Smart home takes service providers to quint play

Service providers and operators risk to become just a huge, expensive data pipe, that requires heavy investments to keep operational and support increasing bandwidth requirements and QoS.... Read More>>

 

This is not a Scala meetup, it is the description of a Scala meetup

Scala is a programming language with a broad audience, some see it as a better Java, others see it as a more enterprise friendly Haskell and some see it as a language to experiment with advanced type-level programming.... Read More>>

 

The two-sided value coin of big data

There are only two types of value that companies can derive from processing big data, one is in the form of information, the other is in the form of action. They represent automated versions of the two components of intelligence: learning something new and being able to act on what we learn.... Read More>>

 

The curse of dimensionality in decision trees - branching problem

When we talk about the curse of dimensionality, we often refer to the difficulty that arises when analyzing and organizing data in high-dimensional spaces. This blog is about a problem with decision trees that is similar to data analytics in high-dimensional spaces.... Read More>>

 

IoT Platform Evolution - from Net Fishing to Pole Fishing. Operationalizing Big Data for IoT

First, your smart-sensor-enabled-network-connected things begin sending information about themselves and their environment to your central hub in the cloud.... Read More>>

 

The Birth of the IoT Aggregation Cloud

Multiple parallel IoT solutions will co-exist for the foreseeable future, which makes integration a top priority for service companies dealing with multi-vendor smart devices and applications.... Read More>>

 

What Sigfox and LoRaWAN have in common

A lot has been written about the popular LPWAN technologies Sigfox and LoRaWAN and in particular about the differences between them with regards to radio technology,... Read More>>

 

IoT orchestration enables cross-vertical applications

Much of the discussion around the Internet-of-Things has centered on devices, connectivity and IoT platforms. At the back-end, these IoT platforms provide secure and scalable device... Read More>>

 

How do we evolve to a programmable world?

With the advent of IoT (Internet-of-Things), sensor-based applications are no longer confined to the factory floor, sensor-enabled systems are now all around us: in cars, appliances,... Read More>>

 

Consumer Innovation is Driving Enterprise Transformation

This is a guest blog post written by Laura Merling and was originally published on LinkedIn. The best-kept secret of today’s IoT world is that... Read More>>

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