IoT

IoT Devices Is Expecting $732 Billion from 2016 to 2026 Global Revenue

IoT Devices Is Expecting $732 Billion from 2016 to 2026 Global Revenue

Global Revenue for IoT Devices in the Residential and Commercial Sectors is Expected to Total $732 Billion from 2016 to 2026, According to Navigant Research.

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4 Prone Sectors To 2017 IoT Attacks

4 Prone Sectors To 2017 IoT Attacks

These are the sectors that may be attacked with IoT Attacks in 2017.

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Lawmaker Strives For IoT Security Regulatory Remedy

Lawmaker Strives For IoT Security Regulatory Remedy

Caused by some reasons especially for security, lawmakers makes IoT security more strict.

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Bosch Launches a Cloud Network, Determined to Develop Its Own Internet of Things

Bosch is seeking to transform itself from equipment manufacturers to service providers. The company has launched its own cloud computing network and is determined to develop its Internet of Things technology and software to be better.

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Views Of Harvard University And The Massachusetts Institute Of Technology

Eyeriss: MIT Introduced Chip Capable of Deep Learning Using AI Technology

An MIT research team has introduced a new computer chip, Eyeriss, that will allow IoT devices to go through deep learning process. Data collected by the devices, is currently uploaded to the internet for processing by power servers. Eyeriss chip processes the collected data locally using the neural technology and thus ensures data security and reduces power consumption.

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Inside The 2016 Consumer Electronics Show

IoT To Connect 34 Billion Devices By 2020, Cyber Security To Cost $6 Trillion During The Same Period

Internet of Things (IoT) has appeared as an exciting new technological chapter. Inclusion of more devices to the network poses huge risks of cyber attacking. Raising awareness among the device users has become a prime concern while combating with cyber threats. Despite all precautionary efforts, war against cyber hackers will cost around $6 trillion by the next five years.

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Cisco Systems

Cisco And Ericsson Join Hands To Create Networks Of Future

Cisco and Ericsson on Monday reported a tremendous new partnership that they believe will bring in $1 billion for each company by 2018. Cisco is considered a pioneer in things that are associated to PC networking and is especially strong in selling its gear to market corporations and Government too.

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Amazon

Web services push Amazon revenues up; posts profit

The world's largest online retailer has posted encouraging performance for the third quarter ending September 2015. The higher sales in the US and cloud computing business pushed its bottom line to swell. Amazon announced profits for the consecutive second month. Adding to this, the cost control measures and expanding beyond online marketing helped Amazon perform better. Amazon Web Services (AWS) propelled Amazon's overall revenues to grow further.

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Amazon

Amazon rolls out new service: 'Amazon IoT'

Adding one more tool to the Internet of Things (IoT), Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced the launch of 'Amazon IoT,' a new service from the online retailer.

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Jeffrey Immelt

GE Digital aims to be among global top-10 by 2020

American global conglomerate General Electric (GE) has floated a new unit 'GE Digital' to position itself a leader in Industrial Internet of Things. The newly created unit GE Digital will integrate GE software center, knowledge of its global IT teams and industrial security expertise of Wurldtech. Bill Ruh has been appointed as Chief Digital Officer to lead the GE Digital. GE Digital aims to be among global top-10 software companies by 2020.

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Samsung

Samsung partners with Sigfox for Internet of Things

Samsung, the technology giant has announced its undisclosed amount of investment in France-based start up Sigfox, which has recently raised $115 million mega round in venture capital.

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ARm Holdings

ARM buys Dutch 'Internet of Things' software firm Offspark

British chip designer ARM Holdings (ARM.L) said on Monday it had bought Dutch firm Offspark, a specialist in security software for the Internet of Things.

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