The Internet of Things (IoT) is based on a term coined back in 1999 by a man named Kevin Ashton. At its core, IoT describes a series of connections across a network of applications and devices that allows users to determine integration between these entities for the sake of bolstering their usage. IoT is constantly evolving and moving forward, making it an important mainstay both in our homes and businesses to make our lives easier through automation and being able to operate many devices and applications from a single device.
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Remember that “Internet of Things” idea that we talked about a couple months ago? Yeah, that’s still alive and well. So much of what we do on a daily basis is about data, connectivity, and the Internet. With that thought in mind, there has to be a lot of information moving around the Internet all the time, right? Right. We did a little digging, and we found out what exactly goes on in an Internet minute. We also have a few thoughts about the data solutions necessary to keep up. Let’s jump in! Read the rest of this entry »
We live in the future. It’s crazy to think about the fact that things that were merely works of science fiction as recently as 20 or 30 years ago are now a reality. So much of what we interact with on a daily basis is connected. That right there is the foundation of the “Internet of Things” (IoT), a concept coined by a British entrepreneur named Kevin Ashton in 1999. In 2016, the Internet of Things is growing, and the telecom industry has a lot to look forward to. Read the rest of this entry »