within the next six years, and says this will “significantly” alter how the supply chain operates, and create more “cyber-risk exposure”. So how much is a 30-fold increase exactly? We’re talking about 26 billion devices on the “Internet of Things”. For comparison, it was more like 0.9 billion just five …

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Google Is Buying Nest For $3.2 Billion

Google announced on Monday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Nest Labs. You know, the company behind the Nest Thermostat: And Nest Protect: Google is paying $3.2 billion in cash for the company whose mission is “to reinvent unloved but important devices in the home.” Google CEO Larry Page said, “Nest’s founders, Tony Fadell and Matt Rogers, …

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Smart Thermostat Market Set to Take Off

As the Google Glass and the new smart watches appearing this fall demonstrate, tech geeks will soon be wearing their computers. Beyond that, the future of the internet-of-things promises to connect nearly every device people might use on a daily basis. This sort of technology will start with devices that could obviously use automation, such as cars or thermostats. Such …

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ARM Buys Internet of Things Company Sensinode Oy

Semiconductor company ARM this week announced that it has acquired Sensinode Oy, a software company focused on “Internet of Things” products. The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the coming phase of the internet in which a variety of products and everyday objects are connected in some way, usually through low-power tagging solutions such as RFID or NFC. Sensinode has …

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Cisco Is Counting Things That Are Connected To The Internet In Real Time (Here’s The Counter)

Cisco launched the Cisco Internet of Everything (IoE) Connections counter today, claiming to count, in real time, everything that comes online. So far it’s over ten billion people, processes, data and things. Here’s a look at their counter: “Right now, in 2013, 80 ‘things’ per second are connecting to the internet. Next year that number will reach almost 100 per …

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