Some experts have it that tens of thousands of devices are running buildings, power plants and other infrastructure in the US, and they are all connected to and part of the Internet of things (IoT). This connectivity produces many efficiencies, yet it brings the risk and fear of cybersecurity
It’s not difficult to extrapolate what the near future will look like. Based on current growth trends, by 2020, the Internet of Things will connect 50 billion devices—bringing businesses, governments and consumers together in a continuous stream of data and analytics that will add value and enrich
In our world of ever more connected devices, remote control is poised to bring significant benefits but also poses great risk. Whether installing firmware updates or guarding against unauthorized access, manufacturers must design their devices to ensure both safety and security.
In the coming decade, massive amounts of data from the Internet of Things will generate huge business potential as well. Capitalizing on this opportunity requires the effective, efficient technological solutions being discussed and showcased at the upcoming IoT Solutions World Congress.
ARM and IBM are partnering to change the way connected devices are built and transform the IoT landscape. We're connecting everything and embedding analytics to extract real-world value out of the IoT.
Will your refrigerator start “friending” you in the near future? This scenario isn’t so far-fetched as the Internet of Things connects us with our personal devices in fascinating—and increasingly private—ways.