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Scalability, Agility, Extensibility will Determine the Future of the IoT 26927

The Internet of Things is at an important and exciting tipping point in its evolution. ARM exec Ian Ferguson shares his perspective.

Naomi Price

October 20, 2016

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Scalability, Agility, Extensibility will Determine the Future of the IoT

The Internet of Things is at an important and exciting tipping point in its evolution. Components with embedded connectivity are shrinking in size, power, and cost. Circuitry is printable onto plastic. This will open up new opportunities for technology that no one will imagine. Any big market has a traditional arc to its development: Technology appears on the scene to spark the market. There’s a period of early excitement followed by a lull. Gartner calls this the Trough of Disillusionment. It’s when we tend to think, “Is that all there is?”

Internet of Things devices and design will be a huge topic of discussion and announcements at ARM TechCon 2016. In his guest blog, ARM Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and Strategic Alliances Ian Ferguson tees up the challenges facing engineers.

Read the full blog on the ARM TechCon website.

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