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10 IIoT Milestones for 2014

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Re: O'Reilly Media's IoTH and SolidCon
fdos   5/26/2014 6:11:37 AM
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@Cabe: Yes it's a good sign and its good to see big names coming forward for investments. My opinion is that they should target more and more areas after all with the resources they have

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Re: O'Reilly Media's IoTH and SolidCon
a2   5/26/2014 5:48:44 AM
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@Cabe: True but its not all about funds, it also consists of market share, reputation, human capital, etc.. Those things do not get highlighted in most cases but plays a major role

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Re: O'Reilly Media's IoTH and SolidCon
Cabe Atwell   5/24/2014 1:37:57 AM
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Cisco seems on top of things (pun intended), as well as they should be, considering all the funding they have pumped into IoT studies.

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O'Reilly Media's IoTH and SolidCon
mrdon   5/22/2014 1:38:29 PM
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Rob,

interesting slides. O'Reilly Media is putting a lot of editorial  resources in understanding the impact of IoTH(Internet of Things and Humans) in society  via reports and their SolidCon conference. The IIoT is on their radar in terms of the technologies that will impact the connected and programmable world of the future. The SolidCon conference started yesterday and will be concluding today at approximately 6:00pm PDT. A live video feed of the conference is being provided by O'Relly Media with past discussions posted on the website links shown below.

 

Yesterday's SolidCon video discussions:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL055Epbe6d5Y2Jzhd7eAhpXFflvRpjqjb

Live SolidCon video streaming

http://solidcon.com/solid2014

 

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