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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailAnalyst house ABI Research has pulled together its big guns in each vertical sector to consider how technologywill change things in 2020 – or, rather, how it won’t. Some seasonal …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailKiva Allgood, head of IoT, Ericsson: 1. The edge is closer than ever “As enterprises become ‘digitized’ and enable more connected machines, sensors and solutions, computing in the cloud won’t …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailJoseph Biron, chief technology officer for IoT, PTC: “At the turn of the decade, Harvard Business School professor Michael Porter and PTC president and chief executuve Jim Heppelmann laid out …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailMichael Kanellos, IoT analyst, OSIsoft: 1. IoT declares victory “IoT projects are often portrayed as the quickest way to get yourself fired with, allegedly, ‘close to three fourths’ of IoT …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailEricsson and Microsoft are pooling their cloud-based connectivity management and compute-and-analytics platforms, respectively, for connected vehicles. Ericsson will build its Connected Vehicle Cloud, which it claims connects around 10 per …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThis interview, with Niall Strachan, director of product at UK-based Arm’s Pelion IoT business, is taken from a new Enterprise IoT Insights editorial report, called ‘Crossing the IT/OT divide – …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPhil Skipper, global head of IoT business development, Vodafone: “The key question is what will rise and fall in 2020, in terms of digital transformation for industry. At the end …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailIntel has acquired Habana Labs, an Israel-based developer of programmable deep learning accelerators for data centres, for around $2 billion. The purchase will spur Intel’s efforts to bring increasingly advanced …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailSven Hamann, Senior Vice President, Bosch Connected Industry: “Only the floor, the walls, and the ceiling are fixed; everything else is flexible and mobile, and adapts to customers’ orders in …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailAlejandro Cadenas, IoT strategy manager, Telefónica: “Deployment of private networks is giving way to a radical change in industries, especially suited for campus-type industrial deployments like mines, ports, airports or …

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