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Implementing the Internet of Things

March 8, 2018

The Internet of Things (IoT) is here, whether you like it or not. Getting on board is likely the best thing for your business. Just about every “thing” in a building can be connected and turned into a potential data source (and a potential revenue source). Thanks to a collaboration between Intel and IBM, connecting your IoT devices to the cloud can be far less painful and less expensive than you might think. Start by connecting your Intel-based gateways and networking components to the Internet and running the data through IBM’s Watson IoT platform and cognitive analysis tools.

In this white paper, IoT engineers will learn:

  • Why it makes sense to invest in the rapidly growing IoT
  • How to build a scalable, secure, and manageable IoT strategy
  • What’s required when implementing an IoT platform based on tools from Intel and IBM
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