Posts about IoT

Multi-access edge computing (MEC) is expected to play a strategic role as networks transform, bringing new levels of performance and access to mobile, wireless, and wired networks in support of future services and applications. A key goal of MEC is to reduce network congestion and improve application performance by moving functions, content and processing closer to the subscriber. By doing so, network operators will be able to better utilize network resources while also improving the delivery of content and applications to provide end users with a better quality of experience through lower latency and higher bandwidth ...

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In the UK, we have now seemingly adopted the US’s Black Friday following their Thanksgiving holiday, as well as their Cyber Monday retail opportunity. It’s a veritable smorgasbord of capitalism and it represents the onset of the Christmas shopping season, where many deals can be sought ...

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I am about to explain what exactly I mean by the “IoT is so much bigger than your thing.” It’s a realization that has firmly shaken off my stereotypical perspective of the internet of things (IoT). But, before I begin, let me first explain that the IoT is not a technology; rather, it’s a concept used to characterize the many interconnected “smart objects” or things and their unique ability to collate and, in turn, share information about their world. In other words, we empower our “things” in various contexts to ultimately gather data, which is specific to their environment ...
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