Wednesday, 22 November 2017

The Backstory of IoT

 A Knowledge Network Article by Matthew Jones, Head of Mobile Solutions & UK Country Manager at Telia Carrier


Wednesday 23 November 16

The possibilities that the Internet of Things offers are endless, but so are the potential consequences. As IoT applications become more life critical, the ability to effectively manage the resulting data traffic becomes paramount – especially when your customers’ brands rely on it. Recent surveys have reported that the number of connected “things” is set to reach anywhere from 20 to 75 billion by 2020.   While growth metrics continue to rise, the reality is that the benefits offered by IoT cannot be fully realized without a robust backend infrastructure that is capable of handling the inevitable onslaught of traffic produced by IoT…

The possibilities that the Internet of Things offers are endless, but so are the potential consequences. As IoT applications become more life critical, the ability to effectively manage the resulting data traffic becomes paramount – especially when your customers’ brands rely on it. Recent surveys have reported that the number of connected “things” is set to reach anywhere from 20 to 75 billion by 2020.   While growth metrics continue to rise, the reality is that the benefits offered by IoT cannot be fully realized without a robust backend infrastructure that is capable of handling the inevitable onslaught of traffic produced by IoT…

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