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Tech companies have been storing data and running programs on local hard drives for decades. But cloud computing, a less expensive, more scalable way of storing and analyzing data, has taken …

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A dangerous problem with an IIoT solution One in five American adults has at least one kind of disability, according to a 2015 report from the Centers for Disease Control …

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Energy management use cases Our current energy management systems are inadequate. Atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases are estimated to reach almost 685 parts per million (ppm) by 2050, well above …

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Background on water management By 2050 the world’s population will reach 9.7 billion and 11.2 billion by 2100, according to the United Nations. Unfortunately, only 3% of the world’s water is fresh …

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The projected status of the world’s water supply and quality in the next decade looks bleak: widespread shortages, difficulties growing food for a booming global population and billions exposed to diseases …

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An industry in turmOil The oil and gas industry (O&G) is riding out a violent wave that crashed crude oil per barrel prices to less than $40, down more than …

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Samsung today announced it will acquire U.S.-based public and private cloud service provider Joyent to supports its “growing lineup of mobile, internet of things and cloud-based software and services,” according …

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Mobile edge computing, partner ecosystems will be key to the future of smart cities, experts say AUSTIN, Texas—Tyson Tuttle, CEO of Silicon Labs and moderator of a panel this week …

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As a buyer of Internet of Things solutions, the smart city differs from enterprises in several subtle, but important, ways IBM, Cisco, Accenture and other leading ICT companies have been …

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IoT health care

Essentially since the advent of health care, diagnosis has been dependent on a direct, face-to-face interaction between the patient and the doctor. But now, as robust, high-capacity mobile networks transmit …

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