The Internet of Things (IoT) is widely accepted as a key business opportunity for Mobile Service Providers (MSP) in the next 5 years. One recent report from Analysys Mason, predicts $8 billion in new IoT/M2M revenues from 2013 to 2019 in APAC alone. Other report predict even larger business potential, but where everyone agrees is that new IoT revenue is essential to compensate for other declining areas of revenue such-as voice and messaging.
Telecoms Revenue Growth by Service Type, Asia-Pacific, 2013-2019. Analysys Mason.
So shouldn’t MSPs just open the network doors to the tsunami of IoT devices and watch the money roll in? While Read More »
Tags: internet of things, IoT, mobility, NFV, SDN, Service Provider
With robotics and automation, manufacturers have advanced our industry over the last few decades, driving innovations and improvements in productivity and efficiency that were once only the imagination of science fiction writers and TV/movie producers. Today, however, the next wave of transformation is required—in order to take companies and the industry to even grander levels—with a digital revolution in manufacturing.
Pressures on manufacturers from global market upheavals, changing customer expectations, and digital disruption require companies to take every competitive advantage—at every step in the supply chain and beyond. To meet these demands and market transition, manufacturers must have deep organizational and technological progress, what we refer as digital business transformation.
To explore some of the mounting pressures on manufacturers—and the exciting opportunities to capture new value with digitization—Cisco recently undertook and released a comprehensive research study. This research includes Read More »
Tags: 3D printing, analytics, Chet Namboodri, Cisco, Digital Manufacturing, Digitlal Transformation, internet of things, IoT, Manufacturing, OEE
Sharing recipes among family and friends is a long-standing holiday tradition. I have my own favorite recipe, but it’s not part of an extravagant holiday dinner. It’s my recipe for success in the Internet of Things (IoT).
Over the past six months or so, I’ve discussed in this series of blogs the various elements to consider in an IoT deployment. We have seen that IoT is an essential next step for companies in the 21st century, but it’s also a complex, multidimensional transformation, demanding new skill sets, technologies, and business models. So you may be asking, how do I get started? Here is my recipe for a successful IoT transition. Read More »
Tags: Cisco, Fog computing, internet of things, interoperability, IoT, IT/OT convergence, Real-Time Analytics
Connecting more things in more places creates new security challenges. Please join us on November 17, 2015 at 8:00AM (PST) for the IoT System Security webinar and learn how to secure and control IoT with the Cisco IoT System Security.
In this webinar you will hear how the IoT System Security product portfolio delivers secure connectivity, visibility, and control to assure that IoT initiatives deliver a competitive advantage for our customers. And you will learn about the new ruggedized Cisco ISA 3000 and how it provides application visibility, policy enforcement, and threat defense.
You will hear from a great line up of industry experts: Read More »
Tags: Cisco, infosec, internet of things, IoT
Today Cisco completed its acquisition of ParStream, a company that has created a specialized database built for the Internet of Things (IoT).
In hyper distributed data environments, massive amounts of data are being created and in a very distributed way. Many examples of this can be found in the IoT, from terabytes of data created by sensors places in offshore oil wells to extremely time sensitive data created by robots in manufacturing facilities. In these hyper distributed data environments, challenges arise with collecting, storing and analyzing data that can’t be solved with traditional solutions that relay on data to be in a central location before it can be used to derive meaningful insight. In some cases, there is simply too much data to move across the network, while in other cases the problem is that the data is extremely time sensitive and moving it to a data center or the cloud for action is just too slow. These cases require the capability to store and analyze data very close to where the data is created…near the edge of the network.
This is exactly what Cisco and ParStream will do together.
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Tags: analytics, Connected Streaming Analytics, edge analytics, internet of things, IoT