Category: Enterprise IoT

What is Enterprise IoT

What is Enterprise IoT?

July 21, 2022
Enterprise IoT represents the next phase in the evolution of the Internet of Things, wherein enterprises increasingly invest in connected physical products that have embedded computing devices in them in order to drive operational efficiency, reduce manual work, and otherwise accelerate business processes.  By connecting physical objects to the internet via enterprise IoT investments, organizations [...]
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Top 4 Enterprise IoT Trends of 2022 and Beyond

June 23, 2022
While the Internet of Things (IoT) has been a mainstream concept for more than a decade, we’re finally entering the age where widespread adoption amongst enterprises is occurring.  In fact, one report found that the enterprise IoT market grew 22.4 percent last year, increasing to $157.9 billion. And this trend is not expected to subside [...]

5G: Time for the Fun to Stop and the Hard Work to Start?

March 07, 2019
“Inside the hall in Barcelona it’s like ‘Star Wars’. Outside on the streets of Barcelona it’s like the ‘bar scene’ from Star Wars…” As expected “5G” cropped up pretty much everywhere at MWC... The term is definitely being overused - especially when it comes to flying cars, which face some fairly fundamental design and regulatory [...]
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The 3 Horsemen of the Legacy System Apocalypse

April 24, 2018

The world is speeding up; people expect customized information and services immediately. In these tumultuous times, some companies are clinging to their legacy data infrastructure as a security blanket. However, traditional RDBMSes are just not able to provide the massive scales, edge distribution, and virtual or cloud deployments that are necessary for modern applications. In […]

Surviving IoT: How Telcos Can Thrive in the Next Industrial Revolution

Part 2 in Series: Unanswered Q&A from Webinar — “Surviving IoT: How Telcos Can Thrive in the Next Industrial Revolution”

September 01, 2017

For part 1 of the series, click here. The Internet of Things (IoT) will be a fundamental shift from the current economy, leading some to even claim that IoT will bring about “the next industrial revolution.” Telcos seem to be a position to capitalize on this (all that data has to use a network), but […]

Surviving IoT: How Telcos Can Thrive in the Next Industrial Revolution

Part 1 in Series: Q & A Session from Webinar — “Surviving IoT: How Telcos Can Thrive in the Next Industrial Revolution”

August 11, 2017

Volt Active Data and Beecham Research teamed up to host a webinar in July called, “Surviving IoT: How Telcos Can Thrive in the Next Industrial Revolution”. We had such excellent questions during that session, that we decided to post them here. For those who missed the webinar, download it here in its entirety. More Questions […]

Beyond Analytics to Real-time Decisions

July 24, 2017

Companies and business leaders are increasingly realizing the advantages and opportunities provided by implementing real-time decision making and action on streams of data. Joe McKendrick, writing for the DBTA thought leadership series, sees the trend as well — and has the evidence to prove it. He notes that a Unisphere/Information Today, Inc. survey “found that […]

Who will win in the IoT?

July 06, 2017

Let’s talk about The Internet of Things, or “IoT”. You cannot turn a page lately in the technology press and not see those three letters. The buzz is that IoT is a revolution. IoT is transformative. IoT is unavoidable – all true. Some suggest Internet of Things (IoT) is the next big paradigm shift – […]

Latency: Will it undermine the most interesting 5G use cases?

June 19, 2017

One of the big topics at the OpenStack conference was how to prepare and implement a successful transition to 5G. Unfortunately, this means that the age-old Telco bugbears will rear their ugly heads again, including latency. 5G, as a fundamental requirement, mandates a 1 millisecond latency from the datasource to its destination. Currently, most applications […]

What Do Telcos Look for in a Fast Data Solution?

April 18, 2017

Telcos run some of the most demanding data management environments in the business world. There’s the network environment: Telco network efficiency guidelines have extreme requirements for the availability and performance of network infrastructure, hardware, and software: known as “six 9s”, or 99.9999% availability. That equates to unscheduled downtime of no more than 31 seconds PER […]

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