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  Kontron Enables IoT Infrastructure

The Internet of Things (IoT) was one of the most talked about subjects during Mobile World Congress, as carriers and other service providers seek out go-to-market strategies for end-to-end IoT/M2M solutions. Kontron talks about its IoT initiatives to help CSPs with a range of hardware and software solutions from SENSOR, GATEWAY, and CLOUD data analytic environments.

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  Hyperconnecting: Enabling the Internet of Things end-to-end

It is safe to say that the Internet of Things (IoT) is an exploding marketplace that brings new opportunities to companies worldwide. However, even though the IoT has been in existence for more than a decade through various implementations of machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, to many it still represents a widely fragmented marketplace that lacks an end-to-end implementation solution. It is safe to say that the Internet of Things (IoT) is an exploding marketplace that brings new opportunities to companies worldwide. However, even though the IoT has been in existence for more than a decade through various implementations of machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, to many it still represents a widely fragmented marketplace that lacks an end-to-end implementation solution.

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  IoT Standards Enable Interoperability

The Internet of Things (IoT) promises a future where everything is online. But today, a lack of standards makes it difficult to connect. To learn how developers can solve this problem, I spoke with three industry experts:

  • Jens Wiegand, CTO of Kontron, a Premier member of the IntelĀ® Internet of Things Alliance (IntelĀ® IoT Solutions Alliance)
  • Ido Sarig, Vice President and General of IoT Solutions Group at Wind River, an Associate member of the Alliance
  • Tony Magallanez, OEM Systems Engineer at McAfee, an Associate member of the Alliance

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  Importance of Computing Health Management in Transportation Systems

The market for transportation systems is forecasted to continue its rapid expansion according to a report by Transparency Market Research that predicts double-digit growth from 2013 to reach $30.2 billion by 2019. As the use of transportation systems expands to monitor, control and provide a diverse set of operator and passenger capabilities, OEMs must integrate more advanced computing technologies to keep up with growing expectations and next-generation requirements. But providing the latest technologies is only part of the requirements list for this critical arena; computing platforms must also enable design fl exibility and deliver long-term availability and value.

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  Oil and Gas Data Acquisition: Strategic Considerations Impact Rugged Computing Investments

The advanced processes of oil and gas exploration and production today generate a tremendous amount and variety of data such as seismic information, machinery performance, geographic modeling, environmental conditions, oil fl ow rates and pressures. To capture maximum business value from this data, service providers are relying more and more on intelligent embedded systems to transform standalone data processes into connected systems. As a result, oil and gas operators have greater access to sophisticated, real-time analytics that enhance business decisions, help to reduce costs and provide a tangible competitive asset.

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