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Google Cloud Platform Opens Doors for IoT Acceleration

After the public beta of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) IoT Core was released in September, IoT companies have been strongly supporting the platform and...
Microsoft Azure IoT Edge: Conclusion & Next Steps

Microsoft Azure IoT Edge: Conclusion & Next Steps

In Part 1, we were able to learn a bit about what Microsoft’s Azure IoT Edge does, ran a sample app, and modified it. In Part...

How to Choose Your IoT Platform – Should You Go Open-Source?

In my previous article “Should you use Serverless Architecture for your IoT Solution?” I reviewed DataArt’s approach to building a serverless IoT solution from...
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The IoT Stack Tension – Full Stack IoT vs. Custom Stack IoT

I don’t think anyone will argue that an IoT solution utilizes a ‘stack’ of services - in general; think of ‘thing’, network, infrastructure, data...
Google Cloud OnBoard

Insights from Google Cloud OnBoard

In the late 1990s, Apple unveiled a new marketing slogan, “Think Different.” It was meant to evoke ideas about non-conformity and creativity in an...

Platform Wars (Part II): Amazon AI

In the last edition of Platform Wars, we examined Google’s recent moves to establish its AI products on the cloud. Today, we look at...
mwc americas

ICYMI: 10 Companies That Caught Our Eye at MWC Americas

The IoT For All team had a great time at MWC Americas last week, along with 30,000+ attendees, hundreds of awesome companies, and a...

There is No Universal IoT Platform

Your business needs should dictate what your IoT platform is. Not vendor definitions. They come in all shapes and sizes. Hoards of them. They are...
fog computing

Intelligent IoT and Fog Computing Trends

IoT cloud computing platforms review IoT powered by PaaS and SaaS Cloud based Platform As a Service (PaaS) and Software As a Service (SaaS) technologies have...

Platform Wars (Part I): Google AI

Several weeks ago, Jefferies’ analyst James Kisner published a scathing report, shedding light onto the shortcomings of IBM Watson. Kisner focused on the $60...


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