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A Q&A with Steve Chadwick, Intel Principal Engineer of Manufacturing IT The Fourth Industrial Revolution is upon as. A wide variety of manufacturers are embracing advanced technologies running the gamut …

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IoT

A big time majority of industries have adopted internet of things (IoT) solutions–86%, according to Bsquare’s inaugural IIoT Maturity Study–but there’s still a lot of work to be done for …

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IoT ecosystem

As one of today’s fastest-growing and most complex segments, the Internet of Things (IoT) is not something a single company can tackle on its own. The speed of innovation, combined …

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three big losses

New product and investment speak to value of IoT for the smart manufacturing sector Rockwell Automation is a major player in helping customers realize digital transformation and adopt IoT tools …

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proptech

  Everyone has experienced it. You’re outside, talking on your phone or looking at the latest breaking news, or checking what’s happening on social media, and as soon as you …

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smart factory smart factories

 IIJ and Hirata’s smart factory offering includes predictive maintenance and remote management systems, among other solutions Internet Initiative Japan (IIJ) and Hirata Corporation have signed a partnership to implement smart …

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IoT India

Expansion of LoRa IoT network, partnership with HPE mark expansion plans Indian communications service provider Tata Communications is betting big on the expansion of internet of things (IoT) network and …

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IoT

The adoption of the enterprise internet of things (IoT) solutions continues to grow and a number of use cases prove the benefits companies can obtain through the deployment of internet of …

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fog computing OT

451 Research: When it comes to fog solutions, ‘OT guys are buying outcomes’ SANTA CLARA, Calif.–Fog computing is poised to unlock new levels of efficiency and data insight for a …

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ge turk telekom digital transformation

As the Industry 4.0 movement spreads from Germany across Europe and the rest of the world, telecommunications operators are looking to develop portfolios that combine their network expertise with industrial-facing …

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