Invent, Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an company, announced six significant services and capabilities for connected devices at the edge.
Each year around this time, we do our best to peer into the future and make predictions about those things that will drive us, fuel innovation, and set the tech world aflame in the coming year.
Now is the time to develop a deeper understanding of IoT, and the benefits and challenges it can bring to the business.
The manufacturing industry is undergoing a dramatic shift centered around new technologies that offer the promise of greater efficiency, speed and higher quality.

The Intel Nervana Neural Network Processor (NNP) promises to improve processing efficiency for artificial intelligence (AI) using an architecture focused on the data type, parallelism, high-speed interconnects and Flexpoint, but data ingestion is an issue for high-end, critical applications of AI.

Decisions that affect us are increasingly being made by artificial intelligence (AI).
Augmented and virtual reality are impacting a wide range of industries, including manufacturing.

With six TV channels, 58 radio stations, 1,500 webpages updated daily, 28 broadcast languages and 348 million global viewers per week, the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) has a constantly expanding reach. The necessity to keep viewers happy and interested in BBC content is ever-present. But with that necessity comes the need for digital identity management, which led the BBC to integrate a one-stop-shop solution, the ForgeRock Identity Platform.  

Cambashi, an international industry analyst company based in Cambridge, has just completed a research project into the industrial application of the Internet of Things to establish the market’s structure and direction.
IoT went quickly from buzzword to mainstream, and connected devices have become common in households and enterprises around the globe.


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