When Internet of Things (IoT) expert and Cisco Vice President Macej Kranz provided the keynote speech at the IoT Evolution Expo in Fort Lauderdale, he pointed out one of the most notable shortcomings of IoT development and marketing to date: the purpose, especially for business leaders. Artikel lesen
In the past couple of years, networking giant Cisco has made a big push into the industrial sector to ride the wave of Industry 4.0 or the industrial internet of things or whatever you want to call the trend of connecting machines that previously operated mostly in isolation. Artikel lesen
Three quarters of all Internet of Things (IoT) projects are “failing”, according to Cisco’s Australian CTO Kevin Bloch, primarily because they have been designed to solve individual problems, and have become siloed and unsupported as a result. Artikel lesen
Customers, partners and industry leaders are soaking in Yucatan heat and learning about the latest developments in the Industrial IoT market this week at Cisco Live Cancun.
Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) does not have the explosive growth of the consumer internet. It’s a nitty-gritty, complicated, and sometimes downright boring business. It is too complex and diverse for explosive growth like the narrowly defined, one-size-fits-all iPhone.