The Internet of Things on the Edge

The New Stack

Edge computing is gaining attention since it addresses some of the key issues of implementing industrial IoT use cases. Processing large amounts of sensor data at the edge reduces network bandwidth costs and cloud data storage costs. Edge computing allows for the analysis and filtering of data closer to the sensors so only the relevant data is sent to the cloud. ..

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What it takes to bring Bluetooth to the enterprise

Stacey on IoT

In the last few years, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has pushed hard to broaden the wireless technology standard, introducing elements such as mesh networking and lower energy usage, increasing the amount of data sent through broadcast packets, and boosting ...

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Securing IoT edge infrastructure and mitigating risk

IoT Agenda

When deploying edge connectivity and computing technologies for large-scale commercial IoT, the challenges of complexity, cost and risk often serve as major hurdles between idea and deployment ...

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IoT connectivity: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are winning

EDN

CES 2019 provided more evidence of companies making decisions on Internet of Things connectivity. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi seem to be prevailing. If IoT connectivity were to be compared to roulette (CES is held in Las Vegas, after all), betting on Bluetooth or Wi-Fi is like betting on black or red. With most possible outcomes being one or the other, your odds of winning are pretty good..

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Day 3 of CES and I dug in on enterprise tech

Stacey on IoT

Enterprises apparently aren’t keen to set up a ZigBee network and a variety of boxes for network and compute. They just want the lights to turn on at the right time and save energy. With that in mind, I spoke with Rigado, which is trying to deliver a complete Bluetooth-based stream of information to customers and Comcast’s MachineQ which ...

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Rigado IoT Gateway’s Cellular Capability Means Integrators Don’t Have to Beg for Network Space

Commercial Integrator

IT decision makers are often concerned when an integrator proposes plugging something into their network. So any product that offers cellular-based, sans-ethernet cable security could be a valuable one in any IoT-related project. Rigado’s Cascade-500 IoT gateway offers that security-first solution. According to Rigado, “the plug-and-play Rigado IoT Gateway provides companies with a flexible ...

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The blueprint for IoT infrastructure in healthcare

Healthcare Facilities Today

Improving the patient experience, increasing the number of positive healthcare outcomes, and reducing the costs associated with day-to-day operations are goals shared by healthcare administrators and facilities managers alike. New technologies have ...

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Startup Says It’s Early Days for IoT

EE Times

It’s still early days in commercial markets for the internet of things and especially machine learning, according to a startup making Bluetooth gateways. Rigado wants to spread Bluetooth mesh networking beyond use in lighting and see chip vendors improve the way that they manage ...

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Commercial IoT environments require shared edge infrastructure

IoT Agenda

As enterprises continue to implement IoT for customer experiences, smart building systems, automation and more, we see that the workflow from the sensor to the cloud often exists within its own, individual silo. The result of this is that many businesses today are operating multiple, siloed, IoT apps — each with its own devices, sensors, IoT gateways and connectivity protocol. This is a major cause for concern. A siloed approach results in excessive ...

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Commercial IoT environments require shared edge infrastructure

IoT Agenda

As enterprises continue to implement IoT for customer experiences, smart building systems, automation and more, we see that the workflow from the sensor to the cloud often exists within its own, individual silo. The result of this is that many businesses today are operating...

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